Cheap gaming mice round-up and more
Posted on: 10/30/2017 10:36 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Adata XPG Z1 DDR4 16GB 3200 MHz GOLD Memory Review
Cheap gaming mice round-up: budget mice
Cooler Master MasterMouse MM530 Optical Mouse Review
CORSAIR Commander PRO Build Review
Corsair LL140 Dual Light Loop RGB LED Fan Kit Review
Corsair ST100 RGB Premium Headset stand
CRYORIG A40 AIO CPU Cooler Review
Gamdias Hebe M1 RGB Headset Review
GeForce GTX 1070 Price Cut - It's Not Dead, Just Cheaper
Guru3D Rig of the Month - October 2017
HP ElitePOS Reinvents The Retail Experience
MSI's new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Titanium + Gaming: Unboxed

Adata XPG Z1 DDR4 16GB 3200 MHz GOLD Memory Review
The DDR3 Memory interface has been here for many years, but now when the DDR4 platform has taken hold of the rigs, it’s hard to think to go back to DDR3 for new PC builds. There is absolutely no question on DDR3 performance, but with the induction of 6th gen platform, PCs are encouraged to switch on DDR4 motherboards which ultimately demands DDR4 RAM. While it isn’t a huge development in the terms of performance, the major advantage has been observed in the frequencies out of the box. It starts from 2133mhz, continues to 3200mhz, while some brands even offers 3800mhz on XMP 2.0.

Now this is where DDR4 shines, instead of investing so much effort on overclocking and resulting in de-stabilizing your system, you‘ll get straight away 3000MHz+ by simply enabling XMP 2.0 from BIOS. This is one case scenario though, today consumer’s not only looking for high speed modules, but designs and stylish looks on their RAMs is another fate. To achieve that, different designers have been offering aesthetically beautiful and aggressive looking Memory modules.

XPG, a leading brand of Adata, is one of those brand that offers high-performance and extremely enriched designs. It has been here for years and serving its customer aggressively in terms of best offerings. Being popular for enriched designs and maximum compatibility, for which it has won Good Design Award from Japan and Taiwan’s Excellence GOLD Award. With DDR4, XPG has been becoming more in talks, because XPG’s following latest trend robotic designs heatsinks on its Memory Modules. DDR4 Z1 is one of the prominent example of XPG designs that not only fulfills the taste of consumers but making it affordable for all PC builders.


Read full article @ Pakgamers

Cheap gaming mice round-up: budget mice
A while ago we published an extensive round-up of 37 gaming mice from the more expensive segment. If you want to have the best sensors and the most unique features, check out that article, however those looking for an affordable gaming mouse also have plenty to choose from. In this article we're comparing 20 cheap gaming mice that cost no more than 45 pounds at the time of writing this review, but most of the time they can be found for less.

Various manufacturers that were strongly represented in our previous round-up, such as Logitech and Corsair, play a much smaller role in the budget segment. A sharply priced Logitech gaming mouse is normally only found in a sale. Other manufacturers are found much more in this segment. Sharkoon and Speedlink are good examples of this. Lastly we also included a couple of exotic brands, such as the Spanish Ozone.


Read full article @ Hardware.Info

Cooler Master MasterMouse MM530 Optical Mouse Review
The Cooler Master MasterMouse MM530 is a generally all round good mouse, coming in at a modest price with performance hardware under the hood.


Read full article @ APH Networks

CORSAIR Commander PRO Build Review
The CORSAIR Commander PRO controller makes your live easier if you want to connect lots of compatible RGB fans inside the case, LED strips, but also control the LED light show in detail. The device permits monitoring of system temperatures from the included thermistors, but also connect other LINK-compatible hardware to the dual USB 2.0 headers. It measures 133mm x 69mm x 15.5mm so its slim form factor allows installation in most computer cases.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Corsair LL140 Dual Light Loop RGB LED Fan Kit Review
Corsair's LL140 Dual Light Loop RGB LED fans offer brilliant customization and simply look fantastic, but how about performance? Let's see.


Read full article @ Tweaktown

Corsair ST100 RGB Premium Headset stand
Corsair are leaving nothing untouched when it comes to RGB. Nearly all gamers use a headset and you can now proudly display your headset alongside your other peripherals with the ST100 headset stand. With Aluminium construction, RGB lighting and built in 7.1 surround this is certainly a premium product. It does therefore come with a premium price of £59.99. Can the price be justified by the features on offer?


Read full article @ KitGuru

CRYORIG A40 AIO CPU Cooler Review
I think that the A40 AIO hybrid liquid cooler is the only one CRYORIG CPU cooler which we had no chance to review yet. This product is available on the market for some time already so it’s about time to check how it performs.

We are used to CRYORIG’s high quality coolers. I hope that the A40 will be added to this list.

As a test platform we will use the Intel Kaby Lake i7-7700K processor and Supermicro Z270 motherboard.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Gamdias Hebe M1 RGB Headset Review
Rumble pads, on my head?

Gamdias have been around a few years, with headsets, mice and keyboards being their mainstay. This is the first product I will be reviewing from Gamdias, so I don’t have a reference for past quality, but they are generally well received.

Today I have the Gamdias Hebe M1 RGB VIrtual 7.1 Gaming Headset rearranging my hairdo amongst other things.

Before we go any further I will do something predictable and have a run down of the specifications.


Read full article @ Play3r

GeForce GTX 1070 Price Cut - It's Not Dead, Just Cheaper
The *NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070* is not only very much alive, it's actually cheaper! Yes, *there is yet another GeForce GTX 1070 price cut*...


Read full article @ Tech ARP

Guru3D Rig of the Month - October 2017
The October edition of the Guru3D Rig of the month 2017 is here and I guess it is time for a bit of a race. The tide turns towards goes to Dejan aka MegaSkot who built something rather unique and something that will need a bit of space in the house, meet his rig called Project Evolution.


Read full article @ Guru3D

HP ElitePOS Reinvents The Retail Experience
The new *HP ElitePOS* is the culmination of HP's efforts in reinventing the retail experience for customers. Read all about the new ElitePOS system here!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

MSI's new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Titanium + Gaming: Unboxed
The new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti is effectively a GTX 1080 with GDDR5 memory, and specs that put the GTX 1070 to shame in some ways. We have 2432 CUDA cores, 152 TMUs, 64 ROPs, and 8GB of GDDR5 memory. This gives us 7.8 TFLOPs of compute performance, enough to really make a dent in the 5.8 TFLOPs offered on the GTX 1070, and comes close to the 8.2 TFLOPs of the GTX 1080. While NVIDIA has launched its GeForce GTX 1070 Ti today but the cards won't be launching until November 2. AIB partners like MSI are under NDA to let us do unboxing articles and videos, while the full reviews aren't going online until November 2. I don't even have drivers yet, so I don't know about the performance of the card just yet.


Read full article @ TweakTown




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