Wired2Fire Hadron review

The Hadron, from Wired2Fire, is much like a standard gaming PC – only much smaller. Where many are built into cube-style cases, the Hadron lives in a tiny – and rather good-looking – tower in the form of the EVGA Hadron Mini-ITX case.

The right-hand side provides a pair of USB 3.0 ports, as well as audio jacks and an almost invisible slot for a built-in DVD burner, although none was actually installed in our review sample [Please check this: the spec sheet says yes, AIDA64 says no].

Inside, we find an Intel Core i5-4670K overclocked to 4.2 GHz and cooled by a large (compared to the size of the PC) Raijintek Aidos CPU cooler, fitted with a pair of bright red and rather eye-catching fans.

These components include 16 GB of memory and a 250 GB Samsung EVO SSD, paired with a 1 TB Seagate Barracuda hard drive. Of more interest for this machine is the Asus GTX 760 Direct CU II graphics card powering core gaming performance.

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