Control Tested at 8K: NVIDIA TITAN RTX vs AMD Radeon VII Showdown and more
Posted on: 09/04/2019 09:43 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ABKONCORE CRONOS 710S Mid-Tower Review
ASRock X570 Creator Motherboard Review
ASUS ROG Strix Carry Gaming Mouse Review
Asustor AS5202T Nimbustor 2 2-bay NAS Review
Audio-Technica G1WL Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Control Benchmark Test & RTX Performance Analysis Review
Control Tested at 8K: NVIDIA TITAN RTX vs AMD Radeon VII Showdown
Dell XPS 15 (2019) Review
Gigabyte X570-I Aorus Pro Wi-Fi Review
HyperX Cloud Orbit S Gaming Headset Review
Intel Apollo Lake and Gemini Lake OC Tutorial
Logitech MX Master 3 Wireless Mouse Review
Martrea Acute Angle AA-B4 Mini PC Review
Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Router Review
Razer Ripsaw HD Capture Card Review
Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT Pulse Review
VR Wars: the RTX 2060 vs. the RX 5700

ABKONCORE CRONOS 710S Mid-Tower Review
Out in the market for an affordable RGB mid-tower with plenty of interior space, tempered glass side panel and RGB lighting? If the answer is yes then you should really take a closer look at the CRONOS 710S by ABKONCORE.


Read full article @ NikKTech

ASRock X570 Creator Motherboard Review
This year, it’s all about content creation. So today we’ll be taking a look at the ASRock X570 Creator motherboard designed for content creators and high-end enthusiast users. This motherboard is insanely packed with a ton of features, and utilizes AMD’s X570 chipset supporting all AMD Ryzen 2nd and 3rd gen processors. As with all X570 motherboards, it comes with the new PCIE 4.0 as standard offering better performance. You’ll find 3 PCIe 4.0 x16 steel slots, 3 PCIe 4.0 x1 slots, as well as 2 Hyper M.2 slots for your SSDs.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

ASUS ROG Strix Carry Gaming Mouse Review
It's a new portable gaming mouse from ASUS ROG - what does Andy think? Today we are reviewing ASUS’ super portable and stylish ROG Strix Carry gaming mouse. A tiny mouse that aims to please, it has some impressive specs – including an optical sensor, replaceable OMRON switches, a leather ‘Carry’ case, and a 2.4GHz wireless connection with battery life for up to 300 hours of non-stop gaming. The question is; can ASUS have made a successful gaming mouse without any RGB included?! Let’s find out.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Asustor AS5202T Nimbustor 2 2-bay NAS Review
It's a well-priced 2-bay NAS that's first to market with 2.5GbE. The 2-bay AS5202T NAS is one of the first members of a new product line from Asustor called Nimbustor, alongside a 4-bay AS5304T model – the AS5304T is the Nimbustor 4, while the AS5202T is the Nimbustor 2. The new model line sees a world’s first, with the introduction of 2.5-Gigabit Ethernet ports to the Asustor range and both Nimbustor models come with a pair of 2.5GbE ports.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Audio-Technica G1WL Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Audio-Technica, long known for its high-quality audio equipment, is back with another premium gaming headset. The ATH-G1WL has potential for rich sound, both in recording and playback, with the convenience of wireless. Although designed with a great gaming experience in mind, whether or not it can stand out as a ?must have? is as yet unclear. Will it meet or even exceed our expectations? Get the full scoop here in our ATH-G1WL review!


Read full article @ MMORPG

Control Benchmark Test & RTX Performance Analysis Review
Control by Remedy Games is an open-world third-person shooter- set in a building. Besides the interesting setting, graphics are great and the game has support for multiple NVIDIA RTX raytracing technologies, making this probably the first game where RTX is really worth it.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Control Tested at 8K: NVIDIA TITAN RTX vs AMD Radeon VII Showdown
There, I've said it. Article over. It really should be that easy, because it seriously is the new Crysis. Remedy Entertainment must have sold their soul to the devil, or at least have disappeared into the Hiss, with Control. It is an absolute beauty to play through, especially with RTX turned up all the way.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Dell XPS 15 (2019) Review
Dell often rides the bleeding edge, as it wastes little time arming its laptops and desktops with the latest hardware platforms available. At minimum, this means yearly refreshes of its popular product categories. So, right on cue, Dell has begun rolling out updated variants of its XPS 15 laptop with some nifty upgrades compared to the version we reviewed last September. One of the biggest changes is the addition of an OLED display option...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Gigabyte X570-I Aorus Pro Wi-Fi Review
With two M.2 slots, good performance, Wi-Fi and USB-C Gen2, at a price that undercuts the competition, this ITX board is easy to recommend for SFF Ryzen 3 builders.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

HyperX Cloud Orbit S Gaming Headset Review
The HyperX Cloud Orbit S makes audio sound like it’s filling the room. The headset can be advantageous for gamers, but the head tracking isn’t always noticeable.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Intel Apollo Lake and Gemini Lake OC Tutorial
Overclocking an inexpensive Intel N3450 Apollo Lake or Intel N4100 Gemini Lake CPU is officially not possible due to the locked multiplier, but we have looked into this issue in order to provide a little bit more performance for users of slower PC systems and have even written a small OC Tool. So from now on you can not only overclock a common Intel CPU , but also get some more out of a low budget Intel Apollo Lake system.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

Logitech MX Master 3 Wireless Mouse Review
The Logitech MX Master 3 wireless mouse has an innovative and pleasant scroll wheel and a highly customizable button layout that’s great for productivity.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Martrea Acute Angle AA-B4 Mini PC Review
Today on OCinside.de we have a look at a very inexpensive Martrea Acute Angle AA B4 Mini PC with Intel N3450 Quad-Core processor, 8GB RAM, 64GB Flash, 128GB SSD, WiFi and Bluetooth. In Martrea Acute Angle Unboxing Video we have already explained the unusual design and the current review will show whether the Acute Angle AA B4 is convincing in daily use. We also have written a small tool to overclock Apollo Lake and will see what the Intel N3450 Mini PC can do with it.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Router Review
We review Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 router this gaming router is compatible with the new AC standard aka WIFI 5. Armed with the DUMAoS this can we considered a more budget XR500 at 199 USD. The performance is there alright. The Dual-band 5000 MHz and 2400 MHz router has been optimized for gaming.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Razer Ripsaw HD Capture Card Review
Tired of dealing with lag and sacrificing your system performance while streaming? Or perhaps you’re gaming on a console, and fed up of the poor quality of the built-in game recording features? Then it looks like Razer are here to answer your call for help. The Ripsaw HD is a welcome upgrade on their old model, kicking up the capture quality to 1080 @ 60 FPS. Furthermore, with 4K pass-through, you can still game on your usual monitor at high-resolution without compromising your stream or gaming experience.

Support
Because it captures via HDMI, it’ll work with a vast range of gaming devices. PC, obviously, but Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, etc are all good. Remember, it’ll work with PS4 Pro and Xbox One X too, but the capture is 1080 @ 60 FPS even when using the consoles 4K output modes.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT Pulse Review
Sapphire's first Navi card is with the Pulse actually the entry model, if one follows the previous nomenclature of the manufacturer. This also entails compromises and today we will sound out which and what this means for the customer.


Read full article @ IgorsLAB

VR Wars: the RTX 2060 vs. the RX 5700
This is a follow-up to our June VR evaluation where we saw the RTX 2070 move ahead of the GTX 1080 and solidly beat the liquid-cooled RX Vega 64 in VR performance. We now present another eleven-game VR performance face-off between the Navi Red Devil RX 5700 versus the Turing RX 2060 Founders Edition (FE) measuring frametimes and unconstrained performance using FCAT VR.

Since we posted our original review over two and one-half years ago, we have benchmarked VR games for our follow-up reviews over the past thirty months. We have also compared FCAT VR with our own video benchmarks using a camera to capture images directly from the Rift’s lens. For BTR’s VR testing methodology, please refer to this evaluation.


Read full article @ BebelTechReviews




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