Sennheiser GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset Review – Low latency headphone with a 100-hour battery

The Sennheiser GSP 370 are the latest headphones from one of the biggest names in audio. These sit at the bottom end of the current gaming line-up, replacing the older GSP 350, but will still set you back £170.   The stand out feature here is the insane 100-hour battery life, meaning you could play … Read more

The best G-Sync compatible gaming monitors for all budgets in 2019. 1080p, 1440p & 4K HDR 120Hz / 144Hz displays with FreeSync

Back when I first started building PCs, it was always a case of buying the largest but most affordable monitor going.  With budget builds costing hundreds, it can be difficult to bring yourself to pay another couple of hundred on a monitor. Similarly, if you have stretched your budget well over £1k you can easily … Read more

Thermaltake Pure 14 ARGB Sync Radiator Fan Review – The most affordable ARGB fans available

Following on from the review of the Thermaltake Level 20 MT that features three ARGB 120mm fans, I have been checking out the Pure 14 ARGB Radiator fans. As the name suggests these are designed for radiators and include extra long screws for mounting, however there is nothing stopping you using them as standard case … Read more

Thermaltake Level 20 MT ARGB Case Review – Premium ARGB looks for under £80

If you liked the look of the Thermaltake Level 20 GT RGB, I reviewed last year but can’t afford the £250+ price tag then the Level 20 MT ARGB could be the case for you. Priced at a very reasonable £84.98 on Scan or £79.99 with Overclockers this case offers both premium features and looks … Read more

Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB Cherry Blue Switch Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

I have mainly reviewed cases for Thermaltake in the past year, but they have a sub-brand called TT Premium which focusses on gaming peripherals. The TT Premium X1 RGB gaming keyboard is a feature-rich mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Blue switches and is currently available on Scan, Overclockers and Novatech for just £99. For some … Read more

Acer Predator Helios 500 i9 17.3” Gaming Laptop Review

It was clear from IFA 2018 that Acer is continuing to push forward in establishing themselves as one of the leading PC gaming brands. This included some over the top products such as the Predator Thronos gaming chair which weighs over 200KG and can accommodate three curved 27-inch monitors side-by-side. While the Thronos was a … Read more

Thermaltake View 22 TG Tempered Glass Review

I don’t get the opportunity to review much desktop PC related stuff, so I was excited when Thermaltake asked me to review one of their latest cases. The Thermaltake View 22 Tempered Glass is a mid-tower full ATX case which features streamlined front panel structure, one durable 4mm thick left tempered glass window, one preinstalled … Read more

Theme Hospital 2 coming in the form of Two Point Hospital

While not officially the 2nd game the developers behind Bullfrog’s beloved 1997 classic Theme Hospital, Two Point, have announced the development of Two Point Hospital. Like its predecessor, the design of the game is very light-hearted with comedic ailments and cartoon looking characters. Many people of my age have fond memories of new 21-year-old Theme … Read more

Dream Machines DM1 Pro S Review

I have covered a few gaming mice now, Logitech, in particular, has allowed me to review some fantastic mice. However today I have a mouse from a relatively unknown brand called Dream Machines. Dream Machines is a relatively new gaming hardware company based in Poland. They produce a range of bespoke gaming laptops similar to … Read more

Gaming DRM Denuvo cracked within 24 hours for Shadow of War

Denuvo was supposed to be the end to gaming piracy on the PC platform, famous cracking groups such as 3DM even quit the business due to more games using this new DRM. However, in the past year more and more games have been cracked. The first games used clunky techniques to bypass Denuvo, and it would … Read more

Logitech Lightspeed G703 Gaming Mouse & PowerPlay Wireless Charging Pad Review

The Logitech PowerPlay G703 gaming mouse and PowerPlay charging pad are 2 separate products but they work in unison so I am doing this review as one. The gaming mouse industry is generally less exciting than other parts of computer hardware, there is not a great deal you can do to improve a mouse, in … Read more

Havit Programmable Gaming Mouse Review with 4000DP & RGB – HV-MS794

Havit are one of the many low-cost/affordable peripheral makers that sell through Amazon. They have kindly sent us the Havit HV-MS794 gaming mouse to review. This is a wired gaming mouse with a claimed 4000DPI, 7 programmable buttons, and RGB all for the very affordable price of £16.99. Packaging is basic but nice, there are … Read more

AOSO 7.1 PC Gaming Headset Review – USB & Virtual Surround Sound

I was recently sent the AOSO 7.1 PC gaming headset to review which is apparently equipped with a virtual 7.1 channel surround sound engine and it also has a retractable microphone. The design of the headphones is very much in line with the gamers trend of bright lights, as you have bright blue LEDs circling … Read more

4 Hotly-Anticipated PC Games To Look Forward To In 2013

We might be well over half-way through 2013, but that doesn’t mean the gaming year is over yet – far from it. After the inevitable summer drought comes the equally-inevitable surge of end-of-year releases that has our wallets crying more than when a festively-generous Gabe Newell unleashes an irresistible Steam sale. To ensure that your … Read more