Nauman Siddique

About Me

Greetings, I’m Nauman Siddique, a seasoned computer science graduate with over 15 years of rich experience in the world of technology. My passion for technology has driven my expertise in various facets of computer hardware, making me a go-to resource for insightful reviews and in-depth testing. In my free time, I’m always studying computers, here are some recent programs that I have finished.


Position at Tech4Gamers

At Tech4Gamers, I take on the role of Hardware Reviewer with pride. My responsibilities involve a thorough examination of essential hardware components like motherboards, graphics cards, processors, PC cases, and CPU coolers, among others, focusing on their complexities and functionalities.




Tech Journey

With a solid foundation in Computer Science and an advanced degree in Marketing, my career in the tech industry spans more than fifteen years, including valuable experiences at eXputer, EnosTech, and Appuals. Throughout this time, I’ve refined my expertise by building PCs, delving into the intricacies of technology, and conducting thorough hardware evaluations.

Current PC setup

Antec Neptune 240 Review [Expert’s Take + Verdict]

The Antec Neptune 240 ARGB offers a sleek 240mm AIO liquid CPU cooler with an integrated pump, ARGB lighting, and PWM fans. It provides compatibility with various Intel and AMD sockets, making it an appealing choice for users looking for a cooling solution with aesthetic appeal. However, it lacks precise control over pump speed, and potential design flaws, such as banged-up fins and a loose power cable, should be considered.

Cryorig H7 Review: Benchmarks, Unboxing & Verdict

The Cryorig H7 is a budget-friendly 120mm CPU cooler with efficient cooling, a unique Hive Fin design, and zero RAM incompatibility. It's ideal for users with compact PCs and Intel 7700k processors. While budget-friendly, installation can be challenging and lacks compatibility with Intel LGA-2011(3). Overall, it is a solid choice for budget-conscious users seeking efficient cooling in a compact form.

Deepcool Assassin II CPU Cooler Review

Deepcool Assassin II CPU Cooler impresses with its dual tower design, 8 copper heat pipes, and efficient cooling for high-performance CPUs, particularly Intel 12th gen processors. It balances noise and performance, making it a standout in the cooling market.

G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 32GB DDR5-6600 CL34 Kit Review

The G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 memory kit, priced at $124.99, is a high-performance offering from G.Skill. This 32GB kit (2x16GB) operates at 6600MHz with CL34 latency and 1.40V and is aimed at gamers, professionals, and overclockers.

Thermaltake Level 20 GT Review: Is It Worth It?

The Thermaltake Level 20 GT ARGB Black Edition is a premium full tower chassis with a sophisticated design and innovative features. With impressive cooling, rotational PCIe 8 slots, and a modern I/O panel, it caters to enthusiasts and gamers.

Deepcool Gammaxx GT Review: Unboxing, Benchmarks, Verdict

The Deepcool Gammaxx GT is a budget-friendly 120mm single tower air cooler with RGB lighting, offering solid performance and compatibility with AMD AM4 and various Intel sockets. Its direct contact technology ensures efficient thermal heat dissipation.

Deepcool Captain 240EX Review: Is It Worth It?

The Deepcool Captain 240EX RGB CPU Cooler impresses with its visually striking arc reactor design and vibrant RGB lighting. Featuring a 240mm radiator, high-performance TF120 fans, and a hassle-free installation process, it caters to users seeking a balance between aesthetics and efficient cooling.

Thermaltake View 51 Review: Unboxing + Benchmarks

Thermaltake View 51 Review is quite a PC case in its own. If for anything, this case is the perfected View 71 in many options.

Teamgroup T-Force Xtreem 48GB DDR5-8200 CL38 Kit Review

The Teamgroup T-Force Xtreem DDR5 8200MHz CL38 2x24GB memory kit, retailing at $309.99, is a high-performance option aimed at enthusiasts, overclockers, and professionals. Tested at 8200MT/s with tight timings, it excels in benchmarks, outperforming other kits in its category.

Asus Strix GeForce RTX 2080ti o11G Review

The Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080Ti O11G offers a visually stunning design with Aura RGB Lighting, dual BIOS flexibility, and solid 1440p gaming performance. However, its high power consumption and modest performance gain over the GTX 1080Ti may not justify an upgrade for current owners of higher-end 1000-series cards.

Drevo Tyrfing V2 Review [Unboxing, Benchmarks, Verdict]

The Drevo Tyrfing V2 is a compact TKL mechanical gaming keyboard offering Outemo switches, RGB backlighting, and a robust metallic build. It caters to users who prioritize a space-saving design, vibrant RGB lighting, and durable construction.

XPG Gammix S50 Lite Review: Unboxing + Benchmarks

The XPG Gammix S50 Lite is a budget-friendly M.2 NVMe PCIe4x4 SSD offering decent performance and reliability. It's aimed at users seeking a fair balance between PCIe 4.0 performance and affordability.

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Nobody Wants Concord As It Falls Below Top 700 Wishlisted Steam Games

Concord is PlayStation's biggest release next month, but its Steam wishlists hint at a disaster in the making.

PlayStation To Host Showcase In September For PS5 Pro, Says Analyst

An analyst claims that PlayStation is very likely to host a showcase in September, using ten big reasons to explain his stance.

Capcom Finds Nintendo Switch Too Weak For Monster Hunter Wilds

According to Capcom, Monster Hunter Wilds will not be released on the Nintendo Switch due to the console's hardware limitations.

Colorful Unveils CVN Z790D5 ARK FROZEN Motherboard For Intel CPUs

Colorful is set to launch the CVN Z790D5 ARK FROZEN motherboard, offering compatibility with three generations of Intel processors.

AMD Ryzen 9000 Debut Pushed Back By Few Weeks Amid Quality Concerns

AMD has now delayed the launch of its Ryzen 9000 series to August after some issues arose during the production.