RAGE 2 Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis and more
Posted on: 05/14/2019 10:12 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Planning to Launch 7nm Ryzen Threadripper in 2019
ASRock DeskMini A300 Review
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Gaming OC Review
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Review
Noctua NT-H1, NT-H2 Thermal Compound and NA-SCW1 Cleaning Wipes Review
Not So MMO: RAGE 2 Review
RAGE 2 Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis
TerraMaster F2-221 2-Bay SMB NAS Review
Western Digital Black SN750 with Heatsink SSD Review

AMD Planning to Launch 7nm Ryzen Threadripper in 2019
Will this be true? We know that the 7nm AMD Ryzen 3000 series (AM4 platform) will be unveiled at Computex in May 2019. But what about the 7nm Threadripper (TR4 platform)?


Read full article @ FunkyKit

ASRock DeskMini A300 Review
The A300 adds AMD’s AM4 CPU socket support to ASRock’s DeskMini portfolio, complete with its enhanced onboard graphics and fast DDR4 support.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Gaming OC Review
We review the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Gaming OC edition. The non-Ti product is more value targeted and sits in NVIDIA's mainstream line of the GTX 1660 series products. Gigabyte has already factory tweaked the card a notch for you. You get all the good stuff, yet without RTX features and Tensor cores.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Review
All the way back in 2014 Logitech introduced the G502 Proteus Core. Up until that time Logitech had a very specific style which ironically they just brought back with the reintroduction of the MX518. The G502 was a complete departure and Logitech followed the G502 up with other mice and keyboards that continued the new styling. It is also their most popular gaming mouse, you can find people using the G502 all over the place. The G502 has always been a wired mouse though, today they are finally introducing a wireless G502 called the G502 Lightspeed Wireless. Logitech has been killing it with wireless mice, adding the G502 into their lineup, especially given how popular the design is, should make for an interesting mouse. I am a little concerned with the weight, the wired G502 is a little heavy. But I’ve heard that Logitech did a little work to keep.


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews

Noctua NT-H1, NT-H2 Thermal Compound and NA-SCW1 Cleaning Wipes Review
Today we are going to be showcasing the new and improved thermal paste Noctua NT-H2 and cleaning wipes NA-SCW1 from Noctua! Noctua came out with the NT-H1 a long time ago and that paste, in my opinion, is one of the best non-conductive paste out there. Noctua claims the new stuff is even better! That’s all you need to tell me to get me to bite. I can’t wait to test this stuff out. They also are throwing in cleaning wipes! Now I won’t have to worry about reaching for my microfiber rag and getting my fingers covered in the paste! Check out the results further in the review!


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Not So MMO: RAGE 2 Review
Back in 2015 (I can't believe it's been that long), Avalanche put out an excellent but flawed open world game, Mad Max. Its driving combat mechanics and style were on point for the universe, but its repetitive nature and weak on-foot action dragged it down. Fast forward four years and a partnership with Bethesda and id Software bring us the sequel to 2011's own flawed FPS - Rage. In short, Rage 2 is the perfect melding of what made the original Rage great, and what made Mad Max worth playing. It's loud, and it's brash, it's over the top and just plain fun to play.


Read full article @ MMORPG

RAGE 2 Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis
Bethesda's RAGE 2 returns you to the post-apocalyptic world of RAGE, with new gameplay mechanics, new enemies and fast-paced gun play. Unlike its predecessor, RAGE 2 uses the Apex Engine, with Vulkan, which helps AMD cards gain performance over their NVIDIA counterparts. We tested using 18 cards at three resolutions, including 4K Ultra HD.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

TerraMaster F2-221 2-Bay SMB NAS Review
Small, light, and powerful, thats the new TerraMaster F2-221. It is a 2-Bay NAS for Small Business and Personal Cloud Storage. It comes with AES hardware encryption engine, 4K video transcoding, and Btrfs file system. TerraMaster F2-221 TerraMaster continues the same design that weve seen in the previous models.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Western Digital Black SN750 with Heatsink SSD Review
Heatsinks on flash controllers aren't a new concept, but it's becoming a novelty on small form factor SSDs using the M.2 form factor. You should think of the flash controller like a processor, the main component in your PC. SSD controllers are intelligent and have to process more data.


Read full article @ TweakTown


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