We showed up to PAX Prime running two systems based on Intel's brand new Core i7-5960X and X99 chipset configured for head-to-head competition. If you weren't able to make it, now you can see these two speed demons for yourself.
Overclocking can be quite intimidating, but not anymore!
By now, most of you have heard of or attempted to overclock your memory before. I want to start off by saying that this is not a blog that will make you a champion overclocker, but rather show you how easy it can be with Corsair’s X.M.P. Certified memory kits.
We know that Haswell-E can consume a tremendous amount of power when overclocked, but how much is "tremendous" in real world testing? As always, it depends on what you're using it for.
The question now isn’t just whether or not DDR4 offers an appreciable improvement over DDR3L for Skylake users, but whether it’s price-performance competitive. (It totally is.)
Our review roundup for the week of December 12, 2014 kicks off with a series of reviews for Corsair Gaming peripherals and closes out with some of our hottest new components, including the potent HX1000i power supply.