NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2060 and Corsair Gaming Mice Reviews
Posted on: 01/08/2019 10:40 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
CORSAIR HARPOON RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Mouse Review
Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Review
Corsair IRONCLAW RGB FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse Review
CORSAIR IRONCLAW RGB FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair IronClaw RGB Mouse Review
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Review
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Review
Corsair M65 RGB ELITE Game Mouse Review
Corsair M65 RGB Elite Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair M65 RGB Elite Review
CORSAIR M65 RGB Elite Tunable FPS Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair MM350 Gaming Mouse Pad Extended XL Edition Review
Corsair MM350 Mouse Pad Review
Elgato Cam Link 4K Review
Elgato Key Light Review
GeForce RTX 2060 Review
MSI Immerse GH70 Gaming Headset Reader Review
NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2060 Founders Edition Review
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Review
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Review Part One: Initial Testing
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Review: Is Mainstream Ray Tracing For Real?
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Review: Nearly As Fast As GTX 1080
Nvidia RTX 2060 Founders Edition 6GB Review
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Founders Edition Review: Not Quite Mainstream
The RTX 2060 Review with 39 games vs. the Red Devil RX Vega 56

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Corsair blew the gaming world away last year with the launch of their ultra-low-latency wireless gaming peripherals. Of course, it makes sense that 2019 would see even better hardware, and new ranges added to their product lineup. The Harpoon is already a fantastic Corsair gaming mouse.


Read full article @ eTeknix

CORSAIR HARPOON RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
CORSAIR has listened to the community and upgraded the original HARPOON RGB with wireless capabilities and a better sensor, the Pixart PMW3325.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
This is the second review in the three-part CES 2019 Corsair review extravaganza. Corsair's new Ironclaw RGB gaming mouse was the front runner, and now we're going to take a look at a wireless spin on Corsair's Harpoon RGB gaming mouse. The final review will focus on Corsair's M65 RGB Elite gaming mouse, where the MM350 mouse pad will also make an appearance.


Read full article @ The Tech Report

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Mouse Review
Today we will be taking a look at the Harpoon RGB Wireless mouse by Corsair. The mouse has a very affordable price just like its predecessor. The mouse rings in at 50 bucks.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Review
The Harpoon RGB Wireless offers three different connectivity modes; wired, Bluetooth or 2.4GHz via the included USB adapter, with the 2.4GHz option offering sub-1ms response times via the Corsair Slipstream Wireless Technology. Corsair also claim up to 60 hours of use between charges.


Read full article @ Vortez

Corsair IRONCLAW RGB FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair IRONCLAW RGB I have large hands and quite long fingers, which means that I prefer a larger gaming mouse. Theres not a huge amount of options out there that really fit my hand well either. Fortunately, Corsair are well aware of this!


Read full article @ eTeknix

CORSAIR IRONCLAW RGB FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse Review
IRONCLAW RGB is quite light at just 105g thanks to its all-plastic construction and measures 130 x 80 x 45 (LWH); we found it to be very comfortable while using it with a palm grip, while the latest high-end sensor made in cooperation with PixArt should be enough for pro gamers as well.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Gaming Mouse Review
CES is upon us once again, which means we're in for a flurry of product announcements all vying for attention. Corsair has taken the offensive this year by preemptively shipping out samples of its new products so reviews can be readied to go up during the show. This strategy works out for great for us here at TR, because it saves us from having to hastily throw together yet another product announcement post in the midst of the mad CES rush. In this particular case, we actually have three reviews on deck. Corsair sent a care package that contained three mice and a mousepad. Each mouse is getting its own review, with the mouse pad making its debut within that mix.The first mouse to run through our labs is Corsair's new Ironclaw RGB gaming mouse.


Read full article @ The Tech Report

Corsair IronClaw RGB Mouse Review
The Corsair IronClaw RGB has been designed with the palm grip user in mind, with a larger ergonomic shape. Although a bigger mouse it is impressively light at 105 grams, and hosts a large number of top features such as 7 fully remappable buttons, 2 zone RGB lighting and Corsair iCUE support. With an MRSP of £54.99 is this enough to make it stand out from the competition?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Review
Even though its name might suggest otherwise, the Ironclaw is a huge palm-grip-oriented mouse, and it's the newest creation of Corsair. It comes with an all-new top-notch optical sensor called the PixArt PMW3391. The mouse also features Omron D2FC-F-K switches with a nominal lifetime of 50 million clicks, two zone RGB lighting, and a robust, highly durable shell.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Review
The Corsair Ironclaw RGB offers a native 18,000 DPI sensor, developed in tandem with leading experts, PixArt, one of the first in the industry, along with extremely durable OMRON switches offering 50,000,000 clicks.


Read full article @ Vortez

Corsair M65 RGB ELITE Game Mouse Review
As Corsair releases a new FPS gamers mouse, we review the Corsair M65 RGB ELITE, the device is sturdy with an aluminum design, it's aesthetically pleasing with configurable RGB LEDs and has a grip that is intensely impressive. Not just that, Corsair includes an 18K DPI sensor and made the mouse tunable with an intricate weight system to match the mouse towards what you prefer. It might be one of the more impressive mouse’s we have tested to date.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

Corsair M65 RGB Elite Gaming Mouse Review
Corsair M65 RGB Elite Over the years, Corsair often revisits some of their most popular products and bring them up to speed with modern gamers. The M65 is one of their longest running product lines too, and its showing no sign of slowing down.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Corsair M65 RGB Elite Review
Corsair's most well-known gaming mouse, the M65, is back! Its newest iteration features a new high-end optical sensor, the PixArt PMW3391. The mouse also comes with Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, adjustable weights, and two-zone RGB lighting.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

CORSAIR M65 RGB Elite Tunable FPS Gaming Mouse Review
A little less than 3 years after CORSAIR released their last upgrade of their very successful M65 FPS Gaming Mouse called the M65 PRO RGB an even newer upgrade is here called the M65 RGB Elite.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Corsair MM350 Gaming Mouse Pad Extended XL Edition Review
Today I present the gigantic Corsair MM350 Gaming Mouse Pad Extended XL Edition Gaming Mouse Pad. Lets saveyou some time. I already googled the dimensions andchanged the 930x400mm measurements tofeet.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Corsair MM350 Mouse Pad Review
The renowned MM300 line of Corsair mouse pads went through a facelift, and now, there are two new models available. There's a large and an extended version, both of which feature an extremely smooth surface material, stitched edges, 5 mm thickness, and a non-slip base.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Elgato Cam Link 4K Review
Today we’ll be taking a quick look at the Elgato Cam Link 4K. It’s a USB capture device that allows you to capture and record 4K video content from your DSLR, camcorder, or action cam to your PC or Mac.

The Cam Link 4K features the latest ultra-low-latency technology, that offers superb video quality at 1080p60 or even up to 4K at 30 frames per second.

It’s compact, portable and only requires one USB port. Best of all, it’s both PC and Mac compatible


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Elgato Key Light Review
Elgato Key Light Are youre into streaming your games, creating content for Twitch, YouTube or any other format that requires you filming yourself at your desk? Well, youll no doubt have realised just how deep the studio equipment rabbit hole goes. From cameras, lens, tripods, microphones.


Read full article @ eTeknix

GeForce RTX 2060 Review
We review the 4th version graphics card in the NVIDIA RTX series, as the Founder edition GeForce RTX 2060 has arrived for a review. These cards start at 349 USD for the reference design from NVIDIA.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

MSI Immerse GH70 Gaming Headset Reader Review
Today a new reader review is published on OCinside.de. Berserkus tests in our forum the new MSI Immerse GH70 USB 7.1 Gaming Headset with Mystic Light. In the following MSI GH70 review we will see how the 7.1 Over-Ear Gaming Headset performs.


Read full article @ OCInside.de

NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2060 Founders Edition Review
After the usual back and forth of the core tuning I finished up with tuning the memory by adjusting the sliders up until the 3D loads failed or scoring started dropping due to memory errors. Pretty straightforward when you get down to it. On the RTX 2060 FE I would see a flash of the core clock speed to up and over 2100MHz, but after the heat starts to build the final speeds on the core settle down and run in the 2040MHz to 2055MHz range. The GDDR6 memory on this card was able to run just fine with a +524MHz offset to raise the effective speed of the memory to 7524MHz. This card easily surpasses its built-in GPU Boost 4.0 clock speed of 1680MHz in many games. The added tuning makes a difference in overall performance that costs you nothing more than your time.


Read full article @ OCC

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Review
GeForce RTX 2060 rumors began circulating soon after the launch of the initial batch of cards. Some of the news suggested that NVIDIA would do away with the RT and Tensor cores in the more mainstream-targeted RTX 2060, and omit support for real-time Ray Tracing and DLSS as a result. Well, as it turns out, those rumors couldn’t have been more wrong. In fact, the new GeForce RTX 2060 we’ll be showing you here today is based on the very same Turing TU106 GPU that powers the higher-end GeForce RTX 2070, with a handful of tweaks, of course...


Read full article @ HotHardware

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Review Part One: Initial Testing
We have to go all the way back to 2015 for NVIDIAs previous graphics card announcement at CES, with the GeForce GTX 960 revealed during the show four years ago. And coming on the heels of this announcement today we have the latest “mid-range” offering in the tradition of the GeForce x60 (or x060) cards, the RTX 2060. This launch comes as no surprise to those of us following the PC industry, as various rumors and leaks preceded the announcement by weeks and even months, but such is the reality of the modern supply chain process (sadly, few things are ever really a surprise anymore).

But there is still plenty of new information available with the official launch of this new GPU, not the least of which is the opportunity to look at independent benchmark results to find out what to expect with this new GPU relative to the market. To this end we had the opportunity to get our hands on the card before the official launch, testing the RTX 2060 in several games as well as a couple of synthetic benchmarks. The story is just beginning, and as time permits a "part two" of the RTX 2060 review will be offered to supplement this initial look, addressing omissions and adding further analysis of the data collected thus far.
Before getting into the design and our initial performance impressions of the card, lets look into the specifications of this new RTX 2060, and see how it relates to the rest of the RTX family from NVIDIA. We are  taking a high level look at specs here, so for a deep dive into the RTX series you can check out our previous exploration of the Turing Architecture here.
"Based on a modified version of the Turing TU106 GPU used in the GeForce RTX 2070, the GeForce RTX 2060 brings the GeForce RTX architecture, including DLSS and ray-tracing, to the midrange GPU segment. It delivers excellent gaming performance on all modern games with the graphics settings cranked up. Priced at $349, the GeForce RTX 2060 is designed for 1080p gamers, and delivers an excellent gaming experience at 1440p."


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Review: Is Mainstream Ray Tracing For Real?
GeForce RTX 2060 pushes Nvidia's Turing architecture to the upper-mid-range using a familiar TU106 processor.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Review: Nearly As Fast As GTX 1080
Introduction I've got to say that I was hit with mixed feelings when I started seeing rumors for the GeForce RTX 2060, as I didn't know what to expect exactly. GTX 1060-ish performance with RTX abilities? Surely not. Yeah well, it's nothing like I expected and it could be one...


Read full article @ TweakTown

Nvidia RTX 2060 Founders Edition 6GB Review
Nvidia is back with another Turing card. Priced at £329, is the RTX 2060 worth buying?


Read full article @ KitGuru

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Founders Edition Review: Not Quite Mainstream
Launching next Tuesday, January 15th is the 4th member of the GeForce RTX family: the GeForce RTX 2060. Based on a cut-down version of the same TU106 GPU thats in the RTX 2070, this new part shaves off some of RTX 2070s performance, but also a good deal of its price tag in the process. And for this launch, like the other RTX cards last year, NVIDIA is taking part by releasing their own GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition card, which we are taking a look at today.


Read full article @ Anandtech

The RTX 2060 Review with 39 games vs. the Red Devil RX Vega 56
The RTX 2060 Founders Edition Benchmarked with 39 Games vs. the RX Vega 56 vs. the GTX 1070 Ti The GeForce RTX 2060 is the fourth GPU based on NVIDIAs Turing architecture.  The Founders Edition (FE) of the RTX 2060 is similar to the RTX 2070 FE that we reviewed last October.


Read full article @ BabelTechReviews




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