Desktop CPU Comparison Guide and more
Posted on: 08/03/2013 09:46 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including Desktop CPU Comparison Guide, Noontec Zoro Wireless Hi-Fi Headphone Review, CM Storm QuickFire XT Keyboard Review, Raijintek EreBoss Review, and XFX Radeon HD 7950 FX-795A-TDFC Video Card Review

Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 13.6 @ Tech ARP
There are so many CPU models that it has become quite impossible to keep up with the different models or even remember their specifications!

Therefore, we decided to compile this guide to provide an easy reference for those who are interested in comparing the specifications of the various desktop CPUs in the market, as well as those already obsolescent or obsolete.

Currently covering 927 desktop CPUs, this comprehensive comparison will allow you to easily compare 19 different specifications for each and every CPU. We hope it will prove to be a useful reference. We will keep this guide updated regularly so do check back for the latest updates!

To make it easy to compare the specifications, we split it up into three sections for your convenience. Just click on Split List to access them. However, if you prefer to compare all the CPUs for each company in a single table, we also have a single list which can be accessed by clicking on Full List. Just click on the company and the type of list you prefer.


Read more: Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 13.6 @ Tech ARP

Noontec Zoro Wireless Hi-Fi Headphone Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Today on our test bench we will be taking a look at a set of Bluetooth wireless headphones from Noontec. Noontec have primarily been developing products for the home entertainment market and have a range of home media players as well as several accessories for the Android mobile platform. Now though they have moved into the personal audio space with a number of new products and today we will be looking at the Zoro Fashion Hi-Fi headphone which is a Bluetooth wireless headset.


Read more: Noontec Zoro Wireless Hi-Fi Headphone Review @ HardwareHeaven.com

Cooler Master N400 Case Review @ Legit Reviews
The Cooler Master N Series of computer cases were designed to be compact and fully featured budget cases. The CM N400 can be purchased for right around $50 shipped and can support 8 fans, liquid cooling radiators up to 240mm and video cards that are up to 320mm (12.6-inches) in length. Read on to see if this affordable yet fully featured chassis is right for your next build!


Read more: Cooler Master N400 Case Review @ Legit Reviews

CM Storm QuickFire XT Keyboard Review @ Hardware Secrets
Cooler Master is releasing two new QuickFire keyboards under its CM Storm brand, both aimed at FPS games. In this article, we'll review the QuickFire XT, that comes with a choice of four Cherry MX switches, depending on the region the consumer is in. We got the Cherry MX Blue; we'll talk more about its characteristics later on. Let's first describe the product.


Read more: CM Storm QuickFire XT Keyboard Review @ Hardware Secrets

ASUS ROG G750 Budget Gaming Laptop @ TechwareLabs.com
Today, we're going to be taking a look at the ROG G750JW laptop from Asus. As the latest entry in their gaming laptop series, this machine seems poised to fill that need for high speed in a small form factor. Let's see what $1400 will get you in terms of portable gaming performance.


Read more: ASUS ROG G750 Budget Gaming Laptop @ TechwareLabs.com

Raijintek EreBoss Review @ Vortez
Last month saw newcomers Raijintek enter the cooling market with a range of CPU coolers to keep budding enthusiasts entertained. Amongst the variety of options came quite a surprising price-tag, touting this new brand as a possible choice for those on a tight budget.

EreBoss is deemed the flagship of Raijintek’s new CPU cooler range, boasting half a dozen copper heatpipes, huge surface area and an ultra-thin 140mm PWM fan. No-one can argue with the price of this cooler but can Raijintek make a dent in an extremely competitive market? Let’s find out.


Read more: Raijintek EreBoss Review @ Vortez

XFX Radeon HD 7950 FX-795A-TDFC Video Card Review @ Benchmark Reviews
AMD have been working to extend their graphics reach into emerging markets, primarily through the use of integrated GPUs. This hasn't slowed their pursuit in the discrete graphics market, where the AMD Radeon series continues to battle for supremacy in some of the most demanding DirectX 11 video games available on PC. The AMD Radeon HD 7950 is an example of this effort, employing 28 Compute Units (1792 Stream Processors) with 3GB GDDR5 memory. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the custom-designed XFX Radeon HD 7950 Double-Dissipation Black Edition video card, model FX-795A-TDFC, using several highly-demanding DX11 video games such as Metro: Last Light, Batman: Arkham City, and Battlefield 3.


Read more: XFX Radeon HD 7950 FX-795A-TDFC Video Card Review @ Benchmark Reviews

Gigabyte GSmart Maya M1 v2 Quad Mobile Phone Review @ Madshrimps
The new reincarnation of the Maya M1 called v2 Quad is really snappy, comes with a good quality 8MP camera, is Dual SIM and is powered by a 1700mAh Li-ion battery. The CPU is a quad-core Cortex-A7 processor at 1.21Ghz while the GPU is a PowerVR SGX 544MP.


Read more: Gigabyte GSmart Maya M1 v2 Quad Mobile Phone Review @ Madshrimps

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini review @ The Inquirer
Mid-range smartphone outperforms some of its high-end competition     


Read more: Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini review @ The Inquirer




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