Latest Hardware Reviews


Date: June 24, 2016
CRYORIG A40 CPU Cooler Review

The CRYORIG A40 is not only the best performing CPU Cooler we’ve tested so far but it’s also a good looking cooler and well made too! But the icing on the cake is surely the fact that it cools parts of your PC no other cooler can. And all this for just £75!


REVIEW: Crucial MX300 750GB SSD

Date: June 21, 2016
Crucial MX300 750GB SSD Review

The Crucial MX300 750GB (Limited Edition) SSD may well be equipped with 3D NAND and that may well be the latest technology, but in the real world and in Gaming you’d be had pushed to know. The bottom line is that the MX300 is simply a decent SSD at a decent price with an unusual capacity.


REVIEW: Ozone Neon 3K Mouse

Date: June 17, 2016
Ozone Neon 3K Mouse Review

The new Ozone Neon 3K is probably the cheapest optical mouse we’ve tested here at pcG, yet within reason it ticks all of the boxes your average Gamer needs. With a price tag of just £34 there’s really very little to criticize to be fair…


REVIEW: Antlion Audio ModMic 4.0

Date: June 9, 2016
Antlion Audio ModMic 4.0 Review

Simply put the Antlion ModMic should be admired as it is one of those products that has found a niche/requirement that it fulfils perfectly. If you need a microphone on your headphones the ModMic is the answer and in fact it maybe the only answer.


REVIEW: Sound BlasterX H7 Headset

Date: June 6, 2016
Sound BlasterX H7 Headset Review

Creative’s Sound BlasterX H7 is indeed a fine Gaming headset, that not only looks good but sounds even better, but it’s not without some minor flaws. Lack of PC connectivity options for soundcard owners is one but the biggest is likely to be the price…


REVIEW: In Win 303 Case

Date: May 31, 2016
In Win 303 Case Review

There’s a lot to like about the In Win 303 especially when thinking about the asethetics and exterior design. It’s a good looking case with a smart looking neon illumination around the front panel controls. Unfortunately there’s little cable management around the motherboard itself and the GPU cooling out of the box is poor.


REVIEW: NZXT S340 Special Edition Case

Date: May 23, 2016
NZXT S340 Special Edition Case Review

The NZXT S340 was already a good Case, but in this new Razer Special Edition guise it’s now even better. Quite simply it’s now more desirable; with its illuminating Razer logo and under case illumination (green of course!) the S340 lifts itself up just that little bit higher…


REVIEW: Velocifire VM90 Keyboard

Date: May 18, 2016
Velocifire VM90 Keyboard Review

Velocifire’s own mission statement aims to be ‘a breath of fresh air in the PC gaming products industry’ and that they are, I’m simply shocked at just how good the Velocifire VM90 is! In fact it’s one of the most impressive products I’ve reviewed in some time. I wasn’t expecting much from the VM90 and boy was I wrong…


REVIEW: BenQ RL2460HT Monitor

Date: May 13, 2016
BenQ RL2460HT Monitor Review

The BenQ RL2460HT may be a simple 24″ 1920×1080 monitor with a 60Hz Refresh Rate and a 1ms Response Time, but it’s more than just that. As not only is it a decent looking monitor with a great picture (after calibration) but also thanks to that Response Time there’s zero perceivable Lag or Ghosting also. Even the price almost seems fair…


REVIEW: OcUK Gaming Titan Dark Zone System

Date: May 11, 2016
OcUK Gaming Titan Dark Zone System Review

The OcUK Gaming Titan Dark Zone – Gaming PC for The Division is undeniably a damn fine Gaming PC and one that not only performs well but looks good to boot. The selection of components is very good, but there’s some pricey items here that could be deemed unnecessary given the performance on offer…