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Another day, another gaming headset. We’re becoming quite the gaming headset encyclopedia over here (and we’re definitely not complaining). That said, after several other competitors gave us some of their best products to test, Coolermaster piped up, showing us their Sirus 5.1 offering. Let’s see how it compares and if you should drop your hard earned greenbacks on a pair. Design, Comfort & Build Quality From a design perspective, we really like the Sirus headset. It’s subdued and reserved in appearance — something we like. While overly flashy graphics and lights (like the SteelSeries Diablo headset) can be done well,…

As is true in many areas in life, the tools one uses to complete a task aren’t quite as important as the skill of the tool’s user. Translated to the world of PC gaming: Going out and buying the most expensive accessories and hardware that money can buy won’t instantly turn you into a pro capable of fragging foes left and right without so much as a scratch on your face. That said, having a higher end mouse and keyboard certainly wouldn’t hurt. CoolerMaster was kind enough to send us their brand new QuickFire Pro and Sentinel Advance II gaming…

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Gaming Mice are kind of like headphones in the sense that everybody’s hands and feeling of comfort are different. No to mention, the way you actually grip the mouse is a big factor in choosing a mouse too. Whether it be palm, claw, or a mixture somewhere in between, there are dozens of options for the avid gamer. Today we’re going to take a look at CoolerMaster’s Spawn gaming mouse, that despite having “only” 3500 dpi and relatively low button count, still offers plenty of utility. But as is similar with many other areas of life, more does not always…

In the custom PC world, overclocking is the name of the game for the hardest of hardcore users. Wringing out extra performance from your hardware — for free — is one of the best feelings in the world. The only problem: increasing CPU speed and voltage means extra heat. While the most extreme PC enthusiasts will immediately look towards custom water cooling loops as they offer the most options and performance. But, what if you’re just dipping your toes into this whole custom PC thing. That’s where high-end air coolers such as the NZXT Havik 140 come into play. Step…