Intel SSD DC P4600 NVMe PCIe Review and more
Posted on: 02/03/2018 11:17 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Adata XPG Emix H30 and Solox F30 Gaming Headset Review
Best Virtual Reality Headsets
Bitfenix Formula Gold 650W PSU Review
G.SKILL Ripjaws 2666 MHz DDR4 SO-DIMM Review
Intel SSD DC P4600 NVMe PCIe Review: Low-Latency TLC Storage For The Data Center
SilverStone Primera PM02 Computer Case Review

Adata XPG Emix H30 and Solox F30 Gaming Headset Review
Adata is known for memory modules and SSDs, but not really its audio gear. The Emix H30 is the XPG brand's attempt to dominate a lucrative gaming headset market. This $200 solution even includes an amplifier and stand.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Best Virtual Reality Headsets
Here are the best Virtual Reality Headsets currently available for the PC. Ranging from $400 to over $1000, these are truly the ultimate gaming peripherals.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Bitfenix Formula Gold 650W PSU Review
The Bitfenix Formula Gold 650W is an affordable PSU that offers good performance and high efficiency. The cherry on top is its quiet operation. This unit's only compromise appears to be its native cable design.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

G.SKILL Ripjaws 2666 MHz DDR4 SO-DIMM Review
So you've got a nice shiny mITX X299 board and need some nice new DIMMs? Look no further! I've got a kit here with a base spec of 2666 MHz (that means no XMP needed), making it the perfect match for your new i9 CPU's default speeds, or with a CPU overclock (since memory overclocking affects CPU overclocking at times on this platform).


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Intel SSD DC P4600 NVMe PCIe Review: Low-Latency TLC Storage For The Data Center
Last year, Intel updated its line-up of NVMe, PCI Express-based solid state drives, for cloud and data center applications, with a couple of different models tuned for different workloads. The Intel SSD DC P4600 we will be showing you here was among those drives. It features a fourth-generation Intel controller and performance-optimized firmware, along with 3D TLC NAND flash memory (384Gb per die). If you remember, the DC P3700 we looked at a few years back had an 18-channel controller and MLC NAND, so the P4600 may sound like a downgrade in some respects, but as you’ll see a little later, performance is still strong with this newer drive relative to its predecessor...


Read full article @ HotHardware

SilverStone Primera PM02 Computer Case Review
I was recently discussing with a friend about the things we look for in a significant other. It was pretty interesting to compare and contrast the things we valued, especially when we talked about our essential and our "nice to have" list. This topic has been discussed in the past, and referenced to the LPSE formula. As for myself, I think I have a few things that are required, as well as a short list of things that are nice to have. Some of these originated from before I started dating, while others have become requirements along the way. For example, I have always wanted someone who is encouraging, but I have also learned someone who speaks her mind is also pretty important. On the other hand, some nice to haves are things like being able to deal with my jokes and puns and someone who can stand my video gaming tendencies. These last points obviously do not make or break a person in my mind, but they play a role in my decision. In the same way, when I look for my main computer case, there are the necessities as well as the extras. This is not to say I see picking a girlfriend to be like picking a computer cases with specifications and features, but there are just some crucial things that need to be checked along with some nice to haves. When I look for a case, I want one that is easy to build in, looks clean, and can fit everything I want to throw in it. Having RGB lighting, on the other hand, is not essential but would be neat to see. When SilverStone sent us the Primera PM02, it immediately had the visual appeal I was looking for. But is it a case that meets the rest of my qualifications? And will there be any bonuses along the way? These questions and more will be answered in our review, so read on to find out!


Read full article @ APH Networks




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