GNOME 3.34: The 10 Best Changes & Features and more
Posted on: 09/12/2019 09:06 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Arctic BioniX F120 Review
Cooler Master MH710 Gaming Earbuds Review
Corsair Force Series MP600 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD Review
Endgame Gear XM1 Mouse Review
GNOME 3.34: The 10 Best Changes & Features
Kolink Enclave 80 Plus Gold 700W PSU Review
MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming X Review
MSI RX 5700 Gaming X Review
NZXT N7 Z390 ATX Motherboard Review
Philips Brilliance 272B7QUBHEB Review
Raspberry Pi clone sports 1.84GHz Intel Cherry Trail processor
SteelSeries Apex Pro Gaming Keyboard Review
Toshiba N300 10TB NAS Hard Drive Review
VR Wars: The Vive Pro vs. the Oculus Rift

Arctic BioniX F120 Review
The Arctic BioniX F120 fan offers a good performance at a reasonable price, both the F120 and F140 variants are available for 14.99 and 15.99 US Dollars or Euro. The BioniX F models are ideal for high airflow usage, such as case fans, to move the air in and out of the system as fast and as efficiently as possible.


Read full article @ Tech-Legend

Cooler Master MH710 Gaming Earbuds Review
After the well-rated MH703, Cooler Master has added another in-ear headset specially designed for gamers, the MH710. In addition to the 10mm Neodymium HiFi drivers, the MH710 gaming earbuds shine above all with the FocusFX 2.0 technology and good features.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

Corsair Force Series MP600 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD Review
AMD has ushered in the PCIe Gen4 era with their newest processors and chipsets. For the past couple of years AMD has been making inroads with enthusiast by offering better value with their Ryzen Series platforms. AMD's 1xxx Ryzen and 2xxx platforms, while powerful, were no threat to Intel's performance superiority. Now, with the launch of their 3xxx Ryzen technology, AMD has pulled off the seemingly impossible feat of supplanting Intel as the performance king. Enthusiasts have gone crazy for AMD's Zen 2 platform and for good reason. Zen 2 brings with it more performance for less money than anything Intel is serving up these days. For these reasons, AMD has almost overnight become the De Facto King of the enthusiast space. Additionally, Zen 2 brings to the masses more forward technology than Intel currently has to offer.


Read full article @ Tweaktown

Endgame Gear XM1 Mouse Review
Endgame Gear is the new kid on the block, and its first mouse weighs just 70g. Over the last year or so, mouse manufacturers have been on a mission to make their mice lighter and lighter. Endgame Gear is looking to capitalise on this with its first gaming mouse, the XM1. Weighing just 70g, the XM1 is right up there with some of the lightest mice you can get, and unlike the Glorious Model O or Finalmouse Ultralight, there are no holes cut into the mouse’s shell. Priced at £53.99, is the XM1 worth buying?


Read full article @ KitGuru

GNOME 3.34: The 10 Best Changes & Features
Among the new stuff that GNOME 3.34 brings, which millions of desktop Linux users can look out for, is easier app folder creation, a entirely revamped system profiling tool, and power ups for a crop of core apps.

In short, GNOME 3.34 is a substantial yet iterative upgrade that rounds off some of the free desktop’s rougher edges, particularly in oft-mentioned “problem” areas like animations and frame rates.


Read full article @ OMG! Ubuntu!

Kolink Enclave 80 Plus Gold 700W PSU Review
Today we take a look at a new 80 Plus Gold Series power supply from Kolink. The company told us that the three power supplies in this family are strictly focused on competitive pricing while still delivering high quality power. These new supplies are fully modular, single rail, 80 Plus Gold rated and are equipped with a rifle bearing fan.


Read full article @ KitGuru

MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming X Review
After reviewing the EVOKE, it's now time for the more silent and powerful model, meet the Gaming X revision of MSI's Radeon RX 5700 XT. Among the MSI lineup, it has the best clocks, new looks, and silent acoustic levels. Fabricated at a 7nm node and capable of battling with NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060 and 2070 we'll check out how well it holds against the reference card as well.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

MSI RX 5700 Gaming X Review
After the first minutes with the new MSI RX 5700 XT a déjà-vu attacked me, because I suddenly had the legendary MSI R9 390 X 8G in mind again. Fast thing, a bit hot and by no means a despiser of food, on the contrary. Well, as you know, power comes from fuel and that’s why MSI has aligned itself to it. The concept to bring the fastest RX 5700 XT on the market so far has certainly paid off. I can spoil that much. Of course, we’re still talking about the possible consequences.

In times when school-age girls sail the Atlantic because of the climate, such a current-red packaging of course always makes itself a bit bad. That’s why in a second benchmark run I also trimmed this card to the state of the reference card using our MorePowerTool in order to recognize the actual character behind the construction. The proposed silent solution about MSI’s new Dragon Center would certainly also be an option, but since the software also changes Windows’ energy plan, among other things, I’m leaving it at that. MPT and done!


Read full article @ IgorsLAB

NZXT N7 Z390 ATX Motherboard Review
The Z390 motherboard range has been with us a little while now. However, that doesnt mean there arent still some exciting boards being released fairly regularly. Its still the flagship Intel platform for consumers and gamers. The new NZXT N7 Z390 looks pretty familiar too.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Philips Brilliance 272B7QUBHEB Review
USB-C docking capabilities in a well-rounded 27in QHD display. The list of sought-after features for a monitor upgrade has grown rather quickly in recent years. Advancements such as high-dynamic-range imaging and adaptive framerate synchronisation have been hogging most of the limelight, but for the worker bees out there, the implementation of a USB-C docking station could be the one feature that truly stands out.

We've seen the tech featured in a couple of recent monitor reviews, and the premise is simple enough; connect your peripherals and Ethernet cable directly to the monitor, then when you're back home from work, attach your laptop via a single USB-C lead for one-stop access to charging, dedicated peripherals, wired Internet and an external display.


Read full article @ Hexus

Raspberry Pi clone sports 1.84GHz Intel Cherry Trail processor
Radxa has posted specs for a new member of its community backed “Rock Pi” Raspberry Pi lookalike SBC family, this time with an Intel Cherry Trail Atom x5-Z8300, USB 3.0, MicroSD, HDMI, eDP/MIPI, and GbE, plus optional WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 LE.

In June, Radxa unveiled its Rock Pi S SBC that runs Linux on a RK3308 and updated its RK3399-based Rock Pi 4 with extra memory. Now, Radxa is preparing to add to that family of Raspberry Pi pseudo clones with an SBC called Rock Pi X, based on the Intel “Cherry Trail” Atom x5-Z8300. We learned about the new board from our friends at Hackerboards, who added the Rock Pi X to its database yesterday.


Read full article @ LinuxGizmos

SteelSeries Apex Pro Gaming Keyboard Review
Today we will be reviewing the Apex Pro Gaming Keyboard from SteelSeries. Big shout out to SteelSeries for providing us with all the great products to show you guys! Today we have a keyboard, that if you haven’t heard yet has adjustable switches, yes you read that right they are adjustable! I asked myself the same thing you just did; How is that even possible? Well, one way another Steelseries has done it! What kind of feedback do you get? How will the keys react when I change the actuation point? I know there are a ton of questions with this but keep reading and we got you covered, no worries we will cover everything this keyboard has to offer! Tune into the Conclusion to get my honest feedback!


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Toshiba N300 10TB NAS Hard Drive Review
Thanks to the increased density and buffer size, we are seeing an increase of performance of the 10TB N300 versus the 8GB variant, matching the rated data transfer speeds from the product datasheet. The seek operations can be clearly heard when the drive is installed into a computer case, but this should be a non-issue when using the product in a home or SMB NAS. N300 was designed to operate in multi-drive NAS setups, so they have RV sensors integrated for detecting shocks and compensate rotational vibration.


Read full article @ Mad Shirmps

VR Wars: The Vive Pro vs. the Oculus Rift
Continuing September’s VR Month at BTR, this review is a follow-up to yesterday’s VR performance evaluation. We present a five-game cross-platform VR performance showdown between the Oculus Rift CV1 and the Vive Pro. We benchmark using the RX 5700 XT Anniversary Edition versus the RX 2060 SUPER and RTX 2070 SUPER Founders Editions measuring frametimes and unconstrained performance with FCAT VR.


Read full article @ BabelTechReviews




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