Archive for November, 2011

EVGA X79 With 4 EVGA GTX580 Sets 3DMark11 (X) World Record

12/1/2011 – EVGA X79 Classified & EVGA GTX 580 Classified take the 3DMark 11 Extreme (X) World Record 3DMark 11 is the latest version of the world’s most popular PC benchmark. This new benchmarks has a few preset settings within the tool to let you customize the benchmark to match the horsepower of the machine; […]

EVGA Announces GTX560 Ti 448 Cores FTW and Classified

  Today EVGA sent along a press release announcing the release of two GTX 560 Ti 448 core video cards. Both a Classified and FTW version will be available. The Classified will be available as part# 012-P3-2068 and the FTW version as part# 012-P3-2066. Chick on the read more button to see the entire press […]

Thermaltake Chaser MK1 LCS Solution


The Chaser MK1 LCS is the water cooling version of the standard MK1 version we reviewed earlier. Read the review to find out if the water cooling additions are a worthwhile addition!

CoolerMaster Gemini Two Mark Four Processor Cooler


Coolermaster have produced a smashing product indeed! Read why we thing we have an absolute winner here!

EVGA X79 Motherboards Officially Launched

Today we received a press release from EVGA in regards to the release of their new X79 platform offerings. Initially there will be three X79 offerings from EVGA, the X79 Classified, X79 FTW, and the X79 SLI. You can learn more about the EVGA lineup here.  Read more to view the complete press release, some […]

Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme i7-3960X Processor Review at

Our good friend Jeremy Vaughan (hokiealumnus) has published an outstanding first look and review of the new Sandy Bridge Extreme i7-3960X processor. The socket 2011 CPU’s are now available and this article is a must read for those thinking of jumping into the Sandy Bridge -E game! CLICK HERE FOR THE REVIEW

G.Skill Launches It’s New RipjawsZ Memory Kits

We got word today of G.Skill’s pending release of their new RipjawsZ series of memory kits, these kits are certified exclusively for the Intel X79 Platform. Read more to see all the information provided by G.Skill in it’s news release:

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