Corsair MP600 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Review and more
Posted on: 07/11/2019 07:44 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ARTIC Freezer 34 eSports DUO CPU Cooler Review
Cooler Master Mastercase H100 Review
Corsair MP600 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Review
Elegoo MARS 3D Printer Review
Ergotron WorkFit-TX Standing Desk Converter Review
Fedora vs. Ubuntu: Linux Distros Compared
Gigabyte X570 AORUS XTREME Motherboard Review
HiRise Wireless combines a sleek vertical iPhone stand with portable Qi charger
OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 - A dream come untrue
Ryzen 9 3900X and Ryzen 7 3700X Review
Seagate FireCuda 510 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review
The Entire Intel 10th-Gen Comet Lake Line-Up Leaks Online
TP-Link Archer A20 Ac400 Wireless Router Review

ARTIC Freezer 34 eSports DUO CPU Cooler Review
Last we saw a CPU cooler from ARCTIC, it was the Freezer 33 eSports Edition, and sadly, while it was capable of cooling our CPU without throttling, compared to the mass amount of coolers we have to compare it to, we ended up not giving it that good of a rating. However, after ARCTIC saw the review, they swiftly urged us to look at the next evolution of that cooler, to see if our opinion could be swayed in their favor this time. Here at TweakTown, we are all for advancements in technology or any improvements that the customer can benefit from, and with the latest cooler from ARCTIC, we have found that improvements are afoot.

With this latest cooler, ARCTIC did not just put lipstick on a pig and call it new. They went back to the drawing board to think about what was right on the Freezer 33 series but also took into question how they can make it better, and have made adjustments. For instance, the Freezer 33 is shorter than the current offering, and mainly due to ARCTIC adding five more fins to the stack, however, the thickness of the fins has gotten thinner.


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Cooler Master Mastercase H100 Review
Cooler Master is taking the H-Series with its 200 mm front fan design and shrinks it down to the ITX form factor for the H100. On top of that, this small case includes a built-in carrying handle for easy transportation, all at an interesting price tag to boot.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Corsair MP600 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Review
It's time to review some next-level M.2. NVMe shizzle, yes we review the Corsair MP600 PCIe Gen 4.0 SSD. Of course it is an SSD you can seat into any PCIe 3.0 compatible PC, however, if you place it into a Ryzen 3000 / X570 based PC, some magic happens as you are running 4000 MB/s numbers and higher, thanks to the new PCIe 4.0 interface and a little TLC from Phison, well Toshiba strictly speaking.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Elegoo MARS 3D Printer Review
I am always amazed at how good this little printer is. Having already used Elegoo resins on other printers and finding them to be an extremely good value for the price, I was excited to try out the companies foray into hardware. The Elegoo Mars is a surprisingly solid little resin printer that can sit comfortably on your desk, and it can give you high-quality prints at a fraction of the cost as most printers of its class.


Read full article @ Windows Central

Ergotron WorkFit-TX Standing Desk Converter Review
Thanks to its impressive build quality, features and 5-year warranty the WorkFit-TX Standing Desk Converter by Ergotron is a great alternative for people who just don't have the extra room required for a full-size standing desk.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Fedora vs. Ubuntu: Linux Distros Compared
Fedora and Ubuntu are two of the most popular and well-supported Linux-based desktop operating systems. Both have been around for well over a decade and come from separate corners of the world, but the differences between them are rather nuanced. So between Fedora vs Ubuntu, which is right for you? How Fedora and Ubuntu Came to Be Fedora is a free and open source Linux-based operating system that has been around since 2003. Red Hat, the worlds largest open source company prior to being bought by IBM, sponsors the project.


Read full article @ MakeUseOf

Gigabyte X570 AORUS XTREME Motherboard Review
Some motherboards, if not a lot of them, are created fairly equally. The AORUS X570 XTREME on the other hand, looks set to create a new standard for AMD motherboards. Of course, it’s got its rivals from the likes of MSI and ASUS, who have their own flagship, but will the AORUS X570 XTREME have the edge?

Of course, today marks the launch of dozens of X570 motherboards, along side the brand new 7nm AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen CPUs, and even the 7nm Radeon RX graphics cards. So yes, I am taking tomorrow off of work! But I digress, as the AORUS X570 XTREME is more than exciting enough to work this weekend. Featuring a stunning 16 Phases Infineon Digital VRM setup, with their massive fins-array heatsink design and a NanoCarbon Baseplate. This motherboard takes cooling and overclocking extremely seriously.


Read full article @ eTeknix

HiRise Wireless combines a sleek vertical iPhone stand with portable Qi charger
Vertical desk stands for the iPhone have risen in popularity since the introduction of Face ID, allowing the owner to unlock the phone without taking it off the stand — the Face ID camera is pointed at just the right angle.
The HiRise Wireless approaches the classic formula with great materials and a sleek design, plus a small twist: the Qi charging pad is not fixed in place. It can be popped out and taken with you. Its a small thing — but it really ramps up the products flexibility and functionality compared to the status quo.


Read full article @ 9to5Mac

OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 - A dream come untrue
Take a deep breath and start reading. This is a rather long, thorough review of openSUSE Leap 15.1 Plasma edition, tested in a dual-boot Windows and Linux configuration on a laptop with Nvidia graphics, covering live session, installation and post-install use, including look & feel, network support - Wireless, Bluetooth, Samba sharing, printing, multimedia support - HD video and MP3 playback, smartphone support - Android and Windows Phone, partitioning and bad defaults, user import, package management and updates and issues with repo signatures and timeouts, Nvidia drivers setup, hardware compatibility, performance, responsiveness, resource usage, various problems and bugs, numerous application crashes, and more. Enjoy.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo

Ryzen 9 3900X and Ryzen 7 3700X Review
As we all know, the first generation Ryzen CPUs that launched a little over two years ago made a huge splash and signaled AMD’s comeback into the mainstream as a serious contender and not the “budget brand” it had been considered for years.

It disrupted the market and pricing so much that Intel was forced to release their 8000-series processors in the same calendar year as they released their 7000-series parts, increasing core counts on the mainstream up to 6-cores with parts like the 8700K. They then of course followed that up the next year with the refreshed 9000-series, which features up to 8-cores with parts such as the Core i7 9700K and Core i9 9900K. This was a huge change for the company, who previously had remained stagnant releasing only quad-cores on the mainstream platform since 2008. It was a clear sign that Intel had taken the new threat from AMD seriously.


Read full article @ AdoredTV

Seagate FireCuda 510 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review
Seagate might mostly be known for its impressive HDD options, but that’s not all the company has to offer. They’ve made a big impact on the market in recent years with both performance and capacity of those, but it isn’t their only focus. The company also has a good deal of experience with NAND based products and while Seagate might not be the first company you think about when it comes to SSDs, that might have to change. Today I’m taking a closer look at the FireCuda 510 M.2 NVMe SSD aimed at gamers.


Read full article @ eTeknix

The Entire Intel 10th-Gen Comet Lake Line-Up Leaks Online
With the recent release of the brand new AMD Ryzen 3000 processors, it’s easy to forget that Intel has their own 10th-gen ‘Comet Lake’ CPUs in the pipeline. One of the biggest curiosities will be if Intel will be able to ‘pull away’ from AMD again who have closed the gap rather significantly with their amazingly good processors.

In a report via ThinkComputers, however, an image has leaked online purporting to show the specifications and details for the entire upcoming Intel 10th-gen Comet Lake processors.


Read full article @ eTeknix

TP-Link Archer A20 Ac400 Wireless Router Review
With Wi-Fi 6 on the horizon, TPLink launched a series of Archer wireless routers aimed at lowering the cost of entry for the budget-minded consumers. The high-end of this lineup is the Archer A20; an AC4000 Tri-band solution.

With the Archer A20 in house, we move to the build which sees this unit as an AC4000 class platform utilizing the Broadcom BCM4908. This is a quad-core SoC operating at 1.8GHz paired with 512M of memory and 128M of NAND flash. The radios supplied are BCM4365E allowing this unit to take advantage of 1024QAM; this means 1625 Mbps for each 5GHz band and 750Mbps for the 2.4GHz band. Wired connectivity is managed through the 4908 SoC with four LAN and one WAN port. Additional connectivity is offered via USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports.


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