SuperMicro in the Gaming and Overclocking Market?

The SuperMicro C7Z170-OCE motherboard aims to be ‘green’ in more than just the aesthetics. Supermicro’s value add to the community, and the part that they aim to be the differentiating factor, is their long standing role in the server space. They want to use this reputation to promote their use of server grade components on consumer platforms. This will come through in their regular consumer motherboard segments (such as the C7H170-M which we’ve nearly finished testing) and their gaming motherboard line, which now has a name: SuperO.

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New Lamptron Fan Controller Surfaces

5.25 inch bay devices are becoming increasingly irrelevant, but one company that seems determined to keep this format alive is Lamptron.  Known for producing some great fan controllers and other products- it has been a long time since Lamptron has produced anything of note.

Enter the new CM430 which comes in Blue/Black and RED/black flavours, details are scant at this moment in time but here is a WORLD EXCLUSIVE on the images we have obtained thus far.

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With many people now using the fan controller as standard on the motherboard, it will be interested indeed to see what Lamptron have come up with in order to differentiate themselves.

Biostar Racing Motherboards are OUT

BIOSTAR is proud to introduce the next-level of performance motherboards: the BIOSTAR RACING Series. Featuring an all-new design, the BIOSTAR RACING series ushers in the future of performance with all new cutting-edge features and a new racing design for a stylish and powerful build.

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Raijintek AIDOS MITX Cooler Review

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Introduction

A good quality air cooler that can be installed within a Mini ITX chassis and yet is capable of cooling powerful processors are a rare breed and being able to perform this function and yet still leave room for a half way decent graphics card, then we have an even more scarce of an item. 

LIAN LI Release the Fanless PCQ-04 Fanless chassis

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November 18, 2015, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd announces the PC-Q04 Mini Tower Chassis for Mini-ITX systems. While not the smallest chassis Lian Li offers, this case gives builders a bit more breathing room without compromising its compact size. The enhanced vents are designed to mitigate any vibration or noise from case fans and maximize the cooling performance of the internal components themselves. The PC-Q04 employs both its floor and roof space for drive mounting, doing away with externally facing bays for improved airflow.

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Mini-ITX Case Fits ATX-size PSU, GPU, and CPU Cooler in an Attractive Package

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HAVIT® HV-N601 HD 1280 x 720p Pro Wi-Fi Wireless Video Monitoring Camera

Introduction

 

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Havit have released their Wi-Fi Wireless Video Monitoring Camera-namely the HV-N601, although currently the N601 is only available in America. However Havit still wanted to ship a sample over to our reviewing team here in the UK to show that Havit will go the extra mile ( 4242 miles so maybe a lot more than 1 mile ) to make sure their product’s are seen, reviewed and tested.

The HV-N601 is not just any monitoring camera as the Havit HV-N601 has some pretty nifty features like; the built-in mic, speaker, magnetic with a metal mounting disk and simple to use software ( My SmartCam ) which can be used anywhere-along with the option of up to five people able to access and view the live camera.

Utechsmart Mars Gaming Mouse Review

Introduction

Mice are almost ‘ten a penny’ these days and competition is fierce and demanding, which in turn forces other companies to innovate. A single mouse can range from a cost effective solution that just about does the job for a ‘point and click’ use to those that are highly engineered and attractive products indeed. The former can start as little as around £4.00 pounds sterling to that of gaming mice where £50-£70 is the norm and even £100 for a mouse is not unheard of.  But this leaves the ground open between the two extremes and the battles on this ‘no-mans land’ are cut throat and deadly.

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