Week of August 21, 2011

Friday, August 26 2011

SteelSeries Shift Keyboard: Medal Of Honour Gaming Edition Review @ Tech-Reviews.co.uk

Posted by Nathan @ 7:54 PM (EDT)

The ability to remove the entire keyset of a keyboard is something SteelSeries have played around with in the past and it seems to have stuck: the Shift is equipped with a similarly engineered removable keyset to the ZBoard. With specialist key sets available for specific games to slot in to the Shift base, this gaming keyboard appears to offer something extra besides retaining many of the keyboard gizmos we’ve come to expect as standard: macro programmable keys, a USB hub and specialist software to name a few. Let’s see if the aptly named Keyboard chameleon can deliver.

CLICK HERE FOR SteelSeries Shift Keyboard DEALS & PRICING

Thermalright Macho HR-02 CPU Cooler Review @ Technic3D

Posted by Nathan @ 7:53 PM (EDT)

The Thermalright Macho HR-02 Heatsink arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review the new HR-02 with one 140mm Fan and six 6mm Heatpipes compared with many other Cooler on a Intel Core i7 CPU.

General Electric X500 Review @ TechReviewSource.com

Posted by Nathan @ 7:53 PM (EDT)

We’ve reviewed a number of superzoom digital camera in the last few months, all with two things in common: They have long zoom lenses, and they’re all at least $300. General Electric takes a different tack with the 16-megapixel General Electric X500, packing a 15x zoom lens into a $150 package.

HornetTek Slipper U3 External Dock @ Bjorn3D

Posted by Nathan @ 7:53 PM (EDT)

The Slipper is a unique design for an external enclosure/dock, so we will be testing it to make sure everything works as anticipated. The Slipper name was clearly given to this dock because of the fact that it looks like a slipper; this design also makes it surprisingly easy to slide a hard drive into place. The fact that the dock supports hot swapping also makes it quite easy to change out hard drives even when the device is connected.

ASUS P8B WS Review @ ocaholic

Posted by Nathan @ 7:52 PM (EDT)

The ASUS P8B WS is based on Intels C206 server chipset. It comes with features especially designed for small and medium companies. Therefore it is possible to monitor engery consumption as well as dissipating power. Furhtermore the chipset also features vPro which allows comfortable and efficient management within a corporate network.


Cooler Master NotePal U-Stand Laptop Cooler @ Pro-Clockers

Posted by Nathan @ 7:52 PM (EDT)

The U-Stand is Cooler Master’s latest laptop cooler. But this is not just any laptop cooler as Cooler Master has added some of their very own. The U-Stand can support up to 17” laptops and has five adjustable height levels to allow for better comfort and usability.


Posted by Nathan @ 7:52 PM (EDT)

For us enthusiasts out there that budget this kind of money for hardware, the offer is definitely there. You get a premium, hand-picked GPU, a brand new software suite that is full of potential, Clear CMOS-like functionality, hardware monitoring and modding, the cooling to make it happen, and the glorious silence of the huge cooler when you're not tweaking. Not to mention this thing is built like a rock — there's nothing like a premium part actually feeling, you know, premium.


Gigabyte G1.Sniper2 Z68 Motherboard Review @ Hi Tech Legion

Posted by Nathan @ 7:51 PM (EDT)

The GIGABYTE G1.Sniper2 Z68 motherboard supports the latest Sandy Bridge processors as well as the upcoming 22nm Ivy Bridge. The G1.Sniper2 Z68 motherboard is also first to support PCIE3 since Ivy Bridge brings native PCI-E 3.0 support to the Intel platform. For network gaming performance, the GIGABYTE G1.Sniper 2 Z68 motherboard is equipped with a Bigfoot Networks Killer e2100 NPU helps offload network traffic from the CPU, freeing it up to perform other computing tasks. For crystal clear audio performance, there is an onboard Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Digital Audio Processor (20K2) with X-Fi Xtreme Fidelity and EAX AHD 5.0 Technologies.

ASUS MARS II Review: GeForce GTX 580 SLI On One PCB @ HotHardware.Com

Posted by Nathan @ 7:50 PM (EDT)

Asus has never been a company to shy away from offering over-the-top, custom products that command a price premium. Perhaps it’s because the company is large enough, and thus, has the resources to cater to virtually all market segments, big or small. Or perhaps the top brass at Asus just likes inducing slack-jawed stares from PC enthusiasts. Whatever the reason, we hope they keep it up because testing this kind of stuff and showing it to you all is freakin’ fun.

AverMedia Deluxe Hi-Gain DTV Antenna Review @ Real World Labs

Posted by Nathan @ 7:49 PM (EDT)

Are you looking for a portable indoor digital TV antenna or HDTV antenna with very good reception, great looks and a very tempting price tag? Look no further since AverMedia has you covered with their latest Deluxe Hi-Gain DTV Antenna.

Thursday, August 25 2011

Thermaltake Max 5G USB 3.0 HDD Enclosure Review @ Tweaknews

Posted by Nathan @ 8:41 PM (EDT)

The Max 5G provides everything one could ask for in an external HDD enclosure - sturdy construction, support for the latest SATA III drives, a fast USB 3.0 connection, and active cooling to help ensure your data stays as safe as possible.



ASUS GeForce GTX 560 DirectCU II TOP Video Card Review @ Legit Reviews

Posted by Nathan @ 8:40 PM (EDT)

ASUS has been making top quality motherboards for years and that commitment to quality has continued through to their full line up of video cards. They are often listed on the short list of manufacturers when thinking about which version of any given series of graphics card to buy. This sample is no different with our testing showing the ASUS GTX560 DirectCU II Top performing between 1% and 30% better than the NVIDIA reference card across the benchmarks...


Dell Vostro V131 Review @ TechReviewSource.com

Posted by Nathan @ 8:40 PM (EDT)

The Dell Vostro V131 is a 13-inch notebook that is affordable and offers an update to Dell's small-business laptop line. The V131 starts with a basic configuration that will be attractive for budget shoppers, but for a little extra money, you get good battery life, a Core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM.

NZXT HAVIK 140 CPU Cooler @ Benchmark Reviews

Posted by Nathan @ 8:39 PM (EDT)

Ah, another day, another CPU cooler. This time it's from NZXT, a company that started out making low-priced computer cases with features and quality normally seen only on more expensive products. Then they added a line of premium sleeved cables, case fans, mice, higher-end cases like the critically acclaimed Phantom, and even power supplies. The NZXT HAVIK 140 is their first CPU cooler, and they're aiming directly at the high-end air cooling market with an MSRP of $74.99. Benchmark Reviews tests their latest offering to see if it can play with the big boys.

Plextor PX-LB950UE External 12x Blu-ray Writer Review @ PCSTATS

Posted by Nathan @ 8:39 PM (EDT)

In recent weeks the talk of the town has been a sleek black external 12x Blu-ray WRITER from the folks at Plextor. The Plextor PX-LB950UE connects via USB 3.0 or eSATA cables and is capable of burning single layer Blu-ray Disk (BD) media at 12x, double layer BD media at 8x and DVD-R media at 16x speeds. In addition, it supports the playback of Blu-ray 3D movie titles. The bonus to going the Blu-ray writer route, is that BD-R media is even more useful than DVD media for archiving MASSIVE amounts of data.

MSI Z68A-GD65 (G3) PCI-Express 3.0 @ techPowerUp

Posted by Nathan @ 8:39 PM (EDT)

Our first look at PCIe 3.0 comes from none other than MSI, with their recently launched Z68A-GD65 (G3). Adding support early for future Intel CPUs, the Z68A-GD65 (G3), with its true PCIe 3.0 support, not only offers a bit for the future, but also a bit of extra speed, right now. We take the overclocking-oriented Z68A-GD65 (G3) for a spin.


Synology DS110J NAS Review @ XSReviews.co.uk

Posted by Nathan @ 8:38 PM (EDT)

While it might no longer be the smallest or cheapest NAS that Synology have available, the DS110J is still up there and you can buy it with built in storage if you so choose. It might look a little antiquated, but it still packs Synology’s disk station software which is some of the best we’ve tested.

Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 & AMD A8-3800 @ LanOC Reviews

Posted by Nathan @ 8:37 PM (EDT)

It has only been a few weeks since AMD introduced their Llano APU and things are finally starting to come together. Today Sapphire is joining the mix with an addition from their Pure line, the Pure Platinum A75. Sapphire has had a big push to become a name to be reckoned with in the motherboard market and their Pure line has thus far done a good job. Paired up with an AMD A8-3800, today we will be taking a look at both Sapphires new board and the A-Series platform as a whole.

Sapphire Radeon HD 6670 Ultimate 1GB Graphics Card Review @ eTeknix.com

Posted by Nathan @ 8:36 PM (EDT)

This years video card industry has brought a plethora of upgrades to the market, technologies such as multi-monitor solutions and 3D are some of the tops that come to mind. The video card company that takes it a step further and comes up with their own niche, creates technologies that no other manufacturer has are the ones that going to succeed. Sapphire has proven themselves one of these innovative manufacturers time and time again, first with vapor-X cooling, next making Eyefinity out of the box solutions with their FleX technology.

Wednesday, August 24 2011

Samsung UN55D7000 55 Inch Smart LED 3D TV Review @ Tweaknews

Posted by Nathan @ 6:21 PM (EDT)

Samsung's UN55D7000 Smart LED 3D TV is a display that pushes the boundaries of what a consumer can expect when purchasing a HDTV in today's market. Not only can they view their favorite Blu ray movies and HD satellite/cable content, they can now use their TV to browse online. With the integrated WIFI, internet browser and Youtube/Facebook/Netflix widgets, your TV could become a very basic Home Theater PC.

CLICK HERE FOR Samsung UN55D7000 55 Inch Smart LED 3D TV DEALS & PRICING


Lian Li PC-C60 HTPC Case @ Pro-Clockers

Posted by Nathan @ 6:18 PM (EDT)

Lian Li knows this and is making more and more home theater cases as the needs of the end user changes. Their latest HTPC case is the PC-60 which offers a lot of features very few cases of this type don’t. it starts with USB 3.0, room for several hard drives, more than enough cooling and able to support very large computers. All you still get the Lian Li quality that we have grown to love.

Razer Imperator 2012 Expert Dual Sensor Gaming Mouse Review @ eTeknix.com

Posted by Nathan @ 6:18 PM (EDT)

Razer have tried to create one of the best mice possible with the Imperator 2012. They have incorporated two sensors in what they call the 4G Dual Sensor System which gives a very impressive 6,400 DPI and should allow it to track on any surface due to the combination of an Optical and Laser Sensor.


Asus Sabertooth AMD 990FX Motherboard Review @ OCIA.net

Posted by Nathan @ 6:17 PM (EDT)

There are a wide array of motherboard manufacturers cranking out AM3+ boards, with chipsets ranging from the venerable 760G up through the gamut of 800 series. Of course AMD has also refreshed its chipset naming to match the new CPUs, and motherboards based on the 970, 990X and top dog 990FX are also available. It's two of these 900 series of boards that ASUS has sent over for review; the one we will be focusing on today is the Sabertooth 990FX.

CLICK HERE FOR Asus Sabertooth AMD 990FX Motherboard DEALS & PRICING

Zalman ZM-VE200 External HDD Case + Virtual Drive Review @ Real World Labs

Posted by Nathan @ 6:17 PM (EDT)

USB 3.0 compatible External HDD Enclosures may hold the top spot in terms of raw data transfer speeds but the latest offering by Zalman called the ZM-VE200 offers very good performance via eSATA, excellent build quality, VFW display screen, software-free ISO image mounting and all that at a killer price.


AMD A8-3850 APU Overclocking w/ 7 Processors @ Legit Reviews

Posted by Nathan @ 6:17 PM (EDT)

When AMD released the 'Lynx' desktop platform back in June 2011, our motherboard reviewer ran into some bad luck when overclocking the processor. When you get a new platform setup for the very first time you really don't know what to expect and it does take some time to learn all the quirks and nuances of a new processor and motherboard. We recently ordered in six more processors and then overclocked all seven of them to see what the best one would be for our test system!

Bitfenix Shinobi Gaming Chassis Review @ OverclockersHQ

Posted by Nathan @ 6:16 PM (EDT)

Looking to be a competitor with other lower cost cases, BitFenix released the Shinobi, a mid-tower case that brings a bit of sleekness and elegance to the table. It comes in two options the non-windowed version and the windowed version. With room for an additional 5 fan mounts plus the 2 it comes with, as well as the 7 expansion slots the Shinobi looks like it will be able to rise to the challenge of being a competitor. On that note let's take a closer look at this chassis from BitFenix to see how it stacks up against the rest.


AMD 990FX Motherboard Round-Up: Asus, ASRock, Gigabyte @ HotHardware.com

Posted by Nathan @ 6:16 PM (EDT)

With AMD’s FX-Series process due to arrive sometime in the not too distant future, we thought it was a good time to check out a few high-end 990FX-based motherboards. We want to give you prospective AMD buyers a glimpse at some ‘boards designed with the FX-Series in mind. The ASUS CrossHair V Formula, ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Professional, and Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 we'll be looking at here all offer official support for upcoming 8-Core AMD FX-Series processors and a whole lot more...


ASUS Rampage III Gene X58 LGA1366 mATX ROG Motherboard Review @ Hi Tech Legion

Posted by Nathan @ 6:16 PM (EDT)

The ASUS Rampage III GENE Motherboard is fully loaded with features to make even the most hardcore enthusiasts happy. The ASUS Rampage III GENE is mATX in form factor, but certainly does not let this get in the way of being a full featured LGA 1366 motherboard built around the X58 chipset. The GENE bears ASUS’ “Rampage III” and “Republic of Gamers” tags, and this translates to a wealth of overclocking and tweaking features for the enthusiast. The Rampage III GENE is SLI and Crossfire-X capable for multiple GPU setups for extreme gaming performance even in a small chassis.


Thermaltake Jing Heatsink Review @ Frostytech.com

Posted by Nathan @ 6:14 PM (EDT)

Thermaltake's Jing heatsink, a dual fan tower style cooler that comes in a bright shade of nuclear green. The green is supposed evoke nature and 'Jing' supposedly means 'wind' in Mandarin. The heatsinks' twin 128mm fans spin at 800-1300RPM in a push-pull orientation and create a modest amount of noise according to our real world sound measurements. Weighing a hefty 920 grams, the Thermaltake Jing stands 161mm tall and installs onto Intel socket 775/1155/1156/1366 and AMD socket AM2/AM3+ processors.

CLICK HERE FOR Thermaltake Jing Heatsink DEALS & PRICING

iXBT Labs Review: AMD A6-3650, A8-3850 APUs

Posted by Nathan @ 6:14 PM (EDT)

AMD's Bulldozer architecture is still a few more months away, but now we at least have new APUs to tinker with in the mean time. And while Brazos APUs were aimed at 'surrogates' like nettops/netbooks, the new Sabine and Lynx platforms are more full-fledged and intended for real PCs: mobile and desktop, respectively.

OCZ RevoDrive3 X2 SuperScale PCI-E SSD @ Benchmark Reviews

Posted by Nathan @ 6:14 PM (EDT)

Solid State Drive storage began as a technology best suited for durable computer devices, then slowly evolved into the notebook and desktop space with affordable high-speed SATA-based SSD solutions. Once SSDs became mainstream for power users, the demand for high-performance workstations and servers soon followed. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests the OCZ RevoDrive3 X2 PCI-E workstation-class solid state drive against several enthusiast options. Available in 240-960GB capacities, the model RVD3X2-FHPX4 PCI-Express workstation-class SSD uses OCZ's SuperScale storage controller to produce up to 230,000 IOPS with transfers up to 1500 MB/s.

Corsair Force GT 120 GByte Review @ ocaholic

Posted by Nathan @ 6:13 PM (EDT)

With the Force GT, Corsair has a Solid State Drive in its portfolio which is based on the latest SandForce SF-2281 series SSD processor. The drive also features SATA-III support and Corsair claims that the it can reach throughput rates of more than 500 MByte. Also for the IOPS the manufacturer promises sky-high numbers. When processing 4 KByte blocks the Force GT should be able to max out at a whopoing 85'000 IOPS.


Monday, August 22 2011

Cooler Master Storm Enforcer Gaming Case Review @ Tweaknews

Posted by Nathan @ 9:04 PM (EDT)

With good cooling performance, a rich feature set, great looks and a roomy and convenient interior, the Cooler Master Storm Enforcer is one of the better mid-tower chassis I've seen in a long time. The interior is highly configurable and easy to work in with cable management aids that really work well.


CLICK HERE FOR Cooler Master Storm Enforcer DEALS & PRICING

HP Elitebook 2560p Review @ TechReviewSource.com

Posted by Nathan @ 9:03 PM (EDT)

The HP Elitebook 2560p is incredibly fast and full-featured for a pint-sized business laptop. It boasts a speedy Core i5 processor and multiple battery options that can yield up to 9 hours on the road. Add to that a modern look, thanks to a new aluminum design, and you can safely say that this business ultraportable is worth looking into.


TechREACTION Review: Thermaltake Chasar Mk I

Posted by Nathan @ 9:03 PM (EDT)

The wire management was first class, and proved it could handle our tests with ease. It gave us a nice clean installation, which will improve air flow throughout the case, keeping your prized hardware nice and cool. The Chasar MK-I held our Nvidia 590 like a baby, with plenty of space, before we hit the HDD section. This is great news for Thermaltake, because it will allow people to buy the best/biggest cards on the market to use in their setups in order to get the most out of their system.


Asus Black Diamond RT-N56U Router and USB-N13 Adapter Review @ OCIA.net

Posted by Nathan @ 9:02 PM (EDT)

It feels like just yesterday that the name Asus was associated with motherboards and graphics cards; a big name to enthusiasts, but not to the consumer electronics market. Now, Asus has snuck into all kinds of mainstream markets, including laptops, Android tablets, and even wireless hardware. Today, we’ll be taking a look at their “Black Diamond” RT-N56U Wireless-N Router in combination with the USB-N13 Wireless-N Adapter.

CLICK HERE FOR Asus Black Diamond RT-N56U Router DEALS & PRICING



Silent Watercooling - Component Guide & Radiator Shoot Out @ Vortez

Posted by Nathan @ 9:02 PM (EDT)

As the heat can be transferred away from the source (in the coolant), you can massively increase the surface area with which you transfer the heat to the air. Instead of being limited to a cooler that can only hold one or two 120mm fans, you can use a radiator that holds pretty much as many as you desire, and even then you can use more than one radiator. This massive increase in heat transferring surface area allows you to dramatically reduce the speed of the fans used, or even remove them entirely – reducing the noise of the system enormously.

Corsair Carbide Series 400R Case Review @ Legit Reviews

Posted by Nathan @ 9:01 PM (EDT)

Corsair simply nailed it with the Carbide Series 400R mid-tower case. The first thing I noticed taking this steel case out of the box was it is fairly light at under 16 pounds! It was very sturdy and I didn't feel like I was going to be breaking plastic parts while reviewing the case. The elegant sleek design may escape you are first look but it is certainly there. It may take the first time for you to see the PC turned on to see how well it works with the white LED lights provided on the front panels and front case fans. Sure it only comes with three fan to start but if you are feeling creative you can have up to ten to create a wind tunnel in your Corsair Carbide Series 400R.

G.Skill RipjawsX PC3-14900 Cas 9 Review @ OCC

Posted by Nathan @ 9:01 PM (EDT)

My goal was to increase the memory frequency as much as I could while keeping the latency timings low. In my efforts, I was able to push this set to 2000MHz before receiving errors in Memtest86+ and losing stability. I did attempt to loosen the timings to 10-10-10-28 and push higher than 2000MHz, but it resulted in dropped performance. Thus, the overclocked tests were run with these modules at 2000MHz with stock latency timings.


Posted by Nathan @ 9:01 PM (EDT)

GIGABYTE is known around the world for their forefront in motherboard technology and their wide selection across all existing platforms. With the introduction of Intel's Sandy Bridge, a plethora of motherboards have hit the market, each boasting performance enhancements. Today we look at GIGABYTE's more recent iteration of the Z68 chipset: the GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-UD5. This board was built to a more industrial standard and the quality shows. For those of you who want the most out of your Intel i5 K- series, for $270 this is a serious contender for the competition.


Sunday, August 21 2011

Speedlink Metis Wireless Headset Review @ XSReviews.co.uk

Posted by Nathan @ 9:33 PM (EDT)

As one of the larger generic peripheral manufacturers, computer users (and indeed XSReviews) are no strangers to Speedlink’s products. Today, we are looking at the Speedlink Metis, a wireless headset. It’s got a boom mic, USB transmitter and a rechargable internal battery. Is it any good though? Read on to find the out the full prognosis.

Asrock Fata1ty Z68 Professional Gen3 1155 Motherboard @ Pro-Clockers

Posted by Nathan @ 9:33 PM (EDT)

They are back at it with a new motherboard based on the Intel Z68 chipset. Being built on Intel’s latest chipset is not the motherboard’s claim to instant fame but it is labeled as the first motherboard to offer Generation 3 PCIe bandwidth. As of now there aren’t too many video cards that can push the 2nd PCIe bandwidth offering to its edge. So, it is a matter of being prepared when the time comes because it is coming, sooner or later.

ASUS Mars II 3 GB Dual GTX 580 @ techPowerUp

Posted by Nathan @ 9:32 PM (EDT)

The ASUS MARS II is a monster graphics card consisting of two GeForce GTX 580 GPUs on a single PCB using triple slot cooling. Unlike the NVIDIA GTX 590, the MARS II comes with full GTX 580 clock speeds which give the card an almost 20% performance advantage over the GTX 590, making the card the fastest graphics card in the world, but also the most expensive at $1500.

Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 Full Tower Case Review @ OCIA.net

Posted by Nathan @ 9:31 PM (EDT)

The blue highlights around the case are the most noticeable feature when it first comes out of the box. I like the headset hook on the MK-1 far more than the one that was included with the Level 10 GT. It folds up and is out of the way until it is needed. Taking a look at the side we can see the stylized window and large vent opening.


Patriot Memory Supersonic 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Real World Labs

Posted by Nathan @ 9:30 PM (EDT)

The latest Supersonic 64GB Quad Channel USB 3.0 Flash Drive by Patriot Memory is the ideal choice for people who need a small, durable USB flash drive with plenty of storage space , blazing fast speeds and an awesome price tag.

CLICK HERE FOR Patriot Memory Supersonic 64GB DEALS & PRICING

GIGABYTE X58A-OC Review @ Vortez

Posted by Nathan @ 9:30 PM (EDT)

Some people believe that the X58 chipset is dead and buried. While it is clear that many enthusiasts are heading towards Z68 and P67 based motherboards, like some mass exodus, there are those who still believe that X58 still has a lot to offer. GIGABYTE have been at the forefront with regard to X58 motherboards releasing some excellent examples such as the magnificent GA-X58 UD3R and UD5 along with the ultra-gaming platform catering for multi GPUs, the UD9. They have continued this excellent repertoire more recently with some stunning quality motherboards of late, namely the G1 Guerrilla Sniper and Assassin boards. The motherboard we have for review today however is something even more special, even more niche, which has one unique selling point and one group in mind...overclockers.


Plextor Portable 500GB Hard Disk Drive @ Tech-Reviews.co.uk

Posted by Nathan @ 9:29 PM (EDT)

Plextor’s PX-PH500US is a sleek 500GB external hard drive that is truly portable in the sense that it can fit into most pockets; something many drives marketed as “portable” are unable to match. Besides its handy size, the unit offers the benefits of an eSATA connection alongside the hot pluggable USB option making the drive an attractive purchase for those of us on the move. Read on for a more detailed analysis.

TT eSPORTS Shock One DTS 5.1 Gaming Headset Review @Hi Tech Legion

Posted by Nathan @ 9:29 PM (EDT)

The TT eSPORTS Shock One Gaming Headset by Thermaltake are the flagship model in their line of sound solutions for the gamer. They meet or exceed my criteria for comfort, construction and sound quality. The TT eSPORTS Shock Ones are a must try if you constantly find yourself popping up in the Spawn since you can’t hear what is creeping up behind you.

GIGABYTE X58A-OC LGA1366 ATX Extreme Overclocking Motherboard Review @ FL

Posted by Nathan @ 9:28 PM (EDT)

Various DDR3 memory kits are often marketed for setting some kind of MHz record. Even video cards carry the overclock (OC) moniker, yet most users don’t really do that with them. But every motherboard seems to advertise overclocking, yet only GIGABYTE hasn’t shied away from this extremely niche market. That’s why they’ve stepped it up by introducing the X58A-OC. It’s a board that is marketed straight to extreme overclockers and excels whether using air, water, or liquid nitrogen for cooling. The goal with this board is to help you overclock the living juice out of your Intel Core i7 LGA1366 processor.