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Cougar Intros 200K Gaming Keyboard

  Hmm…  a $30 gaming keyboard with features you’d expect from a much more expensive one…  

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Cougar 600M Gaming Mouse Review @ Kitguru

Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest products from Cougar, the 600M gaming mouse.  Cougar are a fairly new player in the gaming peripheral market, first announcing their range at Computex back in 2013.  We have tested a number of Cougar’s products in the past and have left with […]

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GIGABYTE X99 Gaming 5 LGA 2011-v3 Motherboard Review @ [H]

  GIGABYTE’s latest X99 Gaming 5 promises to be a solid overclocker with great features and a reasonable price tag. It comes with features like "Server Level Chokes" from Cooper Bussman and an all digital power solution from Power IR. Long Lifespan Durable Black capacitors and single package MOSFETs make the list as well. Review:  […]

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Tesoro Kuven Pro 5.1 Gaming Headset Video Review @ 3dGameMan

"The Tesoro Kuven Pro has separate drivers in each ear-cup making it a true 5.1 channel audio headset. Couple that with aggressive styling, great build quality, affordability, an excellent mic and you’ve got the perfect for gaming headset. " ~3dGameMan.com Link: http://3dgameman.com/reviews/1665/tesoro-kuven-pro-51-gaming-headset

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Cougar 600K Mechanical Keyboard & 600M Gaming Mouse Review @ TechSpot

Since launching its first mechanical gaming keyboard, Cougar has continued releasing PC gaming devices ranging from the ultra affordable to the relatively expensive. On the upper end of things, Cougar’s flagship 700K fetches $150, but for folks who can’t quite justify the price Cougar has developed the 600K we have in house for review. Along […]

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  Want to build a gaming system on a budget? Then you have to know where to spend your money to get the best bang for the buck. It’s always tempting to go for the flashy, high end motherboards with tons of extra features, but you may find that those extra features don’t buy you […]

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Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB Gaming Mouse Review @ Kitguru

Corsair’s latest gaming mouse – the Sabre, ships with a high-end, 6,000 DPIAvago ADNS S3988 optical sensor, strong back-end software and an RGB LED colour system which lets you pick just about any colour for the backlighting. Of course a lot of its contemporaries ship with similar features, so Corsair has to work hard to […]

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Far Cry 4 Video Card Performance Review @ [H]

  We play Far Cry 4 on no less than twelve different GPUs for this in-depth look at what graphics settings are playable in Far Cry 4. We will talk about playable settings and show apples-to-apples so you know what to expect in this game and what upgrading your video card may do for you […]

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LAN parties live on – How the internet hasn’t killed them off, yet @ TweakTown

QUOTE:"LAN parties are still going strong. Chris sat down with a few LAN admins, organizers and CEOs to chat about the issues they face in today’s climate." For more information, please visit – http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/6905/lan-parties-live-internet-hasnt-killed/index.html

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Cougar 600M Gaming Mouse Review @ Benchmark Reviews

  Cougar has become quite proficient in it’s ability to continually surprise with innovation in peripherals. With the most recent iteration of their gaming mouse series, the Cougar 600M, the uncompromising engineering and design approach is stretched to the very limits by offering it at a more budget-friendly price. Just taking one look at this […]

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