The ATH-CKR3iS is the cheapest one in the popular Japanese headphones brand Audio Technica’s new CKR line, and my friend just happens to have one. It’s fairly cheap, at only around $25 in the U.S (though the price in my area is a LOT higher). Let’s see how it sounds…Read more "Audio-Technica CKR3iS Review"
Following my Cloud II review, I’ve recently managed to borrow one of my other friends’ Sennheiser CX300 II. As my second review on this site, I’ll take a look at this popular entry-level purely musical in-ear headphones.Read more "Sennheiser CX300 II Review"
My introduction post about system cooling has been my most popular post so far, and as thus I’d like to dig a bit deeper into it, starting with the component that can be used in any PC cooling system, the case fans…Read more "Blades of Power – An Introduction to Computer Fans"
LEDs and other lighting schemes have always been a cherry-on-top for hardcore builders and enthusiasts alike, and with the recent release of the NZXT HUE+, I’m here to dig a bit further into this fancy “component”.Read more "Midnight Lightshow – An Introduction to Case Lighting"
Intel’s 6th-generation chipsets have been out for quite a while, and now I’m here to introduce them as well as to put forth my thoughts on them!Read more "Intel 6th-Generation Chipsets and their Motherboards."
In my first review on this site, I’ll review my friend’s recently bought Kingston HyperX Cloud II. It’s known to be one of the most bang-for-buck gaming headsets I can get, and, even though I myself am not too keen on gaming headsets, as I’m more of a music lover, I’m still quite interested in seeing how the Cloud II works.Read more "Kingston HyperX Cloud II Review"
Cases are something seen only in desktops, and they determine the majority of the desktop’s appearance and customizability. While a case’s looks may indeed be its most important feature, there are many other characteristics in a case that make it unique.Read more "Heavy Metal Armor – An Introduction to Cases"