AMD Ryzen Mobile Benchmarks And Performance: Taking On Intel In Laptops and more
Posted on: 11/22/2017 07:54 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Aerocool Project 7 C1 Pro Chassis Review
AMD Ryzen Mobile Benchmarks And Performance: Taking On Intel In Laptops
Best PC Hardware Sales For Thanksgiving and Black Friday
Corsair ST100 RGB Review
MSI X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard Review
Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 review: green entry-level card
Reeven NAIA 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Star Wars Special Edition Yoga 920 Preview
Tesoro Gram SE Optical Review
VIZIO SmartCast M50-E1 4K UHD HDR Display Review
XSPC Razor Neo GTX 1080 Ti Waterblock Review

Aerocool Project 7 C1 Pro Chassis Review
The Aerocool P7 C1 Pro is a upgraded version of last year’s Project C1 which Leo reviewed back in December (HERE (https://www.kitguru.net/components/cases/leo-waldock/aerocool-project-7-c1-case-review/) ), It had decent cooling performance and integrated lighting in the front panel with up to 8 changeable colours. This time round Aerocool have decided to adopt full RGB lighting – but is it enough to justify the word PRO and to stand out from the competition ?


Read full article @ KitGuru

AMD Ryzen Mobile Benchmarks And Performance: Taking On Intel In Laptops
AMD Ryzen is set to yet again take on Intel’s dominant position in the market. However, in this latest implementation, Zen is being coupled with AMD’s Vega graphics cores for a fully integrated laptop solution in Ryzen Mobile, with the potential for a significantly more robust multimedia and gaming experience as a result.

So what happens when you bring the two together on a single piece of silicon and configure it within the confines of a laptop PC?


Read full article @ HotHardware

Best PC Hardware Sales For Thanksgiving and Black Friday
Looking to build a new PC this holiday or just looking to upgrade the one you have? We looked around and came up with a list of what thought some of the best Black Friday deals around for PC gaming enthusiasts!


Read full article @ Legit Reviews

Corsair ST100 RGB Review
We test the Corsair ST100 RGB headset stand, granted not something we'd typically review. However, the ST100 RGB headset stand is something different.


Read full article @ Guru3D

MSI X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard Review
Does X399 answer the questions buyers have about how well AMD fares in the high-end computing space? MSI’s X399 flagship is first up on the test bench.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 review: green entry-level card
In the entry-level segment of graphics cards the GT 730 was a popular choice for a long time. Now that the Pascal-architecture is running at full speed, Nvidia completed their product portfolio by releasing a new entry-level card: the GeForce GT 1030.

In the entry-level segment of graphics cards the GT 730 was a popular choice for a long time. For not a lot of money you could purchase a graphics card that was a lot faster than a lot of current integrated GPUs. However, at the time of the Maxwell-generation Nvidia did not release a GT 930; instead of that the lowest positioned GPU in the 900-series was the GTX 950. This graphics card was not comparable with its predecessor, in terms of both price and performance. Now that the Pascal-architecture is running at full speed, Nvidia completed their product portfolio by releasing a new entry-level card for the low-end segment and the spiritual successor of the GT 730: the GeForce GT 1030.


Read full article @ Hardware.Info

Reeven NAIA 240 Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Read with action movie voice over guy voice) In a world filled with heartache, turmoil, and strife. A world without direction or promise of a future, many are left with questions. Questions like, ‘What should I use to cool my CPU?’, ‘There are so many AiOs which one is right for me?’, and even ‘Isn’t the cooler that came with it good enough?’. If you find yourself echoing those thoughts you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re taking a look at a brand new AiO from a company just entering this ultra competitive space, Reeven, with their NAIA 240. This interesting first try at a watercooling part stands out with a clear, led backlit, refillable reservoir chamber. Follow along as we find out if this cooler is the right one to solve all your worries and fears.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Star Wars Special Edition Yoga 920 Preview
The *Star Wars Special Edition Yoga 920* will be available in two designs - one for the *Galactic Empire*, and one for the *Rebel Alliance*!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

Tesoro Gram SE Optical Review
Quite some time has passed since we've last reviewed a Tesoro keyboard. With the Gram SE Optical, Tesoro offers a combination of optical switches and RGB backlight. Apart from that this keyboard is available either in black or white. The Gram SE Optical features a simple and sleek design and at this point we're getting curious to find out whether this product is capable of convincing us or not.


Read full article @ ocaholic

VIZIO SmartCast M50-E1 4K UHD HDR Display Review
Not all that long ago, high definition 1080p image resolution was heralded as the biggest entertainment improvement since the DVD. Technology continued to tick ahead and, before Blu-ray ever truly became a household standard, ultra high-definition 4K (2160p) displays arrived on scene, and later High Dynamic Range. With Ultra HD Blu-ray and streaming video content now offered in Ultra HD, it makes sense to upgrade. In this article for Benchmark Reviews, we test the 50″ VIZIO SmartCast M50-E1 UHD HDR home theater display with Google Chromecast built-in.


Read full article @ Benchmark Reviews

XSPC Razor Neo GTX 1080 Ti Waterblock Review
If you are thinking about delving in water cooling your high end NVIDIA GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti video card, the XSPC Razor Neo is certainly worthy of being on your short list. Outside of its incredibly good looks, Frag Harder Disco Lights, and easy install process, does it work well when it comes to overclocking and cooling your GTX 1080 Ti?

XSPC has very much impressed us lately with its Threadripper waterblock performance. Its socket TR4 specific waterblock has outperformed every other waterblock we have tested with AMD's overclocked Threadripper. Given that we think more than a few of the "old guard" enthusiasts are very excited about AMD's new HEDT CPU, we figured that more than a few of you guys would be moving to a custom cooling loop for your new system. And given that many of you will likely be running high end GPUs in these systems as well, it is highly like that you will want to include you video card into your custom loop. So when XSPC gave us the opportunity to test its Razor Neo waterblock for the GTX 1080 Ti, we took them up on the offer.


Read full article @ HardOCP




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