Latest Hardware Reviews

REVIEW: Lian Li PE-550 550W SFX Power Supply

Date: May 20, 2017
Lian Li PE-550 550W SFX Power Supply Review

If you’re looking for a small SFX PSU then the Lian Li PE-550 550W Power Supply is a good option. It offers up a decent feature set for the asking price, delivers good performance and the PSU remained quiet at all times. Only the slightly below voltages during our torture test let it down, although they were all still within Intel’s guidelines.


REVIEW: BitFenix Portal Case

Date: May 12, 2017
BitFenix Portal Case Review

If you’re looking for a modern looking, unique ITX Case then the BitFenix Portal is one of the best on the market today. It’s cleverly designed can house a state of the art powerful system and looks cool on the desktop. Just don’t expect it to keep the components cool…


REVIEW: Ajazz AK60 Keyboard

Date: May 5, 2017
Ajazz AK60 Keyboard Review

The Ajazz AK60 is another great keyboard from Ajazz, the keyboard itself is very well made and features Ajazz’s own very responsive red mechanical switches. The illumination itself is both bright and vivid although there’s not as many mode options when compared to the AK33. But, do we really need the keycap’s symbols on the front of the keys!?


REVIEW: Phanteks Eclipse P400S Tempered Glass Case

Date: April 27, 2017
Phanteks Eclipse P400S Tempered Glass Case Review

The Phanteks Eclipse P400S Tempered Glass may well be one of Phanteks budget Cases, but really there’s very little budget about it. Phanteks have produced a fine looking, quality Case, that’s got plenty of room, loads of cable management space and has great cooling potential. Add a fan controller and RGB illumination to the mix and you’ve got one of the best Cases on the market today.


REVIEW: ID-Cooling FrostFlow 120 CPU Cooler

Date: April 21, 2017
ID-Cooling FrostFlow 120 CPU Cooler Review

Those looking for an AIO liquid CPU Cooler with a 120mm radiator need look no further as what the ID-Cooling FrostFlow 120 offers for under £40 is simply amazing. The FrostFlow 120L looks good, includes LED illumination, it’s well made, offers very good cooling and is quiet. What more could you want…


REVIEW: Ajazz AK33 Keyboard

Date: April 14, 2017
Ajazz AK33 Keyboard Review

Despite the poor software the Ajazz AK33 (red switch) is still easy to recommend. That’s down to the fact that it simply offers so much for so little. At around £45 the AK33 is surely the best and cheapest mechanical RGB tenkeyless Keyboard on the market.


REVIEW: Ballistix Sport LT 2666MHz 16GB Kit

Date: April 10, 2017
Ballistix Sport LT 2666MHz 16GB Kit Review

As I’ve already stated the world of Memory (RAM) has become somewhat stagnated of late, but Crucial offer up a damn good offering in the Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2666MHz 16GB Kit. OK so there’s no illumination or RGB but the the Sport LT modules are a good size, look good and perform well. The question is what more do we really want…


REVIEW: HyperX Alloy FPS Keyboard (Cherry MX red switch)

Date: April 4, 2017
HyperX Alloy FPS Keyboard Review (<em>Cherry MX red switch</em>)

As I’ve already stated the HyperX Alloy FPS was already a damn good Gaming Keyboard, but now it’s just that little bit better thanks to those new Cherry MX Red switches. I would be more than happy to use a HyperX Alloy FPS (Cherry MX red switch) as my Gaming Keyboard of choice and I think you would too…


REVIEW: Antlion Audio ModMic 5

Date: March 29, 2017
Antlion Audio ModMic 5 Review

My opinion of the ModMic hasn’t changed and that’s no bad thing. The Antlion Audio ModMic 5 is now better than ever and it was already very good. If you are looking to add a microphone to a pair of headphones the ModMic 5 is the best solution, but that solution is unfortunately going to cost you…


REVIEW: BitFenix Shogun Case

Date: March 24, 2017
BitFenix Shogun Case Review

I’ve really rather enjoyed my time with the BitFenix Shogun and it’s obvious that BitFenix have put a lot of time and effort into the design of this Case. Thankfully it’s all paid off too as this is a Case that can not only house a mass of hardware but also show it off to its full potential.