Watch this excellent drum cover of Slam Dunk's opening theme by this S.White.
During Computex, Kingston brought one of China's top modder, Wei Zheng, and we sit down with him in an interview where he shares us his thoughts on his behemoth Proud of Bloud Harley Davidson-inspired casemod projects and some inspiring words for upcoming modders.
Let's take a look at Kingston's latest addition to their DDR4 lineup, the HyperX FURY DDR4 memory kit. We have really high expectations for the FURY as we've seen these kits go 30% faster after overclocking. But the real highlight is the price. At $320 for a 32GB DDR4-2666 kit, you're getting a lot for your money. Read more about the HyperX FURY DDR4 memory kit in this #B2G review.
A good move by HyperX in releasing DDR3L modules. Why? Because if you're going Skylake there are boards that support DDR3L memory if you're on a budget.
Kingston/HyperX at it again with their new Cloud gaming headset! Is it just me or the Mav edition is just plain sexy?
The HyperX Cloud is without question a huge success for Kingston and has spawned numerous designs but Kingston is trying out something new with the release of the HyperX Revolver. With a metal frame and a striking physical appearance, this a serious contender to its brother's crown. Read on to find out more about the Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver in this #B2G review.
HyperX their Cloud gaming headset to the console market with the release of the CloudX officially licensed gaming headset for XBOX One & Windows. Its basically your beloved Cloud with a new travel case and braided cables. Find out more about the HyperX CloudX in this #B2G and just so we're on point, let's end this with another X.