Western Digital WD RED 8TB NAS HDD Review and more
Posted on: 05/02/2019 10:16 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Alphacool Eiszyklon Aurora RGB LT Fan Review
Asus ROG Ryujin 360 Review
Corsair H100i RGB Platinum Liquid Cooler Review
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Review
Quick Look Review: Intel Optane Memory H10 with Solid State Storage
Samsung 883 DCT Enterprise SSD Review
Western Digital WD RED 8TB NAS HDD Review

Alphacool Eiszyklon Aurora RGB LT Fan Review
Alphacool adds to their ever-increasing Aurora lineup of RGB products with the Eiszyklon Aurora RGB LT fans. Available in 1100 or 1300 RPM options, these fans feature 16 RGB LEDs to make for a noise-optimized light-show on your new watercooled PC.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Asus ROG Ryujin 360 Review
Bigger, cooler, more colorful! Today we are testing the Asus ROG Ryujin 360 AIO water cooling system from the absolute premium segment with VRM cooling, addressable RGB lighting and OLED display, which is also completely equipped with Noctua Premium fans. In the following Asus Ryujin review, we not only measure the cooling performance with different processors, but also demonstrate again the fan and pump volume as well as the lighting effects in three new videos.


Read full article @ OcInside.de

Corsair H100i RGB Platinum Liquid Cooler Review
In the decade since the Corsair H50 was first launched, Corsair has released a plethora of AIO water coolers, with the H100i being among the latest and greatest. The only thing missing from the original H100i in the eyes of some enthusiasts, however, was some color, RGB to be specific. It's 2019, and like it or not RGB is everywhere, so to appease enthusiasts craving a bit of additional RGB action, Corsair has released an RGB version of its popular H100i cooler, the Corsair H100i RGB Platinum, that glows for days and offers strong performance to boot...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Review
A good gaming mouse made better. We're spoilt for choice when it comes to peripherals here at HEXUS HQ, so the fact that I use Corsair's Ironclaw RGB as my preferred gaming mouse is testament to the quality of the device. Launched back in January as a go-to solution for righties with large hands, the mouse isn't particularly fancy - it's wired and features just the seven buttons - but it's sculpted profile makes it one of the comfiest gaming peripherals I've used.

I didn't anticipate retiring the device anytime soon, but here we are just five months later, and Corsair has a superior sibling dubbed the Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless. The name alone reveals that wireless connectivity is the big change, but there are a couple of other significant upgrades that could also be of interest, so let's dig in.


Read full article @ Hexus

Quick Look Review: Intel Optane Memory H10 with Solid State Storage
For the first time Intel is offering their Optane memory coupled with traditional NAND storage in a single package, which makes it an ideal candidate for space-constrained applications such as the thin-and-light HP notebook our review sample arrived in. Yes, Optane Memory H10 with Solid State Storage is here, and while we have already covered the benefits of Optane and its faster-than-lightning 3D Xpoint memory technology the unique pairing of this ultra low-latency cache and larger QLC storage in a single M.2 package is worthy of a fresh look.

The Optane Memory H10 with Solid State Storage module is available in three sizes; with 256 GB, 512GB, and 1TB to be available from select OEMs. For the smallest 256GB capacity the Optane memory onboard is 16GB, and this doubles to 32GB for the larger capacities. Rather than bridging the two different technologies on the package itself Intel has left them as discrete devices and created a bifurcated storage device as a result; internally separate storage devices, the Optane and QLC NAND storage devices split the external PCIe Gen3 x4 connection. A compatible system will see these as two separate PCI Gen3 x2 storage devices, and the Optane cache is handled completely in software.


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Samsung 883 DCT Enterprise SSD Review
The 883 DCT is Samsung's flagship enterprise SATA SSD sold through the channel. The series ships in five capacities ranging from 240GB to a massive 3.84TB and targets moderate workloads that require higher performance consistency for critical data applications.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Western Digital WD RED 8TB NAS HDD Review
The WD RED series by Western Digital is one that weve already have a lot of looks at. That doesnt mean that we cant have another one, does it? Today Im putting the 8TB HDD through the paces and benchmarks.


Read full article @ eTeknix




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