The Silverstone Precision PS07 is a case targeted to microATX motherboards, also supporting the Micro-ITX and Micro-DTX formats. It is bigger than traditional small form factor (SFF) cases, such as the Sugo series models from the same manufacturer (see the Sugo SG05, Sugo SG06, and Sugo SG07 reviews). In fact, the Precision PS07 has similar size and features as the Temjin TJ08-E. Let's take a look at the new white version of the PS07.
Leetgion surprised pretty much everybody with their latest StarCraft II optimized Hellion gaming mouse but they also have another gaming mouse in the works optimized for the much awaited Diablo III game called El'Druin. So far only 3D Rendered pictures have been circulating the world but as always we got the first exclusive look at their product which features an even more impressive and at the same time radical design than the Hellion. Design aside the El'Druin features the same 5000DPI AVAGO 9500 Laser Sensor as the Hellion, Omron micro-switches and much more (specifications listed above). So take a look and do tell us what you think.
The Multi-View + Sound Adapter from HIS is a device suited for the USB 3.0 bus, meant to connect an additional monitor to our system, on the HDMI interface; the product does not need extra power and functions with the help of the DisplayLink technology. The manufacturer also mentions that we can connect up to 6 displays to a single system, each with its own adapter.
The Corsair Force GT series SSDs are designed for users who want the latest SandForce based performance with no compromises. The Corsair Force GT SSD line uses 25nm Synchronous NAND for superior incompressible data handling unlike the Asynchronous NAND used on Corsair Force 3 series products. The Corsair Force GT SSD line capacity ranges from 60GB all the way though 480GB and promises ~555MB/s sequential read speed. Utilizing the SATA 3 6Gb/s interface, Corsair Force GT SSDs are perfect for building high-end gaming PCs as well as high-performance computing.
One of the first Silverstone cases we ever reviewed was the Temjin TJ04 and felt it was one of the cleanest looking cases you could buy. In that review we also discovered that while it did look amazing the case was plagued with a few cooling issues that were easily solved with a few modifications. In this review we will be looking at the TJ04-E Evolution chassis. The case is based on the original TJ04 design but with a few significant upgrades.
Zalman CNPS10X Optima heatsink is a fairly standard tower cooler in most respects; it offers pretty good thermal performance, accomodates a front and rear fan and has an exposed copper heatpipe base. The CNPS10X Optima CPU cooler stands 153mm tall so it should fit into most mid tower chassis and weighs in at moderate 630 grams.
Of the entire series the Frio Advanced is the smallest of the lineup. It is targeted at individual looking for great cooling potential in a smaller form factor cooler. It is able to accomplish this with a combination of two 120mm cooling fans in a push-pull configuration and using a direct touch base. But is this enough to make you fork out your hard earned loot?
The topic of RAID has come up again here at TechwareLabs with the Adaptec ASR 6805E RAID card taken for a spin. We compare the Adaptec card against a single Western Digital hard drive connected to the motherboard, and Two/Four Western Digital drives in a stripe using both the 6805E and on-motherboard RAID.