Enermax LIQFusion 360 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

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Ultimate RGB Cooling Performance

It wasn’t long ago that CPU coolers were merely fighting for the performance crown. Today, performance is merely a process of looking for a double tower or a big radiator. The real factor for cooling is style. While the LIQFusion 360 is bound to have good performance, the RGB goodness has to stack up as well. We’re still putting Enermax to the test for performance though. Let’s start taking a closer look at this cooler, right after this word from the company. Continue reading “Enermax LIQFusion 360 Liquid CPU Cooler Review”

Swiftech Boreas Water Cooling Kit Review

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Should you Custom Loop?

Custom Water Cooling loops are the best. They come at a price though, literally. The parts not only cost more, but the loop takes a bit more effort to assemble. Swiftech is trying to help in a huge way here. The Boreas Water Cooling kit comes with all the parts needed to start your first loop. This at least takes the guess work on knowing what you’ll need, and Swiftech has updated the kit with some of their latest designs. Let’s see how this works for us, right after a statement from the company. Continue reading “Swiftech Boreas Water Cooling Kit Review”

Radeon VII – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

AMD Radeon VII Graphics Card News

The Good – Radeon VII Gets Big Things Right

It’s time for some serious analysis here. When Radeon VII was announced, everyone was taken a bit by surprise. Not only was the news hidden exceptionally well, but AMD wasn’t expected to bring competitive graphics cards to the market for a while still. Before we start celebrating though, we need to look thoroughly at what we’ve learned so far. The reviews for the Radeon VII have been released, and there’s some cons mixed in with the pros of this release. I do see a brighter future for graphics cards though. Continue reading “Radeon VII – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”

Ballistix Sport AT RAM Review

Ballistix Sport AT RAM Review

But Why is the RGB Gone?

It seems like the only new RAM is RGB RAM. In the midst of this, Ballistix makes the bold move to release “normal” memory. The new Sport AT modules arrive with a simplistic design, while partnering with Asus TUF branding. In theory, we should be able to expect some impressive performance. We’ll find that out soon, right after a quick word from Ballistix. Continue reading “Ballistix Sport AT RAM Review”