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Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL Topre Keyboard

Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL Review – The Keyboard We’ve Been Waiting For

Posted on September 22, 2014 in Keyboards/Mice, Peripherals

Cooler Master’s no stranger to peripherals; when mechanical switches became the hottest thing overnight, it wasted no time getting into the lab to make sure it created products people yearned for. The company’s just-released NovaTouch TKL highlights that goal, with its “Hybrid Capacitive” switch – one that really, really surprised us.

BitFenix-Neos-Chassis

A Fine Line Between ‘Inexpensive’ and ‘Cheap': BitFenix Neos Review

Posted on September 20, 2014 in Cases, Mid-Tower

BitFenix’s Neos mid-tower chassis sits at the lowest rung of the company’s chassis product line. As such, it comes in at a very affordable $59.99 – a price that allows anyone to get a piece of the action. But a low price doesn’t always deliver on the “value” aspects we’d hope to see, so let’s find out what kind of value the Neos is.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Review: Does Maxwell Bring Maximum Gameplay?

Posted on September 18, 2014 in NVIDIA-Based GPU

NVIDIA’s next-gen GeForce series is here, and it brings with it a slew of new features and enhancements worth knowing about. Based on Maxwell, the GTX 900 series delivers much-improved performance-per-watt, with the GTX 980 in particular performing better than the 780 Ti – but with a TDP of 85W less. You read that right. Let’s dig in.

thermaltake_water3_ultimate

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate Review – Keepin’ It Cool

Posted on September 16, 2014 in Water-Cooling

Thermaltake is taking us from Extreme to Ultimate with its new Water 3.0 closed-loop CPU water cooling solution. This brings us up to three 120mm fans, a doubling of the cooling surface, and a more powerful pump. This makes it the biggest and strongest Water offering yet. Will this effort bring prefab water cooling to new heights?

Western Digital My Book Duo

WD My Book Duo Review – Red HDD Performance & Data Safety Can’t Be Beat

Posted on September 12, 2014 in External Storage

WD – People in the tech community have come to know as being synonymous with quality, value, and reliability. The company has worked hard to maintain this reputation, always producing cutting edge products. WD seeks to continue their quest for dominance in the storage field with its latest offering, the WD My Book Duo.

Tech News

Corsair Gaming: The Newest Name in eSports

by J.D. Kane on September 23, 2014 9:00 AM EST
Corsair K70 RGB

In the world of cars, there are brands, and there are sub-brands. For example, Nissan has Infiniti, Toyota has Lexus, Ford has Lincoln, and Honda has Acura. Things aren’t so different in the world of PC peripherals.  For a few years now, companies have sought fit to branch out and create sub-divisions totally dedicated to […]

The G-Sync Rollout Continues: Acer and AOC Get In On The Action

by Rob Williams on September 22, 2014 4:37 PM EST
Acer XB280HK G-Sync Display

When ASUS gave the world its first G-Sync monitor last month, called the Republic of Gamers SWIFT PG278Q, NVIDIA told us that it was just the beginning. As it happens, the company wasn’t lying. Last week, Acer introduced both a 4K and 1080p option, and this week, AOC follows-up with a 1080p option of its […]

Just In Time For The Holidays, Amazon Launches Next-Gen Kindle Devices

by Rob Williams on September 22, 2014 2:44 PM EST
Amazon Kindle Fire HD

Well in advance of the biggest gift-giving season of the year, Amazon has rolled-out a collection of brand-new Kindles – one for virtually every budget. At the bottom of the ladder is the basic Kindle, priced at $79. Compared to the last-gen version, this one boasts 20% faster performance and double the storage space. As […]

Better Late Than Never: ‘Best Playable’ Results Added To Our GTX 980 Review

by Rob Williams on September 22, 2014 9:00 AM EST
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980

Due to time, I was unable to get my ‘Best Playable’ testing with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 complete in time for article publishing, so I spent some time over the weekend taking care of that. Admittedly, testing was completed on Friday night, but as I had immediately gotten myself engulfed in other testing, it took […]

Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL Review – The Keyboard We’ve Been Waiting For

by Techgage Staff on September 22, 2014 7:00 AM EST
Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL Topre Keyboard

Cooler Master’s no stranger to peripherals; when mechanical switches became the hottest thing overnight, it wasted no time getting into the lab to make sure it created products people yearned for. The company’s just-released NovaTouch TKL highlights that goal, with its “Hybrid Capacitive” switch – one that really, really surprised us. Here at Techgage, we […]

A Fine Line Between ‘Inexpensive’ and ‘Cheap': BitFenix Neos Review

by Techgage Staff on September 20, 2014 7:00 AM EST
BitFenix-Neos-Chassis

BitFenix’s Neos mid-tower chassis sits at the lowest rung of the company’s chassis product line. As such, it comes in at a very affordable $59.99 – a price that allows anyone to get a piece of the action. But a low price doesn’t always deliver on the “value” aspects we’d hope to see, so let’s […]

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Review: Does Maxwell Bring Maximum Gameplay?

by Techgage Staff on September 18, 2014 10:30 PM EST
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 - Naked

NVIDIA’s next-gen GeForce series is here, and it brings with it a slew of new features and enhancements worth knowing about. Based on Maxwell, the GTX 900 series delivers much-improved performance-per-watt, with the GTX 980 in particular performing better than the 780 Ti – but with a TDP of 85W less. You read that right. […]

BitFenix’s Pandora is a Small Chassis that Boasts Big Features

by Ryan Perry on September 18, 2014 12:44 PM EST
BitFenix Pandora Chassis - Angle

The times, they are a-changin’! Not long ago it seemed like gigantic full-tower cases were the soup du jour, but lately more and more small form factor chassis have begun to spring up from a host of manufacturers. BitFenix is one of those companies that has been very aggressive with the development of its small […]

Logitech Updates Harmony Line to Beef-up its Home Automation Support

by Rob Williams on September 17, 2014 3:00 PM EST
Logitech Harmony Ultimate Home

Logitech’s Harmony line of products have long been go-to solutions for those who want ultimate control over the devices around their homes, and with the home automation craze at an all-time high, it comes as little surprise that the company is now branching Harmony’s capabilities out even further. With its “Harmony Living Home”, you’ll be able […]

Reminder: NVIDIA’s GAME24 Event Kicks Off Tomorrow Night

by Rob Williams on September 17, 2014 2:00 PM EST
NVIDIA GAME24

Earlier this month, we posted about NVIDIA’s ‘GAME24′ event, one that will celebrate all things PC gaming. Given the timing, it goes without saying that this event will involve NVIDIA’s next-generation graphics cards, and with that, one thing should be obvious: There will be ways to win NVIDIA’s next-generation graphics cards. Locations include Los Angeles, […]