Razer Viper Mini Ultra-Light Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2020-06-05 read/post comments(0)

The Viper Mini can be thought of as a mainstream product from Razer, given the sensor choice but also the price point. After firing a few games of different categories, we did not feel disappointed with its tracking while operating on a 1440P display; the sensor performance is great and most casual gamers, content creators will not feel disappointed by it. One thing to keep in mind is that this mouse was not designed for people with large hands, in which case the positioning will be a little cramped. read more

Crucial Ballistix RGB 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 Desktop Gaming Memory Review

Memory by stefan @ 2020-05-29 read/post comments(0)

The latest Crucial Ballistix kits do tick all the boxes for a mainstream memory kit, now that 32GB versions are beginning to become more affordable. The clever thin and low-profile head-spreader allows bigger CPU heatsinks to be installed, while the top light bar can be configured to match the rest of your setup, since it is compatible with RGB tools from known mainboard manufacturers. read more

Toshiba X300 8TB Desktop PC Hard Drive Review

Storage/HDD by stefan @ 2020-05-22 read/post comments(0)

During the test period, the drive has performed great and we could note the read/write speeds matching the N300 8TB, with the same amount of cache; the N300 10TB drive is performing better all-around, thanks to the higher density and doubled cache. Since we are talking about a 7200RPM drive, the operating noise is higher in both IDLE and seek operations versus the P300 series, but this becomes a non-issue when the drive functions inside a computer case. read more

Dream Machines DM1 S2 Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2020-05-15 read/post comments(0)

After trying a few games with the DM1 S2, the shape seemed very familiar and thanks to the all-around rubberized coating, the comfort is good. The mouse does not have a large footprint as others, so the main grip types it will be used with will be claw and fingertip. The left and right Huano switch buttons are a bit harder to press versus the Omron counterparts, but after a bit of training, you will be used to it right away. read more

PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 5600XT Video Card Review

Videocards/VGA Reviews by stefan @ 2020-05-07 read/post comments(0)

With the RX 5600XT Red Dragon, PowerColor have demonstrated that it is possible to use a proven, 2-fan cooling system which occupies only two slots in order to cool the GPU properly, but also run the memory at a higher frequency of 1750MHz. Even if the Base clock is set lower than the XFX card, in Boost we are seeing about the same maximum frequency and this fact basically explains why the Red Dragon wins in most performance tests. read more

Silicon Power P34A60 PCIe 3x4 M.2 2280 1TB SSD Review

Storage/SSD by stefan @ 2020-05-01 read/post comments(0)

As expected, the 1TB version of the P34A60 mainstream SSD from Silicon Power does trade punches with its 512GB counterpart and in some cases, it even succeeds to keep performance steady for longer thanks to the included SLC cache. When writing to the drive continuously or copying very large files, the cache will eventually fill up, but the speed won’t drop under 108MB/s, as we have noticed by running the HD Tune Pro write benchmark. read more
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