Denuvo Copy Protection Performance Cost/FPS Loss Tested and more
Posted on: 03/14/2019 10:36 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Apex Legends Benchmarked: Core i9-9900K With The Latest GPUs
BIOSTAR A10N-8800E Motherboard Review
Cherry MX Board 1.0 Keyboard Review
Cooler Master MK730 Keyboard Review
Corsair Carbide 678C Review
Denuvo Performance Cost & FPS Loss Tested
Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G Review
Memblaze PBlaze5 C916 Enterprise SSD Review
Mushkin Redline DDR4-3200 16GB Memory Kit Review
noblechairs Hero Real Leather Gaming Chair Review
Raidmax X08 Open Air Chassis Review

Apex Legends Benchmarked: Core i9-9900K With The Latest GPUs
How Freaking Good Is Apex Legends?! EA has made one of the best moves in the entire history of the company which was founded in 1982 with the release of Apex Legends from developer Respawn Entertainment.


Read full article @ TweakTown

BIOSTAR A10N-8800E Motherboard Review
After installing a DDR4 memory kit, some storage (NVMe preferably since it does take less space and no cables are required), we can enjoy quite a bit of performance in a small package, the main point of attraction being the AMD R7 Graphics inside.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Cherry MX Board 1.0 Keyboard Review
Today up for review is the CherryMX Board 1.0 mechanical keyboard which seems very usable and affordable at its current price point. Check out our full review!


Read full article @ Play3r

Cooler Master MK730 Keyboard Review
It's Cooler Master's flagship TKL offering, priced at £115.99


Read full article @ KitGuru

Corsair Carbide 678C Review
It's a sleek-looking case from Corsair - but is the beauty only skin deep?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Denuvo Performance Cost & FPS Loss Tested
We take a detailed look at performance cost of the Denuvo copy protection system and how it impacts FPS. We tested over 70 scenarios: varying game resolution, varying CPU frequency, different CPU core and thread counts, and graphics hardware from AMD vs. NVIDIA.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G Review
So the GTX 1660 Ti has proven to be popular and a nice step up from the GTX 1060 Ti as a card for 1080p focused budget builds. I have had a few in the office now but I love getting the chance to compare card to card between manufacturers to see what everyone is doing for styling and to compare the performance of the coolers which are typically the most drastic difference between cards that share the same base GPU. In this case, Gigabyte sent over their GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G which is their entry level GTX 1660 Ti. It does still come overclocked with a clock speed of 1800 MHz over the 1770 MHz that Nvidia recommends but this is a touch lower than the other GTX 1660 Ti’s that I have had in. But with the RTX 2060’s so close in pricing to the GTX 1660 Ti’s that are selling over the base price these more basic GTX 1660 Ti’s seem to be in the sweet spot so I excited to see how the Gigabyte card does!


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews

Memblaze PBlaze5 C916 Enterprise SSD Review
The Memblaze PBlaze5 high-end enterprise SSD product line has been refreshed with 64-layer 3D NAND,  allowing for better power efficiency and more affordable top-tier performance. The PBlaze5 C916 offers some of the highest performance obtainable from a single SSD, large capacities enabled by modern 3D TLC NAND, and plenty of write endurance to survive demanding workloads.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Mushkin Redline DDR4-3200 16GB Memory Kit Review
While at CES in January Mushkin talked to us about their new storage products, but also told us about updating their Redline high performance memory with faster speeds as well as timings. They gave us a new Redline kit to check out and we’ve been testing it over the past week or so. This memory kit is the MRA4U320GJJM8GX2 which is a 16GB (2x8GB) kit running at 3200 MHz with timings of 16-18-18-38 at 1.35V. This kit features Mushkin’s Frostbyte G3 heatspreaders, which definitely are unique. Read on as we take a look at this kit!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

noblechairs Hero Real Leather Gaming Chair Review
It has top build quality, nice looks, and the ability to support heavy and large users. All above sound nice, but is the noblechairs Hero Real Leather gaming chair worthy of its intimidating $720 price tag?


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Raidmax X08 Open Air Chassis Review
Raidmax's X08 is another in a trend of open-air mech-inspired cases built of metal and glass. Can it sidestep the value and design problems of its competition?


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware




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