Howdy y'all. We've managed to wrangle up a couple primo products courtesy of the the good people over at Cooler Master. The star of the show in this here rodeo is their new V SFX 1100 Platinum PSU. They have also saddled that up with a MasterBox NR200P ITX case. Have they managed to be the highlight of the hootenanny or has someone poisoned the watering hole? I reckon we're going to find out.
The product we'll be looking at today is their RM44 rackmount chassis. What really sets this case apart from the majority of 4U cases on the market is that it is designed to support 360mm liquid cooling radiators. While home users with server racks are likely still a niche market, we definitely do exist and would like to build out powerful workstations that don't sound like a jet taking off. We're going to see if we can manage to fit custom water-cooling for both CPU and GPU in this case while maintaining decent temps and noise levels. Think it will work out? Read on to find out!
For todays review we will be testing out the Zotac Gaming RTX 4070ti AMP Extreme AIRO. Founded in 2006, Zotac is a computer hardware manufacture based in Hong Kong that specializes in graphics cards and mini PCs. With slogans like "PUSH THE LIMIT" and "LIVE TO GAME" I have high expectations. Read on to see if they can deliver.
In todays review we will be looking at the new MP600 GS 2TB PCIe 4.0 (Gen 4) x4 NVMe M.2 SSD by Corsair. In the nearly three decades since their inception in 1996, Corsair has become a mainstay in the PC industry. They create a wide variety of components ranging from memory and storage to cases and peripherals. Read on to see what we find on the MP600GDS 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe.