Podcast #680 – Apple M2, Ryzen 7000 Delidded?, Intel Arc Tested, Phanteks G360A Review, Free Games! + more!
We know how much you love the Apple news, so we cover the M2 release a bit. The Ryzen 7000 already delidded, Intel ARC benchmarked, Microsoft might finally require all SSD's now,…Read More
If you happen to be among the tens of people who bought one of Sony’s PlayStation 5 consoles at a regular retail store, for MSRP, and actually kept it rather than selling…Read More
Don't let your USB storage be docile and just sit there! Let it Rage! At least that's the naming convention Patriot is using for their latest USB storage devices. These range in…Read More
Podcast #621 – XFX 6700xt MERC319, Corsair Fans, MS buying Discord, Intel starts ticking again + More!
Probably our last launch review for the AIB 6700 XT's, take a look at the XFX 6700 XT MERC319 review if you have not seen it already....Read More
Sporting some of the best naming I've read all year, Patriot announces the availability of some really sizable USB attachable flash storage, from 128GB to 512GB to be more exact. Patriot is…Read More
The Patriot Viper Steel 16GB DDR4 kit which Modders-Inc just reviewed offers you a lot of choices when it comes to frequencies. The default frequency is 2133MHz with timings of 15-15-15-36, but their…Read More
Viper has not released an SSD in quite a while, the last which comes to mind was two years ago when they released one which has a colour scheme reminiscent of…Read More
Patriot's external SSD is available for about $200 less than Samsung's, though it's warranty is a year shorter at two and it doesn't feature hardware encryption acceleration. On the other hand it…Read More
Memory firm Patriot announced a new Thunderbolt 3 portable SSD at CES this week. The Patriot EVLVR ("evolver") is based on Phison E8 PCIe controller and advertises speeds of...Read More
For a $50 mouse, the Patriot Viper V570 RGB has a lot going for it. There are weights you can use to adjust the heft of your rodent, an Avago 9800 sensor…Read More
Patriot's new Viper V361 And V370 headsets are virtual twins, virtual 7.1 surround sound in fact. They share the same specifications, a dynamic range of 20 Hz – 20 KHz, 32Ohm impedance…Read More