Just Cause 4 Benchmark Performance Analysis and more
Posted on: 12/05/2018 10:31 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

2018 Apple iPad Pro (11-Inch) Review
Aorus Z390 I Mini-ITX Motherboard Review
HyperX Savage EXO Portable SSD Review
Intel Core i5-9600K Review
Just Cause 4 Benchmark Performance Analysis
Logitech G29 Wheel Review
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon Review
Razer Naga Trinity MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse Review
SilverStone RGB fan grills, Christmas decorations?
Ultimate Tech Stocking Stuffers Guide
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 OC MINI (8GB GDDR6) Review

2018 Apple iPad Pro (11-Inch) Review
Apple’s iPad lineup for 2018 offers arguably the largest design change since the original iPad launched, with the introduction of the latest iPad Pro models in both 12.9-inch and 11-inch models. The new design offers a much higher screen-to-body ratio than ever offered before, mimicking what they’ve done with the iPhone lineup. Apple has more or less reinvented the iPad Pro design, and offers plenty of new features inside and out.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Aorus Z390 I Mini-ITX Motherboard Review
Aorus Z390 I Mini-ITX Do you plan to build yourself a little PC with a big heart? Then the Aorus Xtreme Z390 I mini-ITX motherboard were reviewing today may be perfect for you. It may be compact, but its packing some pretty serious features.


Read full article @ eTeknix

HyperX Savage EXO Portable SSD Review
By now everyone should be familiar with Flash or Thumb drive. They are cheap, super easy to use and work in just about every device from desktop PCs to servers, mobiles phones and tablets. Before the advent of flash drives we had portable hard drives and the ever popular floppy disk. Things have come a long way since the days of the floppy disk and despite the size and storage capacity they suffer from one fatal flaw. They are darn slow!

Most of the time we don’t notice the speed issues unless you have a rather large file to move. In those instances you spend more time looking at the clock while waiting for the progress bar move. Personally I find that an external hard drive is often faster than a flash drive as you get all the benefits of rotational storage and the portability of a flash drive.

In this review I’ll be showing you the new HyperX Savage EXO portable SSD. This was a device we saw during CES 2018 and is clearly the right solution for the external storage problem.


Read full article @ Hardware Asylum

Intel Core i5-9600K Review
Intel's Core i5-9600K looks to upset the Ryzen 5 2600X as the value chip for the mainstream.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Just Cause 4 Benchmark Performance Analysis
Just Cause 4 is finally back, letting you blow up things in even more spectacular ways than the predecessor. The game world is set in South America this time, with beautiful rain forests and mountain ranges. We tested the game on 14 graphics cards, including the whole RTX lineup and the Radeon RX 590.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Logitech G29 Wheel Review
Logitech has been around since 1981 and has produced well over a billion mice during that time. As most companies have found out through the years, if there is no differentiation in products then there is a greater risk of suffering dips due to changes in demand or missed product cycles. Through acquisitions and smart hiring, Logitech has continued to grow and have addressed markets well beyond the mice that they have been famous for.

The G29 is compatible with the Driving Force Shifter from Logitech. This leather wrapped shifter features 6 speeds and a reverse in a self clamping package.
The move to gaming controllers was started decades ago and Logitech has a pretty significant lineup under the Logitech G brand. These gaming oriented products have proven to be quite popular due to their features, construction, and overall price. Initially Logitech opted for joysticks, but have broadened their reach with other controller types. Eventually they produced their own racing wheels and have found a moderate amount of success there. The earlier G25 and G27 products became quite popular due to their overall featureset and relatively low price. The previous G27 was originally released in 2010 so it was prime time to design a new product that would address the PC and console markets.


Read full article @ PC Perspective

MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon Review
MSI is in the house with their new MPG Z390 Gaming Pro, this motherboard has been fitted with two M2 slots, a lot of connectivity, as well as pretty nice looks with a new shroud over the VRM heatsink,...


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Razer Naga Trinity MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse Review
After setting up Naga Trinity with our own preferences, we went ahead with testing it in games, but also productivity work; thanks to its wide chassis and shape, it is fairly easy to reach the configurable buttons and in our case we did feel right at home while using a palm grip.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

SilverStone RGB fan grills, Christmas decorations?
Late October I was at FortCon for their LAN event and I won a SilverStone FG121. I know the name doesn’t really explain what it is, but basically, it is a clear fan grill with RGB lighting built into it. The grills have SilverStone's snowflake design and this brought up the discussion with how it actually looks like an ornament. Well, one thing leads to another and not long after the event I reached out to SilverStone with a weird idea turning our new Christmas tree into an RGB tree with their grills. The idea is relatively simple, but there were a few things I had to figure out. So today I’m going to show what I did, maybe if you have one or two laying around or other RGB products you can take my idea to another level.


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews

Ultimate Tech Stocking Stuffers Guide
It is the holiday season again and that means going out and buying gifts for family and friends. A lot of the time people are hard to buy for, but if they are into tech we have a handful a great products that are the perfect stocking stuffer and will not break the bank either! We are also going to be giving away everything listed in this guide away! Check out the bottom of this article for all of the details!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 OC MINI (8GB GDDR6) Review
Today, we’ll be taking a quick look at the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 OC MINI graphics card. This graphics card utilizes the latest cutting-edge GPU from Nvidia featuring Turing architecture … giving you real-time ray tracing capabilities, artificial intelligence, and programmable shading.

The GeForce RTX 2070 offers a total of 2304 CUDA cores, and has a core clock rate of 1410MHz that’s boosted to 1620MHz. It comes with 8GB of super fast GDDR6 ram with a memory speed of 14Gbps. It’s on a memory bus of 256-bit giving you a total memory bandwidth of 448 GB/s. All of this sounds pretty impressive. But wait there’s more …


Read full article @ FunkyKit




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