These are the best 4K monitors February 2018 and more
Posted on: 02/28/2018 11:19 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ADATA XPG Gammix S10 M.2 Solid State Drive Review
ASRock X299 Taichi XE Intel LGA 2066 Motherboard Review
ASROCK X399M TAICHI (AMD X399) Motherboard Review
Cherry MX Board Silent Review
Cooler Master MA620P RGB Air Cooler Review
Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 18.8
Dream Machines DM1 Pro S Mouse Review @ KitGuru
GEIL Super Luce RGB DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review
GIGABYTE Z370 HD3P (Intel Z370) Motherboard Review
IceMan Ryzen Threadripper CPU Water Block Review
Intel SSD 600p Series 512 GB Review
MSI Z370 Gaming M5 Review
Seagate Ironwolf Pro 10TB ST10000NE0004 HDD Review
These are the best 4K monitors February 2018

ADATA XPG Gammix S10 M.2 Solid State Drive Review
Like most companies out there ADATA now has a dedicated gaming line of products, which is their XPG line. One of the newest products in this line is the XPG Gammix S10 M.2 solid state drive. This small little drive with its flashy looks is available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB capacities. ADATA has gone with the Silicon Motion SM2260 controller teamed with Micron’s first gen 32-layer 3D TLC NAND. ADATA says this drive will have read and write speeds of 1800 MB/s and 850 MB/s respectively, so not the fastest drive out there, but is definitely faster than your normal SATA III SSD. ADATA also backs the drive with a 5-year warranty so you know it is going to last a while. Let’s jump in and see what this drive can do!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

ASRock X299 Taichi XE Intel LGA 2066 Motherboard Review
Recently we had tested on OCinside.de the X299 Taichi High-End motherboard from ASRock and today we want to see the latest ASRock X299 Taichi XE in comparison. Because in the meantime ASRock has added a new XE version for different ASRock motherboards. We will see if ASRock again has improved their powerful Intel LGA 2066 motherboard.


Read full article @ OCinside.de

ASROCK X399M TAICHI (AMD X399) Motherboard Review
Today is the day we review our first micro-ATX X399 motherboard, and it's the first of its kind on the market. While the motherboard does utilize the smaller micro-ATX form factor, it still maintains all the platform's many features and even adds a few extras for fun. Overclocking features are still maintained, and overall quality doesn't seem to have taken a hit. Many vendors have opted not to venture into the niche market of small form factor motherboards, but ASRock goes head first into these markets as we have seen with ASRock's Intel HEDT motherboards, so let's see what they have for AMD's HEDT platform.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Cherry MX Board Silent Review
The MX Board Silent is Cherry showing the world that it is possible to have mechanical keyboards that are inherently quiet as well. It comes in two color options, two MX Silent switch options, and an all-plastic construction where the lack of typing noise is the main goal.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Cooler Master MA620P RGB Air Cooler Review
Cooler Master’s new MA620P is a big, dual-tower air cooler that ships with two MF120R RGB fans. It is available in two models – the MA620P we have here, or the MA612P which is exclusively for Threadripper CPUs. At £74.99 in the UK, it’s certainly not cheap for an air cooler but can the MA620P prove that it is good value for money? Let’s find out.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Desktop CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 18.8
Currently covering *1,198 desktop CPUs*, this comprehensive comparison will allow you to easily compare *up to 19 different specifications* for each and every desktop CPU.

Here's the latest update in Revision 18.8 :

- Added the AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU.
- Added the AMD Ryzen 3 2200G APU.
- Updated the specifications of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920.


Read full article @ Tech ARP

Dream Machines DM1 Pro S Mouse Review @ KitGuru
When it comes to gaming mice, products usually fall into either one of two camps: the all-singing, all-dancing mice packed with dazzling lights and numerous features, or the simple ‘no-frills’ mice which ‘just work’. The Dream Machines DM1 Pro S definitely belongs to the latter group, with a focus on its high-end PixArt sensor, the comfortable symmetrical body and a complete lack of software. Could this be your next mouse?


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GEIL Super Luce RGB DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review
Today we’ll be taking a look at the GEIL Super Luce RGB DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit. These memory modules are literally identical to the GEIL Super Luce DDR4-3000 (blue LED) which we review last year. This time however it’s fully RGB and supports Asus Aura Sync.

According GEIL, the Super Luce RGB SYNC Series offers a combination of high performance and seamless RGB lighting effects from the motherboard, graphics card and LED lighting strips. The memory kits come in stealth black or frost white heat spreaders.

As you know, RGB has been around for some time now, and there is no sign of this trend slowing down. We now have RGB everywhere including chassis, AIO coolers, motherboards, as well as tons of RGB watercooling components. Are you sick of it? … I say no! Keep it coming hahaha!


Read full article @ FunkyKit

GIGABYTE Z370 HD3P (Intel Z370) Motherboard Review
While many Z370 motherboards are high-end, there are still many entry-level Z370 motherboards, and today we will take a look at one from GIGABYTE. The Z370 HD3P supports all 8th generation Intel CPUs, and it carries many features that are targeting power users who might not only want a gaming-centric motherboard. The Z370 HD3P is an affordable motherboard that looks to hit the nail on many heads, so let's take a look at what it has to offer.


Read full article @ TweakTown

IceMan Ryzen Threadripper CPU Water Block Review
IceMan Cooler is not exactly a well known name in North America, but in December we had a few folks ask for a review of its Threadripper water block, so we reached out, and IceMan sent us its water block. Everything looked great till we tried to use it. And of course being able to use it is slightly important, if you want to cool your Threadripper.

ceMan's online presence does not exactly inspire confidence. Its retail site, IceManCooler.com notes its latest news being from 2013, but it does show a couple of updated product categories as you can find a GTX 1080 GPU cooler listed. We ended up being successful in making contact using its Facebook page and IM. There is even a video of this Threadripper block in all its Frag Harder Disco Light glory. Whatever may be the case, IceMan does not seem to exist on marketing, but rather word-of-mouth from what we can tell. And going through the photos on its Facebook page, it does some visually impressive work to be sure.

We did our unboxing and breakdown back on January 9, and we got to testing right after that, and started running into issues immediately. More on that later.


Read full article @ HardOCP

Intel SSD 600p Series 512 GB Review
The Intel 600p SSD is one of the more affordable M.2 PCIe x4 based NVMe drives on the market. It uses an SMI controller, paired with Intel's own 3D TLC flash. Despite the relatively low synthetic results, our real-life testing shows that the drive is a decent choice for typical consumer workloads.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

MSI Z370 Gaming M5 Review
With the Gaming M5, MSI has a well equipped motherboard in its portfolio, which comes with a bunch of interesting features. There are for example two M.2 Gen 3 x4 slots as well as a good looking design. Apart from that this model should feature a rather interesting price.


Read full article @ ocaholic

Seagate Ironwolf Pro 10TB ST10000NE0004 HDD Review
We’ve had NAS HDDs for a while and it is a common choice for those who archive data, content creators who want large storage for RAW images and videos, folks with network storage for SOHO or small enterprise services. WD has the Red and the Red Pro series, while Seagate has its IronWolf and IronWolf Pro series.


Read full article @ Hardware BBQ

These are the best 4K monitors February 2018
Hardware.Info tests a substantial number of monitors annually. This results in all kinds of reviews and comparison tests, but we can also tell you what the best screens you can buy are. Both when you are looking for a certain format, as well as for a specific purpose, such as image processing or gaming. Or if you have a limited budget. In this article you will find our advice for purchasing 4K, or Ultra HD monitors.

We regularly publish monitor reviews, but not everyone has the time or desire to plough through an archive with articles. If you just want to know which screen the best for you is, you need a compact overview. We try to offer you that with this article.


Read full article @ Hardware.Info




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