AMD will showoff Ryzen 3000 and EPYC CPUs X570 Chipset, Navi GPUs at Computex and more
Posted on: 04/12/2019 10:10 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

1More H1707 Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones Review
AMD will showoff Ryzen 3000 and EPYC CPUs X570 Chipset, Navi GPUs at Computex
ASRock B450 Steel Legend Motherboard Review
Bitfenix Enso Mesh White Case Review
Cooler Master MasterCase SL600M Computer Case Review
Division 2 Review
DR ZABER Sentry 2.0 Crowdfunded Console-Size Case Review
Gigabyte Z390 Gaming SLI Motherboard Review
ID-Cooling ZF-12025-RGB TRIO Fan Review
MSI Oculux NXG251R 240 Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor Review
Nintendo Labo VR Kit Review
Noctua NH-U12A CPU Cooler Review
Sound BlasterX G6 External Sound Card Review
Tribit X1 True Wireless Earbuds Review
WD Blue SN500 250GB NVMe SSD Review

1More H1707 Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones Review
Enjoyable listening experience. There is no shortage of high-quality headphones catering for the audiophile more so than the gamer. This market is largely populated by brands that are not present in the traditional PC peripheral place. Names such as Grado, Sennheiser, Audio-Technica are mainstays. Looking to join them is San Diego-based 1More, whose ever-expanding portfolio includes gaming, in-ear and over-ear hifi options. The latter is solely represented by a triple-driver set known as H1707, available for around £180, which I have in for review today.


Read full article @ Hexus

AMD will showoff Ryzen 3000 and EPYC CPUs X570 Chipset, Navi GPUs at Computex
AMD CEO Dr Lisa Su will be hosting a keynote address in this years Computex. It is been told that AMD will be simultaneously launching four product lines during this expo and the keynote. This years Computex will be held between 28th May and 1st June 2019.


Read full article @ Hardware BBQ

ASRock B450 Steel Legend Motherboard Review
ASRock first introduced their Steel Legend motherboards back in January. This new series from ASRock is meant to give users great stability, a boatload of features, and a attractive design, all while keeping the price quite low. These boards feature ASRock’s “Full Spike” ESD protection for the USB, Ethernet, and audio ports, as well as utilize 60A power chokes and Nichicon 12K black capacitors. The board we are taking a look at today is the B450 Steel Legend which is an the ATX model out of the pair (B450M Steel Legend is M-ATX). As you can guess this board leverages the AMD B450 chipset and besides the features we already mentioned this board makes use of a 6-phase power design, has dual M.2 slots, USB 3.1 gen 2 support, has ASRock’s “Steel Slot” on the PCI-Express x16 slot, and of course you are getting RGB on the board too! With all of these features can you believe this board is just over $100?! Read on as we take a look!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Bitfenix Enso Mesh White Case Review
The Bitfenix Enso was one of our favourite cases of 2017, and now they are back with tweaked design promising increased airflow. Introducing the Enso Mesh!


Read full article @ Play3r

Cooler Master MasterCase SL600M Computer Case Review
The Cooler Master MasterCase SL600M is endowed with both brains and beauty.


Read full article @ APH Networks

Division 2 Review
In 2016 Ubisoft released Tom Clancy's The Division, a third-person shooter set in New York City, after a successful biological attack. While I have played this game, I never got around to reviewing it, but I have had the time for The Division 2 that takes us to Washington DC. The game actually starts with your Division agent in New York City, but a distress call from the capitol has you sent to do whatever you can to help. You find the White House, serving as the Division's base of operations, is under assault and practically the entire city is under siege from one group or another. By aiding settlements, capturing control points, and completing missions you will retake the city for the people, and bring the nightmare closer to its end.


Read full article @ OCC

DR ZABER Sentry 2.0 Crowdfunded Console-Size Case Review
Examining the lower limits of enclosure volume has become something of a cottage industry in the last few years, with crowdfunded projects such as the NCASE M1 and the DAN Cases A4-SFX providing backers with custom designs that attempt to reduce the mini-ITX computer case concept to its absolute minimum size. The Sentry 2.0 differs in a few ways from those previous efforts, most obviously in that it is not a “shoebox” design, opting instead for a narrow game console-style layout. It is also a steel enclosure rather than the all-aluminum designs from DAN Cases and NCASE (both produced by Lian Li), making it quite a bit heavier while promising a more rugged construction.

“Sentry is the worlds first truly console-sized gaming PC chassis. It houses powerful components within a volume below 7 litres, which over the decades has been considered the optimal size for all media appliances residing in front of a TV. Sentry 2.0 is an evolution of Sentry, bringing more features and more performance in the same sub-7 litre package.”


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Gigabyte Z390 Gaming SLI Motherboard Review
Gigabyte decided to fully support Intel’s top LGA 1151 processor even in its cheapest Z390 boards. Does the Gaming SLI deliver?


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

ID-Cooling ZF-12025-RGB TRIO Fan Review
If the ID-Cooling brand is something you may not have heard of before, don't worry, you are likely not the only one. A relative fresh company to the game, ID-Cooling is better known for the variety of coolers especially the vast variety of closed-loop solutions that have been popping up over the past year or so. However, they do venture into other segments of the market as well, and if they are going to make RGB liquid cooling solutions, they may as well offer fans to go into the chassis that match what they offer on the coolers.

When it comes to a fan, it only has to do two things well, and everything else is gravy. A fan must add airflow to a chassis, and it must fit into a specified mounting location. In the early days of chassis cooling, you got a plastic frame which mounted directly to the chassis with no design implementations to eliminate vibrations, and if you were fortunate, you got a fan with a single color of LED lighting. As of late, a whole new world of RGB everything has infiltrated the PC market, and it seems that if a company is going to offer chassis fans, they better have a full line of RGB fans, or most customers are going to pass them by.


Read full article @ TweakTown

MSI Oculux NXG251R 240 Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor Review
The MSI Oculux NXG251R is one of the least expensive 240 Hz G-Sync monitors on the market. It promises eSports-grade gaming performance and a host of other goodies. Is it hindered by its 24.5-inch TN panel or does it truly deliver?


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Nintendo Labo VR Kit Review
Nintendo Labo has been a fascinating experiment so far, one that I didnt think Nintendo would keep running with. The first couple of cardboard crafting kits were wonderful and fascinating, but judging from how the kits have since been discounted and put on sale, it seems like they didnt actually sell all that well.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Noctua NH-U12A CPU Cooler Review
The Noctua NH-U12A is the 5th generation of the very popular and award-winning NH-U12 CPU Cooler released back in 2005 but is it the best one yet?


Read full article @ NikKTech

Sound BlasterX G6 External Sound Card Review
When putting together a new system, we all want the best possible computer we can afford. However, there are always corners that can be cut to save a few bucks, especially when you’re on a tight budget. Usually, the corners cut are non-core components. With the increased quality in on-board audio on motherboards, most people don’t take much consideration into …


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Tribit X1 True Wireless Earbuds Review
First I would like to give a huge thanks to Tribit for sending me this Earbud to review! Never really big a big fan or user of earbuds.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

WD Blue SN500 250GB NVMe SSD Review
With promises of value and performance, has Western Digital killed the modern PC builder's need to use SATA-based boot drives? We are going to find out in our review of the 250GB WD Blue SN500 NVMe drive.


Read full article @ MMORPG




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