Listing For 10-core Intel Comet Lake CPU Hits European Regulatory Database and more
Posted on: 07/25/2019 09:26 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted
Darksiders III: Keepers of the Void DLC Review
Galax GeForce RTX 2060 Super EX Review
In Win A1 Plus Mini-ITX Case Review
Intel 10-core Comet Lake CPU Developer Kit Released?
Listing For 10-core Intel Comet Lake CPU Hits European Regulatory Database
MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Super Gaming X Review
NVIDIA TITAN RTX Workstation Performance Review
NZXT H510 Elite Review
Palit GeForce RTX 2060 Super JS Review
Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 600W Power Supply Review

AMD Flute SoC with Zen 2 CPU and Navi 10 Lite GPU spotted
Possible Xbox Project Scarlett SoC appeared in the UserBenchmark database briefly. The new AMD Flute SoC appears to be rather similar to the previously spotted AMD Gonzalo, which is reportedly destined to become the powerplant of the PlayStation 5. Tom's Hardware put together a comparison of the Flute and Gonzalo in a table I have reproduced below. For your reference ES = Engineering Sample, and QS = Qualification Sample (QS is a step closer to finalised silicon).

As you can see above, AMD Flute contains 8C/16T CPU cores running at a 1.6GHz base clock and 3.2GHz boost clock. Most sources reckon it uses AMD's Zen 2 cores. Moving on to the GPU, this looks like it is Navi 10 Lite (from the PCIe ID) but we don't have an indicative clock speed from @Komachi's data. So there is a lot of similarity between Flute and Gonzalo but there should still be some differences, as with the current state of console competition.


Read full article @ Hexus

Darksiders III: Keepers of the Void DLC Review
Once again I am back in Darksiders III, but this time it is not to analyze its performance on the GPUs I have at my disposal, but to look at its Keepers of the Void DLC. This is the game's second DLC, with the first being The Crucible that I am not looking at. With this DLC, Fury enters the Serpent Holes on the request of Vulgrim to remove a threat that may come to block his free access, and that of the Horsemen who also use them for fast travel. The ultimate reward for this DLC is Fury's Abyssal Armor, but along the way you also earn new weapons for your Hollows.


Read full article @ OCC

Galax GeForce RTX 2060 Super EX Review
The Galax GeForce RTX 2060 Super EX retails for the same price as the NVIDIA Founders Edition, yet it comes overclocked out of the box, and features a much better cooler. The card is actually the coolest RTX 2060 Super we tested so far, and it includes idle-fan-stop, too.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

In Win A1 Plus Mini-ITX Case Review
I’ve always been a fan of mini-ITX cases. I just love the idea of building a system that small which can also be pretty powerful as well. When In Win first introduced the A1 I immediately fell in love with it. Unfortunately I was not able to take a look at the original A1, but In Win has recently released the A1 Plus, which bring some minor upgrades with it. The A1 Plus has all of the right lines, RGB lighting, a 650W power supply, and even wireless charging for your mobile device! But can something this small actually work? Is the case arranged for good airflow and cable management? Read on as we find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Intel 10-core Comet Lake CPU Developer Kit Released?
Almost since the release of the 9th-generation Intel processors last year, rumours have been emerging surrounding their latest ‘Comet Lake’ architecture. We have, however, in recent months started to see what we could call far more substantive leaks.

For example, last month we saw a leak purporting to contain the entire ‘Comet Lake’ SKU range of processors. This was then followed by rumours that the processors would set to be released much sooner than the expected mid-2020 release date.

Well, in a report via PCGamesN, an Intel 10-core ‘Comet Lake’ processor has reportedly been ‘completed’ with a developers kit apparently making the rounds.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Listing For 10-core Intel Comet Lake CPU Hits European Regulatory Database
There’s a lot of excitement flourishing through the CPU market right now. With its latest Ryzen 3000-series launch, AMD has built up a super-strong defense against the competition. As we found in our in-depth look at the 8-core 3700X and 12-core 3900X, the company is packing a lot of value into the new chips, with the 3900X in particular putting out a great numbers against Intel’s 9900K, which carries the same price tag.

Intel’s had some well-documented missteps with its 10nm development, which shows us now how critical it is that the company had worked its way to become a performance leader for so long. The company has a bit of lenience to prepare some fresh competition and try to steer those gazing eyeballs away from AMD.


Read full article @ Techgage

MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Super Gaming X Review
Early this month, NVIDIA released two new graphics cards, the GeForce RTX 2070 Super and 2060 Super. Today we are going to take a look and review a custom RTX 2060 Super – the MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Super Gaming X graphics card. This is MSI’s best RTX 2060 Super variant available. They also have the Armor OC and Ventus OC; but among the three variants, the Gaming X is the better one when it comes to aesthetics and cooler design. It’s also going to be priced a tad higher compared to the reference RTX 2060 Super. NVIDIA claims that the RTX 2060 Super is faster than the GTX 1080 and “and is also up to 22% faster (15% average) than the GeForce RTX 2060 GPU that was launched earlier this year at 2560×1440”. So, let’s check out if the new RTX 2060 Super is indeed that much faster compared to its predecessors. Continue reading our MSI RTX 2060 Super Gaming X review below and find out more about this new graphics card.


Read full article @ The PC Enthusiast

NVIDIA TITAN RTX Workstation Performance Review
NVIDIA's TITAN RTX means business - and a lot of it. This jack-of-all-trades graphics card caters to those with serious visual computing needs, whether it be designing and rendering 3D scenes, or poring over repositories of photos or other data with deep-learning work.


Read full article @ Techgage

NZXT H510 Elite Review
This is the new H510 Elite from NZXT, a more modern and feature-rich take on their exceptionally successful S340 Elite lineup. The idea here is to take the already well-received H500 and turn things to 11 with an integrated smart controller, RGB all over, and even more glass than before.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Palit GeForce RTX 2060 Super JS Review
Mighty boost, but a tad pricey. Nvidia's partners have come out in full support of the new GeForce RTX Super line of graphics cards. Within a couple of weeks, more than 50 custom-cooled models have been made available from the usual suspects, giving consumers plenty of alternatives to Nvidia's admittedly handsome Founders Edition.

Taiwanese manufacturer Palit has given the new GPUs the Super Jetstream treatment, and following on from our review of the 2070 Super JS, we're now turning our attention to its more affordable sibling, the 2060 Super JS.


Read full article @ Hexus

Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 600W Power Supply Review
When building a system, or looking to replace your power supply, we have always considered it critically important to ensure that you go for a PSU that is both strong and reliable. There are, after all, far too many horror stories of people who went all out on their components and then cheap and nasty on the power supplies. A lot of whom have lived to regret it (unlike their PSU).

Fortunately, Thermaltake has always provided a quality product that never fails to meet (and exceed) your expectations. In this instance, we look at the Thermaltake Toughpower GX1. A 600W non-modular power supply that carries a gold-rated efficiency certification.


Read full article @ eTeknix




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