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Intel Coffee-lake Gaming Build Review Based on Core i7 8700K and GTX 1070 Ti

After Intel Coffee lake launch lot of you guys requested a full build review, instead of making a standard stand along CPU-Motherboard review, and with the launch of NVIDIA’s latest GTX 1070 Ti we think its perfect time to do a build review. The main components we chose for the build is Intel new Coffee Lake Core i7-8700K, ASUS...


ADATA XPG “Xtreme Performance Gear,” line-up of SSD are company’s flagship offing, which targeted towards gamers and enthusiasts. With M.2 adaptation and getting more propeller, so most gaming PCs are now adding an M.2 SSD. The ADATA XPG GAMMIX S10 is designed to target that segment. The XPG GAMMIX S10 M.2 2280 NVMe 1.2 SSD utilizes the fast PCIe...

ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1070 Ti A8G Gaming Review

NVIDIA’s most price to performance card from GTX 1000 series was GTX 1070, but with the launch of AMD’s Vega 56 has taken that crown from it. But NVIDIA has responded with GTX 1070 Ti to take but its place as the best price to performance card holder. NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1070 Ti features the same Pascal GP104 built...

ASUS ROG STRIX Radeon RX 580 OC Review

While all the attention on AMD’s RX VEGA 56 and 64, still due to less availability more people buying RX 500 series. AMD has refreshed its RX400 series with RX500 series, which AMD claimed has based on a “refined” variants of the “Polaris10” family of GPUs. Though, it’s turned out that it’s just reworked BIOS, as the old RX...

Asus ROG Strix Impact Review

Gaming mouse/mice are a very personal thing, and everyone prefers something different, many people prefer an ambidextrous mouse for their ability to be used with both hand, or for their small footprint body, either way, ASUS has ROG Strix Impact to cover for them. The ROG Strix Impact features slim body with Aura lighting with 5000dpi PMW 3310 sensor....

G.SKILL Trident Z RGB 3200MHz DDR4 Memory Review

G.SKILL well rewound for their high-performance memory kits and with DDR4 their new Ripjaws V series and Trident Z series are already quite successful. But with 2017 the trend of RGB is unavoidable and G.SKILL has implemented the RGB illumination to its top of the line Trident Z series, which is controlled by Asus Aura software to personalize the...

ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Extreme AMD X370 Review

ASUS ROG Crosshair series are the best offing for AMD motherboards by ASUS since the original model launched back in the time of the AM2 socket. Since then with every generation, ASUS has improved the design and functionality of its Crosshair motherboards. With AMD Ryzen lunch, ASUS brings the Crosshair VI Hero based on X370 chipset, offering excellent performance...

ADATA XPG Dazzle DDR4-3000MHz Review

ADATA XPG “Xtreme Performance Gear,” lineup geared towards gamers and enthusiasts, with DDR4 is now become mainstream with both Intel and AMD and LED illumination in trend on everything, ADATA presents their first LED light RAM the XPG Dazzle. The new XPG Dazzle features Red LED illumination on top of the RAM heatsink, offering a great looking illuminated RAMs....

Asus RT-AC58U AC1300 Dual-Band Router Review

Asus is well known for their networking devices with their solid offering and robust feature-set on RT series of routers. From the lower-end to top-end Asus has some very compelling offering. But there is a gap between ASUS’s entry level and mid-range router line-up, the RT-AC58U AC1300 is a new router that aims to fill that gap, this is...

ASUS Cerberus Mech RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

ASUS Cerberus line of gaming peripheral are well known for offing great budget oriented products for gamers and Cerberus Keyboard MKII and the original Cerberus Keyboard was a great entry level option for gamers. But, in 2017 the mechanical gaming keyboard and RGB backlit is in trend and since mechanical switches not exclusive to Cherry anymore, there are cheaper...

ASUS TUF X299 MARK-1 Motherboard Review

Intel has launched its X299 platform with new Intel X-series Core i9, i7, and i5 processor, though at the time of this review the 10 core i9 7900X is the top CPU available and 18, 16, 14, and 12 cores coming in future no specific date. The new X299 motherboard is the successor of X99 and features the new...

ADATA XPG SX950 240GB SSD Review

ADATA XPG "Xtreme Performance Gear," lineup geared towards gamers and enthusiasts, the latest addition to the XPG SSD line is SX950 offing 3D MLC NAND flash and a sweet 6-year warranty. The XPG SX950 line is promised to offer much better price to performance compare to other XPG SSD lines. The XPG SX950 line uses the Silicon Motion SM2258G controller...

ASUS ROG Gladius II Review

ASUS original ROG Gladius was one of the unique mouse which allows users to change the Omron switches by a hot-swappable mount, but it needed some refinement in the process and updated some minor issue. The ASUS ROG Gladius II is the long-awaited successor to the original Gladius with improve hot-swappable Omron switch design, a new sensor and adding...


While we are anxiously waiting for VEGA to come out, AMD has refreshed its RX400 series with RX500 series, which AMD claimed has based on a "refined" variants of the "Polaris10" family of GPUs. Though, it's turned out that it's just reworked BIOS, as the old RX 480/470 can be flashed with new RX 580/570 BIOS’s to get the...

Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L White Review

Gaming mechanical keyboard or mechanical keyboard, in general, is becoming an essential part of any gaming setup today, with keyboards featuring RGB lighting to some with an overdosing gamer looks. But what if you don’t want those things and need something simple looking, though retain the important stuff, then Masterkeys Pro L White may be for you. Cooler Master...

Corsair VOID Stereo Gaming Headset Review

Corsair is well known for their range of peripherals, and their headset lineup has been updated with new VOID series, which offer more premium build quality with better sound quality than its predecessor the Vengeance series of gaming headsets. The VOID series is available in multiple variants with the standard stereo model, a wired USB 7.1 model, and a...

Western Digital WD Blue 250GB SSD Review

Western Digital is a big name in the hard drive market for years and after buying the solid state storage giant- SanDisk they have become a big player in SSD market also. Even though the company is selling SSDs under its SanDisk brand name, in 2016 WD decided to launch a new series of SSDs under its WD brand...

ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1080 Ti OC Review

NVIDIA new flagship gaming card GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is based on Pascal GP102 built on 16nm with 3584 CUDA Cores and utilizing new 11 GB of GDDR5X clocked at 11 Gbps. Now ASUS takes their own design tweaks to make it faster and cooler. The ROG STRIX GTX 1080 Ti OC comes with a bigger cooler and a...

ADATA XPG SX8000 256GB M.2 SSD Review

ADATA XPG “Xtreme Performance Gear,” line-up of SSD are company’s flagship offing, which targeted towards gamers and enthusiasts. ADATA recently updated the line-up with a new XPG SX8000 series M.2 NVMe SSD utilizing the super-fast PCIe Gne3.0 x4 with 3D NAND Flash and a five-year warranty. The XPG SX8000 also has support for SLC Caching, DRAM Cache Buffer, and...

ASUS TUF Z270 MARK-1 Review

ASUS TUF series previously known as Sabertooth, is one of the most distinctive due to its rugged and Armour shielded design comes with the military class component. The new TUF Z270 MARK-1 comes with Intel’s new Z270 chipset supporting new Kaby Lake 7000 series processor. The new Z270 platform provides supports for Optane SSDs and offers support for slightly...