Workstation Battle: AMD Radeon Navi vs. NVIDIA GeForce SUPER and more
Posted on: 08/05/2019 09:54 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Acer Swift 7 Review
ASRock X570 Steel Legend Motherboard Review
Cooler Master MK730 Review
G-Technology G-Drive Mobile Pro SSD 500GB External Drive Review
Gamdias Talos P1A Review
Gigabyte AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD 1TB Review
Kingdom Come: Deliverance A Woman’s Lot Review
Liectroux C30B Robot Vacuum Review
NVIDIA Issues Warning to Upgrade Drivers Due to Security Patches
Workstation Battle: AMD Radeon Navi vs. NVIDIA GeForce SUPER

Acer Swift 7 Review
Acer's new Swift 7 is a 14-inch laptop that comes in as small of a footprint as you can imagine, and it actually weighs in at just under two pounds. It does make some sacrifices though.


Read full article @ Neowin

ASRock X570 Steel Legend Motherboard Review
The much revered ASRock’s “Steel Legend” has now arrived for the X570, and today we’ll be taking a quick look at the ASRock X570 Steel Legend Motherboard. This motherboard utilizes the latest AMD chipset X570 supporting all of the existing 2nd gen, and the latest 3rd gen Ryzen desktop processors.

The new X570 Steel Legend motherboard leverages all of the great features found on their Steel Legend series of motherboards, such as high build quality, steadfast stability and great aesthetics. It comes with a rich feature-set which includes … 2oz Copper, premium 60A power choke, XXL Aluminium alloy heatsinks, Nichicon 12K black caps, high density glass fabric PCB … yes the motherboard is made from glass fabric!

Other features include the new PCIE 4.0 standard on 2 PCIe 4.0 x16, slots as well as 3 PCIe 4.0 x1 slots. There’s 2 Hyper M.2 slots for SSDs, 1 M.2(Key E) for WiFi, and Intel Gigabit LAN for connectivity.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Cooler Master MK730 Review
Today we have a review with video of the little brother of the strong Cooler Master MK750 Gaming Keyboard. The Cooler Master MK730 Tenkeyless Gaming Keyboard doesn't use a numeric keypad, media and macro keys in favour of a compact and easily transportable format, but has a lot to offer with brilliant RGB lighting, hybrid key rollover, noble brushed aluminium, on-the-fly control and Cherry MX switches.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

G-Technology G-Drive Mobile Pro SSD 500GB External Drive Review
It's an external SSD that can withstand a surprising amount of force


Read full article @ KitGuru

Gamdias Talos P1A Review
The Gamdias Talos P1A is a fancy case with the latest trends, like RGB and hinged tempered glass. But it lacks an intake fan filter and Type-C port.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Gigabyte AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD 1TB Review
Remember when you thought your PCIe 3.0 NVMe drive was fast and you were comfortable in your confidence that no one would transfer files faster than you? Well you were wrong and Gigabyte is here to prove it with the AORUS NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD, the greatest thing to happen since, well the last greatest thing. Yay, progress! Find out more in our review!


Read full article @ MMORPG

Kingdom Come: Deliverance A Woman’s Lot Review
A Woman's Lot brings an end to the Skalitz saga with one final tale to be told, but with frustrating pacing and uninteresting objectives, perhaps the mystery is better.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Liectroux C30B Robot Vacuum Review
Although it lacks laser navigation the affordable C30B Robot Vacuum by Liectroux managed to get high marks in almost every single one of our tests.


Read full article @ NikKTech

NVIDIA Issues Warning to Upgrade Drivers Due to Security Patches
NVIDIA has found a total of five security vulnerabilities inside its Windows drivers for GeForce, Quadro and Tesla lineup of graphics cards. These new security risks are labeled as very dangerous and have the potential to cause local code execution, denial of service, or escalation of privileges, unless the system is updated. Users are advised to update their Windows drivers as soon as possible in order to stay secure and avoid all of these vulnerabilities, so be sure to check your drivers for latest version. Exploits are only accessible on Windows based OSes, starting from Windows 7 to Windows 10.

However, one fact that is easing this situation is that in order to exploit a system, attacker must have local access to the machine that is running NVIDIA GPU, as remote exploit can not happen. Bellow are the tables provided by NVIDIA that show type of exploit along with rating it carries and which driver versions are affected. There are no mitigations for this exploit, as driver update is the only available solution to secure the system.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Workstation Battle: AMD Radeon Navi vs. NVIDIA GeForce SUPER
We've taken a look at AMD's latest Radeons and NVIDIA's latest GeForces in gaming, so it's time to turn our attention to creators. We're pitting the RX 5700 series against NVIDIA's RTX SUPER, with a spattering of other models added in for a fuller look at what the proviz performance picture looks like today.


Read full article @ Techgage




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