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Sean Webster

Sean Webster is an SSD fanatic and long time PC tech and enthusiast. He is obsessed with testing and reviewing products and specializes in storage technologies. He is also a professional photographer who indulges in portrait and automotive photography.

BitFenix AEGIS Core mATX Case Review

The BitFenix AEGIS is quite an interesting microATX case. Its shield-inspired front is stylistic and they claim that it also helps to keep down noise. It is offered in bold colors and just like many cases as of late, its designed has been heavy influenced by watercooling capability and modularity. This case can support up to eight 120mm fans or …

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Fractal Design R5 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Choosing the right computer case can take quite some time, especially nowadays when the market is flooded with choices. You have a plethora of size and design options. There are cases designed for the best cooling, others for aesthetics and others for silence, but often times, it is hard to find a case with the right mix of each of …

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Thermaltake Toughpower 1500W Gold PSU Unboxing & Overview

Thermaltake has been making power supplies for quite some time. They have models for all segments of the market, from entry level to PSUs that meet even the most extreme enthusiast’s demands. In fact, we’d venture to say, if you’ve been building systems for a while, odds are you’ve used a Thermaltake PSU at one point or another. Today we …

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Kingston HyperX Cloud II Pro Gaming Headset Review

Gaming headsets are a dime a dozen. You can go out and buy one for $20 or shell out a few hundred. What Kingston had done with their original HyperX Cloud last year was that they created a quality headset for a value price. Now, they have built upon its success and have released the HyperX Cloud II. It offers …

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Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU Cooler Review

System cooling is very important in high end systems. Gamers and enthusiasts are always looking for another way to push their system to its limit, whether it be by operating system tweaks or overclocking their CPU for every last bit of performance. With CPUs hitting overclocks in the 4.5GHz to 5GHz range, CPU cooling is very important. High performance air …

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New Headset & Peripherals By Turtle Beach – CES 2015 Update

Turtle Beach had a great booth at CES this year, from live demo floors to private rooms, their set was rockin’! While there we were able to speak with David Lowey, senior director of corporate communications and public relations. He spoke to us about a brand new wireless headset for the Xbox One and their latest move into PC peripherals. The …

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SATA-IO Demo 4TB WD Hybrid Drives – Storage Visions 2015 Update

Making our rounds at Storage Visions 2015, the SATA-IO booth really caught our eye. SATA-IO is and independent organization which provides guidance and support for implementing the SATA specification. At the booth they are demonstrating SATA Express (SATAe) with some 4TB WD hybrid prototype drives as well as an M.2 SSD connected to an M.2 to SATAe adapter. SATAe was …

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Thermaltake Core V51 Mid-Tower PC Case Review

Established in 1999, Thermaltake has been in the computer case industry for years. Being a part time computer tech, I built plenty of rigs with their products. They typically offer plenty of value combining a high level of user convenience with their designs at low prices. Their new Core series of cases are no exception. Following the launch of the …

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Func KB-460 Keyboard Review

A few years ago, an era of change came to Func, and with it came a desire to redefine the gaming experience once again. In order to do this, they had to look beyond just cosmetics, and find a way to bring performance and functionality to its peak in one place. That’s where the KB-460 mechanical keyboard comes from. As …

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Canon EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM Telephoto Lens Review

Typically when you go to buy a DSLR and you don’t have any lenses already, you would opt to buy one with what is called a kit lens. It is called a kit lens because with DSLRs, there are two main parts to the camera. The body and the lens. Together they form a “kit,” you need both in order …

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