Traditional PC component manufacturers are moving into other areas of interest. For MSI that means devices such as tablets and notebooks, as well as moving forward with their traditional motherboard and graphics cards lines. Similar to ASUS and ASRock, MSI is now moving into the full desktop space with their own barebones package. Like some other barebones we have reviewed, MSI will supply the chassis, the motherboard, the CPU cooler, the power supply and the optical drive, and the user (or system integrator) will have to choose a CPU, DRAM, a GPU and storage. MSI is today launching the MSI Nightblade, a gaming mini-ITX barebones designed to fit a full size GPU (such as the MSI R9 290X), be easy enough to carry around...
Super Flower is a company that has been around a long time, manufacturing cases and power supplies under their own name as well as for others. We've got their...
Christoph Katzer on 10/16/2008
Antec sent us three of their Fusion cases, which target the HTPC market. Join us for a closer look.
Christoph Katzer on 10/9/2008
Join us as we review the little brother in Antec's Signature series and see how it compares to its older sibling and other power supplies.
Christoph Katzer on 10/1/2008
How big does your power supply really need to be for your new computer? We examine the real power requirements of modern components to provide answers; what we discover...
Christoph Katzer on 9/22/2008
Cooler Master officially launches its latest PSU series, but only in Europe for now. That's unfortunate as they have a lot going for them.
Christoph Katzer on 9/8/2008
Many users are more than happy using your standard computer cases - after all, it's easy to find everything from small SFF and mATX cases up through full-tower sizes...
Derek Wilson on 8/27/2008
Silverstone aims for silence with the ST45NF, and removing the fan will certainly achieve that goal. Can they also manage to provide clean and stable power? Find out as...
Christoph Katzer on 8/25/2008
One of the largest PSU ODMs in the business sent us their latest offering. You may not be familiar with FSP Group; the question is, are you missing out?
Christoph Katzer on 8/5/2008
Cooler Master looks to set new standards in power supply quality with their Ultimate Circuit Protection (UCP) power supplies, boasting 80Plus Silver certification and a 5-year warranty.
Christoph Katzer on 7/29/2008
There's a big difference between a power supply that runs your system "okay" and a high-quality unit that provides higher efficiency, lower noise, and more stable output. We have...
Christoph Katzer on 7/21/2008
Kingwin's low-end Revolution cooler takes a spin in our test bed, as we compare its performance with coolers that can cost three times as much. Unfortunately, sometimes you get...
Matt Campbell on 7/16/2008
Silverstone sent us their highest output PSU for testing. Capable of delivering up to 1200W, this is a unit for extreme users and systems.
Christoph Katzer on 7/7/2008
Zalman targets high performance users with large cases that are looking for less noise with their latest PSUs. How you plan to make a quiet system and still require...
Christoph Katzer on 6/27/2008
Sometimes, you need quality - price be damned - and it seems Lian Li's V2110 may be able to satisfy our desires. "Once you go black...."
Rajinder Gill on 6/10/2008