Daily Reviews for Dec 13

Rosewill Fortress 750W Power Supply Review @ Pro-Clockers

Today, we want to bring you one such power supply. The unit is the new Rosewill Fortress 750. Rosewill is aiming the new Fortress at the gamer and enthusiast markets looking for super efficiency, mid-range power and silent. Rosewill offers four units in this series being: 450, 550, 650 and the 750 watt model we are looking at today.

Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 650W PSU Review @ Legit Reviews

Today we are having our first contact with the products of an European manufacturer, Be Quiet!, a company with a strong presence in Europe but not very well known in the USA and Canada; yet. The German company informed us that they are planning to invade the US markets in early 2013 and sent us the Dark Power Pro 10 650 Watt PSU to try out! Read on to see how it performs!

Asus Radeon HD 7770 DirectCU TOP 1GB Graphics Card Review @ eTeknix

Though the Radeon HD 7770 was released some time ago, its still a big deal for AMD as they are moving up in the market on their Radeon based products. In fact, they are even running a campaign based around their range, dubbed "Never Settle" which involves the addition of free games when purchasing certain Radeon SKUs. Due to this campaign, we thought that it would be a good opportunity to take a look at a particular edition of the HD 7770 from Asus; the DirectCU TOP edition.

Seasonic X-Series KM3 650 W Power Supply Review @ Hardware Secrets

Seasonic is releasing the third generation of their power supplies with the 80 Plus Gold certification, dubbed the X-Series KM3, using a completely different internal design. So far, three versions were released, 650 W, 750 W, and 850 W, all with a single +12 V rail and a fully modular cabling system. Let's see how the 650 W model fared on our tests.

Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset Review @ RWLabs

The Vengeance 2000 headset is designed for gamers and to ensure the audio frequency can dramatically hit both the bass and treble Corsair has utilized a 50mm driver that has a frequency range of 20Hz to 20KHz. The drivers also have a Sensitivity rating of 105dB (+/-3dB), meaning they will be able to play loud. What really sets the Vengeance 2000 apart though is its wireless capabilities, which eliminates cable clutter allowing you to sit back and enjoy the audio up to 40 feet from you PC.

ASUS ROG Vulcan ANC Review @ Vortez

It was no surprise when ASUS and the Republic of Gamers design team moved into other aspects of gaming life and a high end gaming headset is a natural place to start. Many gamers choose to use a headset and it is a market where many companies have managed to gain an established foot hold and with the Vulcan ANC, ASUS hope to stamp their mark amongst them. The simple yet elegant design bares only its roots by flying the ROG colours of black and red.