Ballistix Sport AT Gaming DDR4 RGB 32GB 3000 MHz Review and more
Posted on: 09/13/2018 09:41 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Ballistix Sport AT Gaming DDR4 RGB 32GB 3000 MHz Review
Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB MOD Video Tutorial
Cooler Master CK552 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Patriot Evlvr Review
Patriot Viper RGB DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review
Reeven Twila RGB LED Strips Review
Thermaltake Riing Trio 12 RGB Fan Review
XSPC TX360 Ultrathin Radiator Review

Ballistix Sport AT Gaming DDR4 RGB 32GB 3000 MHz Review
We review all-new Ballistix Sport AT Gaming memory, this is a DDR4 RGB 32GB 3000 MHz kit (quad/dual-channel) from Ballistix (Crucial subsidiary). It might not be the fastest kit at 3000 MHz and a CL17, but it is a 32GB kit that can be tweaked to 3333 MHz quite easily. It's TUF, meaning the heat spreader has been aligned with ASUS TUF Sabertooth motherboards (2018 models) as well as offering full support on these boards. Of course, it has XMP 2.0 memory profiles on Intel and AMD platforms as well. Join us as we review the 32GB kit, we'll also test it out on an AMD Ryzen platform.

Ballistix has released their TUF branded memory series. Branding always adds a price premium, ergo this round Ballistix figured, let's just go for 2666 and 3000 MHz kits. On the Intel platform, the performance hit or benefit will not be that big, while in return you receive a little more value. With memory prices still being sky-high that might be a very plausible idea, right? Grab some awesome memory, give it a black PCB and apply. With speeds starting at 2666 MT/s.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB MOD Video Tutorial
Shortly after the Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB 8GB DDR4-2666 Review we received an improved Ballistix M.O.D. version of Micron. Now we could add the corresponding screenshots to the Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 review and also created a Ballistix MOD tutorial video in German with English subtitles about all Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB effects on OCinside.de. First of all, the Ballistix RGB RAM modules looks really good on the ASRock X299 Taichi motherboard in combination with the RGB chipset cooler!


Read full article @ OCInside.de

Cooler Master CK552 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
I'm a mechanical keyboard nerd from way back. I learned to type on TRS-80s and IBM Model Fs. However, my very first Cherry MX-style mechanical keyboard was a Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid tenkeyless model equipped with red switches. That was a good while ago—in 2011 or thereabouts—and so it's well past time that I checked in with CM to see what's going on. As it happens, the company recently released the first keyboards in its new CK series. Let's have a look at the Cooler Master CK552 mechanical gaming keyboard.


Read full article @ The Tech Report

Patriot Evlvr Review
Patriot’s Evlvr is significantly cheaper than competing devices, but with lower cost comes lower performance. Tired of long file transfer times? Want a speedy portable SSD to compliment your NVMe SSD powered system for media work? Or do you just need a fast, go-to pocket drive for your game library? Patriot claims that its new Evlvr (short for Evolver) external NVMe drive can handle all these tasks, and more.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Patriot Viper RGB DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review
Patriot has been around for a long time, and the Viper Series of memory has many versions over the years, even more so as of late. With various samples of the Vanilla Viper DDR4 memory sporting standard heat spreaders with a tooth-like top to them, that was the mainstay for quite some time, being the mainstay. We did see one evolution not that long ago which came with the Viper Elite sticks, where the heat spreaders were highly stylized, and vents were added along the top of them. Patriot then moved into the Viper LED, with a whole new heat spreader designs, and the addition of a saw-toothed light bar to the top. The latest addition is the Viper RGB line of memory, and the look is entirely different yet again.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Reeven Twila RGB LED Strips Review
If you are building a new PC something that should be on your list is a set of RGB LED strips, especially if you want to show off your build.  While the RGB craze has gone a little overboard, having RGB strips will allow you to light up the inside of your case, even if you only have them a single color.  The Reeven Twila RGB LED Strips that we are taking a look at today are made up of two strips with 5050 RGB LEDs and small magnets that will hold them in place.  These are compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and ASRock RGB LED so you can easily control them.  Let's take a look and see if this kit can add a little style to your build.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Thermaltake Riing Trio 12 RGB Fan Review
Thank you to Thermaltake for sending out this product for review! Today well be taking a look at theThermaltake Riing Trio 12 RGB Fans. Before the review, lets check out some info about Thermaltake.

Thermaltake Riing Trio 12 RGB is the world’s first intelligent radiator fan with 3 independent 16.8 million colors LED rings design, featuring 30 addressable LEDs in total and support for Thermaltake’s patented TT RGB PLUS Software, Amazon Alexa Voice Service and Razer Synapse 3 (Razer Chroma). The fan itself utilizes a PWM controlled 120mm high-static pressure fan, long-life hydraulic bearing, and compression fan blade design, delivering remarkable cooling performance without sacrificing quiet operation – “Three-of-a-kind always beats two pairs, Riing Trio!”


Read full article @ FunkyKit

XSPC TX360 Ultrathin Radiator Review
XSPC decided that they could do more than just compete for that extra decimal point of thermal performance improvement and have introduced an ultra-thin radiator with their new TX series. Measuring in at just 20.5 mm thick, it provides a compact heat dissipation solution for watercooled SFF builds.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp




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