Mini Review Another example of excellent quality enthusiast-class RAM from Corsair's Vengeance Pro range.
Mini Review A quality, reliable terabyte-class drive, though without the serious performance of Samsung's excellent 840 EVO.
Mini Review Following on from Corsair's successful Vengeance series, the Pro range is also aimed at overclockers, with integrated circuits (ICs) selected for their potential performance.
Seagate has been making full SSDs in the enterprise market for some time, and now it wants to step into the consumer market with the 600 Series.
A large capacity solid state drive with an enourmous price tag attached. But how much performance does it offer for your outlay?
This water cooler is certainly impressive in stature, but its size is more than matched by the build quality.
When we checked out Nanoxia's Deep Silence 1 last month, we were deeply impressed by the German company's first outing in case design. Can the Deep Silence 2 repeat the same trick?
This diminutive chip-chiller is impressive. If you can't stretch to liquid-cooling, this is the way to go for compact chassis.
A highly customisable and very solidly constructed chassis. You'll be hard pushed to find a better case for the cash.
What's the VLP moniker stand for? Why Very Low Profile, of course. Now you can have that massive CPU cooler and performance RAM in the same rig.
We haven't come across a Reveen cooler before, but that's hardly surprising as it's a pretty new company on the scene. The current flagship of its tower designs is this Kelveros RC-1202.
Yep, you've read the name right, Sapphire has plunged into the murky world of third party processor chilling with its Vapor-X CPU cooler.
Just as Intel has done with the 335 series, Kingston has come up with a new range of drives matching the old LSI SandForce SF-2281 controllers with the latest ideas in NAND technology.
With its latest HyperX Beast modules it's like finding out that the little old lady across the street uses a Suzuki Hayabusa to go and collect her pension.
When it comes to mini-ITX boards, Zotac is a major player. It offers boards supporting the latest CPU technology - in Intel and AMD trim.
Strapped for cash but still on the lookout for a well-built, third-party tower CPU cooler, that does a decent, quiet cooling job?
This case is aimed squarely at the HTPC builder. It supports all motherboard formats, from full-sized ATX down to teeny mini-ITX.
PNY is a name normally associated with Nvidia-based consumer graphics cards, and maybe the odd memory modules. In fact it makes a whole range of memory-based hardware too.
Like its little 330 series sibling and its bigger brother, the 520 series, it's based around the LSI SandForce SF-2281 controller, but unlike the other two this one uses Intel's latest 20nm MLC NAND.