All Ryzen: Q&A with AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su and more
Posted on: 06/27/2019 09:33 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

All Ryzen: Q&A with AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su
AORUS X570 I Pro WiFi Motherboard Preview & Unboxing
AORUS X570 Master Motherboard Preview & Unboxing
Autonomous ErgoChair 2 Review
Bitfenix Enso Mesh Review
Corsair Nightsword RGB Review
HyperX's QuadCast microphone reviewed
MSI MEG X570 ACE Motherboard Preview & Unboxing
OnePlus 6T Review
Plasma 5.16 Review
Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 2TB Review
Seagate EXOS X16 16TB SATA III HDD Review
Secret Lab Omega 2020 Gaming Chair Review
Synology DS419 Slim Four-Bay NAS Review
Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 2 Review

All Ryzen: Q&A with AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su
The biggest news of the annual Computex trade show came from AMD: the company is poised to launch its next generation Zen 2 microarchitecture, along with updates to its Ryzen and EPYC product lines. AMD is going all-in with its chiplet CPU architecture, as well as with its new RDNA graphics architecture for the upcoming Navi graphics product family. After AMD’s keynote, we joined a small roundtable of journalists to put questions to AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su.


Read full article @ Anandtech

AORUS X570 I Pro WiFi Motherboard Preview & Unboxing
AORUS X570 I Pro WiFi Have you been waiting for the new AMD X570 chipset? The wait is almost over! We have a few of the new motherboards kicking around our office as we get ready to review them. Of course, that means well also be testing the new CPUs (and more!).


Read full article @ eTeknix

AORUS X570 Master Motherboard Preview & Unboxing
The latest AMD X570 chipset is here at last. While we cant show you the benchmarks just yet, we are busy testing them! What we are allowed to do though, is take a quick look at what the motherboards have to offer.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Autonomous ErgoChair 2 Review
One of the things that is very over-looked when it comes to our PC setup is the chair. Our computer chair is something we sit in for hours at a time everyday, so having a comfortable chair that is also functional is very important. We know Autonomous for their SmartDesk series of affordable sit-stand desks. They are bringing that same philosophy to office chairs. Autonomous builds their products and sells them directly through their website so there are no middlemen or retail markups, that is how they are able to provide premium products at affordable prices. The office chair we are taking a look at today is their ErgoChair 2, which if you can guess from the name is an ergonomic chair. It offers a breathable mesh design, flexible lumbar system, and an Italian-designed tilt mechanism. Will this be the chair to replace our gaming chair? Read on as we find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Bitfenix Enso Mesh Review
The original Bitfenix Enso managed to impress with solid quality and cool looks. The Enso Mesh is built around the same base, but with much-improved airflow and accessibility to the front fans, which gives you more freedom to customize your cooling setup.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Corsair Nightsword RGB Review
Playing the weighting game. It's almost as if Corsair is trying to satisfy my own personal requirement, as while I'm a fan of the aforementioned Ironclaw - so much so that it now serves as my daily driver - I did describe the 130g weight as "rather hefty." Nightsword RGB should snuff out any such complaints as it is large, feature-packed and weight adjustable between 199g and 141g. It also happens to be priced identically to the Ironclaw RGB Wireless at £70, so has it done enough to convince me to swap over?

Well, not quite, as while there's plenty the Nightsword RGB gets right, it also has a few minor niggles that keep me returning to my faithful Ironclaw. There's a superficial drawback, firstly, in that I'm not entirely in love with the way the Nightsword looks. The initial appeal of the sci-fi-like design soon wears off, and though the mesh-covered RGB segments are nicely done, the overall aesthetic is a bit too busy for my personal tastes. Then again, I drive a Honda, and you can't expect me to have a mouse that's flashier than my car.


Read full article @ Hexus

HyperX's QuadCast microphone reviewed
I've been a fan of HyperX headsets since the first HyperX Cloud on account of their high build and sound quality, relatively clean design, and reasonable pricing. The weakness of early Cloud headsets was mediocre microphone quality, but the company largely remedied that issue with the Cloud Alpha, which was my daily driver before the Cloud Flight took over that position. Given it's extensive lineup of gaming headsets, it seems like a natural next step for HyperX to introduce a standalone microphone targeted at streamers and podcasters. The QuadCast is exactly that.


Read full article @ The Tech Report

MSI MEG X570 ACE Motherboard Preview & Unboxing
The latest AMD X570 chipset is here at last, well, it’s in our office at last. Unfortunately, you can’t play with it for a little while yet. However, while we’re not allowed to show you benchmarks, we can dive in for a quick look at what the new motherboards have to offer. The first up is the MSI MEG X570 ACE. We first saw this motherboard at Computex 2019 on the MSI Booth, but this is the first time we’ve got hands-on with it in the office. For starters, it has a pretty cool product name, but also comes packing many of the latest features that we’re sure you’re going to love!


Read full article @ eTeknix

OnePlus 6T Review
OnePlus has their new OnePlus 7 out now and leading as their flagship but with the 7 being available it also pushed down the pricing on the Oneplus 6T. I’ve been using the 6T for a while now and with the new discounted price I thought it would be a good time to check it out and see how it compares with a few of today's top phones. I’ve got the Note 9 and S9+ to test alongside of the 6T today which are both similar in size and the S9+ is similar to the 6T in that it was a flagship that was recently surpassed by the S10. So let's check out what OnePlus has to offer with the 6T then run it through all of our tests to see how its performance compares.


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews

Plasma 5.16 Review
What's hotter than an 80s style haircut? The answer is Plasma. My kind of Plasma. This is a review of the Plasma 5.16 desktop environment, including upgrade process and user setup, look and feel, better themes integration and management, consistency improvements, desktop shortcuts, notifications, new features in Discover and Vault, performance and responsiveness, robust updates, various fixes, some bugs, and more. Take a look.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo

Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 2TB Review
A few months back, Samsung launched its SSD 970 EVO Plus series of solid state drives, which featured the company’s latest TLC NAND flash memory and an updated firmware optimized for higher performance. When the line-up initially arrived, capacities up to 2TB were announced, but only the 250GB – 1TB models were made available. The highest-capacity, 2TB Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus has just arrived, however, and we got the chance to take one for a spin...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Seagate EXOS X16 16TB SATA III HDD Review
Seagate may have missed the opportunity to announce the first 16TB HDDs but they've beaten everyone else in market availability and today we're testing their flagship EXOS X16 16TB SATA III model.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Secret Lab Omega 2020 Gaming Chair Review
Choosing a chair may seem trivial to many gamers. Questions such as, How much better will this chair be over another?? and, Why would I spend so much on this chair when I can get another for half the price? flood our minds before we buy. Secret Lab understands these questions, and better yet, they answer them with their new 2020 series of chairs? Come with us as we sit our way to answers.


Read full article @ MMORPG

Synology DS419 Slim Four-Bay NAS Review
The DS416slim was my first real look at a Small footprint NAS platform. Taking advantage of 2.5" drives easily halved the footprint of the NAS when compared to a traditional desktop solution.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 2 Review
Earlier this month Ultimate Ears unveiled the WONDERBOOM 2, a second-generation model of its popular portable Bluetooth speaker. A host of notable upgrades over the original model set it up to contend as one of the best in the competitive outdoor summer speaker category. Along with various improvements, like increased battery life and better waterproofing, UE has dressed up WONDERBOOM 2 in a handful of fresh fabrics. With warm weather here and the latest from UE by my side, Im been enjoying some tunes while testing out this new speaker. Head below for my WONDERBOOM 2 review.


Read full article @ 9to5Toys




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