20 of the Worst PC Setups – September 2017 and more
Posted on: 10/10/2017 01:35 PM

Here a roundup of todays reviews and articles:

20 of the Worst PC Setups – September 2017
AMD Ryzen 3 1300X Quad-Core Processor Review
ASUS Prime X299-A Preview
Best Power Supply Units For Cryptocurrency Mining
Cooler Master MasterCase H500P (2017 HAF) Case Review
Cooler Master Mastercase H500P
Cooler Master MasterCase H500P Review
EKWB and Bykski Water Blocks tested on Asus GTX 1080 Ti Strix
Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit Review
Rosewill Nebula GX30

20 of the Worst PC Setups – September 2017
I’m sure at some point you’ve had a bad PC setup. Maybe moving into a new place, waiting for a new desk to arrive or you just ran out of room. I can remember my horrible PC setups from when I was living at the dorms in college. If you have ever ventured over to the Shitty Battlestations sub-reddit you will find a lot of horrible PC setups. We will are going to pick 20 each month and feature them as 20 of the Worst PC setups for that month. Here are some of the bad ones from September.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

AMD Ryzen 3 1300X Quad-Core Processor Review
The *AMD Ryzen 3 1300X* processor impressed us with its performance and value so much that we awarded it our coveted *Editor's Choice Award*. Find out why!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

ASUS Prime X299-A Preview
The Prime X299-A is basically ASUS' entry-level motherboard when it comes to their X299 offerings. One might be tempted to assume that the vendor has been saving money everywhere but this board comes with a capable power design as well as RGB backlight, which illuminates the PCH as well as a generally good looking and attractive design.


Read full article @ ocaholic

Best Power Supply Units For Cryptocurrency Mining
We dove into our benchmarks to find PSUs with enough performance, reliability, and efficiency to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero and other cryptocurrencies.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Cooler Master MasterCase H500P (2017 HAF) Case Review
Yes – HAF is back! After a long period in the metaphorical case wilderness, Cooler Master’s fan-favourite High Air Flow (HAF) series makes a dramatic return in the form of the H500P. Considering the bold design – complete with tempered glass, RGB fans and modular elements – it seems the H500P is just as much about form as it is function. Could this be the defining case of 2017?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Cooler Master Mastercase H500P
The Cooler Master Mastercase H500P offers massive cooling elements right out of the box - reminiscent of the HAF series. It combines the signature dual 200 mm intake fans with RGB elements and an updated look with a glass side panel and all new interior which offers one of the cleanest finished looks we have ever seen.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Cooler Master MasterCase H500P Review
We have a new HAF in da house. Join us as we review the Cooler Master MasterCase H500P. The PC case has been redesigned for the year 2017 and that includes usage of a tempered glass side-panel as well as the biggest 200mm RGB fans you have ever seen. Of and if you like to do so, you could also mount, well hang your graphics card in a vertical position.


Read full article @ Guru3D

EKWB and Bykski Water Blocks tested on Asus GTX 1080 Ti Strix
Today, we take a look at two different watercooling solutions for the non-reference ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix from EKWB and Bykski. Both offer a full-cover water block with design twists of their own, and both are put through the full course of testing, including coolant flow restriction as well as GPU core and VRM thermal testing.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit Review
RGB lighting has taken the PC gaming market by storm, it seems as though we're slowly transcending into a world ruled entirely by a range of 16.8M coloured lights. Razer is trying it's very best to light up your battle station with the Razer Chroma Hardware Development kit; this is essentially a Chroma enabled controller from which you can individually control up to 64 RGB LEDs.


Read full article @ Vortez

Rosewill Nebula GX30
The Rosewill Nebula GX30 costs as little as $37, but that doesn't stop it from having an impressive feature list, one that includes build materials like metal and memory foam, RGB LEDs, removable ear cushions and a detachable microphone. However, that's not all - it also performs above and beyond every expectation, which makes it a great choice for gamers on a tight budget.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp




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