NVIDIA RTX 2080 Overclocking Guide and more
Posted on: 12/21/2018 10:42 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AFOX GTX 1050 & 1050 Ti Budget Gaming Review
Asus ROG Ryujin 360 Review
be quiet! Pure Power 11 700W L11-700W Power Supply Unit Review
Cherry KC 6000 Keyboard and MC 4900 Mouse Review
Corsair SF450 Platinum SFX PSU Review
DeepSpar Guardonix Review
diskAshur Pro2 Encrypted Portable Drive Review
Gemini Lake SFF PC Showdown: Intel's June Canyon (NUC7PJYH) and ECS's LIVA Z2 Reviewed
Graphics Card Pricing Update: December 2018
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Duke 8G OC Graphics Card Review
NVIDIA RTX 2080 Overclocking Guide
Razer Blade 15 Base (2018) Review
Razer Naga Trinity 2018 Gaming Mouse Review

AFOX GTX 1050 & 1050 Ti Budget Gaming Review
All I want for Christmas is a 2080 Ti, right? Well, both yes and no, as at that price theyre obviously out of the range of many consumers. Heck, even an RTX 2060 may be beyond what many can afford.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Asus ROG Ryujin 360 Review
It's got a built in 1.7" OLED screen - but is the Asus ROG Ryujin 360 worth the £249.95 asking price?


Read full article @ KitGuru

be quiet! Pure Power 11 700W L11-700W Power Supply Unit Review
be quiet! just released their brand new Pure Power 11 line of power supply units and with us today just in time for Christmas we have the hardwired L11-700W model.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Cherry KC 6000 Keyboard and MC 4900 Mouse Review
I'll admit I was surprised when I first came across a PC peripheral branded as Cherry. To me, they were the folks that made the much beloved 'Cherry MX' switches for mechanical keyboards. I'm a bit of a keyboard nerd, I will admit, so when the chance came to review a couple of their products, I said yes fairly quickly.

In front of me, today, we have their slimline (yet full size) KC 6000 keyboard, as well as a nifty in concept authenticator mouse with an inbuilt fingerprint sensor (that goes by the name MC 4900). I'll admit that these aren't catchy or sexy names, but Cherry has never pretended to be a company that orientates itself toward gamers or those looking for flash. Indeed, I have often wondered why so many gamers gravitate so rapidly toward having a mechanical keyboard when, in reality, gaming on a decent membrane deck is perfectly fine and - let's be honest - much cheaper. I mean, I know why, of course. The feeling of mechanical switches is significantly improved over your average £10 job from Argos or Walmart, and if you are going to be gaming/typing on a board for a while, you may as well use something that feels nice.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Corsair SF450 Platinum SFX PSU Review
The SF450 Platinum doesn't replace Corsair's 80 PLUS Gold-rated SF450, but rather improves upon it with higher efficiency and better performance.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

DeepSpar Guardonix Review
DeepSpar is the big name in data recovery, making all sorts of data recovery hardware used by many of the big data recovery warehouses. Theyve recently ventured into getting their recovery hardware into the hands of smaller operations. A couple of years back, they launched the RapidSpar (reviewed here), which offered a nice little package that enabled smaller shops and small businesses to bring a fair chunk of their data recovery operations in-house. While these tools could also be used for data forensics, thats a different crowd really. Forensic operations want to just be able to plug a drive into a write blocker and hit GO on their imaging software. Write blockers are hardware devices that prevent any write requests from ever reaching the storage device, which lets the forensic shop later prove to the court (if needed) that the evidence (source drive) has not been tampered with. Historically, write-blocking hardware has not implemented data recovery functionality, meaning that a drive that times out with read errors would do the same thing when connected via a write blocker. This equates to added headaches for the data forensics guys that are just trying to get their drives imaged and get on with their cases (digging through the image looking for evidence of system compromise, illegal activity, etc).


Read full article @ PC Perspective

diskAshur Pro2 Encrypted Portable Drive Review
So let's say you have some data that you want to protect and you need the convenience of having it on a portable drive. A standard portable hard drive just doesn't cut it. Sure, they are inexpensive, but you really need a level of security that just isn't found on those types of drives. Well, iStorage has something that can keep your data secure. How secure? How about Real-Time Military Grade AES-XTS 256-bit Full-Disk Hardware Encryption secure? Okay, maybe not everyone needs that level of security, but if you do, then the iStorage diskAsure Pro2 can do the job.


Read full article @ OCC

Gemini Lake SFF PC Showdown: Intel's June Canyon (NUC7PJYH) and ECS's LIVA Z2 Reviewed
Small form-factor PCs have become a major growth segment over the last decade. On one hand, we have UCFF (ultra-compact form-factor) PCs revolutionize the desktop PC market. On the other hand, they have had an impact on the embedded and industrial market segment also. Intel has two different CPU architectures - the Core used in the premium market, and the Atom used for the entry-level. The pricing of Atom-based SoCs make it an attractive proposition for economical desktop PCs as well as industrial motherboards and systems. Atom-based SoCs are long-life products, with Gemini Lake being the most recent SoC family in that product line. Today, we take a look at two contrasting Gemini Lake UCFF PCs - the fanless ECS LIVA Z2 and the actively cooled Intel NUC7PJYH.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Graphics Card Pricing Update: December 2018
Time is running out for 2018 and this will be last update to our series before new GPUs possibly arrive in Q1 2019. In the meantime, we are seeing some interesting trends with further discounts and some previous generation GPUs running out of stock. Here's how prices have changed, what we expect in the future, and the current best value cards.


Read full article @ TechSpot

MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Duke 8G OC Graphics Card Review
The Nvidia RTX coverage continues here at Modders Inc as we have the MSI GeForce RTX 2080 DUKE 8G OC on the test bench. The MSI RTX 2080 Duke sheds the traditional Red/Black color scheme of MSI's gaming line and instead goes with a silver/black combo to give it an industrial look.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Overclocking Guide
It seems to be that time again for another overclocking guide. With the newly released 20 series by NVIDIA comes a host of new and revised features to improve the gaming experience. As for the manual overclocking aspect, things still look grim for those enthusiasts trying to maximize the video card's full potential without physically modifying the actual card. In this guide I will be covering NVIDIA Boost technology, overclocking the RTX 2080 in a manual configuration, and using the NVIDIA Auto OC Scanner.


Read full article @ OCC

Razer Blade 15 Base (2018) Review
It's a new cut-down version of the Blade 15 - but can it bring anything new to the table?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Razer Naga Trinity 2018 Gaming Mouse Review
The modular-upped Naga Trinity- Killing three birds with one mouse? The Original Naga came out five years ago and was made keeping MMO/MOBA gamers in mind.


Read full article @ Hardware BBQ




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