Razer Naga Epic Mouse and Ironclad Mouse Mat

Lack of mouse buttons getting you down?  Tired of having to remember  zillions of key combinations? Razer’s Naga Epic mouse might be of interest, with 17 buttons, including an array of 12 down one side that you can assign custom functions to. OCAU checked it out, along with their Ironclad mouse mat. Full story at overclockers

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TechwareLabs Review: OCZ 750W Fatal1ty Series Power Supply

Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel has had his name and gaming handle splashed across a lot of hardware over the past few years. Today we’ll be looking at his latest entry in branded gear, brought to us courtesy of OCZ. The OCZ 750W Fatal1ty Series power supply builds on OCZ’s already solid reputation by bringing several interesting features to the table. Full …

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Mionix Propus 380 Review @ Vortez

The most underrated component in any gaming configuration has to be the beloved mouse pad. Some would even claim its presence isn’t a necessity. But in essence, combining a gaming mouse with a decent gaming pad will be complimentary. It’s a fair point that if you were to spend between£30-70 on a gaming mouse to enhance your esports endeavours then …

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In-Win TRACK @ TechREACTION

This mid-tower chassis has a rugged angular, military design and solid black steel body that is equipped to handle three high-performance 12.5(320 mm) graphics cards. It also has ample cooling potential for even the most high-end hardware. It can provide plenty of upgrade potential with its tool-free designs for easy installation. Full story at TechREACTION.

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Corsair Hydro H70 Water Cooling Kit @ Benchmark Reviews

Although there were previous entries in the field, Corsair’s Hydro Series H50 all-in-one sealed liquid cooling system was one of the first that actually worked, in the sense of being easy to install, reliable, and most importantly offering performance competitive with good air coolers while being quieter than most of them. The H50 became very popular and spurred competition from …

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Foxconn H55MX-S Motherboard Review @ KitGuru

With Sandy Bridge in a state of hiatus for the next couple of months, a specific sector of our audience may decide to opt for the previous-generation platform which is now thoroughly tried and tested.  These people are more likely to be building a media system which doesnt require all the processing grunt that Sandy Bridge has to offer. Foxconn …

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