AMD EPYC 7351P Review and more
Posted on: 10/20/2017 09:33 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AeroCool Project 7 P7-C0 Pro Mid-Tower Review
AMD EPYC 7351P Review
ASRock X299 Taichi Motherboard Review
ASUS ZenFone 4 Max (ZC520KL) Price, Specs & Offer Revealed
Dell XPS Tower Special Edition Review: A Coffee Lake-Infused Sleeper Rig
Eurocom Tornado F5 Gaming Laptop Review
GIGABYTE X399 Aorus Gaming 7 TR4 Motherboard Review
HyperX Cloud Alpha Review
Intel Cannon Lake Could Bring AVX-512 Instruction-set to the Mainstream
Intel X299 Motherboard Roundup
MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio 11 GB
MSI IMMERSE GH70 GAMING HEADSET Review
Reolink 5MP Security Camera Review
Sharkoon TG5 Chassis Review

AeroCool Project 7 P7-C0 Pro Mid-Tower Review
Dual tempered glass panels, RGB LED illumination with 4 different effects, 4 pre-installed fans and enough room for up to 3 radiators and the longest graphics cards around are just some of the features found in the brand new Project 7 P7-C0 Pro Mid-Tower by AeroCool.


Read full article @ NikKTech

AMD EPYC 7351P Review
Earlier this week we looked at the EPYC 7251 Linux performance as AMD's lowest-cost server CPU from this latest generation of Zen-based processors. That eight core / sixteen thread CPU packed a nice amount of performance considering its hitting the $500 price point, but if you are looking for a single socket system and have $750 USD to lay out on a CPU, the AMD EPYC 7351P packs in even more value.


Read full article @ Phoronix

ASRock X299 Taichi Motherboard Review
We are back with our third X299 motherboard review. Today our board comes from ASRock, it is their X299 Taichi. ASrock has explained their Taichi motherboards as the best value for your money. So basically they try and pack in the features for the best price possible. In the past ASRock’s Taichi motherboards have been very solid and a great choice among gamers and enthusiasts. The X299 Taichi features a 13-phase power design, triple Ultra M.2 slots, multi-GPU support, dual LAN as well as dual band 802.11ac WiFi, USB 3.1, and even some RGB lighting. It is hard to find another X299 motherboard with all of these features in the same price range as the Taichi. Let’s dive in and see what the X299 Taichi is all about.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

ASUS ZenFone 4 Max (ZC520KL) Price, Specs & Offer Revealed
It's unbelievable what ASUS is providing in the new *ASUS ZenFone 4 Max* for just $189! Even more unbelievable - their special limited launch offer!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition Review: A Coffee Lake-Infused Sleeper Rig
Anyone who is into street racing knows never to assume what the other driver is rocking underneath the hood. Sure, that family sedan may look like it would get throttled by a Mustang or Camaro, but if it's sporting a souped up engine inside and maybe even a shot of NOS, it will burn rubber with the best of them. Likewise, Dell's updated XPS Tower Special Edition desktop system rolls to the line with a subdued style that seemingly belies what lays inside its compact chassis.

Make no mistake, the XPS Tower SE is not a run-of-the-mill OEM system. It has some unique features that we will get to shortly, but more importantly, it is able to keep pace with sportier looking desktops...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Eurocom Tornado F5 Gaming Laptop Review
Equipped with a Core i7-7700K processor and a GTX 1080, the Eurocom Tornado F5 hopes to blow away the high-end laptop competition.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

GIGABYTE X399 Aorus Gaming 7 TR4 Motherboard Review
We review GIGABYTE's X399 Aorus Gaming 7 and see how it stacks up in the world of HEDT motherboards. This motherboard is not priced all that high considering the amount of features it touts and certainly it is not priced high for the stability we were afforded while overclocking the Threadripper to 4GHz.

GIGABYTE is one of the largest and most influential computer hardware manufacturers in the world today. The company has been around for decades and established a reputation for building innovative, stable, reliable, and high-performance motherboards. In recent years, the company has diversified its product line and now produces graphics cards, cases, laptops, and other computing oriented peripherals and devices. There was a time when GIGABYTE wasn’t my favorite brand or even a brand I liked. For a long time, GIGABYTE was another name out there in a very large market. Now, there aren’t nearly as many players on the field and GIGABYTE has not only survived a cut-throat market, but has flourished in it. GIGABYTE is not always the first to market with an idea or a product, but GIGABYTE usually hits the ground with its own take on something and is usually successful with it.

As some of you may have noticed, each of the companies producing X399 motherboards is only showing 1 or 2 models at this time. I’ve often been asked if more budget oriented offerings will hit the market anytime soon and frankly, I don’t think those will. Motherboard manufacturers have had to go through R&D of more motherboard platforms this year and in the months preceding these releases than in any other year I can recall in the last two decades. Motherboard manufacturers have had to contend with Z270, X299, X370, X399, and now Z370. That’s a monumental undertaking for all involved. Each of the companies involved have had varying degrees of success with each platform. All of these except for Z270 have had more problems than we are used to seeing. Z270 worked out well because it’s little more than an update to Z170 for a new model year and its changes aren’t anything to write home about. Plus, as I understand it, these were planned well in advance and things went smoothly, which led to a solid launch. X299, X370, and X399 have all been rushed products.


Read full article @ HardOCP

HyperX Cloud Alpha Review
The Alpha looks set to improve the original Cloud design and includes some notable changes, including fully modular cables for convenient connectivity. The more notable change would be the redesigned ear-cups that feature dual chambers to help the 50mm drivers render sound with greater accuracy and less distortion. There are various returning features, including the detachable noise cancelling microphone, the use of 'signature' HyperX memory foam for comfort, and a discrete in-line remote control for on-the-fly volume adjustment and microphone muting.


Read full article @ Vortez

Intel Cannon Lake Could Bring AVX-512 Instruction-set to the Mainstream
Intel's next-generation "Cannon Lake" CPU micro-architecture could see the introduction of the AVX-512 instruction-set to the mainstream segments (MSDT or mainstream-desktop, and mobile). It is currently available on the company's Core X "Skylake-X" HEDT processors, and on the company's Xeon "Skylake-W," Xeon Scalable "Skylake-SP," and in a limited form on the Xeon Phi Knights Landing and Knights Mill scalar compute chips.

The upcoming "Cannon Lake" mainstream silicon will feature AVX512F, AVX512CD, AVX512DQ, AVX512BW, and AVX512VL instructions, and will support AVX512_IFMA and AVX512_VBMI commands, making it a slightly broader implementation of AVX-512 than the "Skylake-SP" silicon. The new AVX-512 will vastly improve performance of compute-intensive applications that take advantage of it. It will also be a key component of future security standards.


Read full article @ techPowerUp

Intel X299 Motherboard Roundup
This roundup of Intel X299 Skylake-X & Kaby Lake-X motherboards pulls from our reviews, and includes recommendations for gaming, value & performance.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio 11 GB
MSI has fused the amazing cooler of the GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z with the more affordable PCB design of the Gaming X. The card also includes the mesmerizing RGB effects from the Lightning Z and delivers noise levels that match the quietest GTX 1080 Tis we ever tested.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

MSI IMMERSE GH70 GAMING HEADSET Review
Micro-Star International, better known as MSI has sent us a treat! We will be taking a look at one of their latest products, the MSI Immerse GH70 Gaming Headset. Websters dictionary describes “immerse” as “to plunge into something that surrounds or covers…” and “completely immersed in his work”. Lets see if the MSI Immerse GH70 Gaming Headset stands up to that mission AND lives up to its name!


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Reolink 5MP Security Camera Review
So, the new 5MP brings Reolink to a new level of image quality. I was quite happy with the images from my 411WS with its 4-megapixel sensor (2560 x 1440), but wow - the 5-megapixel sensor opens you up to 3072 x 1728 resolution, and that is a significant step up. Bigger is better, right? Well, yes - but the roughly 30% increase in resolution means a fair amount of additional data can be streaming through your network, and if you have an older or inadequate network, then the extra data load may slow you down a bit. Add a few 5MP cameras to your system and you may soon be in the market for a nice network upgrade.


Read full article @ OCC

Sharkoon TG5 Chassis Review
Sharkoon may not be the first name you think of when it comes to buying a new computer case but they have been very active through the years crafting components and peripherals. They mostly focus on the budget side of the market, however some of their fans which we have tested have been very good. The next stage for them then is to wrap a case around those fans – and today we look at the new tempered glass TG5 – which retails for only £60 in the UK.


Read full article @ KitGuru




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