Intel Xeon E Six-Core Review and more
Posted on: 11/06/2018 11:24 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ASUS ROG Strix GL12CX System (9900K & RTX 2080) Review
ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming Review
Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4-2666 2x8GB Kit Review
be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Rev.2 XL-ATX Tower Review
Cooler Master MH751 Multi-Platform Gaming Headset Review
Cooler Master MH752 Gaming Headset Review
Cooler Master MH752 Review
Coolermaster MH752 Gaming Headset Review
Cryorig M9 Plus Compact Air Cooler Review
EVGA DG-77 Alpine White Midtower Review
EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC Ultra 11 GB Review
Intel Xeon E Six-Core Review
Lenovo Yoga C930 Laptop Review
OUKITEL K8 Phone Review
Promise Atlas S8+ Thunderbolt 3 Review
Pwnage Altier Gaming Mouse Review
Realme 2 Pro In-Depth Review
Steelseries Rival 650 Wireless and Rival 710 Gaming Mouse Review
Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB Review

ASUS ROG Strix GL12CX System (9900K & RTX 2080) Review
It's a new system from ASUS with both the 9900K and RTX 2080 - but is it worth £3000?


Read full article @ KitGuru

ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming Review
In this review, we look at the ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming. We will pair it with the new eight cores, sixteen threads proc, that Core i9 9900K. A motherboard that has very decent looks and carries some interesting features as well. The motherboard has been fitted with the usual suspects, including a Gigabit based Ethernet jack and on that dark themed PCB you may house two M2 SSDs. Being an ROG board, it does offer some pretty sweet tweaking options hidden inside that BIOS. This more affordable ROG will get that 9900K onwards to 5.2 GHz on all corez yo!, get ya sum 'o dat!

With the new Coffee Lake-S refresh you can expect three processors predominantly become popular in demand for the PC gamer, as each and every one of the processors will offer fantastic gaming performance if your graphics card is fast enough. Intel is able to boost the Turbo frequencies towards that 5 GHz domain. And that is a big advantage that Intel has over AMD, which is wedges shut at that 4.2 GHz range with Ryzen 2000 (which is overall really good, but the high per clock core is where it matters in CPU bound gaming; e.g. with super high-end graphics cards like the RTX 2080 Ti).


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4-2666 2x8GB Kit Review
The new Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB do not disappoint by offering good performance and quite a bit of overclocking headroom; these are available with multiple speed ratings and 8GB/16GB densities per module. The LED lighting system is configurable in very much detail and we have the option to leave it run without the light bar for maximum LED brightness. The temperature sensors are a nice feature to have as well, that has been preserved from the previous generations.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Rev.2 XL-ATX Tower Review
After roughly 2 full years in the market the award winning Dark Base Pro 900 XL-ATX Tower was beginning to show its age so taking it back to the drawing board and outfitting it with it some extra goodies to keep up with the competition was the next logical step for be quiet!


Read full article @ NikKTech

Cooler Master MH751 Multi-Platform Gaming Headset Review
Introduction MH751 There is certainly no shortage of gaming headsets on the market these days. However, theres certainly always room for one more! The new MH751 from Cooler Master may not have the most memorable product name, but its ticking all the right boxes when it comes to features.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Cooler Master MH752 Gaming Headset Review
Geared towards comfort, the Cooler Master MH752 delivers a pleasant feel and an adequate audio experience.


Read full article @ APH Networks

Cooler Master MH752 Review
The MH752 also has broad support for different platforms thanks to its use of a 3.5mm connection rather than a USB one. Bear in mind that to get the 7.1 audio experience you'll need to connect the headset to a PC as it won't work on a console or the other compatible platforms.


Read full article @ Vortez

Coolermaster MH752 Gaming Headset Review
The MH752 from Coolermaster is a multiplatform headset that features virtual 7.1 surround sound with a 40mm neodymium driver all wrapped up in a minimalist foldable design. With a MSRP of £94.99 is this a headset worth buying? Watch video via our VIMEO Channel (below) or over on YouTube at 2160p.


Read full article @ Kitguru

Cryorig M9 Plus Compact Air Cooler Review
Introduction Cryorig M9 Plus Cryorig is, perhaps, one of the best-known prestige brands in terms of PC components. With them offering a huge range of products you may not perhaps be familiar with their CPU cooling range. Of these, the M9 has proven to be one of the most popular.


Read full article @ eTeknix

EVGA DG-77 Alpine White Midtower Review
Up until just a few years ago, EVGA was best known for its graphics cards and motherboards, but the company has since built up a solid reputation for quality power supplies, AIO liquid coolers, cases, and peripherals. The DG-7, according to EVGA, is designed to look as expensive as the hardware you put in it.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC Ultra 11 GB Review
EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti XC Ultra comes with a large triple-slot, dual-fan cooler and is overclocked out of the box. EVGA picked smart, balanced, fan settings, making this one of the quietest RTX 2080 Ti cards we tested so far, and it comes with the wonderful idle-fan-stop feature, too.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Intel Xeon E Six-Core Review
Despite having officially launched back in July, Intel’s Xeon E desktop platform has yet to see the light of day in systems casually available to users or small businesses. This should change today, with the official embargo lift for reviews on the parts, as well as the announcement today that SGX-enabled versions are coming for Server use. The Xeon E platform is the replacement for what used to be called the E3-1200 family, using Intel’s new nomenclature, and these parts are based on Intel’s Coffee Lake (not Coffee Lake Refresh) microarchitecture. We managed to get a few processors in to test, and today we’ll start by examining most of the six-core family.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Lenovo Yoga C930 Laptop Review
Predominantly defined by its serviceable pen “garage,” the Lenovo Yoga C930 is a well rounded 2-in-1 laptop.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

OUKITEL K8 Phone Review
I get it, not everyone is in the market for a $1,000+ flagship smartphone and more often than not the biggest complaint I hear from friends and family regarding their phone is battery life. But how do you balance that issue without having a phone the size of a brick made for a warzone that gives up every ounce of functionality for the sake of battery. OUKITEL looks to meet somewhere in the middle of a nice get-work-done phone that also has the juice to keep it going long into the workday and into the nightlife. The OUKITEL K8 is a beefy phone sporting a large easy to read screen and a surprisingly large 5,000mAh battery, and it could double as a club if need be.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Promise Atlas S8+ Thunderbolt 3 Review
We have seen professional storage platforms in the past from Promise with the Pegasus platform, Areca has its lineup of Thunderbolt solutions, and CalDigit and LaCie have theirs as well, but we have yet to have a Thunderbolt 3 solution come through that can also double up as a NAS, until the S8+ arrived.

The Atlas S8+ sets itself apart with the ability to be configured as a turnkey appliance, while at the same time it can also be configured with Thunderbolt 3 or 10Gbe in addition to its built-in quad gigabit ethernet connectivity. The Atlas is ideal for rich media creation and professionals in need of enterprise-class data storage with enhanced encryption while having simple intuitive setup and management tools.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Pwnage Altier Gaming Mouse Review
While known primarily as an eSports drink manufacturer, Pwnage has brought to the market a gaming mouse aimed at providing a customizable experience for gamers. Available in both black and white color schemes, the Pwnage Altier features adjustable RGB LED lighting with optional software, and a 12,000 DPI PixArt PMW3360 optical sensor. The gaming mouse arena is one of the most crowded and competitive sectors in the gaming peripheral market and has us wondering just how well the Altier can hold its own. Let’s find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Realme 2 Pro In-Depth Review
The *Realme 2 Pro* is a new mid-range smartphone that promises Max Power, Max Style. It's a shot across the bow of other smartphone brands, with its combination of performance, features, looks and incredible price point.

*In our in-depth review, we will unbox the Realme 2 Pro, take a close look at it, and show you why this mid-range smartphone is taking the industry by storm!*


Read full article @ TechARP

Steelseries Rival 650 Wireless and Rival 710 Gaming Mouse Review
Steelseries is one of the leading accessory makers in the world. Today, we have a pair of their highest-end gaming mice in for review with the Rival 650 Wireless and Rival 710. The Rival 650 Wireless is the more exciting refresh of the two models, severing the cord while still offering wired-like performance. The Rival 710 has its own unique set of features to excite gamers, including the new TrueMove 3+ sensor, an OLED screen, and haptic feedback. Retailing for $119 and $99 respectively, let’s see what these two mice have to offer. 


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB Review
The TT Premium X1 RGB is the keyboard in question, and it's off to a strong start. Out of the box, the TT Premium X1 RGB comes with Cherry MX Silver Speed switches - which we have on hand or MX Blues, so you get the idea as to the demographic this is aimed towards. Switches aside, the rest of the feature set is ample and impressive.


Read full article @ Vortez




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