Cooler Master SK621 Keyboard Reviews and more
Posted on: 05/08/2019 10:14 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Cooler Master SK621 Compact keyboard Review
Cooler Master SK621 Low Profile Keyboard Review
Cooler Master SK621 Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard Review
Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey Review
FiiO BTR3 Bluetooth Headphone Amp Review
FSP CMT340 Review
LaCie Mobile Drive 4TB Review
Lenovo Legion Y740 Gaming Laptop Deep Dive Review With Benchmarks
MSI Optix MAG241C Curved Gaming Monitor Review
Noctua NH-U12A Review
Noctua NT-H2 Thermal Compound and Cleaning Wipes Review
Some AMD Processors Have a Hardware RNG Bug, Losing Randomness After Suspend Resume

Cooler Master SK621 Compact keyboard Review
Check this out these keywords, light, compact, RGB, Low profile Cherry MX, wired and Bluetooth wireless. Yeah, Cooler Master just released what can be considered an incredibly petite keyboard that is easy to carry around allowing you to game or work on in a rather premium fashion. Let's have a peek, shall we?


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Cooler Master SK621 Low Profile Keyboard Review
Not that long ago we took a look at Cooler Master’s SK630 low-profile mechanical keyboard, which was a tenkeyless keyboard that featured Cherry MX low-profile mechanical key switches. We loved this keyboard and felt it was perfect for someone who does a lot of typing rather than gaming. Today Cooler Master is releasing their SK621, which is even smaller! It is a 60% keyboard that features the same low-profile Cherry MX mechanical key switches, sleek design, and RGB lighting, but now offers hybrid connectivity (Bluetooth & wired) making it the first wireless keyboard from Cooler Master in their SK series. Could this be the ultimate keyboard for the mechanical keyboard enthusiast or programmer? Read on as we find out


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Cooler Master SK621 Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard Review
Low profile mechanical keyboards are finally here but Cooler Master aims to make things interesting with their latest keyboard: the SK621. Not only is it low profile, but it adopts a gaming-friendly 65% layout that saves space on your desk, wireless connectivity, full software-free programming, and RGB lighting and you can see why this is an exciting package. Is it the next keyboard for you?


Read full article @ MMORPG

Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey Review
Explore the mysteries of Jack the Ripper with Sir Lancelot du Lac and Morgan le Fay (as a talking dog!)


Read full article @ Wccftech

FiiO BTR3 Bluetooth Headphone Amp Review
If you're looking for an LDAC and/or LHDC compatible Bluetooth transmitter/receiver/amp FiiO has you covered with their BTR3 model.


Read full article @ Nikktech

FSP CMT340 Review
The FSP CMT340 is not just a smaller version of the CMT510. While it offers the same essential configuration with four RGB fans, storage options, and build quality, the CMT340 scores with better liquid-cooling capabilities, slightly better cable routing, and excellent balance in regards to cooling, GPU, and power supply capabilities.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

LaCie Mobile Drive 4TB Review
Portable drives have become commonplace for users that want a quick backup, take data with them on the go or increase storage capacity on their notebook PC. While SSDs have become so cheap to produce, capacities above 1TB are still quite expensive, and thus the HDD lives on.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Lenovo Legion Y740 Gaming Laptop Deep Dive Review With Benchmarks
Lenovo's line of Legion laptops and desktops are designed for gamers, but one complaint levied against last year's Legion Y730 laptop model was the lack of more graphics horsepower options. However, Lenovo was obviously listening to consumer feedback and the new Lenovo Legion Y740 we are looking at today, rights this previous wrong by giving potential buyers not one, but two powerful NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs to choose from.

The base model Legion Y740 comes with a GeForce RTX 2060, but if you're able to spend a few more greenbacks on your config, you can move up to a GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q as well.


Read full article @ HotHardware

MSI Optix MAG241C Curved Gaming Monitor Review
Curved monitors are all the rage these days. Like them or hate them these curved monitors will be around for quite some time! So what makes curved monitors so special?


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Noctua NH-U12A Review
Noctua delivers top-tier air cooling performance in a compact design with the release of the NH-U12A. Sporting two of their latest NF-A12x25 PWM fans, what this cooler lacks in regards to RGB LEDs, it makes up for with brown and tan Noctua styling and a premium build quality that is second to none.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Noctua NT-H2 Thermal Compound and Cleaning Wipes Review
There are a number of different thermal compounds on the market. Some are designed to be inexpensive while others are designed for specialized situations such as LN2 overclocking and high thermal conductivity in aircooled situations. They all do the same basic thing but have been tweaked to do one job better than another. Knowing this there are several major things to keep in mind when looking at different thermal compounds.


Read full article @ Hardware Asylum

Some AMD Processors Have a Hardware RNG Bug, Losing Randomness After Suspend Resume
Red Hat Systemd (system and service manager) lead developer Lennart Poettering discovered that AMD A6-6310 "Beema" SoC that's popular among low-cost notebooks, has a faulty implementation of the RdRand random-number generation instruction. The processor's hardware random number generator (RNG) loses "randomness" after the machine resumes from a suspended state (i.e. waking up the notebook from sleep by opening its lid while it's powered on). Modern computers rely on RNGs for "entropy," critical to generation of unpredictable keys on the fly for SSL. However, the entropy source needn't be hardware, and isn't so by default. Software RNGs exist, and by default the Linux kernel does not use RdRand to generate entropy. Windows is not known to use RdRand for basic ACPI functions such as suspend/resume; however a faulty hardware RNG is not without implications for the platform, and applications that run on it.


Read full article @ techPowerUp




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