Thursday, October 31, 2013

SilverStone ML05 Chassis Hits Sweet Spot @ Ocaholic

"The SilverStone Milo ML05 left a very good impression. With the ML05 one can build a small but powerful Mini-ITX Home Theater PC without breaking the bank. We really like the design, the size and the selling price of the thing"

Christian Ney - Ocaholic.

Silverstone ML05 chassis review by Ocaholic - Introduction & Conclusion.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Pirates, Heroes & Spies Game Bundles With EVGA Graphics Cards

Get popular game titles Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist Deluxe Edition free with the purchase of a qualifying GeForce GTX 660 or above. Arm yourself with a GeForce GTX 770, 780, or TITAN, and you’ll also get Batman: Arkham Origins.

Check the EVGA announcement for more information and the full list of qualifying cards.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Thermaltake eSPORTS Cronos Headset On Vortez

"The Tt eSport Cronos is certainly distinctive and unique in appearance and the inclusion of the modular cables is certainly welcomed. The red LED logo will appeal to gamers and if you didn't want a cliche black headset... The build quality is as good as the competitors in this price range, using quality plastics with metal reinforced adjustable strap."

Tony Le Bourne - Vortez.

Thermaltake Cronos headset review by Vortez - Introduction & Conclusion.

Friday, October 25, 2013

OC Clubs's ClayMeow Reports From Nvidias 'Way It's Meant to Be Played' Event

"While I'm sure there are many people excited about GameStream, Twitch support, 4K Surround, and the GTX 780 Ti, it's NVIDIA's answers to those aforementioned questions that I'm most excited about. Flex, GI Works, and Flame Works are huge leaps forward for game development, while G-Sync will allow gamers to experience all that in buttery smooth goodness. Want to run your favorite game maxed out, but can't achieve a high, stable FPS? No need to worry if you have a Kepler GPU and G-Sync monitor. Those next-gen consoles may be getting most of the spotlight, but it's a great time to be a PC gamer!"

ClayMeow - Overclockers Club.

Mittoni stocks a wide range of Nvidia based graphics cards via our vendor EVGA. You can read ClayMeow's full commentary on the OCClub site: Introduction & Conclusion.

Thermaltake F5 Fan Controller Review By TechGage

"For sure, I think the F5 is worthwhile if you need to keep fan speeds under precise control. In my opinion, manual fan controllers make the most sense for users who run super-fast (and therefore super-noisy) fan set-ups, primarily to combat super-high ambient temperatures during the summer: Instead of swapping out fans when the weather changes, you can just dial your fans’ capabilities according to your current needs."

J.D. Kane - TechGage.

Thermaltake F5 fan controller review by TechGage - Read the full article.

The Unique SilverStone Raven RV04 Chassis On TweakTown

"For those of you in the market for something different both inside and out from the standard offerings, there is no denying that at $159.99, SilverStone is delivering quite a bit of chassis for the dollar... Anyone with the desire to be different than everyone else, look no further than the Raven 4, as it will definitely be something I guarantee all of your friends won't have anything like."

Chad Sebring - TweakTown.

SilverStone Raven Series RV04 chassis review by TweakTown - Introduction & Conclusion.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

SilverStone Tundra TD02 A-I-O Liquid Loop On OCIA

"What I consider the most appealing of their unique design particulars is the all-metal pump housing. Every other manufacturer I've seen incorporates some form of plastic, which has a greater likelihood of cracking or warping, whether from overaggressive/improper installation, overtensioning or overheating."

Zahn Funk - OCIA.

SilverStone Tundra TD02 all in one liquid cooler review by OCIA - Introduction & Conclusion.

Thermaltake NiC F4 Cooler Review On Overclockers Club

"Thermalatake's NiC series CPU coolers address one of the big concerns that the community faces when using larger more efficient coolers. They almost always impact the amount of memory one can install and how many DIMM slots can be populated. Most require either low-profile DRAM modules or only populating the slots furthest from the processor socket. If you are only using 8 or 16GB of memory in a 2 x 4GB or 2 x 8GB configuration you can most likely get away with taller modules. Filling up all the DIMM slots is going to necessitate a compromise in either DRAM capacity or alternate fan mounting solutions at best. The NiC series and specifically the NiC-F4 will allow you to populate all of the DRAM slots and still use a large efficient cooling solution with both fans properly attached to maximize airflow through the curved 0.4mm aluminum heat sink fins."

ccokeman - Overclockers Club.

Thermaltake NiC F4 CPU cooler review by Overclockers Club - Introduction & Conclusion.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Your Perfect Day?

Mittoni stocks a wide range of Playstation peripherals from gamepads to racing wheels. Into your racing? Have you checked out the Playseat range for PC, Playstation and Xbox?

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

SilverStone NT06-PRO Cooler On FutureLooks

"There are simply very few low profile high performance CPU coolers for home theater computers or mini-ITX gaming systems. Thankfully, Silverstone’s NT06-PRO kept my tried and true Intel Core i7-980X hex-core processor’s temps well under control which means it’ll handle anything else out there at stock clocks."

Eric Garay - FutureLooks.

SilverStone NT06-PRO cooler review by FutureLooks - Introduction & Conclusion.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Just Another Day In The Nam....

Another flight sim... What a year this has been for flight titles - virtual pilots rejoice! Check out the official Air Conflicts: Vietnam page and download via Steam. Depending on your gaming platform of choice, you'll either want some PC/Mac flight controls or a PC/console gamepad.

Don't you just love the smell of Napalm in the morning?

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Noctua NF-S12A 120mm Fans On OverclockersClub

"Noctua seems to thrive off of achieving the impossible. Every generation its fans are always slower, quieter, and crazier looking than the previous. Noctua competes with other top brands whose fans are much more powerful, and yet it still delivers. The company not only stays competitive, Noctua continues to make its own equipment better. Compared to the last generation, it has made the fans quieter and raised the airflow while retaining the same RPMs. Though the differences seem minimal, this is impressive because of how good the last generation of fans really were."

Mrwooshoo - OverclockersClub.

Noctua NF-S12A 120mm fans reviewed by OverclockersClub - Introduction & Conclusion.