Top 5 Intel Z370 Motherboards and more
Posted on: 12/27/2017 01:02 PM

Here a roundup of the latest reviews and articles:

1TB SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD (SDSSDH3-1T00) Review
2nd-Gen Core i7 vs. 8th-Gen Core i7
ASRock X299 Taichi Intel LGA 2066 Motherboard Review
CalDigit AV Pro 2 3TB external drive (USB 3/USB C) Review
Caselabs Bullet BH8 Unboxing Video
Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 Gaming Mouse Review
HAVIT M22 Outdoor Bluetooth Speaker Review
Jabra Elite Sport Wireless Earbuds Review
noblechairs ICON PU Faux Leather Chair Review
Raijintek Asterion Classic Case Review
Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse Review
Thermaltake DRACONEM RGB Cloth Mouse Pad Review
Top 5 Intel Z370 Motherboards
Toshiba TransMemory U363 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
VIZIO SmartCast M65-E0 4K UHD HDR Display Review

1TB SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD (SDSSDH3-1T00) Review
The 1TB SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD is the first SanDisk solid state drive to feature their 64-layer 3D NAND technology that delivers *higher storage capacities, performance and endurance*, with *lower power consumption*


Read full article @ TechARP

2nd-Gen Core i7 vs. 8th-Gen Core i7
Today we're dusting off our old Sandy Bridge Core i7-2600K test system and pairing it up with a GTX 1080 Ti to see how well the seven-year-old processor holds up in the latest and greatest PC games compared to Intel's new Core i7-8700K. We know that the 2600K still has some fight left in it, but next year could finally be time for those equipped with the aging quad-core to make their long-awaited upgrade.

By the end of 2018, the GTX 1080 Ti is likely to be ousted by an even faster flagship GPU and as a result mid-range GPUs are expected to be speedie as well, which is likely to require more processing power than the 2600K can provide.


Read full article @ TechSpot

ASRock X299 Taichi Intel LGA 2066 Motherboard Review
Today we tested and overclocked the ASRock X299 Taichi motherboard. After the AMD Ryzen Threadripper ASRock X399 Taichi motherboard we now have the pleasure to test an Intel Core i9-7900X Skylake-X CPU on the ASRock X299 Taichi motherboard. As previously reported in the Intel OC Community, we were able to overclock the Core i9-7900X from 3.3 GHz to almost 5.2 GHz and this is an awesome result in this high-end range. Also great is the basic configuration of the ASRock motherboard, which we have already shown in the Unboxing Video. Let’s now come to the detailed review of the powerful Intel LGA 2066 motherboard from ASRock. We also tested the ASRock X299 Taichi XE motherboard, which will be released on OCinside.de soon.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

CalDigit AV Pro 2 3TB external drive (USB 3/USB C) Review
Based in Orange County, California, CalDigit has been offering storage solutions to the professional market for over ten years. One of the latest products to hit the market is the AV Pro 2, an evolution of the company’s original single drive design. The AV Pro 2 not only provides external storage but can also charge a laptop and be used as a USB hub.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Caselabs Bullet BH8 Unboxing Video
Have you every wanted a case that is custom made and created by someone that understands the issues you have when updating your system? Caselabs to the rescue with the Bullet BH8! Created in the USA and by a small private company that knows what it is like to not be able to put a system together just they way …


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 Gaming Mouse Review
Cooler Master has seemingly killed the Storm series of peripherals in favor of names like Master and Maker in titles these days, but this is no indication that they are not above revisiting older ideas. What was once referred to as the CM Storm Spawn has undergone a transformation, which brings it up to today's level of what is expected in a gaming mouse. At the time, the Spawn was well appointed, but by today's standards, it just would not fly, no matter how attractive that ruby red top cover was. With just one glance, we find that we can see at least eight things about the design which have been improved upon, and should make the resurgence of the Spawn a success for Cooler Master. The Spawn did have quite a few limitations. It came with no LED lighting at all for starters, which has been addressed. The DPI was quite low, ordinary Omron switches were used, the sensor is a bit long in the tooth now, the onboard memory was not all that great in size, the scroll wheel was cheap looking and made of plastic, and even the weight changes with the newer version. All of these things fall into categories of improvements or fulfilling the desires based on the latest trends in what the market bares. Cooler Master may, in fact, be reissuing a product that did very well for them in the past, but it is easy to see they are not asleep at the wheel, trying just to put lipstick on the same old pig here.


Read full article @ TweakTown

HAVIT M22 Outdoor Bluetooth Speaker Review
Good audio quality, plenty of bass, surprisingly strong volume levels and an IPX5 certified water resistant enclosure are some of the things HAVIT offers with their latest M22 Outdoor Bluetooth Speaker.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Jabra Elite Sport Wireless Earbuds Review
The truly wireless earbud market is here to stay, and now more than ever we are seeing great advancements in what companies can offer. Jabra is no exception to this trend with the release of their Elite Sport earbuds. Designed to allow for greater freedom in the gym and while on the trails, the Elite Sports offer exceptional sound quality, comfortable fit, in-ear heart rate monitoring, and all-day power. Pair that with the popular Jabra Sport App, available on Android and iOS, and Jabra is right in the mix with other top brands. Following suit with many of its competitors, the Elite Sport are more durable than past earbuds. With a waterproof rating of IP67, the Elite Sport are sweatproof and waterproof up to 1 meter. Following registration, Jabra warranties the Elite Sport from any damage due to sweat for three years. At an MSRP of $249.99, they are on the expensive side when compared to similar wireless earbuds. However, they can be found on Amazon and Best Buy for a bit less and the Elite Sport do include some truly unique features.


Read full article @ TweakTown

noblechairs ICON PU Faux Leather Chair Review
The noblechairs ICON chair with PU faux leather has the same nice design, good ergonomics, and high build-quality as the much more expensive real leather version. The cherry on top is that it is even more comfortable because of its softer upholstery.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Raijintek Asterion Classic Case Review
Earlier this year we took a look at our first Raijintek case, the Thetis Window, and today we have our second, the Asterion Classic. This case definitely stands out with its sleek bushed aluminum front panel, dual tempered glass side panels, and support for large E-ATX motherboards. Supporting E-ATX motherboards means that you have a good amount of room inside to build a pretty kick-ass system. So is the Asterion Classic the perfect case for your next build? Read on as we find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse Review
Since the Basilisk is aimed mostly towards FPS, we have tested it in titles such as Quake Champions, Battleborn, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and DOOM. After calibration, the mouse performed excellent thanks to the modded PWM3389, which supports up to 16000 DPI, in increments of 50 and starting at a minimal value of 100. Considering that Synapse 3 is a beta software, we were surprised to find out that it was quite stable on our system and we have not experienced any crash during the test period. We are also seeing the Hypershift function which is similar to the Easy-Shift[+] employed by ROCCAT and layered LED lighting options in the Chroma Studio for even more interesting LED lighting effects.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Thermaltake DRACONEM RGB Cloth Mouse Pad Review
First I want to give a huge shout out to Thermaltake for sending this product for review! This is the Thermaltake DRACONEM RGB – Cloth Mouse Pad

I’m sure many of you already know who Thermaltake is but in case you don’t here’s some info on the company.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Top 5 Intel Z370 Motherboards
After looking at our selection of the best budget-oriented AMD B350 motherboards, now we're looking at our favorite Z370 motherboards meant to be coupled with Intel's latest 8th-gen Core processors a.k.a. Coffee Lake. There are loads of great Z370 motherboards to choose from and pricing starts at a little over $100.

We've considered multiple options from the likes of Asus, Asrock, MSI, Gigabyte, SuperMicro and Evga, breaking down choices in the categories described below based on budget and form factor. The good news is that for the most part you can’t go really wrong, but as usual we hope these picks can help you narrow down your choices.


Read full article @ TechSpot

Toshiba TransMemory U363 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
The 64GB USB 3.0 TransMemory U363 Flash Drive from Toshiba does offer good read speeds of about 90MB/s, but falls a bit short on the writes, which do hover at around 18MB/s. The product does come with an overall solid aluminum build that does not need a protective USB port cover and can be easily attached to our keychain for fast access to data.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

VIZIO SmartCast M65-E0 4K UHD HDR Display Review
Not all that long ago, high definition 1080p image resolution was heralded as the biggest entertainment improvement since the DVD. Technology continued to tick ahead and, before Blu-ray ever truly became a household standard, ultra high-definition 4K (2160p) displays arrived on scene, and later High Dynamic Range. With Ultra HD Blu-ray and streaming video content now offered in Ultra HD, it makes sense to upgrade. In this article for Benchmark Reviews, we test the 65″ VIZIO SmartCast M65-E0 UHD HDR home theater display with Google Chromecast built-in.


Read full article @ Bechmark Reviews




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