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Cooler Master Storm: Spawn Gaming Mouse

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 3, 2011

The local distributor of Cooler Master sent me a couple of their PC accessories a week ago, including one of the CM Storm gaming mouse. With a suggested retail price of Php1,500, the Cooler Master Spawn is somewhat on the affordable side. It's appropriately sized (not too small or large on the hands; it's for right-handed people, btw) -- a bit stout, very light, extremely responsive and comes in a simple yet ergonomic design. The red body with black accent gives it a cool and neat look. The thumb-pad is made of soft, perforated rubber (same with the pinky-pad) while…

Corsair Unveils H110i GTX Liquid CPU Cooler

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: June 4, 2015

Corsair has introduced the new Hydro Series H110i GTX all-in-one liquid CPU cooler which features a new and improved water pump and a 280mm rad that holds the two pre-bundled Corsair SP140L PWM fans in place. Corsair Hydro Series H110i GTX specs: Radiator Dimension: 140mm x 312mm x 26mm Fan Dimension: 140mm x 25mm Fan speed: 2000 +/- 10% RPM Fan airflow: 104.65 CFM Fan static pressure: 3.99mm-H2O Noise level: 40 dB(A) Large-diameter, low permeability tubing Copper base, Aluminum rad Supported Platforms (Intel): LGA 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 and 2011-3 Supported Platforms (AMD): FM1, FM2, AM2, and AM3 Corsair’s…

Contest: Real Leaf Word Master Challenge

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: August 24, 2010

We're back with Real Leaf and doing another contest. This time, it's gonna be like a treasure-hunt game running on a Facebook App. Check out the details of the Word Master Challenge below. The contest will run in conjunction with several other blogs (FlairCandy, Pinoy Travel Blog, Starmometer, Kubiertos and GMTristan). Each day, a new question will be posted on the Facebook App (here). The answers to the questions are found in the blogs (just have to search for it). Once a question is correctly answered, you earn a letter which you use to solve the puzzle. There are a…

Noctua NH-L12 CPU Cooler Review

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: February 22, 2015

A month or two ago, we were in the market for a decent after-market CPU cooler that will fit inside our fairly small chassis, yet powerful enough to keep my system from getting too toasty. And after thoughtful consideration, we’ve went with the Noctua NH-L12 and we thought it’ll be nice to share our experience with it. What’s in the box? Aluminum Heat Sink with four (4) heat pipes 1x Noctua NF-F12 120mm PWM CPU Fan 1x Noctua NF-B9 92mm PWM CPU Fan 2x Low-Noise adaptor, 1x Extension Cable and Y-Cable (Splitter) 2x SecuFirm 2 Mounting Kit for: Mini-ITX mounting…

Master Link Baiter of the Year

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: November 15, 2007

Who could have thought that our early forays into the controversial blogosphere was all just a huge link bait? Follow the link to discover who this master link baiter of the year is. Just over a year ago, I wrote an entry entitled "Filipino Catholics petition against Bryanboy". It was probably one of the first few controversies the local blogosphere had witnessed. It was so hot the topic even got the major daily news. What we all didn't know that this incident was a masterfully crafted plan by Bryanboy himself. He emailed me the other day and confessed: One of…

Malu Fernandez gunning for Master Link Baiter of the Year

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: March 12, 2008

I'm amused with people who speak their mind and exercise their freedom of speech whether or not they're correct, morally upright, or just plain misguided. At least, they stand and own up to their words. In the case of Malu Fernandez's recent article in Manila Standard {via Connie}, I think because of her previous experience with the alleged "internet mob", she knows controversy can draw a lot of traffic. The difference between a journalist and a blogger is that journalists have to adhere to certain guidelines that govern the freedom of speech. And whatever a journalist chooses to write about—be…

SOL REPUBLIC Master Tracks XC Quick Review

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: May 31, 2014

Another artist-branded headphones fell into our hands to test out, and this time it’s from the renowned DJ Calvin Harris. SOL REPUBLIC is once again the company behind it and based on our previous experience with the gorgeous-looking Deck, we’re anxious to see what this pair of cans have in store for us. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the quick review of the Master Tracks XC. Taking it out of the box, we see separate parts that consist of the headband, two ear cups, and cables. Assembling it is straightforward and takes less than five minutes: You simply slide the headband…

Victorinox Presentation Master from Dove

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: January 4, 2011

Received a lot of gifts over the holidays from companies, partners and agencies but this one I got from Unilever for their new Dove for Men product got me curious (yes, they now got Dove for men too!). The box came with a bar of soap and deodorant and then this nice-looking USB device from Victorinox (makers of the original Swiss Army Knife). My focus immediately went to the Swiss Knife and almost forgot the soap and spray which Dove wanted to highlight. At first it looks like an ordinary USB drive but it turns out, it's the Presentation Master

This is just an excuse for a new PC Case

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: August 12, 2009

The introduction of Intel's Core i7 processors prompted new line of motherboards and demand for DDR3 memory as well as some overclocking challenges and hardcore enthusiasts and gamers. Asus sent in a couple of their stuff so it was a reason for me to built yet another rig. The one above is a 10-kilogram Storm Sniper case from Cooler Master. It has a knob at front up front that controls the internal LED lights as well as the ventilation fans (see more details here). Attach an Asus OC Station (Republic of Gamers Over-Clocking Controller) to the case and you get…

Modder Built a Rig on a 1/6th Scale RC Humvee

Relevance: 27%      Posted on: January 14, 2015

The last time we featured a sick rig, it was hubcap-inspired creation dubbed as the Baby Moon. This time around, RoG forum member ace_finland outfitted an off-the-shelf remote-controlled Humvee with gaming-grade hardware. Head past the break to see what he came up with. Here’s the view from the front. And here’s the view on the back. A closer look at its “engine” setup. Sabranco Humvee specs: ASUS Sabertooth Z97 Mark S 4th Generation Intel Core i5-4960 3.5Ghz quad-core processor 2x 16GB Kingston HyperX Fury Dual-Channel RAM Intel SSD 530 ASUS Strix GTX 980 Cooler Master Nepton 280L/ Cooler Master V850…