AMD Ryzen 3000 Pricing Leaks Look Great and more
Posted on: 03/04/2019 10:31 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Ryzen 3000 Pricing Leaks Look Great
Anthem Review
ASRock B365M Pro4 Motherboard Review
ASUS PRIME Z390-A LGA 1151 Motherboard Review
DiRT Rally 2.0 Review
GIGABYTE GTX 1660 Ti GAMING OC Review
Nixeus NX-EDG27240 Gaming Monitor Review
Nokia 7.1 Review
Philips Hue Outdoor Sensor Review
Pimax 5K Plus Review
Samsung Galaxy Buds Review
The Current Spectre / Meltdown Mitigation Overhead Benchmarks On Linux 5.0
Weatherproof Hue Outdoor Motion Sensor Review

AMD Ryzen 3000 Pricing Leaks Look Great
AMD Pricing Leaks for Ryzen 3000 Show Promise With Ryzen 3000 approaching, more details are starting to emerge about the new lineup and processors from AMD. Due to the unannounced nature of these processors, you have to take everything with a grain of salt. The leak comes courtesy of Singaporean retailer Bizgram.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Anthem Review
Anthem can doubtlessly be considered one of the most anticipated games due this year. It is the first new IP developed by BioWare since the release of Dragon Age: Origins in 2009. Its also the first time the studio known for its roleplaying games steps out of its comfort zone.


Read full article @ Wccftech

ASRock B365M Pro4 Motherboard Review
Today, well be taking a quick look at theASRock B365M Pro 4 Motherboard, which utilizes Intels latest B365 chipset andsupports all of Intels 8th and 9th Gen Core processors LGA1151 (14nm Coffee Lake).


Read full article @ FunkyKit

ASUS PRIME Z390-A LGA 1151 Motherboard Review
Sometimes less is more. We typically work with a lot of motherboards that fall into the more is more category and some that have a high price that can't easily be justified by most people. The ASUS PRIME Z390-A seems to lean towards less is more. On paper the Z390-A seems to have a lot going for it and is light on fluff.


Read full article @ HardOCP

DiRT Rally 2.0 Review
It has been about a year and a half since I was last reviewing a title in the DiRT series of games, that one being DiRT 4, but I am back again with DiRT Rally 2.0, the sequel to developer Codemasters' successful DiRT Rally from 2015. Though both this and DiRT 4 are in the same series, there are some definite differences between them, but first things first.


Read full article @ OCC

GIGABYTE GTX 1660 Ti GAMING OC Review
Enter the GIGABYTE GTX 1660 Ti GAMING OC - bearing the renowned Windforce 3x cooling system, a factory overclock and some subtle RGB lighting via RGB Fusion 2.0.


Read full article @ Vortez

Nixeus NX-EDG27240 Gaming Monitor Review
The Nixeus NX-EDG27240 is a 27 240Hz freesync panel with an absolutely insane 35-240Hz variable refresh rate.  We take a look at what a competitive focused ultra high refresh rate from Nixeus is like working with while gaming as well as other aspects of how the TN panel holds up at its price point.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Nokia 7.1 Review
HMD Global touts the Nokia 7.1 as an affordable flagship, and looking at it you might actually think it is. But is it actually a premium phone for $350, or is its beauty skin deep? This is our review.


Read full article @ Neowin

Philips Hue Outdoor Sensor Review
The Hue Outdoor Sensor is the first outdoor HomeKit sensor, and adds motion, temperature, and light sensors to automate the outside of your Apple-centric smart home.


Read full article @ Apple Insider

Pimax 5K Plus Review
The Pimax 5K Plus VR headset isn't perfect. We wouldn’t trade it for a Vive Pro, but we'd consider it if we were upgrading from the original Vive.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Samsung Galaxy Buds Review
Samsung is looking to improve on the IconX with the new Galaxy Buds, releasing with a number of new features. The question is: are they worth it?


Read full article @ Wccftech

The Current Spectre / Meltdown Mitigation Overhead Benchmarks On Linux 5.0
With it being a little over one year since Spectre and Meltdown mitigations became public and with the Linux kernel today hitting the big "5.0" release, I decided to run some benchmarks of the current out-of-the-box performance hit as a result of the current default mitigation techniques employed by the Linux kernel. The default vs. unmitigated performance impact for Spectre/Meltdown are tested on an Intel Core i7 and Core i9 systems while there is also an AMD Ryzen 7 box for reference with its Spectre mitigation impact on Linux 5.0.


Read full article @ Phoronix

Weatherproof Hue Outdoor Motion Sensor Review
The Philips Hue line of lights have been controllable via an indoor motion sensor for some time, but Signify is today introducing an Outdoor Motion Sensor that's designed to control the range of outdoor Hue lights that are now available for purchase.

The Outdoor Motion Sensor works just like the indoor Smart Motion Sensor, automating your lights and other HomeKit products to come on when motion is detected and turn off when there's no motion detected, all on an automatic basis.

As with all Hue products, the Outdoor Motion Sensor is designed to work with a hub, so a Hue hub and Hue lights are required to use the product, even though it can interface with other HomeKit devices.


Read full article @ MacRumors




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