Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super WGRP Reviews and more
Posted on: 08/10/2019 09:39 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Acer Predator Helios 700 Review
ASUS ROG SWIFT PG35VQ 35in 200Hz Curved Monitor Review
Cooler Master GS750 Gaming RGB Headset Stand Review
DC Universe Online Nintendo Switch Review-In-Progress
Fractal Design Celsius S24 AIO CPU Cooler Review
Gigabyte Aorus CV27F Monitor Review
HyperX Double Shot PBT Keycaps (White) Review
HyperX Predator RGB 32GB DDR4 3200MHZ CL16 Quad-Channel Kit Review
Lego Hidden Side Review: Ultimate AR Toy
Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super WGRP Review
Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super White GameRock Premium Review
Samsung Preps PM1733 PCIe 4.0 Enterprise SSDs For AMD's Rome EPYC Processors
Sony WF-1000XM3 Review
SteelSeries Apex Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Thermaltake Floe DX RGB 360 TT Premium Edition Review
ViewSonic Elite XG240R Monitor Review

Acer Predator Helios 700 Review
The Acer Predator Helios uses an innovative sliding keyboard to enable extra cooling, which leads to strong performance, but it sure is heavy.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

ASUS ROG SWIFT PG35VQ 35in 200Hz Curved Monitor Review
It's up there with the best gaming monitors we've EVER tested, but boy do you pay for it


Read full article @ KitGuru

Cooler Master GS750 Gaming RGB Headset Stand Review
When it comes to the need of hanging a headset, many will opt for some form of a hook, and those with a bit more to spend on the idea will hit the internet, and find a plastic stand to do the task for roughly $10. However, whether using a headset stand, opting for a dummy head, or investing in some of the bent-wood options we have seen, they all seem to take up space without offering much more in the form of benefits. There are a few, maybe not as widely known, examples where a headset stand can be more of a user-friendly product with additional features, but never have we seen such an option with as many features as what is in the product we have for you today.

Cooler Master took a look at some of the conventional stands out there, and likely had seen the Corsair version, which we were given a while ago, and has been in use since its arrival. Even though the Corsair and Razer solutions were good at that time, evolution creeps up on all of us, and Cooler Master now has the best thing in the game. Since the hub idea tends to need USB connectivity to the PC, replacing that USB port is helpful on the stands, but Cooler Master offers two USB 3.0 ports rather than just one.


Read full article @ TweakTown

DC Universe Online Nintendo Switch Review-In-Progress
I've been an avid player of Daybreak?s DC Universe Online MMO since the PC beta. The Windows and PlayStation 3 release happened way back in January of 2011. Back then it was owned by Sony Online Entertainment. Call me crazy but I bought the collector's edition being an avid DC Comics reader, even today, and I also spent money in-game on the PC version. Then the move to Next-Gen consoles happened and I jumped on the PlayStation 4 (PS4) bandwagon as playing with a controller there seemed more natural to me. I also spent money there as well. Now the same 8-year-old game arrives on Nintendo Switch and for some reason I feel invigorated again.


Read full article @ MMORPG

Fractal Design Celsius S24 AIO CPU Cooler Review
Cooling is an absolutely vital part of a gaming PC. Lower temperatures allow you to push higher clocks for greater performance. There are plenty of great air coolers out there from brands like Noctua, but I've always preferred liquid cooling. Today, we?re taking a look at the Fractal Design Celsius S24, a 240mm radiator with some unique design features. Read on for our full review!


Read full article @ MMORPG

Gigabyte Aorus CV27F Monitor Review
It seems like a great time to buy a shiny new monitor for a gaming PC. FreeSync 2-certified monitors are plentiful on the open market and multiple companies are actively pushing them out the door to fight for your hard-earned dollars. Since NVIDIA started supporting FreeSync earlier this year, both GeForce and Radeon owners can take full advantage of variable refresh rate goodness without paying the price premiums associated with buying certain displays with G-Sync modules inside. If you haven't already, the time is right to start shopping for a high-refresh-rate FreeSync display -- the affect on smoothness and tearing is stark and make modern gaming monitors a worthwhile investment. Case in point, the new Gigabyte Aorus CV27F we will be looking at today...


Read full article @ HotHardware

HyperX Double Shot PBT Keycaps (White) Review
The HyperX Double Shot PBT Keycaps (White) gives your HyperX keyboard an upgrade in feel and in looks.


Read full article @ APH Networks

HyperX Predator RGB 32GB DDR4 3200MHZ CL16 Quad-Channel Kit Review
The Predator DDR4 RGB 32GB 3200MHZ CL16 Quad-Channel Kit by HyperX is the 2nd DDR4 Kit to land in our lab and it didn't fail to impress us.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Lego Hidden Side Review: Ultimate AR Toy
Lego’s Hidden Side sets pair an impressive augmented reality experience with an addictive gaming experience and fun builds.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super WGRP Review
Enter the Super White GameRock Premium. It has been a busy few weeks for GPU launches, and with so many new arrivals, there was a strong possibility that something would slip under the radar. That something was Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 Super, a mighty fast GPU that for various reasons was met by a feeling of indifference by those readers who took note.

Such a response can be attributed in part to more interesting developments further down the chain - rival Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs have at the very least stirred the pot - but that shouldn't detract from the fact that RTX 2080 Super is the second-fastest consumer GeForce graphics card available to date. Trouble is, if Nvidia's beautifully designed Founders Edition struggled to spark the imagination, how are partners going to attract attention with custom cards that typically cost more?


Read full article @ Hexus

Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super White GameRock Premium Review
The Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super White GameRock Premium is one of the few graphics cards with a white cooler theme, which definitely makes it attractive to many buyers. The card comes overclocked out of the box and runs quieter than any other RTX 2080 Super card we've reviewed so far.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Samsung Preps PM1733 PCIe 4.0 Enterprise SSDs For AMD's Rome EPYC Processors
With the launch of AMDs new second generation "Rome" EPYC processors, AMDs numerous hardware partners have been lining up to announce their own wares built around the new processors. And this doesnt just go for OEMs and integrators, but it also extends to component suppliers who have been eagerly awaiting the first x86 server processor with PCIe 4.0 support. To that end, yesterday Samsung sent out an announcement confirming that their previously announced PM1733 enterprise SSD supports AMDs new processors, and that just in time for inclusion in Rome systems, theyll be shipping this quarter.

Samsung first announced the PM1733 last fall, as part of its general SSD roadmap update for the then-forthcoming year. The PM1733 is the successor to their PM1723b enterprise SSD, and is designed to take advantage of the bandwidth advances provided by PCIe 4.0. Based on the company’s proprietary controller and paired with 512 Gb 5th Generation V-NAND memory chips, the drive family is rated for read speeds of up to 8 GB/second.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Sony WF-1000XM3 Review
Over the past month, Ive used the Sonys poorly-named but pretty incredible WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds for gym workouts (recommended) and bike rides (at your own risk). These $228 earbuds fall between Apples $159 AirPods and $259 PowerBeats Pro but offer something both dont: active noise cancellation.
In fact, I reviewed the PowerBeats Pro last month and thought I was done with my search for the perfect wireless earbuds.


Read full article @ 9to5Mac

SteelSeries Apex Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
The SteelSeries Apex Pro RGB mechanical gaming keyboard may change the way you game. But fans of tactile typing will want more from the linear switches.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Thermaltake Floe DX RGB 360 TT Premium Edition Review
Out of all the companies currently vying for your business in the AIO liquid cooling market, Thermaltake is, without a doubt, one of the best and busiest! We have reviewed many of their products in the past and, quite frankly, have never failed to be impressed with their performance, aesthetics and (perhaps most importantly) their highly-competitive price points at which their numerous products are offered.

The Thermaltake Floe DX RGB 360 TT Premium Edition (hereafter to be referred to simply as the Thermaltake Floe DX) represents their latest AIO liquid cooler design and also one of their more ‘high-end’ products in terms of their usual releases.


Read full article @ eTeknix

ViewSonic Elite XG240R Monitor Review
In this article, we will test out the € 269,- costing FreeSync compatible ViewSonic Elite XG240R Monitor. While we think that most people use something WHQD, 70% of the gamers still use a Full HD monitor. And this is a 24-inch 1920x1080 screen, TN based with a 144 HZ refresh rate. Oh yes, and some RGB lighting as well as offering FreeSync and GSync compatibility in the form of adaptive sync.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D




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