More Intel Coffee Lake Reviews and more
Posted on: 10/06/2017 07:33 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

11 New ASUS Z370 Motherboards Revealed
ASUS ROG Strix GL753VD Review
ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-F Gaming Review
Corsair Neutron NX500 NVMe SSD Review
Enermax Liqmax II 240 AIO Water Cooling Review
Intel 8th Gen Core CPUs – Coffee Lake
Intel Core i3-8350K 4.0 GHz
Intel Core i7 8700K Coffee Lake Desktop Processor Review
Intel Core i7-8700K And Core i5-8400 6-Core CPU Review: Coffee Lake Has Arrived
Intel Core i7-8700K and Core i5-8400 Processor Review
Intel Core i7-8700K Processor Review
Intel's Core i7-8700K CPU reviewed
Jaybird Freedom 2 headphones Review
Logitech G903 Lightspeed Professional Grade Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Samsung T5 500 GB Portable USB 3.1 SSD Review

11 New ASUS Z370 Motherboards Revealed
Here are the details and specifications of *11 new ASUS Z370 motherboards* you can pair with your Intel Coffee Lake processor of choice!. Find out which motherboard is best for you!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

ASUS ROG Strix GL753VD Review
Packing a 7th generation Core i5 processor along with 12GB of DDR4 memory, the Strix GL753VD should certainly be able to handle any kind of office or media editing workloads you can throw at it; pair that with M.2 storage, an NVIDIA GTX1050 and a 1080p display and this laptop aims to sensibly smash its way through games.


Read full article @ Vortez

ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-F Gaming Review
Utilising the new Z370 chipset, the Z370-F Gaming hits the mid-range with a distinct yet unassuming monochrome theme. Across this motherboard, we have stunning aesthetics and a good variety of features which include support for up to 4000MHz DDR4, twin M.2 slots with heatsink and trademark ROG features like 5-Way Optimization with Auto-Tuning and FanXpert 4.


Read full article @ Vortez

Corsair Neutron NX500 NVMe SSD Review
Corsair is a name that to most of our readers is synonymous with high performance storage devices, and when it comes to storage their line-up has almost everything that you will need, but that does not end on storage. There is something very impressive with Corsair, and that is their ability to have products that are the best in their class, in this case we are focused on storage. Corsair over the years has released some very impressive SSD’s, and some more recent examples are, the Neutron XTi, and after that they released the Force MP500 an outstanding NVMe SSD. By know its crystal clear that when it comes to storage Corsair has gone the extra step and also pushed their drives to the maximum, now they have a brand new drive, the Neutron NX500 that on spec appears to be faster than the Force MP500. So let’s find out what the drive can do.

A thanks to Corsair for Providing the Neutron NX500 for this review. For more information about Corsair you can visit their website, just click here. Let’s start this review by taking a look at the packaging and its contents, before moving on to some testing.


Read full article @ myce

Enermax Liqmax II 240 AIO Water Cooling Review
Couple of days ago we’ve reviewed Enermax Revolution SFX PSU which was great. Now is time on something else under the same logo – the Liqmax II 240 AIO water cooling. There are many AIO water cooling solutions on the market so I’m curious what Enermax brings to the table.

Reviewed AIO cooler is designed for up to 350W TDP. It’s much more heat than any processor in mass production is generating. We will test it on the Intel Kaby Lake platform with the i7 7700K processor.

Let’s check how much to offer has Enermax Liqmax II 240 AIO cooler.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Intel 8th Gen Core CPUs – Coffee Lake
Its hard to believe considering we just finished up an Intel launch, but it is already time to check out Intel’s next launch. Kaby Lake was launched at the beginning of this year and the Mainstream lineup of CPUs is getting refreshed with Coffee Lake and Z370. This is the 8th generation of Intel’s Core processors going back to the original launch back in 2006. While I’m sure Kaby Lake owners aren’t going to be all that happy about the relatively early launch, but those who waited might be excited to find out that Intel has added cores to the mainstream lineup and is bumping up the entire product stack. As someone who is still building my wife’s Kaby Lake build, I completely understand the feeling. But as long as she never finds out her new PC is already out of date I will still be alive long enough to put the i7 and i5 CPUs that Intel sent over to the test.


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews

Intel Core i3-8350K 4.0 GHz
The Core i3-8350K is the first quad-core CPU in Intel's i3 arsenal, priced at $180 and clocked at 4 GHz, even when all four cores are active. Overclocking is extremely easy thanks to the "K" suffix and has the potential to turn this processor into a budget overclocker's dream.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Intel Core i7 8700K Coffee Lake Desktop Processor Review
Intel eight generation Coffee Lake SKUs are based on 14nm manufacturing process. It uses the same socket LGA 1151 as its older brother Kaby Lake processors. There have been significant changes where its contact points are different between them. This resulted in incompatibility and an uproar within the community. We got a lot of information, mostly from leaks and previews. Conveniently leaked leaks. Intel is pushing Core i3 four core and 6 core for its mid to upper SKUs- some with six threads with i5 series and some with 12 threads under i7 series. Intel is calling these desktop SKUs as S series, though to be fair that’s just going to create confusion in the market. Interesting times are back to the CPU world now that AMD got its act together with Ryzen series SKUs. Smell the air, because the lake is filled with coffee!!


Read full article @ Hardware BBQ

Intel Core i7-8700K And Core i5-8400 6-Core CPU Review: Coffee Lake Has Arrived
The upheaval of the high-end desktop processor segment continues today with the official release of Intel’s latest Coffee Lake-based 8th Generation Core processors. 2017 easily been one of the most exciting years in a decade for desktop processors, thanks in no small part to AMD’s entire line-up of Ryzen products, including the monstrous Threadripper, which propelled the company back into contention at virtually every price point.

Intel was at the ready with a host of ultra-high-end processors – namely the Core X series – that allow the company to lay claim to the fastest desktop processor on the market. And now it’s time for Intel to re-shape its mainstream CPU line-up...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Intel Core i7-8700K and Core i5-8400 Processor Review
Today we are able to show you the benchmark results for the Intel Core i7-8700K and Core i5-8400 6-core Coffee Lake processors! Many enthusiasts have become accustomed to the incremental 5-10 percent speed bump that comes with each new processor generation, but this time its different as Intel increased the core count on the 8th Gen processor series. Read on to see if it helps...


Read full article @ Legit Reviews

Intel Core i7-8700K Processor Review
When AMD launched their Ryzen processors back in March things were a little shaky at first with stability and memory issues, which we talked about in our review of the Ryzen 7 1700X. Over time many of those problems were solved with micro-code and BIOS updates and Ryzen proved to be a real contender in the CPU market, even out-selling Intel parts at some major retailers. Needless to say AMD really shook up the Desktop CPU market with their Ryzen processor, offering an alternative to Intel’s Core i7, Core i5, and Core i3 CPUs. This is the first time in a while we’ve seen real competition in the CPU market, and we definitely like it! Today Intel is officially launching their 8th Generation Core desktop processors with the Core i7-8700K leading the pack. These processors are Intel’s first real response to Ryzen, and we finally have a core-count increase on a mainstream desktop processor! That is right, the Core i7-8700K is a 6-core, 12-thread part! It has a base-clock of 3.7 GHz, boosts up to 4.7 GHz, and being a “K” series processor it is fully unlocked. Let’s dive into the new 8th Generation Core Series and see how stacks up against AMD’s Ryzen Processors.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Intel's Core i7-8700K CPU reviewed
How quickly things change. Just nine months ago, Intel introduced the Core i7-7700K, its seventh in a line of four-core, eight-thread enthusiast processors that stretches back to 2010. We contented ourselves with about a 5% performance increase on average from that chip compared to the Core i7-6700K before it. A proven formula got a little bit better, and that was that.

Shortly after that quiet bit of incremental progress, AMD upended the status quo like an errant speck of dust in a 193-nm stepper with its Zen architecture and Ryzen CPUs. Builders could suddenly get more cores and threads for their dollar than ever before. Every one of those chips was overclockable, and they didn't suffer from nipping and tucking to satisfy product-segmentation whims. Most importantly, AMD spoke directly to the hearts and minds of the brightest spot of today's PC market: enthusiasts and gamers. Nobody less than CEO Lisa Su talked up the company's focus on high-performance products for that audience, and AMD backed up that talk with a full range of desktop chips spanning prices from about $100 to $1000 and everywhere in between.

In the face of this onslaught, the i7-7700K easily maintained its dominance in single-threaded performance and high-refresh-rate gaming, but it was suddenly matched in just about every other measure of performance by chips selling for about $100 less. Whatever Intel's plans may have been at that time, it was clear that the four-core, eight-thread formula wasn't going to be enough to hold the line any longer for mainstream PCs.


Read full article @ The Tech Report

Jaybird Freedom 2 headphones Review
Compared with regular headphones, a Bluetooth version like the Freedom 2 is very compact. As the name of the product implies, the lack of a physical connection between the device that streams the audio and the headphones provides an extra degree of freedom.


Read full article @ DV Hardware

Logitech G903 Lightspeed Professional Grade Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
When Logitech released the G900 Chaos Spectrum they proved to gamers all over the world that high-performance wireless gaming was indeed possible. Logitech didn't stay still however so they improved on the G900 and the result is the brand new G903 Lightspeed, a wireless / wired gaming mouse which is without doubt among the best in the market today.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Samsung T5 500 GB Portable USB 3.1 SSD Review
On OCinside.de we have an external Samsung T5 Portable 500GB USB 3.1 SSD in the test, today. The special feature of this external USB SSD is that it supports USB 3.1 Gen2 at up to Gb/s and can reach or even exceed speeds of an internal SATA3 SSD. The matching USB 3.1 Type-C cable and USB-C to USB 3.1 Type-A cable are included in the delivery. In the following Samsung Portable SSD T5 review we will clarify if the performance in practice succeeds and we also explain what you can do if the USB 3.1 port is too slow. Of course we compare the external USB 3.1 SSD with dozens of SSD benchmarks and show infrared thermal images of the new Samsung T5 SSD as well.


Read full article @ OCInside.de




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