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Video Review #788: Enermax Infiniti 720W Power Supply

If you're building a hardcore gaming rig I would keep the Enermax Infiniti 720W Power Supply at the very top of your list. This power supply has lots of quality, clean power, modular leads and comes with a large, quiet 135mm fan. It even has two very functional and practical features; CoolGuard and PowerGuard. CoolGuard keeps the fans spinning even after the power supply is shut off. PowerGuard detects power failures and protects the system. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


Video Review #790: Ultra ChillTec Thermo Electric CPU Cooler

Thermo-Electric Coolers (TEC) have been around for some time, but recently there are a lot of cooling products implementing them. This makes sense because processors are getting faster and more effective cooling devices are required to cool them. The Ultra ChillTec Thermo Electric CPU Cooler performs very well, even on a highly overclocked CPU. It has a clear advantage over standard coolers. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


Video Review #791: Thermaltake Soprano DX Case

The Thermaltake Soprano DX Case is loaded with excellent features. This mid-tower case comes in two colors; black and silver and is available with or without a window. It is mostly steel, except for a few plastic parts and an aluminum front. The styling is quite elegant and it comes with a high gloss paint finish. There are plenty of drive bays, has excellent air circulation, a tool-free design, and much more. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


Video Review #793: Enermax Uber Chakra Case

Other than the Enermax Uber Chakra Case not being aluminum, it's very impressive. The styling on this product is very well done and allows easy access to the many drive bays. There is also a very convenient on-top interface with power button, reset button, 2 USB ports, mic jack, headphone jack, and eSATA port. The included 250mm fan is outstanding since it moves a lot of air, but remains extremely quiet. There's even plenty of room to work on the inside. If you're budget conscious but still require a full size case, I would highly recommend this product.

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Video Review #794: NZXT Precise 850W & 1000W Power Supplies

The NZXT Precise 850W & 1000W Power Supplies are really targeted at the hardcore market. Fact is, your average computer user is not going to require an 850W or 1000W power supply. If however you are a serious hardcore gamer, this might be exactly what you are looking for. The latest gaming hardware does require a lot of power, especially systems with a quad core CPU and a multiple video card setup. These power supplies perform very well, look great, and have modular leads. While NZXT is not the first power supply manufacturer you might think of, these power supplies are impressive.


Video Review #796: Ultra 425W Backup UPS

The Ultra 425W Backup UPS is really intended for the lower-end to average computer system that doesn't have massive power requirements. A lot of the high-end gaming systems will require a much more powerful UPS then this. If you have a typical computer system, this UPS would be an inexpensive route for both battery backup and surge protection.


Video Review #798: Thermaltake Armor LCS Case

More and more companies are putting together these case and water cooling combinations. This really makes sense because with today's computer hardware getting faster, a water cooling system will keep things cool. Also, if you prefer a quiet computer system, a water cooling setup is really the way to go. The Thermaltake Armor LCS (Liquid Cooling System) Case is an excellent product. The case is fantastic, it has lots of excellent features and the water cooling system performs very well. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


Video Review #801: Thermaltake LANBOX SFF

There are many small form factor (SFF) cases on the market, but very few come close to the features found on the Thermaltake LANBOX SFF Case. This product looks great, has a very strong handle, excellent air circulation and has a modular chassis. This modular chassis design means that the motherboard tray, power supply mount, external drive bay cage and internal drive bay cage can be easily removed. It's an amazing design because the computer components can be installed or removed outside the case. This gives the computer users lots of room to work.


Video Review #806: Lian Li PC-A10 Case

If you are in the market for a high quality mid-tower case, I would strongly recommend the Lian Li PC-A10 Case. It has amazing styling, plenty of drive bays, excellent air circulation, removable motherboard tray and its all aluminum. One of the more interesting features is the compartmentalized design. There's a place for all the main components, a separate compartment for the PSU and another for the HDDs.


Video Review #807: Thermaltake Kandalf LCS Case

The Thermaltake Kandalf LCS Case combines a fantastic case with lots of excellent features and a brilliant water cooling kit that performance very well. More and more companies are putting together these case and water cooling combinations. This really makes sense because with today's computer hardware getting faster, a water cooling system will keep things cool. Also, if you prefer a quiet computer system, a water cooling setup is really the way to go. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


Video Review #812: Apevia X-QPACK2 SFF Case w/500W PSU

If you attend a lot of LAN parties and you are carrying around your heavy and cumbersome tower case, it might be time for a Small Form Factor Case (SFF). The Aspire X-QPACK2 SFF Case comes in a variety of different colors, has 3 windows, excellent air circulation, comes with a removable motherboard tray and even includes a 500W PSU. This case is also all aluminum, which makes it very lightweight. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.


Video Review #814: Ideazon Zboard, MERC, Fang & Reaper

Ideazon has some really cool products. The Zboard keyboard is extremely unique with the hot-swappable keysets, programmable keys, USB hub and much more. The MERC keyboard doesn't have keysets, but combines a standard keyboard with a gamepad all in one. If you have a standard keyboard now you may want to consider just getting the FANG gamepad. The FANG has 41 tactically placed keys, 7 simultaneous keystrokes, Z Engine Technology , and more. There Reaper mouse comes with a 1600 DPI optical sensor and driverless, on the fly sensitivity DPI switching.