Intel Xeon W-3175X 28-Core CPU Reviews and more
Posted on: 01/31/2019 11:24 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ASUS GeForce RTX 2060 STRIX OC Review
AverMedia GC573 Live Gamer 4K HDR Capture Card Review
be quiet! Silent Base 601 Case Review
Cooler Master CK530 Mechanical Keyboard Review
Deepcool Captain 240 Pro Review
Intel Optane DC P4800X 750GB SSD Review
Intel Unlocked Xeon W-3175X (System) Review
Intel Xeon W-3175X Review
Intel Xeon W-3175X Review
Intel Xeon W-3175X Review
nVidia G-Sync with FreeSync Monitor Tutorial
NZXT E Series 650 W Review
Optimizing Notepad++ on Linux

ASUS GeForce RTX 2060 STRIX OC Review
We review the new ASUS RTX 2060 STRIX OC edition. This premium product has already been tweaked the cards towards an 1830 MHz Boost frequency for you, making this a very rather fast offer in the RTX lineup, that looks terrific and familiar as well.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

AverMedia GC573 Live Gamer 4K HDR Capture Card Review
If you love your gaming, its likely you want to share some of your gaming content with the wider world. There are so many ways of doing it these days, but which one is right for you?


Read full article @ eTeknix

be quiet! Silent Base 601 Case Review
be quiet! avoids the RGB crowd with the Silent Base 601 and focuses on the natural ability to wow. The biggest features on offer include a tempered glass side panel and superb noise dampening in the vents which as a result, is something we've come to expect from a product aimed at silence.


Read full article @ Play3r

Cooler Master CK530 Mechanical Keyboard Review
The Cooler Master CK530 promises excellent quality and full RGB in a smaller package compared to the CK550.


Read full article @ APH Networks

Deepcool Captain 240 Pro Review
Dazzling RGB and a radiator that never leaks. Deepcool may be a relative newcomer around these here parts, but in the five years or so in which we've been reviewing the firm's products, we've rarely come away disappointed. Offering something a little different to the norm, the Chinese manufacturer's kit is often eye-catching, affordable, and able to keep pace with the so-called big names when it comes to performance.

We enjoyed last year's Castle 240 RGB cooler, so when asked if we'd like to take a closer look at a 2019 alternative, we thought well, why not? It's called the Captain 240 Pro and arrives at retail priced at £150.


Read full article @ Hexus

Intel Optane DC P4800X 750GB SSD Review
It's only 750GB - but it will set you back over £2250. Today we go hands on with Intel’s Optane SSD DC P4800X enterprise-class NVMe drive that uses Intel’s 3D XPoint memory technology designed for use in data centres. It’s only available in two capacities, 350GB and 750GB, and two formats – a 2.5in 15mm U.2 drive, and a HHHL AIC. For this review we are looking at the 750GB U.2 version.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Intel Unlocked Xeon W-3175X (System) Review
Let's be honest, getting to play with hardware before launch is typically quite interesting and it's sometimes a headache when you are the beta-tester, but this time it was downright fun.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Intel Xeon W-3175X Review
Intel has always ensured that its high-end server platforms, one where multiple CPUs can act as a single system, have the highest core count processors. These servers go into the most expensive deployments, so they can afford the most expensive silicon to produce. The consumer market by contrast is very price sensitive by comparison, so consumers get fewer cores. However, consumers have always asked for a way of getting all of those cores, preferably in an overclockable chip, at more reasonable prices. Intel has answered your call, with the Xeon W-3175X. All 28-cores, all the time. This is our review.

 


Read full article @ Anandtech

Intel Xeon W-3175X Review
In October of last year, when Intel officially unveiled its 9th Generation Core series processors, the company also took the opportunity to announce a semi-new breed of workstation processor, namely the Xeon W-3175X. Technically speaking, the architecture at the heart of the Xeon W-3175X isn’t new – the monstrous 28-core / 56-thread processor is based on Skylake-SP, just like the first wave of Xeon Scalable processors that were released in 2017. What Intel has done with the Xeon W-3175X, however, is selectivity bin the die and tweak and tune the power and turbo boost profiles to increase frequencies, and ultimately performance, versus earlier Skylake-SP parts.


Read full article @ HotHardware

Intel Xeon W-3175X Review
Intel's Xeon W-3175X is a shot across AMD's bow, boasting tons of cores, lots of cache, and high clock rates. It's too bad that a sky-high price tag puts it out of reach for most enthusiasts.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

nVidia G-Sync with FreeSync Monitor Tutorial
For the technology fair CES in early January 2019, nVidia announced unexpectedly that now, in addition to its own proprietary G-Sync technology, FreeSync is now also supported. Thus, with nVidia graphics cards of the 1000 and 2000 series from now on synonymous Adaptive Sync monitors are operated with variable refresh rate. In this tutorial we explain on OCinside.de step by step how to set up a FreeSync monitor with a nVidia G-Sync graphics card.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

NZXT E Series 650 W Review
The NZXT E Series 650 W is a modified and slightly more expensive version of the Seasonic SSR-650FX. It features digital monitoring and limited controls, as well as an interesting look. Read the review to figure out whether it is worth spending about $10 more on over Seasonic's offering.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Optimizing Notepad++ on Linux
I've written a tutorial explaining how to make Notepad++ look and behave in an optimal manner in Linux, including installation via snap, user and system registry settings import, font DPI settings, plugin manager installation and associated errors, system integration, other tweaks, and more. Take a look.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo




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