ASUS preparing two AMD TRX40 motherboards and more
Posted on: 08/30/2019 09:18 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Ryzen 5 3600X CPU Review
ASUS preparing two AMD TRX40 motherboards
ASUS Radeon RX 5700 ROG STRIX Review
Corsair Hydro X Series Watercooling Kit Review
Corsair NIGHTSWORD RGB & M55 RGB PRO Gaming Mice Review
Lian Li 011-Dynamic XL Case Review
SilentiumPC Fera 3 HE1224 V2 CPU Cooler Review
X570 Aorus Xtreme Motherboard Review

AMD Ryzen 5 3600X CPU Review
The Ryzen 5 3600X is the next CPU from AMD that we will take a look at. Our previous coverage of the new AMD CPUs focused on their 12 and 8 core versions. The Ryzen 5 3600x is a 6 core 12 thread CPU running at a base clock of 3.8 GHz with a boost clock of 4.4GHz.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

ASUS preparing two AMD TRX40 motherboards
We have just confirmed with our sources at ASUS that the manufacturer is working on at least two, yet unannounced, AMD-based motherboards. AMD TRX40 AMD is set to introduce new motherboard chipsets for their ultra-premium Threadripper series, a leak from USB-IF suggests. As soon as this information surfaced we dug deeper and discovered that ASUS has at least two motherboards on the works: ASUS PRIME TRX40-PRO ASUS ROG STRIX TRX40-E GAMING As you can see, one of the boards is clearly from ROG STRIX GAMING series.


Read full article @ Videocardz.com

ASUS Radeon RX 5700 ROG STRIX Review
After reviewing the XT model, it is time to check out the ASUS Radeon RX 5700 ROG STRIX (non-XT) today. The beefy card comes with increased clocks, spiffy looks and can be called silent, and I mean really impressively silent.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Corsair Hydro X Series Watercooling Kit Review
Corsair sets sail into the realm of custom watercooling with a full suite of products under the Hydro X brand.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Corsair NIGHTSWORD RGB & M55 RGB PRO Gaming Mice Review
We're taking a look at two of Corsair's most recently released mice: The NIGHTSWORD RGB has a unique weight system, and the M55 RGB PRO caters to those who either prefer an ambidextrous design. Let's check them out.


Read full article @ Techgage

Lian Li 011-Dynamic XL Case Review
Regular eTeknix readers may recall our review of the Lian Li 011-Dynamic just a couple of months ago. Well, Lian Li is back and they’re going big! The new Lian Li 01–Dynamic XL is their latest monster-case built for those with big intentions. Massive water cooling and air cooling potential, huge tempered glass windows, and uncompromising hardware support? It has them all, and then some. If that’s not enough, it’s also ROG Certified. Albeit, to my knowledge that means the built-in RGB can be used with Aura Sync and it has a ROG logo on the side. But hey, that’s still cool with me.

While it’s clearly not a bulk consumer-focused case, the 011-Dynamic XL is still pretty exciting. There’s certainly a market for big, flashy, overbuilt, expensive PC cases. For the enthusiast market, you’re unlikely to want to house £4k worth of graphics cards and likely the same value of CPU, motherboard and RAM in a £100 case; although it can be easily done. Something like the XL is more fitting, literally in size, to the extreme end of the hardware market.


Read full article @ eTeknix

SilentiumPC Fera 3 HE1224 V2 CPU Cooler Review
We are already familiar with the SilentiumPC brand, which is releasing many new products in the last months. We are trying to present you these more interesting products and today is time on the Fera 3 HE1224 V2 cooler. This CPU cooler is designed to work with most popular processor series so is perfect for the latest AMD Ryzen processors. We will take a closer look at how it performs on the Ryzen 3700X so quite demanding eight-core CPU which is really popular in last months.

Let’s not make this introduction any longer and take a look at the specifications and key features of the Fera 3 CPU cooler.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

X570 Aorus Xtreme Motherboard Review
Bring out the beast. AMD's Ryzen 3rd Gen CPUs have been gaining decent traction since their arrival on July 7. The bigger question in terms of building a new PC, arguably, is which motherboard to pair them with, and though they will work just fine with older chipsets due to socket AM4 compatibility, the X570 is the way to go for the greatest number of features and end-to-end PCIe 4.0 coverage.

These X570 boards aren't cheap, and many commentators, including ourselves, have noticed a steep increase in price over the X470 and, more troubling, certain instability issues with the first-edition BIOSes. Though pricing remains unchanged, X570 boards are now stable enough for us to dig deeper into the various options available to the enthusiast.

If money is little object, Aorus wants you to consider the EATX-sized X570 Xtreme - a beast of a motherboard equipped with class-leading power delivery, impressive cooling, and, well, hitting the straps in just about every other department.


Read full article @ Hexus




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