DecryptedTech

Monday03 October 2022

Reviews
Reviews

Reviews (209)

Reviews and Evaluations done right

Children categories

Pro Gear (15)

Professional, Prosumer, and Enterprise product reviews

View items...

Enthusiast Gear (107)

Gear reviews for the Enthusiast and Gamer

View items...

Home Theater (2)

Home Theater equipment for the PC world

View items...

Consumer Gear (31)

Consumer and Entry Level products

View items...

Tech UnPlugged (1)

Mobile gear for the geek on the go

View items...

Gadgets (19)

All the fun toys that geeks love

View items...

Mobile Computing (7)

Laptops, netbooks, smartphones,... you know the stuff

View items...
Rate this item
(0 votes)
When you hear the term Crosshair several things come to mind. The first is probably the two lines that intersect inside the optics on a targeting scope (which were originally real hairs). The next could be the options in most…

Sprint's EVO 3D from HTC hits our lab Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
Not too long ago I made a comment about the iPhone losing ground in the smart phone market. Not too…

The Asus Sabertooth P67 Part I - Design and Features Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
We have been following Asus and their progress as a company for a very long time. When we first began…

MSI Big Bang Marshal Performance Review Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
So we have taken a look into how well the MSI Big Bang marshal was put together and now we are ready to put this board through its paces. We will be taking a look at this product from as…
Rate this item
(1 Vote)
There was a time when if you were talking about gaming you were talking about a desktop system. There was…

MSI's Big Bang Marshal shows off for us Part I Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
The term Big Bang is used by many scientists to describe the moment of creation. They say that before this event the universe was a chaotic mass of gasses and unformed matter. The gravity and heat combined to compress this…

The Lenovo USB 2.0 Dock with Digital video trys to impress Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
So you bought a new Windows 7 Based tablet. If you are like me you and you picked up the…

Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3 Scene I Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
The Z68 has been touted as “cougar point done right” and many other things. I have been asked if the…

Thermaltake V9 BlackX Edition in for a spin Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
When people think about cases many different things come to mind. To some the best case is a simple black box (or beige) that they put their components into and that is that. Others want more style to the box…

MSI's Z68A-GD80 Design and Feature Preview Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
At the request of some of our readers we are going to start splitting up the way we do our reviews. However, instead of the normal “unboxings” that we find out on the Internet we are going to break up…
Rate this item
(1 Vote)
The launch of the 450Mbps segment of the 802.11n specification was sort of backwards. We saw some of the first routers last year in the September – October time frame. Then at CES we got our first glimpse of one…
Rate this item
(2 votes)
Overclocking is a big deal these days. I can remember when it was just a bunch of crazed guys with too much money and free time on their hands. We used to do things like solder new resistors onto CPUs…
Rate this item
(0 votes)
Home networking is something that everyone knows a little about. Often times what they know is not accurate (to put it nicely). I have heard some of the most bizarre “facts” about home networks, wireless networking and pretty much everything…

ThermalTake Element Q in the lab Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
As motherboards get smaller and CPUs run cooler the demand for smaller cases grows. The idea of the small form…

PowerSkin for EVO 4G Heats things up Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
Anyone that owns a smart phone these days knows that there never seems to be enough battery life. This is…

Sometimes Control is good. Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(2 votes)
The net is full of articles talking about how this or that technology company is controlling their software, hardware, IP…
Rate this item
(0 votes)
You know there is nothing like a good keyboard; whether it is for work or for play you really cannot…
Rate this item
(0 votes)
With all the news about the Z68 and P6x chipsets these days is seems that many people feel the X58…

Kingstons' Data Traveler Ultimate G2 hits 100+MB/s Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)
One thing that you can never seem to have enough of is storage. As more and more people store large…

Asus' EAH6870 DirectCU gets a turn in our gaming machine Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(2 votes)
AMD’s 68xx series GPUs have been out for a little while now. This means that the boring time of stock and reference designs is well past and now we get to see what happens when a manufacturer puts their best…

The Field Monitor Pro Drops by the Lab, Decides to stay Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(3 votes)
One of the interesting items with today’s computer market is the use of multiples in so many components. When I…
Rate this item
(1 Vote)
Cooler Mater is a company that is certainly moving up. It was not that many years ago that they were not well thought of. This was until they released a lineup of cases and coolers that showed they were serious…

Asus' EEE Slate EP121 1A011M Poked and Prodded Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(5 votes)
With every new product that hits the market there are going to be winners and losers. This is true from…

The Asus Xonar Xense sounds off in the lab Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(1 Vote)
In the PC world audio components are often overlooked. There are only so many items that your average consumer can keep track of. They know CPU, GPU Motherboard. Some will know about the power supply but really not much else.…

Asus P8P67 WS Revolution hits our labs Featured

Written by
Rate this item
(1 Vote)
For our second review of 2011 we thought we would take a look at a P67 board (despite all the…

Page 8 of 9