Recently I was in the market for a new set of gaming headphones for my Xbox 360 and after doing some searching at local stores I managed to find the Turtle Beach X41 Wireless headphones with 7.1 surround sound. The question now is, was the hefty price tag of $229 worth it for what you get with these headphones? Let’s take a look and find out.
First a big thanks to Barracuda Networks for providing the Barracuda Ethernet Tap for this Review.
For quite some time I have always wanted a packet sniffing system that I could power up at a moment’s notice and have it show me what’s going on from a packet point of view with the traffic going from my network to the internet. The two pieces of the puzzle I needed to do this were a laptop that could run Wireshark and an Ethernet Tap device that would go between my modem and my router and allow me to use the laptop connected to the Ethernet Tap running Wireshark to inspect all the packets. The laptop I already had however, the Ethernet Tap I didn’t have until I run across the Barracuda Ethernet Tap from Barracuda Networks and they were nice enough to provide one for this Review. Now let’s have a look at what all you can do with a system like this.
First a big thanks to Thermaltake for providing the TMG IA1 CPU Cooler for this Review.
The last CPU Cooler Review I done was when I took the stock CPU Cooler off my Intel based X6800 and replaced it with the Thermaltake SpinQ. Since the SpinQ is still in use on my main machine I figured I may as well put this new Thermaltake TMG IA1 on my second computer that runs an AMD 64 X2 4800 CPU and see how much better it is over the stock AMD CPU Cooler.
First a big thanks to Thermaltake for providing the Element V Full Tower Computer Case for this Review.
The last full tower computer case review I done was quite a while ago now and so today, I’m quite excited to finally get my hands on the Element V full Tower computer case from Thermaltake to see what it has to offer.