Corsair Carbide Series 678C Low-Noise Chassis Reviews and more
Posted on: 03/13/2019 10:50 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

12 Splunk User and Role Administration Examples for both CLI and Web
ASRock X399 Phantom Gaming 6 Motherboard Review
Bannermen- PC Game Review
Beginner's Guide To Twitch Streaming - Part 2
Corsair Carbide 678C Review
Corsair Carbide 678C Review
Corsair Carbide Series 678C Low-Noise Chassis Review
Corsair Carbide Series 678C Review
Corsair Carbide Series 678C Review
Corsair Crystal 680X PC Chassis Review
CORSAIR CRYSTAL 680X RGB ATX Smart Case Review
Corsair Crystal 680X RGB Review
CORSAIR Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Tempered Glass Case Review
Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB Case Review
Corsair Crystal Series 680X Tempered Glass Chassis Review
LaCie d2 Professional USB-C Review
MyDigitalSSD M2X NVMe Enclosure Review
NVIDIA Titan RTX Review
Scythe Kotetsu Mark II Review
Thermaltake WaterRAM RGB Liquid Cooling Memory – DDR4-3200 16GB Kit Review
UPLIFT Vert Ergonomic Chair Review

12 Splunk User and Role Administration Examples for both CLI and Web
Splunk supports three types of authentication: Native Authentication, LDAP and Scripted Authentication API. For most part, Native Authentication is referred as Splunk authentication, which takes high priority over any external authentication.


Read full article @ The Geek Stuff

ASRock X399 Phantom Gaming 6 Motherboard Review
The ASRock X399 Phantom Gaming 6 hardware is one of the cheapest X399 motherboard currently on the market and brings the Phantom Gaming name to the high-end desktop market. This entry-level option for Threadripper uses a 2.5 gigabit ethernet controller, and is one of only a few boards to do so. It also offers a trio of M.2 slots, but supports only for Threadripper processors up to 16 cores due to its design.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Bannermen- PC Game Review
Bannermen is an RTS game developed by Pathos Interactive that quite often boasts about it’s design being catered to fans of classic RTS titles.  The classic gameplay that staples like Age of Empires, Warcraft III and many others have already given us are classics for a reason. 


Read full article @ BabelTechReviews

Beginner's Guide To Twitch Streaming - Part 2
When we left off in Part 1, we had created a single Scene in Streamlabs OBS, complete with a game visual and audio sources, microphone audio input, and webcam video. And while that may not seem like much, the goal of that article was to get you started streaming to Twitch as quickly and easily as possible. Digging into the advanced features of Streamlabs OBS was not part of that article, and will not be included here either. This second entry into our beginner’s guide series will focus on adding a few additional scenes and source types to add a bit of variety to your stream. While we do plan to cover the more advanced features of streaming setups in future guides, you won’t find us discussing the pros and cons of encoder types here.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Corsair Carbide 678C Review
The Corsair Carbide 678C is meant to refresh the silent line of cases of the brand with a new, modern take using updated internals. With plenty of liquid-cooling capabilities, a fan controller, and wide body, it checks off a lot of points for enthusiasts, which may end up taking away from its intended target audience: the silent type.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Corsair Carbide 678C Review
We’re checking out the new Corsair Carbide 678C mid-tower PC chassis. The American company is updating this segment, the last Corsair case that we reviewed was the SPEC Omega RGB, and that was back in August 2018.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Corsair Carbide Series 678C Low-Noise Chassis Review
Corsair 680X The new Corsair Crystal 680X launched today! However, Corsair are going all-out for this launch, with not one, but two amazing chassis. The other, is obviously the Carbide Series 678C. While the Crystal is huge, covered in tempered glass and RGB, this one is focused on being quiet and professional.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Corsair Carbide Series 678C Review
A versatile but pricey mid-tower chassis. Corsair is today bolstering its range of premium ATX chassis with a low-noise addition touting "sophisticated style and serious versatility." It's called the Carbide Series 678C and arrives at retail priced at £180, putting it up against the likes of the be quiet! Dark Base 700 and NZXT H700i.

Having spent some time tinkering with the enclosure, what's perhaps most interesting about the 678C is that it adopts an almost old-school approach to building a PC. It is large in size, completely void of RGB lighting, and equipped with some features we rarely see these days, including a hinged front door that reveals a 5.25in optical bay - remember those?


Read full article @ Hexus

Corsair Carbide Series 678C Review
Today marks the release of another addition to the Carbide Series, namely the 678C. Stepping away from the garish designs we might expect for a gamer case, 678C settles with a more elegant approach, characterised by an emphasis on silence.


Read full article @ Vortez

Corsair Crystal 680X PC Chassis Review
Corsair is back with a new Crystal 680X RGB PC chassis, which we review. The crystal series has been a favorite of ours, spacious, dual chambers and fantastic looks can be achieved with it.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

CORSAIR CRYSTAL 680X RGB ATX Smart Case Review
What would happen if CORSAIR was to take their award-winning CRYSTAL 280X RGB Micro-ATX Smart Case and made it even larger? The CRYSTAL 680X RGB ATX Smart Case is the answer.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Corsair Crystal 680X RGB Review
The Corsair Crystal 680X is the grown-up version of their 280X chassis. This bigger variant can not only hold a full-size system, but also offers better liquid-cooling support, comes with four fans, and plenty of additional storage. It looks like Corsair has taken their trusted and true approach and applied it to the Crystal series to give those who want a flashy cube chassis an extremely viable option.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

CORSAIR Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Tempered Glass Case Review
Corsair has launched a pair of new enclosures today including the Crystal Series 680X RGB, a roomy dual-chamber design with plenty of tempered glass and RGB to keep things visually interesting. And we just so happen to have procured one before release, preparing our launch-day review secretly, and in the dead of night. And so it is that today we can, should, and will share this with you - or as soon as you move past this rambling opening paragraph and on to the meat of the review itself.

As you may know the Crystal Series is a line of premium cases featuring multiple tempered-glass panels and RGB fans, and going back to 2016 we have reviewed the Crystal Series 570X, the smaller Crystal Series 460X, and most recently the Crystal Series 280X, a dual-chamber micro-ATX design. The new 680X RGB is also a dual-chamber enclosure, but on a much larger scale with support for up to EATX motherboards. It is available in both black and white finishes, and we opted for the white version to help set off the RGB fans.
The CORSAIR Crystal Series 680X RGB is a dual-chamber tempered glass ATX smart case that keeps your system running cool with room for up to eight fans and four radiators, including one 360mm. Enjoy superb airflow and brilliant RGB lighting from three LL120 RGB fans, controlled by an included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO and powered by iCUE software. Show off a stunning view of your PC’s components with three tempered glass panels on the front, roof, and hinged side door, while an optional vertical GPU mount allows you to put your graphics card center stage. Make your next custom build incredibly easy and undeniably cool with the 680X RGB.


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB Case Review
It's a beautiful new case from Corsair, but at £220 does Briony think it is worth buying?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Corsair Crystal Series 680X Tempered Glass Chassis Review
We all know Corsair are top of their game when it comes to high-end products. Their chassis are some of the most popular in the world with enthusiast PC users. Furthermore, their Crystal series has long been one of the best looking ranges on the market!


Read full article @ eTeknix

LaCie d2 Professional USB-C Review
The d2 lineup goes back over a decade and includes DVD and Bluray drives, networked hard drives, before NAS were cool and USB 3.0, USB-C and Thunderbolt enabled storage solutions. The latest solution, the d2 professional aims for broader compatibility with increased capacity for media professionals.


Read full article @ TweakTown

MyDigitalSSD M2X NVMe Enclosure Review
MyDigitalSSD's new MX2 enclosure unleashes the NVMe beast with the USB 3.1 Gen 2 speeds up to 1,000 MB/s.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

NVIDIA Titan RTX Review
The NVIDIA Titan RTX is a GPU with somewhat of an identity crisis. The card is based on a fully-enabled Turing TU102 GPU, and is technically the most powerful graphics card in NVIDIA’s current line-up for gaming. If you hit NVIDIA’s site and check out the Titan RTX’s landing page, however, it isn’t being targeted at gamers. NVIDIA’s site makes statements like, “TITAN RTX frees you to work at the full speed of your creativity” and “[TITAN RTX] provides a fast and simple start to exploring GPU-accelerated data science workflows on your PC.


Read full article @ HotHardware

Scythe Kotetsu Mark II Review
The Scythe Kotetsu Mark II is an affordable entry level CPU cooler that offers a good cooling, being silent at the same time. The cooler also borrows some of the features from other Scythe CPU Coolers, such as the Ninja 5. The overall cooling performance is good when considering the size of the heatsink and the number of heatpipes. The CPU reaching a maximum temperature of 62 degrees Celsius running at 3.9 GHz.


Read full article @ Tech-Legend

Thermaltake WaterRAM RGB Liquid Cooling Memory – DDR4-3200 16GB Kit Review
Well be taking a quick look at theThermaltake WaterRAM RGB Liquid Cooling Memory DDR4-3200 16GB Kit. These memory kits areIntel XMP 2.0 ready and come in a pair of 8Gb modules.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

UPLIFT Vert Ergonomic Chair Review
Do you slouch all day, from the car, to work, back to back home again? I know I do, and I'm not proud of it, so who else is curious how much difference an ergonomic chair makes to long session computer users? UPLIFT Desk are here and hope to save the day with the Vert Ergonomic Office Chair. This is our official review.


Read full article @ MMORPG




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