WD_Black Game Drive P10 5TB Portable HDD Review and more
Posted on: 09/06/2019 09:14 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Enerpad Universal Powerbank AC-42K EU Review
HyperX White Double Shot PBT Keycaps Review
Intels Clear Linux On AMD EPYC Rome? Still Significant Performance Uplift Over Ubuntu
MSI RTX 2080 SUPER GAMING X TRIO Review
Scythe Fuma 2 CPU Air Cooler Review
WD_Black Game Drive P10 5TB Portable HDD Review

Enerpad Universal Powerbank AC-42K EU Review
With a massive battery capacity of 41600mAh, two AC 220V/110V sockets and three USB outputs the Universal Powerbank AC-42K EU by Enerpad should be all you need to cover your electrical needs in your upcoming trip.

Read full article @ NikKTech

HyperX White Double Shot PBT Keycaps Review
Keycaps are one of the most overlooked aspects of gaming keyboards. For years, enthusiasts have asked manufacturers to do better. Well, they finally are. Today, we're reviewing the new pudding keycap set from HyperX. They're white, double shot, made from high quality PBT, and will make your RGB look amazing. Let's dive in.

Read full article @ MMORPG

Intels Clear Linux On AMD EPYC Rome? Still Significant Performance Uplift Over Ubuntu
The current AMD EPYC 7742 2P benchmarking that is happening at Phoronix is an interesting Linux/BSD operating system performance comparison. That's in the works while so far are some Ubuntu and Clear Linux numbers. Yes, Intel's open-source Clear Linux platform does run fine generally on AMD hardware -- including the new AMD "Rome" processors -- and generally does still run damn fast. Here is a look at Clear Linux on this 128 core / 256 thread server with Clear Linux against Ubuntu 19.04 as well as the upcoming Ubuntu 19.10.

Read full article @ Phoronix

MSI RTX 2080 SUPER GAMING X TRIO Review
In the sea of Raytracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling, it’s easy to get lost. I am of course referring to numerous video cards by NVIDIA. In the past few years, we had a lot of rumors, facts, and promises of all that is great when it comes to the incredible graphics and gaming.

Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Scythe Fuma 2 CPU Air Cooler Review
We have quite a lot of respect for Scythe and, in particular, their cooling products. While they are not a particularly well-known brand in Western markets, they are trying (and with some success) to get out there and get themselves noticed! It hasn’t, of course, hurt with the fact that they have released a number of ‘better than you might expect’ products in recent years.

The Scythe Fuma 2 is a pretty chunky, twin fan air cooler that looks to provide a solid air cooling solution to your system. Featuring a ‘sandwiched’ fan, it doesn’t take too much imagination to see what (or perhaps more accurately, who) they are gunning for here. Without naming names, let’s just say it’s either a manufacturer with a fondness for cream and beige or one who loves black. The design, as a whole, is a bold statement from Scythe and is actually a 2nd-generation design for the Fuma cooler.

Read full article @ eTeknix

WD_Black Game Drive P10 5TB Portable HDD Review
The "Game Drive" was introduced several years ago, in fact if we look back in the archives, you will see the very first game drive solutions were reviewed in September and November of 2015 on TweakTown. Back then, Xbox One and PS4 had only been on the market two years and drive capacity wasn't the biggest concern. Fast forward to the present and capacity has been pushed up to 3,4 and 5TB with a plethora of games available for each system respectively. Over the last few years, Seagate has been the dominant brand behind the "Game Drive" market. They have produced a good number of solutions for both PS4 and Xbox including several exclusive models for Gears of War and Halo Wars on Xbox.

Read full article @ TweakTown




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