Hong Kong seller KingBank now sells 16GB DDR5-4800 DIMMs for $100, putting $200 dual-channel kits within buyer’s grasp.
The Ballistix brand is retiring after eighteen years of service to the overclocking community. It will be missed.
Raijintek’s second LGA 1700 design, the Eleos 12 Evo RBW features more heat pipes for better conductivity, but a single fan. Can a single 120mm fan cool our Core i9-12900K?
Lian Li’s collaboration with Dans Cases produces one of the most compact and practical gaming case designs yet seen.
When Raijintek said it could cool our Core i9-12900KF at full speed with a single tower heatsink and fans, we asked “Oh Really?”
Rumors of Newegg’s shady RMA practices prove true in an incident regarding a high-profile reviewer.
Micro ATX and packed with features, the TUF Gaming B660M-Plus WiFi D4 comes to us with a price that undercuts similar Z690 boards. Will it pass our tough tests?
When your backup BIOS is too old to support your new CPU, flashing only the main BIOS is not a viable option.
Montech’s Air 1000 Lite brings us the convenience of slide-out dust filters, but the “Lite” version is also missing any RGB lighting or lighting controllers. Does the lighter price favor its value?
Corsair has finally caught up to consumer demand for DDR5 while offering this newish tech at optimized latency and speed. Does its RGB-enhanced DDR5-5600 cover all needs?