The first couple days of August are drawing to a close, and before they do we have some reviews for you to check out. Corsair's Carbide Air 540 Cube Case offers an interesting dual chamber design that's designed to better cool the hotter running components, and we have a look at it to see if that holds true. There's also a review on the Cooler Master Storm QuickFire XT keyboard, which is the full-size version of the company's popular QuickFire Rapid line. If you're in the market for a small and efficient computer, perhaps the review on the Gigabyte Brix Mini PC. It's based on Intel's Next Unit of Computing design, which is even smaller than Mini-ITX, and is something you really just have to see to believe. Our last review takes a look at AMD's new Catalyst 13.8 Beta driver, which is designed to eliminate any stuttering for a more fluid Crossfire experience. So far it's limited to a maximum resolution of 2560x1600, but if it does solve the problem then it'd be well worth the download.
Corsair Carbide Air 540 Cube Case @ Benchmark Reviews
AMD Catalyst 13.8 Beta Frame Pacing CrossFire Driver @ [H]ardOCP
Cooler Master Storm QuickFire XT Mechnical Keyboard @ LanOC Reviews
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Brix Mini PC Review: Gigabyte's Take On Small Form Factor Computing @ TechSpot