MSI CK Series Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review


Mechanical keyboards have gone through a massive resurgence in the market over the last few years and today gamers, typists and even casual PC users prefer them over standard keyboards. The reason is simple; they offer a high level of comfort, are built like tanks and have a wide range of switches that are tailored for certain types of typing.

In the gaming market Red Switches are typical […] Continue Reading

Noctua NH-D15 CPU Cooler Review

Cooling solutions come in all shapes and sizes but the dual-tower design is a very distinct model that is mostly associated with the extremely popular Noctua NH-D14. There may be CPU coolers with dual tower designs that came before it but the NH-D14, with its saw-tooth aluminum fin radiators and uniquely colored Noctua fans is an enthusiast favorite for its excellent heat […] Continue Reading

Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 CPU Cooler Review

While most people’s darkest dreams stem from childhood trauma and unresolved anxieties, my recurring nightmare is peculiar because of who or what is involved. The scene always starts the same with me looking at my own funeral set in a dark, overcast day. My family looking solemn but oddly distant and uninvolved. Unable to move or speak, I can feel myself being lowered t […] Continue Reading

Thermolab ITX30 & Nano Silencer 2009 Heatsink Review

Technology is shrinking, there is no denying that fact. However, we don’t subscribe to the notion that the desktop is dying outright. Instead it is going through a change, a shrinking if you will. With today’s technology, instead of needing full sized towers to accommodate a gaming PC you can buy a small form factor case and build a system that would make gamers from the past […] Continue Reading

Be Quiet! Shadow Rock 2 CPU Cooler Review

Be Quiet! has been one of Germany’s best kept secrets for almost half a decade now, winning multiple awards as an exceptional manufacturer as voted on by critics and users alike. Making a name in the hustle and bustle of the large North American market however is the next challenge they are currently undertaking. With a very populated market, getting noticed is difficul […] Continue Reading

Cooler Master Elite 130 Mini-ITX Case Review


Small form factor (SFF) cases are growing in popularity mainly because advancements in case design allows even the smallest cases to accommodate a closed-loop water cooler, large graphics cards and multiple storage options. Additionally, as Intel and AMD continuously shrink the die size of their processors less power is needed to run them, so even high-end processors such as the […] Continue Reading

Kingston 64GB DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 USB Flash Drive Review


As of today I am officially declaring the DVD drive dead, I know many of you protest this idea and may think my postmortem is premature, but with all my DVD drives sitting on a shelf collecting dust for the last three years, it to me is a long time coming. The last time I can remember using a DVD drive was a few years ago when I was installing Windows Vista on my PC, which was a slow […] Continue Reading

AZiO Levetron GH808 Gaming Headset Review


AZiO is an up and coming company that manufactures computer peripherals that has produced products such as the Mech 5 gaming keyboard and Levetron GM2000 gaming mouse. The Levetron series doesn’t just stop at your fingertips though, as AZiO has also added a gaming headset to the mix.

The AZiO Levetron GH808 USB Gaming Headset is the lat […] Continue Reading

NZXT Source 530 Full Tower Case Review

While all the other websites are looking at the AMD refreshed graphics cards we here at Hardware 360 say forget that noise, because we have something entirely new to look at from NZXT.

The new chassis is the Source 530 and it is what you could call a hybrid between the top of the line cases and the more a affordable chassis. Essentially, what NZXT did was take the features of their high end Switch s […] Continue Reading

Patriot Viper 3 Low Profile 2133MHz Memory Review

In a list of crimes committed against children during Halloween, euphemistically named “fun”-sized candy ranks up there beside razor-laden apples and healthy snack alternatives. There is nothing fun about getting 1/3 the size of a regular chocolate bar, just ask Saddam Hussein who during his last days of freedom was found surviving on these diminutive snacks while livin […] Continue Reading