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Video Review #1775: SilverStone ST80F-TI Strider Titanium 800W Power Supply

The SilverStone ST80F-TI Strider Titanium 800W Power Supply is super efficient, has Japanese capacitors, it's fully modular and comes with flat/flexible leads, plus the 120mm fan is quiet. All of this comes at a cost though, but some of that expense will be offset with energy savings. Wow!

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Video Review #1774: Cooler Master Sentinel III Gaming Mouse

The Cooler Master Sentinel III Gaming Mouse is outstanding. It comes with an excellent optical sensor capable of 6400dpi, has a palm grip which is comfortable to hold and 16.8 million colors is possible. Also, unlike many mice on the market, this one comes with a weight system. You're getting a lot for your money with this mouse!

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Video Review #1773: Cougar 450M Optical Gaming Mouse

The Cougar 450M Gaming Mouse comes with an excellent optical sensor, there are 8 fully programmable buttons, it has Omron switches, 16.8 millions colors options, the software allows customization, it looks outstanding and has a solid build. If you're a gamer on a budget this would be a perfect option.


Video Review #1772: BitFenix Pandora ATX Case

The BitFenix Pandora ATX Case is nicely styled with rounded corners, it comes with a large window, radiators up to 360mm can be installed, there are fans included and many more can be added. Also, there's lots of drive options and ample cable management. As well, they include a unique programmable 2.8" BitFenix ICON™ color display. It's a little on the pricey side, but it's very functional and loaded with features.


Video Review #1771: Cooler Master Devastator II LED Gaming Keyboard & Mouse

The Cooler Master Devastator II LED Gaming Keyboard & Mouse is pretty much on par with many other combo's on the market, but what sets it apart is exclusive mem-chanical switches. These switches do provide slightly better feedback and they should last longer. The mouse has a 2,000 dpi optical sensor and is comfortable to hold. Both are styled well and would be great for a budget gamer.


Video Review #1770: Raidmax Monster II Mid-Tower Case

The Raidmax Monster II Mid-Tower Case is impressive considering the price! It's a case that has lots of room to work and plenty of space for hardware. Like for example radiators up to 360mm in length, it comes with 140mm fans and many more can be added. There's ample 2.5"/3.5"/5.25" drive options, it's uniquely styled and has decent cable management, plus it sports a tinted window. Sweet case!


Video Review #1769: Kingston MobileLite G3 & Pro Wireless Storage/Charger

The Kingston MobileLite G3 & Pro are essentially wireless storage/card-reader devices. It has a SD slot and a USB port so you can connect a thumb drive or USB drive. It's also capable of 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n & 5GHz 802.11ac and connecting to local networks. As well, they have a rechargeable Li-ion battery so charging portable devices is possible. It's a definite must have!

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Video Review #1768: Kingston HyperX Savage USB 3.1 Flash Drive

The Kingston HyperX Savage USB 3.1 Flash Drive comes in 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB capacities, is blazing fast, looks awesome and comes with a 5 year warranty. If you're looking for a flash drive to drop large files onto in record speed, this is it!


Video Review #1767: Fractal Design Node 202 Case

If you're considering a small Mini-ITX case, the Fractal Design Node 202 is an excellent option. It's slim, sexy, can be orientated vertically or horizontally, fits long videos cards, there are 120mm fan options and two 2.5" drives can be installed. It's also available in two different models, one with a 450W SFX PSU and one without.