Crucial MX500 1TB SATA SSD Review and more
Posted on: 06/20/2019 10:38 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition Not a Worldwide Release, Available only in US and China
Antec P101 Silent Review
Baseus Encok S17 Review
Cadence of Hyrule Review
Corsair RM Series RM850 (850W) Review
Crucial MX500 1TB SATA 2.5" 7mm Internal SSD Review
Eight AMD Navi GPU Variants Spotted In Linux Code
Kensington SD2000p Nano USB-C Dock Review
MSI H310M Gaming Plus Motherboard Review
Noctua NH-U12A & NH-L12S CPU Coolers Review
ORICO NVMe Enclosure Review
Razer Huntsman Optical Keyboard Review
Razer Kraken X Headset Review
Steelseries Arctis 9X Xbox One Wireless Gaming Headset Review
SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Lossless Gaming Audio System Review
Viotek SUW49C Ultrawide Curved HDR Gaming Monitor Review

AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition Not a Worldwide Release, Available only in US and China
Apparently, AMD isn't celebrating its 50th anniversary in all parts of the globe, judging from recent reports regarding its AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition. Apparently, the exclusive, limited-edition graphics card will only be available for US and China customers - two of the biggest worldwide markets, for sure. This is a strange decision from AMD, since a sold unit is a sold unit; however, this may be a sign of really limited availability of the graphics card and the hardware powering it.


Read full article @ techPowerUp

Antec P101 Silent Review
The Antec P101 Silent turns back the wheel of time a little bit by offering an old-school interior layout coupled with a modern feature set and compatibility. You will get loads of storage space, can install up to an E-ATX board with large GPUs, and liquid or air cooling, all while keeping things quiet overall because of the front door, sound dampening, and built-in fan controller.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Baseus Encok S17 Review
Weve got a great pair of earphones for review today. It lasts longer and is designed for fitness conscious users. The Baseus Encok S17 is up for $26 at Amazon, and the pair is worth the price. Earpods and earphones are a new market thats developed within the wearables segment.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Cadence of Hyrule Review
Im not an established fan of Crypt of the NecroDancer, Im a fan of The Legend of Zelda, and I knew exactly what I was getting in to. This is, first and foremost, a Crypt of the NecroDancer game.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Corsair RM Series RM850 (850W) Review
Going for mainstream excellence. Corsair has revamped its popular RM line of PSUs for 2019 with a view of making them appeal to a broader section of enthusiasts. Chief amongst the differences/improvements is Windows Modern Standby certification, increased warranty that now lasts 10 years, and removal of Corsair Link compatibility.

The new 80 PLUS Gold-rated RMs, which we'll call the 2019 editions, are available in 650W (£80), 750W (£90), and 850W (£100) capacities, and we have the largest-capacity model in for evaluation today.


Read full article @ Hexus

Crucial MX500 1TB SATA 2.5" 7mm Internal SSD Review
The 1TB version of the MX500 Crucial SSD does trade punches with the 500GB and 250GB versions we have previously tested and overall we are seeing good mainstream performance for both reads and writes. We are getting plenty of storage space for different activities and the endurance is great as well: the 1TB model is rated at 360TB of written data, which translates in about 197GB per day for the warranty period of 5 years.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Eight AMD Navi GPU Variants Spotted In Linux Code
While we do know that AMD plans to release the RX 5700 XT graphics card in the coming months, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether this would form an individual GPU release or whether an entire range was (is) planned.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Kensington SD2000p Nano USB-C Dock Review
Kensington dabbles in quite a few categories but really shines when it comes to their creativity and design with docking solutions. One of their more recent solutions speaks to this as it combines the interfaces we use most in a small package.


Read full article @ TweakTown

MSI H310M Gaming Plus Motherboard Review
MSI’s $75 / £68 Micro-ATX H310M Gaming Plus offers users a mostly well-equipped solution for those on a tight build budget who don’t not plan on overclocking.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Noctua NH-U12A & NH-L12S CPU Coolers Review
OCC has a new video review launched, the Noctua NH-U12A & NH-L12S CPU Coolers.


Read full article @ OCC

ORICO NVMe Enclosure Review
If you thought portable SSDs were fast, you ain?t seen nothing yet. If you've ever wanted to use a lighting fast NVMe as a portable hard drive, check out our review of the Orico NVMe M.2 Enclosure and turn your drive into a portable speed demon.


Read full article @ MMORPG

Razer Huntsman Optical Keyboard Review
Packed with excellent purple opto-mechanical switches and wrapped in a classy subdued shell, Razer's lesser huntsman impresses, despite its fairly high price.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Razer Kraken X Headset Review
Razer products aren't usually cheap - but the Kraken X headset costs £49.99. Here at KitGuru we’ve reviewed plenty of Razer headsets over the years, with some costing as much as £200. We were very interested to hear, then, that Razer has bolstered its headset portfolio with a new model – the Kraken X. The killer feature? Pricing. At just £49.99 this is the cheapest Razer headset we’ve seen by a fair distance, yet on the face of it you’d be unlikely to know this was a more budget model. After a week of use, here’s what you need to know.

Priced at just £49.99, the Razer Kraken X is coming up against other entry-level competitors like the Corsair HS50 and HyperX Cloud Stinger. Razer does have a trick up its sleeve, though, in the form of 7.1 virtual surround-sound. Granted, this is not a feature of the headset itself – it connects via an analog 3.5mm jack – but rather it is something Razer has introduced more recently for its 2019 range of headsets.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Steelseries Arctis 9X Xbox One Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Were big fans of Steelseries here at eTeknix, and with good reason. Theyve had some of the best gaming mice, headsets, keyboards and more on the market for many years now. The recently refreshed Arctis range of headsets continues to impress. Especially so with the Arctis 7 wireless headset.


Read full article @ eTeknix

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Lossless Gaming Audio System Review
Over a year after its official launch the Arctis Pro Wireless by SteelSeries is still regarded as one of the best wireless gaming headsets in the market and today it's up to us to see why that is.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Viotek SUW49C Ultrawide Curved HDR Gaming Monitor Review
Last November, our Hardware Editor, Chris Coke, reviewed the GN32D 32? Curved Gaming Monitor from Viotek. Priced at $380, he came away impressed. It?s literal bigger brother, the Viotek SUW49C Ultrawide Curved HDR Gaming Monitor, is a different beast entirely. Featuring an absurd 32:9 aspect ratio across 49-inches, it is easily the most expansive monitor I?ve used. But is the 144 Hz refresh rate enough to offset the low 1080p pixel density?


Read full article @ MMORPG




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