Intel Optane SSD 905P 960GB NVMe HHHL SSD Review and more
Posted on: 05/03/2018 09:28 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 and Ryzen 5 2600 (12nm) Review
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X Reviewed
Buffalo TeraStation TS3410 NAS Review
Deepcool Gamerstorm Baronkase Liquid PC Chassis Review
Fractal Design Celsius S24 LCS Review
Fractal Design Meshify C Mini Dark TG Case Review
Hands-On The LG G7 ThinQ: AI-Infused With A Super-Bright Display And Big Sound
Intel Optane SSD 905P 960GB NVMe HHHL SSD Review
Kolink Rocket Review
Measy W2H Mini 2 Review
Thermaltake View 37 RGB Edition Review
WD Blue 2TB Hard Drive WD20EZRZ Review

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 and Ryzen 5 2600 (12nm) Review
Worth going for non-X this time around? AMD moved the Ryzen Hype Train along a few stations with the release of second-generation models last month. We reviewed the Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X and found them to be solid performers, particularly with respect to multi-threaded performance and bang for buck.

Though mentioned in the original article, AMD also released the non-X versions of the same chips, so without further ado, let's take a closer look at them.


Read full article @ Hexus

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X Reviewed
The launch of Zen in 2017 shook the PC building world. After massive anticipation, AMD’s latest CPU platform redefined expectation for core count and performance per dollar, reigniting progress in a processing space that had begun to stagnate. This year, they hope to do the same with launch of the R5 2600X and R7 2700X. Did they succeed? We’re here with the answer in our official review. Read on to see just how Zen+ stacks up.


Read full article @ MMORPG

Buffalo TeraStation TS3410 NAS Review
Buffalo has been designing and creating turn-key NAS platforms for years. In that time, we have had the opportunity to have a few come through for review and today we add to that list with the latest in the TS3010 series, the 3410DN.

As mentioned the TS3410 is the four-bay model coming from the TS3010 family of appliances. This is Buffalo's mid-range business platform NAS complete with pre-tested drives out of the box. This is a large selling point for Buffalo NAS solutions as typical platforms require hours of time, depending on drive capacity, to build a RAID array. This makes the TeraStation ideal for small offices or professional users wanting cost-effective storage at an entry-level price


Read full article @ TweakTown

Deepcool Gamerstorm Baronkase Liquid PC Chassis Review
Deepcool are back with their GamerStorm Baronkase Liquid PC case which includes a Captain 120EX AIO with a flowmeter included in the loop, as well as a tinted tempered glass side panel and full steel construction. Take a look at the video review on our Play3r TV YouTube channel.


Read full article @ Play3r

Fractal Design Celsius S24 LCS Review
Fractal Design. They're a well-known contender in the PC components market, most famously manufacturing cases that all conform to a very clean, minimalistic, and clean aesthetic. We recently reviewed their simply stellar (albeit pricey, though here it is justified) Define R6 case, the review of which you can see here. We felt compelled to give the unit a full 5/5. So will Fractal Design continue that excellence to their series of all-in-one liquid CPU coolers?

The unit comes armed with a 240mm radiator (that uses standard G 1/4'' fittings) and two X2 GP-12 120mm PWM fans. Whilst I was unable to find a TDP rating for the unit, I would have no issue using the cooler to tame an 8 core Ryzen CPU, an i7 8700k, or even a lower end X299 chip such as the i7 7820X. In our 2017 builds guide (which, to anybody interested, you can see on page 5, linked here), we recommended that anybody looking to build and overclock a Threadripper based system should use a TR4 designed cooler. This is due to the IHS being somewhat bigger than the base plate of the vast majority of cooling options out there, even in early 2018.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Fractal Design Meshify C Mini Dark TG Case Review
The Meshify Mini C is a smaller mATX version of the mid-tower version, shaving 4 cm off the top and losing a little depth while retaining a similar price point. In this article for Benchmark Reviews, we’ll take an in-depth look at this offering from Fractal Design. How is it different from other chassis designs they offer, such as the Define Mini C? What does it offer to Micro-ATX builders? Why buy this over the similarly priced mid-tower equivalent?


Read full article @ Benchmark Reviews

Hands-On The LG G7 ThinQ: AI-Infused With A Super-Bright Display And Big Sound
After much anticipation, the LG G7 ThinQ has finally been fully revealed for all to see. Sure, there have been plenty of leaks along the way, but nothing beats getting a chance to have some hands-on time with a device, which is exactly what we were able to do at an LG event held in New York City last week.

Needless to say, we think that LG has a winner here with their new 6.1-inch flagship. The G7 ThinQ is powered by Qualcomm's newest high-end SoC: the Snapdragon 845. As we saw in leaked benchmarks, the smartphone is going to be a real screamer among Android handsets. On board the G7 ThinQ, the Snapdragon chip is paired with 4GB of RAM. Internal storage is also plentiful at 64GB, it comes with an integrated 3,000 mAh battery, and it will be running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. There's even a dedicated button on the side of the phone that summons Google Assistant when needed, but it cannot be remapped.


Read full article @ HotHardware

Intel Optane SSD 905P 960GB NVMe HHHL SSD Review
Over the past couple of days, we saw some rumors and e-tailer appearances of the Intel SSD 905P. Essentially an incremental upgrade to the 900P, with a few notable differences. Specs see a slight bump across the board, as do capacities, but the most striking difference is Intel’s apparent choice to move forward with the blue-LED enabled design seen in a press deck slide that began circulating last year:

That upper right design seemed pretty cool at the time, and I never thought we would see it materialize, but less than 24 hours ago this arrived at the office


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Kolink Rocket Review
The Rocket from Kolink appears to be a rather interesting mini-ITX case. Despite the small size it offers plenty of space and flexibility on the inside, which means you can install high-end graphics cards as well as SFX-L power supplies. Therefore this small case could be perfectly suitable for HTPC builds and apart from that you could even create a very small LAN party rig. Last but not least is also made out aluminum.


Read full article @ ocaholic

Measy W2H Mini 2 Review
Today, we will be taking a look at the Measy W2H Mini 2 – Wireless HDMI Transmitter + Receiver. As the name suggests, it’s a wireless HDMI transmitter that supports full HD 1080p (including 3D streams) with a range of up to 30m distance.

Sometimes you might find that a physical cable connection may not be suitable for your needs, or possibly you can’t get a long enough HDMI cable. So what can you do? Well, the Measy W2H MINI 2 could be the answer for you. It’s a wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver kit, that gives you a complete wireless solution for full HD video output. You’ll be able to reproduce full HD video wirelessly … for Home Theater, conference rooms, meeting rooms, or gaming.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Thermaltake View 37 RGB Edition Review
The View 37 RGB Edition is an E-ATX mid-tower that makes use of a Gull-Wing design. By having a Gull-Wing side panel, admiration for a customized configuration can now be viewed from another perspective. Inside this case, Thermaltake also has a few tricks up their sleeve with some subtle alterations to how the graphics card and radiators are mounted.


Read full article @ Vortez

WD Blue 2TB Hard Drive WD20EZRZ Review
Most review sites don’t bother reviewing hard drives these days, but after reviewing 18 different Solid-State Drives in 2018 alone we needed a break. Old school hard drives are still the most cost effective way to store gobs of data and if you aren’t accessing that data often, there is nothing wrong with having a hard drive in your PC. The market is flooded with relatively affordable entry-level SATA and PCIe NVMe drives that are ideal for your OS and most used applications, but a secondary hard drive is great for storing photos, movies, games and other data you don’t use daily. The best part about hard drives is that they are super affordable. Western Digital offers Blue Series 3.5-inch desktop hard drives in 5400 RPM and 7200 RPM classes. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the entry-level WD Blue 5400 RPM class hard drive series that starts at just $45.90 for a 1TB drive.


Read full article @ Legit Reviews




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