Primochill Strikes back

Primochill : A supplier of quality hardware that caters for the PC ‘Water Cooling Enthusiast has just released a new form of reservoir, well a reservoir with a twist that is. Instead of the old style screw on caps, Primochill have employed the ‘compression method’, This is akin to compression fittings and promises a nice revolution in computer cooling.

OCZ Vector 128GB SSD Review


Always looking to push SSDs to the next level of performance, OCZ has rolled out their newest Vector line of SSDs. This is OCZ’s first major release that is completely captive, except for the NAND flash. According to OCZ; quality, reliability, and stability were the number one goal in mind when the Vector series was designed.

Armed with OCZ’s own in-house Indilinx Barefoot 3 controller and the promise of groundbreaking performance, we’ll run it through our suite of tests and find out first hand if it lives up to its advanced billing! I’m sure our readers are very familiar with the OCZ brand, so we won’t go into great detail here. Below is a small snippet about OCZ and what they are about.

About OCZ

“Founded in 2002, San Jose, California-based OCZ Technology Group, Inc. has built on its expertise in high-speed memory to become a dominant player in the manufacturing and distribution of solid state drives (SSDs), a disruptive, game-changing technology that is replacing traditional rotating magnetic hard disk drives (HDDs). SSDs are faster, more reliable, run cooler, and use significantly less power than the HDDs used in the majority of computers today. In addition to SSD technology, OCZ also offers high performance components for computing devices and systems, including enterprise class power management products and industrial power accessories.”

Coolermaster Centurion 6 Chassis Review




Here at Overclockers Tech towers we review a great many cases in which many companies claim that their products are ‘Water Cooling Ready’,  however reality often differs from this.  Drilling holes in the back of the case for tubing in/out does NOT constitute a liquid cooling compatible chassis.

 Overclockers Tech are a liquid cooling specialist website, however our frustration is apparent when a myriad of companies are vying for the top spot-erstwhile skimping out on essential features, such as water cooling control, lack of a eight-pin EPS hole and so on. At the risk of repeating ourselves  we will send a general message to chassis manufacturers out there.

CoolerMaster Introduces the Wakeup Folio MINI For the Apple I-PAD Mini

 Venlo, the Netherlands January 29th, 2013 – Cooler Master launches the Wake Up Folio mini for the iPad mini today, which is our first folio made for the iPad mini. With its full cover with carbon texture it protects both the back as well as the display of the iPad mini in style.

Corsair Nova 30GB Review


The Nova series of SSDs were released by Corsair in 2011 and remains to be the cheapest SATA II SSD on the market today.  Designed for the budget market this SSD comes in two different flavours, 30GB and 60GB. (We have the 30GB here for review). So, with drives of this capacity it goes without saying that you will need a larger mechanical drive to hold any reasonable number of files, never mind a good steam library! If used in a PC that will be used for only surfing the net and that won’t hold many files then it could service as a standalone drive, then the benefit of the silence and low power consumption of solid state would be felt. Otherwise the only benefit of the upgrade is speed.

Coolermaster Releases the Centurion 6 Chassis!

Announcing the Cooler Master Centurion 6:

A Featured Packed, Economical, Long Lasting Mid-Tower

Venlo, The Netherlands–15/1/2013 –Today Cooler Master announces the all new Centurion 6. Centurion 6 is the latest mid tower in the Centurion line, a mid-tower series famous for being economical and feature packed.

Coolermaster Storm Sonuz Gaming Headphones Review




There are a great many headphones in the world today, ranging from the budget range that sounds akin to a myriad of peas in a tin (whilst being violently shaken) to that of the ear drum rupturing kind. Being a self confessed audio boffin this reviewer likes to check out these sort of things and examine any given product for quality of sound reproduction. We at Overclockers Tech appreciate a wind range of music from Mike Oldfield to that of Heavy Metal so it is with some curiosity we review the latest product from Coolermaster Storm.

Spire Corp Savit 6003 Chassis Review




There are as many differing types of computer chassis as there are stars in the sky. Then to add to this there are a myriad of differing styles, formats and methods of cooling the aforementioned cases. Gone are the days when all a computer case used to be was a drab beige box! Where if an enthusiast chose to upgrade/install their system then the chances were that nasty cuts would occur due to the sheet tin/metal employed within the said chassis. We have also seen the end of the infamous turbo-button and LED speed indicator display, which in all intents and purposes was a ‘brag-tool’ utilised to show off how fast your computer was. What most didn’t know at the time is that one could simply change the numbers of this indicator by the use of jumper switches.