An unusual and fascinating survival game with one of the most memorable enemies in years.
Andy delves deep into the caverns of this chassis. Worth £130?
Micro machines meets Burnout in this surprisingly brilliant little racer.
A custom loop made easy?
aRGB capped POM, Tempered Glass, Aluminium and Steel reservoirs for your LCS.
Retro modern quadruped case has capacity for a 340mm GPU.
High-quality water-cooling parts and monster cases.
In the market for a huge show case? Raijintek might have just what you need in the Enyo.
Raijintek tries its hand at mini-ITX again after the unique and successful Metis.
We take a look at Raijintek's latest generation of water-cooling hardware.
The Metis evolves.
Standing out in the AIO market is tough, but the snazzy Orcus 240 does the trick.
Top-down cooler with a radial design.
Today we take a look at new and upcoming hardware from Be Quiet!, MSI, Cooler Master, and more.
Raijintek has upgraded the dinky Metis with some roof ventilation - we cram a GTX 1080 inside.
3D printed case, pumpless AIO coolers and plenty more on show during day 1 of Computex
Hefty heatsink weighs 515g.
We take a look back at the best and most interesting hardware launches from 2015
Raijintek has taken its aluminium cube, Metis, and scaled it up to micro-ATX
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2015 event
Raijintek's large cooler costs upwards of £60 so how does it fare against the competition?
This micro-ATX chassis is tuned for performance and can house one 240mm and one 280mm radiator
We take a look at this dinky aluminium cube case, which sells for just £40
Bundles coloured coolants, too.
We summarise everything we saw during our first day at Taipei's Computex 2014 event
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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