Archive for June, 2011

In Win Commander II Bronze 1200 Watt PSU Test Drive


In Win’s most powerful enthusiast level power supply, the Commander II Bronze 1200 Watt is taken for a spin! Read all about the features and specifications of this latest InWin PSU offering.

OCZ ZX 1250 Watt Power Supply Test Drive


We take a quick test drive of the OCZ ZX series,1250 Watt power supply.

OCZ ZX Series 1250W Power Supply Unboxing

Our friends at OCZ have sent along their new ZX Series power supplies for review.  What better way to wet the appetite then an unboxing video? Check back soon for the written “Test Drive” review, until then enjoy the unboxing video! Check back soon for the “Test Drive” style review We’ll be doing on this […]


New SSD Product Line Provides the Performance and Reliability Required for Enterprise Clients SAN JOSE, Calif., June 21, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OCZ Technology Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:OCZ), a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) for computing devices and systems, today launched the Deneva 2 SSD line for enterprise clients. Taking full advantage of the […]

In Win Commander II 850 Watt Power Supply Test Drive

In Win recently unveiled their newest line of power supply units, the Commander II Bronze series. With it’s military look and naming scheme, In Win appears to be making an all out assault on the PC enthusiast market. The Commander II Bronze series PSU’s come in a 750 watt, 850 watt and 1200 Watt version.  […]

CoolerMaster Haf-X Unboxing and Overview Video


Watch the video review and find out why we at Overclockers Tech find this chassis wonderful to work with.

CoolerMaster Notebook Cooler Duel

  Introduction   Laptops are increasing in speed in every generation and with ever-more demanding hardware then laptops get rather hot. This is not helped any more with the end-users often literally using them on their laps or worse still on their beds. The latter is the most heat extreme as the hot air cannot […]

Spire Corp Thermax Eclipse Two CPU Cooler

Spire Corp, a rather little known company in the west, seeks to kick the preverbial ‘behind’ and take names.

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