Official Overclocking: Intels Performance Maximizer reviewed and more
Posted on: 06/25/2019 10:21 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Radeon RX 5700 and 5700 XT Buying Guide
AMD Ryzen 7nm AM4 CPU Buying Guide
AMD X570 Motherboard Buying Guide
An Interview with AMD’s Forrest Norrod: Naples, Rome, Milan, & Genoa
CORSAIR HYDRO X Series Review
ID-Cooling IS-65 and Auraflow X 240 CPU Coolers Review
Official Overclocking: Intel's Performance Maximizer reviewed
OnlyOffice Desktop Editors Review
Razer BlackWidow Lite Silent Mechanical Keyboard Review
Team Group XCalibur Phantom Gaming RGB 16GB DDR4-3200 (TF8D416G3200HC16CDC01) Review
TPLink Archer A6 Wireless Router Review

AMD Radeon RX 5700 and 5700 XT Buying Guide
Please note, this Radeon 5700 article will be updated as more information, prices, reviews and other information become available. Last updated 14/06/2019 The latest AMD 7nm CPUs and GPUs are almost here. Of course, if you want to know more about the new CPU range, you can check out our buying guide here.


Read full article @ eTeknix

AMD Ryzen 7nm AM4 CPU Buying Guide
Please note, this AMD Ryzen 7nm article will be updated as more information, prices, reviews and other information become available. Last updated 14/06/2019 Only a few weeks ago, we saw Lisa Su take to the stage at Computex 2019 and unleash the news of Ryzen 3rd Generation CPUs to the world.


Read full article @ eTeknix

AMD X570 Motherboard Buying Guide
Please note, this AMD X570 article will be updated as more information, prices, reviews and other information become available. Last updated 14/06/2019 Ryzen 3rd Gen is on its way. Or, if youre reading this after the release date, its here at last!


Read full article @ eTeknix

An Interview with AMD’s Forrest Norrod: Naples, Rome, Milan, & Genoa
There’s no getting away from the fact that AMD’s big revenue potential exists in the server space. While the glitz and the glamor is all about the Ryzen, the big money is with EPYC. Heading up AMD’s EPYC efforts, as well as their extended collaborations in the embedded and semi-custom segments, is Forrest Norrod, the SVP and GM of the Datacenter and Embedded Solutions Group at AMD. We spent some time at Computex talking with Forrest about the upcoming premise of Rome, and how AMD now sees itself in the server and enterprise ecosystem.


Read full article @ Anandtech

CORSAIR HYDRO X Series Review
New from Corsair is a complete water cooling ecosystem named Hydro X. This new line for Corsair has been in the planning stages for quite some time and it has finally seen daylight. Modders Inc first heard about this new idea a little over a year ago and we are happy to be part of the release.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

ID-Cooling IS-65 and Auraflow X 240 CPU Coolers Review
OCC is back with a new video review, this time of the ID-Cooling IS-65 and Auraflow X 240 CPU Coolers.


Read full article @ OCC

Official Overclocking: Intel's Performance Maximizer reviewed
PC enthusiasts have been overclocking their hardware since before I owned a PC. At the risk of sounding like an old person, I had to move jumpers around on my Shuttle HOT-555A to get that Socket 7's motherboard to run its front-side bus at 83 MHz instead of 66. That took my Pentium MMX 166 MHz up to 207 MHz. The prevailing thought among enthusiasts seemed to be "why not overclock? It's free performance." The process was a little intimidating to me at first, and many average PC users either didn't know about it or were afraid to mess with the default settings. Fast forward a few years and motherboards started to make things easier. Abit's KT7  was the first motherboard I can think of that had a jumper-free overclocking experience. You could press a hotkey at boot time and mess around with voltages and bus timings right on your PC monitor.


Read full article @ The Tech Report

OnlyOffice Desktop Editors Review
For Your Office Only. A review of OnlyOffice Desktop Editors, a free, cross-platform office suite, including installation setup, look and feel, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, style management, collaboration, plugins, encryption, Microsoft Office compatibility, other features, some issues, and more. Should be fun.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo

Razer BlackWidow Lite Silent Mechanical Keyboard Review
When working at the home office and you have quite a bit of typing to do on the laptop or desktop computer, Razer helps with the their new, compact TKL BlackWidow Lite keyboard that features non-intrusive, all-white keyboard lighting.


Read full article @ Mad Shirmps

Team Group XCalibur Phantom Gaming RGB 16GB DDR4-3200 (TF8D416G3200HC16CDC01) Review
We see if the new DDR4-3200 kit makes sense. Price reductions for DDR4 ICs, and memory in general, have been welcome news for the industry. Looking at system RAM in particular, it's now possible to buy 16GB of DDR4-3,000 memory for £65, which is about half the cost as at the turn of the year.

Such pricing puts those companies interested in producing RGB-laden RAM into something of a quandary; they cannot charge too much more for the light-infused technology when the base cost is so low. It's to this backdrop that Team Group intros the XCalibur Phantom Gaming modules.


Read full article @ Hexus

TPLink Archer A6 Wireless Router Review
With TPLinks renewed interest in offering the best bang for your buck with its new Archer lineup, the A6 takes center stage as a compromise between the entry-level A5 coming in at $39.99 and mid-range A7 at $64.99. On the hardware side, the A6 takes advantage of the Qualcomm QCA9563.


Read full article @ TweakTown




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