Ryzen 9 3950X 24 Percent Faster Than i9-10980XE in Leaked 3DMark Benchmark and more
Posted on: 10/20/2019 10:20 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ASRock Taichi RX 5700XT OC+ Review
Best AMD motherboards for the Ryzen 7 3700X
Dell Latitude 5400 Review
Raging Loop Review
Ring Video Doorbell Review
Ryzen 9 3950X 24 Percent Faster Than i9-10980XE in Leaked 3DMark Benchmark
Tt eSPORTS Shock Pro RGB Gaming Headset Review
Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero Wireless Headset Review

ASRock Taichi RX 5700XT OC+ Review
With board partner Navi cards releasing into the wild, can they stand up to the offerings of Real-time Ray Tracing juggernaut NVIDIA? ASRock and AMD would like to think so. This is our review of the ASRock Taichi Radeon 5700XT OC+ Edition.


Read full article @ MMORPG

Best AMD motherboards for the Ryzen 7 3700X
The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X is a powerful processor, but it's only able to hit its full potential with a good motherboard. Whether you simply want a budget board that's compatible with the CPU or a beastly platform for overclocking, we got you covered with these recommendations.


Read full article @ Windows Central

Dell Latitude 5400 Review
Dell's Latitude 5400 isn't the thinnest or the lightest clamshell laptop around, but it certainly checks the right boxes with a solid keyboard, an FHD display, and a Whiskey Lake processor.


Read full article @ Neowin

Raging Loop Review
Raging Loop certainly isn’t the first video game to use the social subterfuge of Werewolf and The Resistance as its backbone (Ubisoft released one such game for PlayStation VR only a few short years ago). However, I hadn’t ever seen the use of Werewolf in a visual novel prior to a copy of Raging Loop show up in my inbox. Known most famously for their retro Top Gear titles and the glut of Japanese RPG’s you’ll often see on mobile marketplaces, KEMCO hasn’t had many opportunities to prove themselves as a visual novel publisher in the West. With Raging Loop, both developer KEMCO and publisher Pqube want to prove that werewolves shouldn’t be something to fear.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Ring Video Doorbell Review
The packaging is easy to figure out, and the installation was simple. We removed the battery immediately to start charging. The battery can take up to 10 hours to recharge and should last 3-6 months, depending on usage and settings. A small level is included and even an orange Torx screwdriver to easily remove the battery cover.

Once you download the app, setting the Ring up is simple, but can take some time. For example, you need to decide if you want motion or Ring alert. A wizard is provided to set the motion zones, although we found that the motions zones aren't specific enough. You can prolong battery life with video, motions, and sound settings. We found that the Ring needed to be used for about a week before we knew what settings we wanted, or didn't.


Read full article @ MajorGeeks

Ryzen 9 3950X 24 Percent Faster Than i9-10980XE in Leaked 3DMark Benchmark
A new leak today from the well-connected industry leaker APISAK teases good news for AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 9 3950X, at least in comparison to Intel’s Cascade Lake-X platform.



Read full article @ PC Perspective

Tt eSPORTS Shock Pro RGB Gaming Headset Review
Can affordable gaming headsets compete with higher cost models in today's market? Today we test the Shock Pro RGB by Tt eSPORTS to find out.

Affordable with good looks (especially with the introduction of RGB/ARGB lighting) and performance/features is what every consumer out there is after when out in the market for new gaming peripherals including desks, chairs, keyboards, mice, headsets and even mouse pads/mats and laptop/screen storage/carrying backpacks. Unfortunately, however even though most gaming peripherals manufacturers out in the market do their very best to cater to the needs of their entire consumer base such results not always achievable. Tt eSPORTS is not only one such manufacturer but they've actually released a significant amount of "budget-friendly" gaming peripherals over the years such as the Shock Pro RGB Gaming Headset which we've been using for slightly over a month now.

A division of Thermaltake Gaming, Tt eSPORTS is committed to bringing the most personalized and the highest quality gear for the most competitive cyber battles, and advances the idea of products designed by gamers for gamers. Tt eSPORTS has continually been a major driving force in inspiring, challenging, and taking to new heights eSports in the professional gaming industry; and currently sponsors a multitude of gaming teams and streamers from around the world by equipping them with the necessary gaming gears - keyboards, headsets, mice and accessories - to compete and succeed at the highest level at major eSport events such as: Dreamhack, Insomnia, epic.LAN and the Intel Extreme Masters. Tt eSPORTS continually strives to promote eSports as a global phenomenon and to put it onto the world stage.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero Wireless Headset Review
Im a big fan of the Turtle Beach Elite, so much so, that Ive been using one as my daily headset since it was released about a year ago. You can check out my review of it here! Now Turtle Beach is back with a new and massively improved model, the Elite Atlas Aero.


Read full article @ eTeknix


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