Z370 Motherboard Charts: 7 Models tested and more
Posted on: 02/27/2018 11:42 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Acer Predator Triton 700 Gaming Laptop Review
Acer Spin 5 Review
Alto's Odyssey for iOS Review
Corsair Vengeance DDR4-4000 SODIMM (4x 8GB) Kit Review
Cougar Revenger S Gaming Mouse Review
Don't Bother with A320 Motherboards, Go for AMD's B350 Instead for Raven Ridge
DXRacer Racing Pro R131-NR Gaming Chair Review
How to Change the Language in Microsoft Office 2016
Intel 2/8TB DC P4500 NVMe SSDs gets Reviewed
Jabra Speak 710 Premium Portable Speakerphone Review
Mulaka Xbox One review: Gorgeous visuals held back by imperfect combat
Phanteks Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass Case Review
Plextor M9Pe 256GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive Review
Razer Hammerhead USB-C Review
Seasonic Prime Titanium Fanless 600W PSU Review
SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth Headset Review
SteelSeries Rival 600 Review
VOCOlinc Smart Power Strip Review
Z370 Motherboard Charts: 7 Models tested - MSI Z370 Gaming M5

Acer Predator Triton 700 Gaming Laptop Review
Many gaming laptops are just too darn bulky and heavy! Today, we take a look at Acer's answer to that problem - the *Acer Predator Triton 700* gaming laptop! Find out why we gave it our *Reviewer's Choice Award*!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

Acer Spin 5 Review
8th Gen Intel Core in a 15.6in convertible. Acer occupies a rather useful niche in the laptop space. The PC giant tends not to compete with the ultra-high-end systems that many covet but few can afford, and instead straddles that advantageous middle ground between good value and good performance, making it a go-to brand for customers seeking a half-decent laptop that doesn't break the bank.

One such example is the 2018 Spin 5, which offers an 8th Gen Intel Core processor in a sleek body priced from £650. Unfortunately, settling on a Spin 5 specification isn't particularly easy. Acer's available models tend to vary significantly between regions, and in the UK there's no option to configure a system to suit your needs; what you see is what you get.


Read full article @ Hexus

Alto's Odyssey for iOS Review
Probably one of the hardest aspects of game development is coming up with a suitable sequel to a popular and critically acclaimed title. There is a fine line between keeping the elements players enjoy without seeming stale or making the game look like a lazy cash grab, and that of changing the game too much that it alienates its intended audience.

Somehow, the pairing of the Toronto-based studio Snowman and UK artist Harry Nesbitt, operating under the banner of Team Alto, has managed to walk the line successfully with the release of "Alto's Odyssey."


Read full article @ Apple Insider

Corsair Vengeance DDR4-4000 SODIMM (4x 8GB) Kit Review
Performance enthusiast are always looking for a way to go faster, and Corsair obliges in its CMK16GX4M2F4600C19 dual-channel memory kit. We test it!


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Cougar Revenger S Gaming Mouse Review
The Cougar Revenger S gaming mouse on the review bench today offers a 4K-ready 12000 DPI optical sensor, 2000 Hz polling rate, ergonomic shape and even customizable RGB LEDs, all for an affordable price.

The Cougar Revenger S uses the PMW3360 gaming sensor, promising one-to-one tracking up to 12000 DPI. The Revenger S also features a 2000Hz polling rate, which is among the fastest at time of writing. At this refresh rate, tracking overall should be smoother and faster.


Read full article @ Neoseeker

Don't Bother with A320 Motherboards, Go for AMD's B350 Instead for Raven Ridge
We've learned most of what there is to know about AMD's new Vega-infused CPUs, but those of you thinking about buying the Ryzen 3 2200G or Ryzen 5 2400G after seeing how it competent it is as a budget gaming platform may be asking yourselves whether the chip would be best installed on an A320 or B350 motherboard.


Read full article @ TechSpot

DXRacer Racing Pro R131-NR Gaming Chair Review
The DXRacer Racing Pro R131-NR is a gaming chair with a simple, well-known bucket-seat design. Equipped with a high backrest and the typical ergonomics most gaming chairs have, it is also reinforced with a steel frame, has soft cushioning, and can hold someone with a weight of up to 115 kg (254 lbs).


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

How to Change the Language in Microsoft Office 2016
Microsoft Office supports almost all major languages around the world. From Afrikaans to Welsh. Language support is crucial for the most popular productivity suite that has more than 1.5 billion users. It just makes collaboration and everyday spell and grammar checks easier. Microsoft Office is truly an international software as it gives you the power to change the language of its three main elements.


Read full article @ MakeUseOf

Intel 2/8TB DC P4500 NVMe SSDs gets Reviewed
Intel has recently expanded their lineup to include some higher capacities and new form factor SSDs that are infused with their latest 64-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory. With this announcement, we were able to get our hands on some of their latest tech, 2TB and 8TB samples of their DC P4510. While these bad boys aren’t the exotic enterprise and datacenter SSD Form Factor, or EDSFF devices, their performance figures should be such that they impress most. The Intel SSD DC P4510 doubles the capacity of the DC P4500, doubles its random write IOPS/TB performance, and delivers up to a 10x reduction of service time at a QoS metric of 99.99%. Built for the cloud with a drive to minimize service disruptions as well as efficiency and manageability in mind, the Intel DC P4510 has an impressive feature set to match. With all these aspects in mind, the Intel DC P4510 looks to be a very competitive option, but how will it perform under our battery of testing? Read on and find


Read full article @ The SSD Review

Jabra Speak 710 Premium Portable Speakerphone Review
If you're looking to get your hands on one of the best portable/compact speakerphones in the market currently and money is not an issue then the brand new Speak 710 by Jabra is right up your alley.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Mulaka Xbox One review: Gorgeous visuals held back by imperfect combat
Mulaka takes you on a wonderful journey of discovery albeit with clunky combat.

Mulaka is a third-person adventure which takes you across northern Mexico's breathtaking landscapes. The game features a blocky pastel-like aesthetic which suits the title's mystical story. The Rarámuri, or Tarahumara, are the Native American people of northwestern Mexico who are renowned for their long-distance running abilities. You embark on the journey of a Sukurúame, a Tarahumara shaman, as you fight against a darkness corrupting the land. Luckily, you can channel the power of the gods so the task isn't as daunting as it sounds.


Read full article @ Windows Central

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass Case Review
With high performance and flexibility as the pillars of the Enthoo Pro’s design, it was only natural for Phanteks to evolve the case’s design by adding a tempered glass side panel. Taking a design that allows for lots of airflow and liquid cooling options, without a premium price, Phanteks’ inclusion of a hinged TG side panel just makes sense. Follow us as we take a look at the Phanteks Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass Case.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Plextor M9Pe 256GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive Review
While not the fastest PCIe SSD to come through the 'Labs, the Plextor M9Pe delivers a lot of bang for your buck. Available with or without a heatsink, this compact, M.2 form factor SSD is powered by Marvell's 88SS1093 controller and is available with up to 1TB of Toshiba's 64-layer BiCS3 3D TLC NAND flash. Combine this with Plextor's PlexNitro technology and a PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe 1.2 interface and you have a drive capable of delivering nearly six times the performance of your average SATA 6Gb/s SSD. In our sequential read and write tests, the 256GB version of the M9Pe was able to read at speeds as high as 3,042 MB/s and write at speeds in excess of 1,060 MB/s. The M9Pe also performed fairly well when doing random reads, but lagged behind other PCIe SSDs in our random write tests, producing less than 70,000 IOPS.


Read full article @ CDRLabs.com

Razer Hammerhead USB-C Review
USB-C headphones, because they're better than carrying a dongle.

When Razer first showed me the Razer Phone, one of the questions that popped out of my mouth was "oh, so I guess there's going to be a USB-C Hammerhead now, then?"

Of course there is, and they're available to buy now for all. Not just Razer Phone owners, but they'll be the first target audience.


Read full article @ Windows Central

Seasonic Prime Titanium Fanless 600W PSU Review
Seasonic finally has a Prime Titanium fanless power supply to show off. This 600W model was long-awaited by enthusiasts looking for complete silence. And it's an ultra-high performance PSU that trounces most actively-cooled competitors.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth Headset Review
SteelSeries’ Arctis range of headsets are known for their versatility, coming with a 3.5mm headphone jack that allows the headsets to connect to pretty much any device. The SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth takes this one step further, however, giving users the ability to connect to two devices at once thanks to the added Bluetooth functionality – but at £134.99, is it worth the price?


Read full article @ KitGuru

SteelSeries Rival 600 Review
It’s been a while since I’ve seen real innovation in a mouse release but SteelSeries goes for broke with its dual sensor Rival 600. A first of its kind, the Rival 600 has a sensor dedicated to lift-off detection - but does it really make a difference? Steel Series is betting it does, especially for FPS players and professional teams when a mouse jitter could cost you the game.


Read full article @ MMOPRG

VOCOlinc Smart Power Strip Review
Adding HomeKit to your house can be expensive, but as the technology progresses, more affordable options have been making their way to market that make HomeKit a viable choice for a broader market.

A couple of weeks ago, Zac reviewed Hong Kong-based VOCOlinc’s HomeKit-enabled LED light strips, noting that the price almost seemed too good to be true for a HomeKit product with no bridge required. Intrigued by the company, I decided to try out their smart power strip with HomeKit support.


Read full article @ 9to5 Mac

Z370 Motherboard Charts: 7 Models tested - MSI Z370 Gaming M5
Meanwhile you can find benchmark values of the first Z370 motherboards in our comparison tables. We do not comment the benchmark values. The idea and also the goal is to present to you an overview which helps you choose the right motherboard simply based on facts in the form of numbers.


Read full article @ ocaholic




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