Cooler Master MH751 Gaming Headset Review – Good NOT ONLY for gaming!

I haven’t had much opportunity to explore and test different audio peripherals as much as I do with mechanical keyboards and gaming mouse, but I’d say right now that I am pretty hook. I just purchased an IEM and recently got a few TWS earbuds and a couple of gaming headsets, so don’t be surprised if you see more audio peripherals on our channel soon. With that said, today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the Cooler Master MH751, a gaming headset that is good not only…

Geek GK64 Aluminum Case Review + Teardown

8 months ago I reviewed the Geek GK64 60% Mechanical Keyboard and let’s just say that a lot of you liked that form factor and layout. However, that standard plastic version looks quite cheap as it is targeted towards the budget market and there’s nothing wrong with that. The good thing is that the GK64 is actually available with a much more premium looking aluminum case. Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the aluminum case version of the Geek GK64 60% mechanical keyboard from banggood.com, this…

NEW 35 Grams Kailh Box Red Switch Review – Extremely Lightweight!

Last year, I did a full review of some of the most popular Kailh switches in different categories such as the traditional cross stem design, the popular Box type and the low profile choc switches. I actually tore them all apart and saw how they are contsructed and I’d say, that was actually fun and interesting. Today, we have something new from Kailh as they continue to innovate, we’re taking a look at their latest box switch which is the extremely lightweight 35g Box red switch. It has all the…

Fantech Fighter II K613 and K613L Review

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the Fantech K613 and K613L which are the upgraded version of the Fantech K611 that I previously reviewed. These are one of the better mecha-membrane or mechanical feel keyboard that I’ve tried with decent build quality, substantial illumination and certainly capable for casual gaming making it suitable for budget iCafes and personal desk setup.  MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Decent build quality for the price, Upgraded lightweight aluminum backplate with adjustable stands, Good overall value Cons: Hit or miss anti-ghosting feature, Inconsistent feel…

Bloody J437 Glare Gaming Headset Review

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the Bloody J437 Gaming Headset, a gaming headset that is good to go out of the box with good sound clarity and a surprisingly decent virtual surround sound. And if you’ve been a follower of our Facebook page, you’ll know that I’m giving this away to one of our top fans for this month so make sure to keep engaging and stay updated. With that said, let’s get into it. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Extremenly lightweight, Decent sound quality with clear…

ASUS TUF Gaming 1660 Super OC Review

While the GTX 1660 provides great value when it comes to its price to performance ratio, the emergence of the new Super version is I think an overall better option thanks to its newer and faster GDDR6 memory. And if you’re just starting out to build your own PC, this is a very good option to consider since it sits between the 1660 and 1660 Ti when it comes to raw performance while maintaining a balance in terms of price. However, if you’re like me who still has a 1070…

AKKO DragonBall Z Keyboard and Mouse – AKKO RG325 Review

A few months back I reviewed the AKKO 3108 DragonBall Z Goku Mechanical Keyboard and it is certainly a very interesting keyboard. AKKO 3108 actually has a lot of versions or themes not just the DragonBall Z. There’s the AKKO 3108 Tokyo World, 9009 Retro, Beijing World Tour, Ocean Star, Horizon Skyline and others. But what’s good about it is that you can actually get just the keycaps of some of these keyboards separately if you don’t need the keyboard. One good example is the set of keycaps that we…

Annke Nova J 1080p Full HD Wireless Pan Tilt Smart Home Camera Review

While there are a lot of security cameras out there from different brands in different models with varying features, sometimes it’s quite hard to find one with a feature that I think is very crucial for a personal home security camera, and that’s the ability to turn off the built-in microphone. A lot of security cameras that I’ve tried before has built-in microphone that you can not turn off. Basically, it’s listening to you and your surroundings 24/7 which poses some privacy issues especially if you have multiple users able…

Thunderobot G50 Game Controller Review – Multiplatform Gamepad!

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the Thunderobot G50 Multiplatform Wireless Game Controller. Now, probably like you, honestly, it’s also my first time hearing about this brand Thunderobot and if you know me guys, I like reviewing products that only have a few reviews online, because I know a lot of you are also looking out for these products. With that said, we got a quite interesting product here and I’d say right of the gate that this is one of the best budget game controlers…

i-Rocks K65M Mechanical Keyboard Review – Cherry MX Brown Switch!

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the i-Rocks K65M Mechanical Keyboard, a reliable keyboard with good build quality, decent Doubleshot PBT Keycaps, and reliable Cherry MX Switches. If you’re looking for a stealthy looking full-sized keyboard that is good to go out of the box, then this is a pretty decent option, but before you decide to pick one, make sure to read the entire review to get all the details you need and have a very substantial informed decision. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Decent build quality…

i-Rocks M36 Pro Gaming Mouse Review – Optic Magnet Microswitches!?

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the i-Rocks M36 Pro Gaming mouse. A mouse that’s almost perfect for me in terms of shape, mouse clickers and overall performance with just one minor issue. I also have the i-Rocks K65M Mechanical Keyboard but I’ve decided to do separate reviews for these two so that the review will not be too long for you guys. The K65M review is coming up next and for now, let’s check out the i-Rocks M36 Pro Gaming Mouse. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros:…

ID-Cooling DF-12025-ARGB VS DF-12025-RGB Trio Case Fans

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the ID-Cooling DF-12025-ARGB Trio case fans, we’re also going to compare it with the non-ARGB version that I’ve previously reviewed as well. With that said, let’s get into it. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros over the non-ARGB version: Better lighting effects, Brighter illumination Cons over the non-ARGB version: None SPECIFICATIONS Fan Dimension  120×120×25mm(PWM) x3PCS   Weight  150g   Rated Voltage  12VDC (PWM)  / 5V (ARGB)    Operating Voltage  10.8~13.2VDC   Starting Voltage  7VDC   Rated Current  0.25±10%A   Power Input  3W…

Bykski FouSeries AIO 240mm ARGB Review – How to test AIO!?

Today, I’m finally giving you guys my full review of the Byksi 240mm AIO. We’re going to test this in various conditions and see how it performs in both stress tests and real-world performance. I’m also going to introduce to you in this article my methodology for testing AIOs so that you can get a better understanding of how I came up with my results. With that said, let’s get into it.

Royal Kludge RK61 60% Mechanical Keyboard Review – Best Budget 60% Keyboard!

I know a lot of you are asking for this review for a few months now, so we’re finally doing it. We are going to do an unboxing and review of the Royal Kludge RK61. A keyboard that in my opinion, is one of the best and cheapest 60% Mechanical Keyboard out in the market. It has decent build quality, good layer implementation and performs decently in both wired and wireless mode. It is one of the better alternatives to the popular Anne Pro 2 and here’s why. MY EARLY…

Magicforce Smart 68 Mini Mechanical Keyboard Review – Magicforce Smart 1 VS Smart 2

Today, we’re going to find out what’s better between the Magicforce Smart 1 wired-only and the Magicforce Smart 2 dual-mode version in terms of build quality, features, and overall performance. Is it worth the extra cost for the wireless version? let’s find out! MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Wired Version – Affordable, Decent build quality, DIP SwitchDual-Mode Version – Great build quality, Reliable Bluetooth connectivity, Dedicated LED indicators Cons:Wired Version – Old mini-USB interface, Rattly spacebarDual-Mode Version – No software SPECIFICATIONS Wired Version Brand Magicforce Model Smart 68 Color Purple & White…

ASUS ROG Strix 1650 OC 4GB Review

Today, were taking a look at one of the budget offerings from ASUS Republic of Gamers when it comes to graphics cards, we have here the ASUS ROG Strix 1650 OC 4GB version which features dual mode with the default and OC mode. We’ll find out in this review if there is a significant difference between the two modes when it comes to performance in relation to power draw and thermals. We’ll strictly use the ASUS GPU Tweak II software for this so that anyone can do it without any…

Tecware Phantom Elite 87 Keys Review – Hotswappable Keyboard!

Today, I’m finally giving you my full review of the Tecware Phantom Elite 87 keys Mechanical Keyboard, a keyboard that has a good build quality and a variety of switches available off the shelves. It has all the characteristics of the old phantom with a subtle but massive improvement to the board itself. With that said, let’s get into it. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Good build quality, Kailh Universal Socket, Wide variety of switches available off the shelf Cons: Non-detachable cable, Basic software SPECIFICATIONS Switch puller / Keycap puller includedDoubleshot ABS keycaps…

Bykski FouSeries AIO 240mm ARGB Unboxing and Overview

Today, we have something new. We’re going to do an unboxing and quick overview of the Bykski RGB AIO. Bykski is a company that produces water cooling components and kits, as well as accessories and cases. And to be honest, their products actually look cool especially their cases and RGB CPU and GPU blocks. I haven’t really tried custom water cooling yet but the good thing is that they are now offering an AIO Integrated CPU cooler. Bykski FouSeries AIO 240mm ARGB Unboxing and Overview Make sure to follow this…

ASUS VG278QR Gaming Monitor Review

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing, assembly and full review of the ASUS VG278QR Gaming Monitor. A monitor that built specifically for gaming with 0.5 ms response time, 165hz refresh rate and G-Sync compatibility to provide an amazing gaming experience without having to pay a premium price tag. Did I mention it also has a very good color accuracy for a TN panel? more on that later, with that said, let’s get into it. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: G-Sync compatible, Quick response time, High refresh rate, Decent color accuracy…