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Gear Check: SteelSeries Siberia v2 Review
22/12/2013 a las 10:55
The Wowhead staff periodically reviews sweet gaming peripherals, and with the recent launch of our Sound Database, it seems fitting that we've got the
SteelSeries Siberia v2
to review today! Be sure to check out our
post as well--we've got a Moonkin Hatchling giveaway going on to celebrate.
SteelSeries Siberia v2
is the worthy successor to the original SteelSeries Siberia headset, which is highly regarded and revolutionized some headset features. This headset lives up to its legacy with a product that's surprisingly comfortable and stylish, not to mention it delivers high-quality sound.
Click the cut to read our complete review!
Intel's Short Film "When I Was An Elephant"
30/03/2011 a las 16:50
Some of you guys might remember our
back in December covering
Intel's x25M Solid State Drives
, where we showed off some of the mad skills these drives pack and gave you guys some insight into how they can positively expect your World of Warcraft (and general computing) experiences. They've got some new SSDs coming out and we'll hopefully get more details real soon - we might even have another
for you guys to look forward to!
For now, our friends over at Intel have worked with the
team to release a short film titled
When I Was An Elephant
. It's a quirky and avant-garde piece, especially when considering it's advertising Intel's solid state drives, but it's definitely worth checking out. Let us know what you think!
Gear Check: Intel x25M 160GB Solid State Drive
01/12/2010 a las 12:56
Let's face it - for many casual gamers, most high-end PC upgrades aren't really necessary. I'm sure the majority of our readers are World of Warcraft players, and I'm sure we all know that Blizzard has gone out of their way to ensure that World of Warcraft will run on nearly
. It's good that they do this, as it allows more people to enjoy the game (albeit at lower settings) and ultimately they get more subscribers - win/win scenario. However, I wanted to talk to the rest you guys out there about a technology that is still relatively new to most consumer computer users -
solid state drives
- and give you guys an idea of what they could mean for you, and your gaming experiences!
I'm sure some of our more tech-savvy users have at least heard of solid state drives, or SSDs as they are most commonly called. Some of you might even be using them in your computer (you lucky dogs)! Intel gave us a few of our own to test-drive, so I'd like to introduce you guys to the future of hard drives with simple pros and cons, elaborated on in ways that any Azerothian can understand!
Gear Check: Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition
11/05/2010 a las 10:55
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Gear Check: Peregrine Gaming Glove
04/03/2010 a las 15:21
So I'm going to be taking over and doing my own tech review this time, because I was excited about this product and I didn't want
to get the only one, like she did with that
This time I've got ahold of a
Peregrine Gaming Glove
. These things are new, you can't buy them yet—although you can pre-order them from the
. Join me after the break while we put this thing through it's paces!
Gear Check: Razer Naga MMO Gaming Mouse + Megasoma Mousing Surface!
19/10/2009 a las 02:02
Greetings Wowhead denizens! You may remember a few months ago I got my hands on some sweet Razer gaming peripherals and was able to give them a go and
share my opinions
with the rest of you. Back then we were looking at the
Razer Lycosa Gaming Keyboard
Razer DeathAdder Gaming Mouse
, and the
Razer Destructor Precision Gaming Surface
. I enjoyed using all of the products, and still use the Lycosa and Destructor to this day - anyone who has caught me on Team Fortress 2 or in our #Wowhead IRC channel has probably heard my blathering on about how much I love my Lycosa. Razer's new additions are no exception to the quality and performance I have come to expect from their products. Their latest offerings include the
Razer Megasoma™ Professional Gaming Mouse Mat
, a sleek, hybrid silicon mousepad that combines the best of both worlds and (most importantly) Razer'
Gear Check: Razer Lycosa, DeathAdder, Destructor
20/12/2008 a las 02:32
One of the things I've always liked about World of Warcraft is the fact that it is a relatively low maintenance PC game - it doesn't require the most hardcore hardware and expensive doodads in order to still provide an enjoyable gaming experience. I remember when I first started playing WoW, in May of 2005, I was playing on a salvaged Hewlett-Packard desktop with barely a month left of life in it, reveling in the much-loved experience of on-board video and way less than a gig of RAM.
I played through a ton of content on this machine, eventually upgrading my RAM so I wouldn't always die in
. I played on this machine thru Burning Crusade and all the way into Black Temple until the PC would finally have no more, and began greeting me with a
Blue Screen of Death
every raid. It was then I swore I would have no more of this foolishness, and I built the beloved PC I have today. It's gone through a few hardware upgrades, a new video card here, a new sound card there.
One thing I hadn't ever really put much thought into upgrading was i
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