Does your system lack a spring in its step? A solid state drive (SSD) could help, and it just so happens today's top deal is for a Seagate 600 Series ST240HM000 240GB SATA III MLC Internal SSD for $189 with free shipping (nromally $210 - use coupon code SSDJUNPR). It offers up to 530MB/s sequential read and up to 440MB/s sequential write speeds and features on-the-fly error-correction algorithsm.
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Are mechanical keyboards all that and a bag of Kettle cooked sea salt and pepper chips? Honestly, we've never tasted a mechanical keyboard, but our fingers sure like typing on them. Find out for yourself with today's top deal for a Logitech G710 USB 2.1 Wired Gaming Mechanical Leyboard for $102 with free shipping (normally $150 - use coupon code EMCXPVN33). It uses whisper-quiet key switches so you can game late into the night without waking up the kids, dual-zone backlighting, and half a dozen programmable G keys.
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Cooler Master's CM Storm division just unveiled a new mouse for gamers. It's called "Havoc" and it will help you wreak havoc on virtual battlegrounds with an Avago 9,800 laser sensor that's adjustable from 100 DPI all the way to 8,200 DPI, suitable for both sniping and quick movements. It also features on-the-fly tuning (switch between different DPI levels in the middle of a firefight) and a bit of customizable bling.
What's 27 inches, has a 2ms response time, 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and a Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) resolution? Answer: Today's top deal, which is for an Asus VE278H 27-inch Widescreen Backlight LCD Monitor with Built-in Speakers for $230 with free shipping (normally $310 - use coupon code EMCXPXP54; additional $20 mail-in-rebate. This is a big monitor with HDMI and DVI connectivity, plus a 3-year parts and labor warranty.
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Are these the best PC power supplies in the world?
We're taught from a young age that it's good to have goals, and Cooler Master's are anything but modest. The case and cooling company wants to be known as the leading power supply brand in all the world, and the way it plans to achieve that lofty goal is by introducing its new V Series PSUs. These new power supplies eschew a multiple rail design in favor a single +12V rail, but what's most impressive is the rated efficiency.
We build a machine that’s red and black to hopefully beat our benchmarks black and blue
The Mission Variety is the spice of the Lab, so this month we decided to eschew our traditional builds and go with one you don’t see every day—an all-AMD computer, built with (most of) the best parts we could get our hands on. We’re sure some of you will question the purpose of this build, so our pre-emptive answer is we built it because we could, and we were curious to see how a balls-out AMD build would benchmark, as we haven’t seen over-the-top AMD rig since The Matrix: Revolutions let us down. Plus, everyone is always ragging on us for ignoring AMD, so here you go AMD enthusiasts—an entire PC built just for you.
Note: This article was originally featured in the January 2013 issue of the magazine.
With the vast majority of closed-loop water-cooling kits based on either Asetek or CoolIt designs, Cooler Master’s in-house-designed Seidon 120M easily stands out from the crowd. At just $70, it’s one of the more affordable kits we’ve seen, too, and though it’s not the answer to our cooling prayers, it proves you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a decent water cooler.
Note: This review originally appeared in the February 2013 issue of the magazine.
There are two ways to intimidate opponents when arriving at a LAN party. The first is to crash your mode of transportation through the host's living room wall or building, but you probably won't be invited back. The other way is to show up wielding today's top deal, a Cooler Master CM Storm Series Trooper (SGC-5000-KKN1) Black Steel / Plastic ATX Full Tower Computer Case for $135 with free shipping (normally $190 - use coupon code: EMCXSXV29 and additional $10 mail-in rebate). It looks aggressive, and since it's a full tower, you can load it up with hardware.
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The Scout 2 Advanced ships in new Ghost White and Midnight Black color options.
Cooler Master is relaunching its CM Storm Scout 2 mid-tower enclosure with a new "Advanced" edition. What's different about it? Well, it now comes in two new color options, Ghost White and Midnight Black, a decision Cooler Master made based on user feedback. The Ghost White version also comes with two limited edition Ghost White fans with white LEDs in the front of the chassis, as well as an additional rear exhaust fan.
Cooler Master came prepared with plenty of products to show off.
The folks at Cooler Master made the most of their suite at the Consumer Electronics Show by cramming it full of computer cases, air and liquid coolers, power supplies, and gaming accessories, including several unreleased products. Master of cool and Maximum PC Online Editor Jimmy Thang captured nearly 20 minutes of video touring Cooler Master's hardware, along with its CM Storm division.