HyperX Savage EXO 480GB USB 3.1 Gen 2 Portable SSD Review and more
Posted on: 12/23/2018 11:13 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Asus ROG Maximus XI Gene Review
Corsair 460X RGB White Tempered Glass Chassis Review
G-Technology GDrive Mobile USB-C 4TB Review
How to uninstall extensions in Gnome 3
HyperX Savage EXO 480GB USB 3.1 Gen 2 Portable SSD Review
Initial Linux Benchmarks Of The NVIDIA TITAN RTX Graphics Card For Compute & Gaming
Lenovo Legion Y730 17-inch Review
X4: Foundations Review

Asus ROG Maximus XI Gene Review
It’s not cheap and it’s designed for expanded onboard storage plus overclocking. But the Maximus XI Gene packs a lot of new and interesting features.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Corsair 460X RGB White Tempered Glass Chassis Review
Corsair 460X RGB White The Corsair range is packed with incredible chassis. Its no surprise that theyre one of the most popular case makers ever, although that popularity expands to their PSUs, peripherals, and much more too. The 460X was a superb chassis when we first saw it a couple of years ago.


Read full article @ eTeknix

G-Technology GDrive Mobile USB-C 4TB Review
I believe it was a touch over two years ago when we initially reviewed the Mobile USB-C. At the time peak capacity was a 1TB HDD model, today they have increased that to 4TB, of course keeping the 2.5" portable form factor.


Read full article @ TweakTown

How to uninstall extensions in Gnome 3
Very simple and straightforward - and then not - a short tutorial showing how to uninstall extensions in the Gnome 3 desktop environment. For your eyes only.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo

HyperX Savage EXO 480GB USB 3.1 Gen 2 Portable SSD Review
After winning over millions of gamers all over the world with their gaming peripherals HyperX now aims to win over consumers from every segment of the market with their very first portable SSD called the Savage EXO.


Read full article @ Nikktech

Initial Linux Benchmarks Of The NVIDIA TITAN RTX Graphics Card For Compute & Gaming
Yesterday I unexpectedly found my hands on a NVIDIA TITAN RTX graphics card as the company's newest Titan graphics card built upon the Turing architecture and is now available via retail channels at $2499 USD. Here is an initial look at the NVIDIA TITAN RTX performance under Ubuntu Linux with a variety of compute workloads (including TensorFlow) as well as for entertainment are some Vulkan gaming benchmarks.


Read full article @ Phoronix

Lenovo Legion Y730 17-inch Review
Lenovo's new Legion gaming laptops are for the mid-level gamer, with a design that you can bring to work and the power of a hexa-core 45W CPU that you'll need for playing the games you want.


Read full article @ Neowin

X4: Foundations Review
If theres one song that exemplifies my time with X4: Foundations in song form, its Space Oddity. In reality, David Bowies masterpiece is a song about seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey while high as a kite.


Read full article @ Wccftech




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