AMD Athlon 200GE Review and more
Posted on: 12/22/2018 10:42 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Athlon 200GE Review
Fnatic Gear Flick 2 Review
Gigabyte MZ01-CE0 AMD EPYC Workstation Motherboard Review
How to Twitch Stream from Your Windows PC
Input Club Kira Review: Best Mechanical Keyboard 2018
NZXT AER RGB 2 Fan Starter Kit Review
SilverStone Nightjar NJ450-SXL 450W Power Supply Review
T-Force Night Hawk Legend RGB Review
Ulefone Armor 6 Rugged Smartphone Review
ZOTAC RTX 2080 AMP Extreme Video Card Review

AMD Athlon 200GE Review
If you are in the market for a very simple processor that will cover all your browsing or media center needs, hey AMD might just have the perfect value proc available. T


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Fnatic Gear Flick 2 Review
If you follow the competitive gaming scene, you probably already heard of Fnatic. The eSports organization also sells peripherals under Fnatic Gear, and the Flick 2 is one of their two newest models. It features a PMW3360 top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, RGB lighting, and a massive shell that's built for war.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Gigabyte MZ01-CE0 AMD EPYC Workstation Motherboard Review
It's a beast of a board if you're looking to build a server around an EPYC processor


Read full article @ KitGuru

How to Twitch Stream from Your Windows PC
Fancy broadcasting your gameplay for the whole world to see? Here’s how to get started with Twitch, the popular game streaming platform.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Input Club Kira Review: Best Mechanical Keyboard 2018
Worlds are colliding. Custom enthusiast keyboards and gaming keyboards are joining together thanks to our friends at Input Club. In today's review, we're looking at the Kira, the single best keyboard we've used all year. Whether you?re a gamer, writer, or a regular joe who just wants to bring their computing experience to the next level, this is a keyboard you won?t want to miss.


Read full article @ MMORPG

NZXT AER RGB 2 Fan Starter Kit Review
When attempting to showcase the new NZXT AER RGB 2 fan starter kit, you might ask what better way to do so than to include it in a build with lots of other NZXT RGB goodness?


Read full article @ Play3r

SilverStone Nightjar NJ450-SXL 450W Power Supply Review
If you are looking for an extremely quiet SFX-L PSU in small quarters, the SilverStone Nightjar NJ450-SXL 450W is a brilliant feat of engineering where you may spend your many nickels.


Read full article @ APH Networks

T-Force Night Hawk Legend RGB Review
Picking memory to match a board should be easy, but what happens when you find that a specific board doesn’t work very well with your memory? We dove deeper.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Ulefone Armor 6 Rugged Smartphone Review
Ulefone this week introduced its new high-end shockproof and waterproof smartphone. Dubbed the Rugger Armor 6, the ruggized phone combines an IP68-rated chassis, a large display, multiple special-purpose sensors, and a high-performance SoC. Clearly keying in on a specific market segment for the new phone, the Armor 6 will also ship with multiple pre-loaded applications that are intended to be useful during traveling or just in various harsh locales.

Broadly speaking, most rugged smartphones have to make trade-offs to reach their design goals, such as using an inelegant chassis, mediocre hardware inside, or rather ordinary displays. While the general reasons behind such design decisions are more or less obvious (e.g., keep their BOM costs and heat soak in check), there are many people who prefer to have a rugged smartphone without making quite so many compromises. The Ulefone Armor 6 in turn is looking to carve out a niche for itself in that market by offering a rugged design with above-average hardware.


Read full article @ Anandtech

ZOTAC RTX 2080 AMP Extreme Video Card Review
When RTX launched this summer it started the age of Ray Tracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling. These are two core features of the RTX architecture and promise to revolutionize how games look and are developed. Much like with PhysX these are currently technologies that only work with NVIDIA graphics cards and many games using this tech are still in development. Of course Ray Tracing and DLSS are great things to talk about when looking at founders edition video cards however, as many readers of Hardware Asylum know I’m a hardware guy, I love to overclock and prefer to look at what makes a custom product special.

In this review I’ll be showing you the Zotac RTX 2080 AMP Extreme. The RTX 2080 chip really needs no introduction in terms of what it is. It is a higher-end chip in the Turing lineup sitting between the RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 Ti and will likely become the workhorse in the 20-series lineup.

On the other hand the ZOTAC AMP Extreme is an apex product in their video card lineup featuring the highest clocks and most features.


Read full article @ Hardware Asylum




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