Water Cooling 101 and more
Posted on: 04/13/2016 08:10 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AM3+ Charts: 4 Boards - ASUS 970 Pro Gaming / Aura
Go Puck 5x
HTC 10 Hands-On Preview Live At New York Unveil Event
Intel Pentium G4400 Processor Review
Marley Rebel BT Headphones Review - Serious Wireless Power!
MSI Z170A SLI Plus LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard Review
Mushkin TRIACTOR 480GB SSD Review
NZXT Manta Chassis Review
Razer Orochi 2015 Review
SanDisk X400 256GB SSD Review
Water Cooling 101: Adding Memory Blocks & Maintaining Your Loop

AM3+ Charts: 4 Boards - ASUS 970 Pro Gaming / Aura
In our comparison tables, meanwhile you find benchmark values regarding 4 recent AM3+ motherboards. Furthermore we do not comment the benchmark values. The idea and also the goal is to present to you a market overview which helps you choose the right motherboard.


Read full article @ ocaholic

Go Puck 5x
Go Puck is a relatively new company that was founded back in 2013 with the mission to create a durable and rugged power bank for adventure seekers who demand a battery that can withstand shock and abuse. The company founder originally developed the technology that would go into the Go Puck because of his enthusiasm for motorsports. He designed the Braille Battery that is the current IndyCar Spec battery and has also developed batteries for the medical and aerospace market.


Read full article @ Bjorn3D

HTC 10 Hands-On Preview Live At New York Unveil Event
HTC unveiled its latest flagship smartphone to world early this morning, the HTC 10. Fortunately, we were able to spend some time with HTC at an event in New York City and got some hands-on time with the new phone.

HTC has asked that we hold any benchmarks, technical data, or impressions of the 10’s camera performance until the full review goes live (which should be in a couple of days), but if you want a quick tour of the phone, we’ve got the goods for you here.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Intel Pentium G4400 Processor Review
When Intel releases a new processor family, we immediately start seeing reviews and opinions on the enthusiast grade processors such as the i5-6600K and the i7-6700K, both of which are great processors, however there is a downside; they are some of the more expensive processors. Not everybody wants to spend a lot of money on a new processor nor does everybody need the added features and power of these processors. Because of this, Intel releases a range of processors that start at $64.99 with free shipping, such as the Intel Pentium G4400, and quickly moves up in price depending on your need.


Read full article @ Legit Reviews

Marley Rebel BT Headphones Review - Serious Wireless Power!
The headphone audio market is a drastically growing, booming industry. With many big competing names on the market today it’s completely understandable that a consumer may become confused with what product or just which company they want to purchase from. Marley is one of those popular companies with many products of their own varying from over-ear, on-ear, and in-ear headphones. Today we will be looking at their new Rebel BT headphones. Do they deserve their place on the market? Continue reading and we will let you know.


Read full article @ TechnologyX

MSI Z170A SLI Plus LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard Review
Designed to deliver full gaming performance at reduced cost, the Z170A SLI Plus arrives with MSI's hope for a value award. Today, we put the ATX motherboard to the test.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Mushkin TRIACTOR 480GB SSD Review
If you're after one of the most affordable 480GB SSDs in the market today that doesn't do half bad in terms of performance and durability the TRIACTOR by Mushkin could be your best bet.


Read full article @ Nikktech

NZXT Manta Chassis Review
NZXT has launched a Mini-ITX case called Manta that breaks the rules, defies expectations and looks pretty darned cute into the bargain. Take a look at our video and photos and you will see that all the panels on the Manta are curved. This is a novel styling trick that looks good, gives extra space inside the case for cable management and also helps NZXT to conceal the intake and exhaust vents on the top and front of the case.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Razer Orochi 2015 Review
Portable in size, the Orochi looks to notebook users that are often moving around but also want that little extra from their mouse for some side gaming. The Orochi caters for exactly this situation by improving its battery life by up to double over its predecesor due to switching to Bluetooth LE connectivity. This Promises around 60hours of continuous wireless usage, so there is plenty of juice to keep you going in casual circumstances. In wireless mode, the Orochi boasts a modest 8ms response time (125Hz polling), but when you want to get down and serious with some gaming, you can unlock the beast by plugging in the USB cable, resulting in a more gamer friendly 1ms response time.

The Orochi comes with various changes to keep in with its contemporaries including a slightly refreshed aesthetic, rubberised side grips and Chroma lighting.


Read full article @ Vortez

SanDisk X400 256GB SSD Review
SanDisk’s X400 is the successor to the X300/X300s series and is aimed at the corporate/mainstream market segments. It can be seen as an improved combination of both previous drives as it has the 256-bit AES encryption of the S version of the X300 built in as standard. The X400 family features SanDisk’s 6th generation 15nm Triple Level Cell TLC NAND and just like the previous X300 uses SanDisk’s nCache technology where some of the NAND runs in SLC mode to bolster performance.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Water Cooling 101: Adding Memory Blocks & Maintaining Your Loop
You’ve done it all so far, designed and built your first loop, upgraded and expanded that loop to include your GPU but still you’ve got a desire to watercool more. Well rather than building a whole new rig, there are options out there to take your watercooling to a whole new level. This is where things get sort of technically difficult and you are going to be voiding some warranties as well. After CPU and GPU blocks the next most popular would be Memory and Motherboard blocks. Both of these require you to remove the stock heat spreaders and can potentially damage parts and just as often voids your warranty. For our rig, there is no motherboard block available, instead we are going to go ahead and demonstrate how to install water blocks on your memory.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org




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