Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Laniers Big6 Promotion - Sell Printers & Win An Epic Adventure - Its That Easy!

Location: Hong Kong & Shenzhen (China).

That's right, 2 locations! You and the Lanier distribution team will be spending four awesome nights in HK with an excursion into China to visit the Ricoh factory in Shenzhen.

Trip Date: November, 2013.

Reseller Sales Requirement: 250 units.

Are you a reseller and want to bring a partner or friend? No problem... Just sell another 250 units and Lanier will give you an extra ticket! Please note that SP100e count as 0.5 units.

Qualification Period: April 1st to September 30th, 2013.

The clock is ticking.......

Would you like to know more? Get full details from the Lanier Big 6 Reseller Incentive Program page. Mittoni's now available Lanier range is ready and waiting!

Tt eSPORTS Shock Headsets On The Hot Seat With eTeknix

"If you want a rock solid sounding headset that will allow you to chat and game on a tight budget, then the Shock is the headset for you, without a doubt. If you want the same base level performance, with a better quality cable, some handy EQ settings and USB connection then the Shock One is still good value for money and both are very competitively priced for their feature set."

Peter Donnell - eTeknix.

Tt eSPORTS Shock headsets range reviewed by eTeknix - Introduction & Conclusion.

eTeknix Check Out Noctuas New NH-U14S CPU Cooler

"If you are looking for an Air CPU cooler that can offer you 100% RAM compatibility (with the vast majority of enthusiast motherboards), best-in-class performance, silence, top-of-the-line build quality and a relatively affordable price point then you can’t really go wrong with the Noctua NH-U14S. Any PC enthusiast would be over the moon to be able to put this CPU cooler in their rig, and understandably so."

Ryan Martin - eTeknix.

Noctua NH-U14S CPU cooler review by eTeknix - Introduction & Conclusion.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

G.Skill 8GB Dual Channel [ARES] F3-2133C9D-8GAB On FunkyKit

"Overclocking is the really good side of this memory. Hynix based modules don't need high voltage to run at much higher clocks and DDR3-2666 mark was possible to set at standard 1.65V without any additional cooling. If we won't look at the price then I think that ARES series is really underrated. It's really fast memory, low profile and good looking which is overclocking really good. What else you may need?"

Bartosz Waluk - FunkyKit.

G.Skill F3-2133C9D-8GAB review by FunkyKit - Introduction & Conclusion.

EVGA 6Gb GTX TITAN Superclocked Video Card Review On Tweaktown

"While people say we continue to struggle in the current economy, we can't deny the fact that there's clearly a demand for video cards that top the four figure price range, like all those years ago. From the AMD side of things there's really no competition for this model - the HD 7970 GHz Edition while being a strong and capable card and also a lot cheaper, it just doesn't have this kind of power. You can see at times we're talking about gains on this single GPU card of around 50%."

Shawn Baker - Tweaktown.

EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN Superclocked video card review by Tweaktown - Introduction & Conclusion.

Tweaktown Are Stunned By Thermaltakes NiC C5 CPU Cooler Performance!

"Where do I start with a cooler like this? There is just so much goodness to discuss. Aesthetically, I don't think there is anyone with a red and black themed build that can say this wouldn't make an awesome addition to their system. Then come all the perks of the NiC C5. It does very well in the thermal testing, almost surprising for a cooler this small. With that you also get room for swapping out memory modules with no need to remove a fan or the cooler to do so. You can easily mount the cooler to the motherboard before putting the motherboard in the chassis and still have access to all the screws, as well as this not blocking the 8-pin plug. Then there is the coolest trick and moment of awe when I saw that the fans just slide in and out of the shrouds."

Chad Sebring - Tweaktown.

Thermaltake NiC C5 CPU cooler review by Tweaktown - Introduction & Conclusion.

The New Noctua NH-U12S Multi Socket CPU Cooler Reviewed By eTeknix

"Some times I feel like a bit of a stuck-record when it comes to reviewing Noctua products because they deliver time and time again and there is very little to criticise. The Noctua NH-U12S is no exception as I am once again impressed by a very solid product...

The design of the Noctua NH-U12S is excellent in that it is 100% RAM compatible on all platforms and it excels in being only 158mm tall which is a golden height as nearly all mid tower cases support CPU coolers up to 160mm in height. The fan mounting system is simple and effective and because Noctua NF-F12 fans come pre-fitted with anti-vibration rubber you don’t have to worry about vibrations at all. Noctua even include extra anti-vibration padding should you need it."

Ryan Martin - eTeknix

Noctua NH-U12S CPU cooler review by eTeknix - Introduction & Conclusion.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Thermaltake Chaser A31 Chassis Review On eTeknix

"the chassis is built flawlessly and while it does incorporate a lot of plastics into its design they’re nicely finished, textured, and the subtle touches of blue on the front panels really gives it a unique style. Add to that the powder black paint job on the interior and exterior, the little details put into the front I/O panel such as the stylish power button, all these little things add up to something big. Overall this is a throughly well designed and executed product that goes a long way to justifying the price tag, I’ll even go as far as saying its great value for money."

Peter Donnell - eTeknix

Thermaltake Chaser A31 mid tower chassis review by eTeknix - Introduction & Conclusion.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Noctua NF-S12A FLX, ULN & PWM Case Fans Reviewed By eTeknix

"Now we could review each fan individually but since they are all the same core design of fan we think viewing them as a series is most fruitful. What is clear from testing the Noctua NF-S12A fans is that there is a great deal of flexibility They offer a delicate balance between excellent performance and solid acoustics, the NF-S12A FLX, and solid performance and excellent acoustics, the NF-S12 ULN. While the NF-S12A PWM model combines both and allows you to choose which speed you want between 300 to 1200RPM via PWM controls."

Ryan Martin - eTeknix

Noctua NF-S12A fan series review by eTeknix - Introduction & Conclusion.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

CH Products Rudder Pedals - The Multipurpose ArmA3 Tool!

WOW! That's a new use for pedals which we'd not have expected! CH Products rudder pedals are now in stock and ready to be your multipurpose ArmA3 tool! Note that we also offer some other tools mentioned in the video, from Thrustmaster's Warthog to NaturalPoint's TrackIR 5.

Noctua 140mm Fan Roundup On OverclockersClub

"The Noctua NF-P14 was a "convertible" fan. It had 120mm hole spacings with 140mm extensions with a round frame, so it could fit 120mm or 140mm mounts However, like a real convertible with the top down, it's a bit louder. Round framed fans in general perform much better on air cooling radiators, but square framed fans in general perform better on watercooling radiators. Thus, you now have the option to choose between a variety of 140mm (and 150mm) fans from Noctua. Whether you're looking for the most optimal silent solution with the NF-A14 ULN, or a quieter replacement to the NF-P14 with the NF-A14 FLX that still does a great job with the U.L.N.A. adapter. The NF-P14 is still a solid performer and the NF-A15 PWM is a great replacement for 120mm fans where size isn't a factor. Decisions, decisions!"

El_Capitan - OverclockersClub

Noctua 140mm/150mm fan review by OverclockersClub - Introduction & Conclusion.

Friday, April 5, 2013

EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost SC Edition Review On Guru3D

"I am a bit of a fan of the GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost itself, the SC edition however ups it a notch in performance, and I like that. The product is one of the value for money type products that seems to be balancing out really well. The reason why I am excited about it is that the product allows you to play your games at 1920x1080 and everyone of you guys by now will have upgraded towards a monitor with a resolution of 1920x1080/1200. That's where this card will be a perfect fit as it balances out game quality and performance really well."

Hilbert Hagedoorn - Guru3D

EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost SC edition graphics card review by Guru3D - Introduction & Conclusion.