Archive for March 2017
MSI just launched Mystic Light Sync, a software suite that can control not just MSI RGB LED products, but in a unified way can control products from roughly 10 other companies including: Corsair, SteelSeries, G.Skill, Cooler Master, SilverStone, In Win, Bitfenix, Geil, Zadak 511, HyperX, Akasa and Phanteks.
Performance keeps on improving in games with Ryzen, that would be the generic message AMD is evangelizing in a new Blog post. It seems that AMD has made good progress on the software side of things. Yesterday we already reported on the Ashes update with a very significant performance boost. Today Dota 2 is getting that TLC. More importantly there is a microcode update planned that will improve memory latency, and thus again 1080p game performance.
Join us as we review the all new ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ROG Strix OC 11GB. Not the engineering samples you have seen reviewed two weeks ago. This GeForce GTX 1080 Ti comes all customized with a brand new cooler and RGB Headers on-board of the card to attach RGB LEDs.
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The March edition of the Guru3D Rig of the Month 2017 is here. The turn goes to Ben Whittle who decided his dinner table and a big sheet of plywood could be transformed into PC, guess what? He succeeded alright.
Check out this ROTM here.
Apacer is showcasing the SDM7-M DP (SATA Disk Module 7Pin MLC DP) – a miniature SSD. The SDM7-M DP is compact, thin and light, simplifying the system structure for design flexibility. Supporting SATA3 (6Gb/s), it can reach up to 525MB/s and 350MB/s in read/write speed, making it the fastest miniature module in the industry.
CD Projekt Group hosted its 2016 financial results conference, and provided some interesting information about its franchises. First of all, we hear about the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077. Development progress is 'quite advanced.' The developer’s biggest team is working on the game, and it’s several hundreds of people (over 300).
ASUS outs a new 24-inch Full HD gaming monitor, the VG245Qoffers AMD FreeSync technology to eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates. The new 24-inch TN LED-backlight monitor supports a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and provides 75Hz refresh rate, 100,000,000:1 contrast ratio (ASCR).
It surely took them long enough, Twitch.tv has added 1080p/60fps streaming capabilities to their service by increasing the allowed ingest bitrate to 6000 kbps. This will allow for much more fluid video playback on channels where it has been enabled.
We check out and review the frame-pacing and frametimes with the all new Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, will FCAT reveal some stuff we need to know?
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Thecus today unveiled the N2350. An upgraded version of the N2310, this 2-bay full-featured file server brings stalwart security and effortless connectivity to the vital digital data of home and office users. At a superior price to performance ratio, increasing your productivity and controlling your data has never been easier.
We review the all new MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING X. In this article we'll look at the fastest graphics card your money can get you, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti based on Pascal architecture. Armed with 11GB of GDDR5X graphics memory.
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The Gigabyte AX370 Gaming 5 motherboard sits in the Aorus gaming line of products. pop a Ryzen 7 1700 in there and with a bit of cooling you'll have a pretty amazing and fast PC for not a lot of money. The X370 motherboard is seated in the high-end Ryzen motherboard spectrum. A motherboard with a black and white design with gorgeous looks and some extras.
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In this review we check out the Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 from Gigabyte. This motherboard is incredibly nice looking and perhaps a perfect match for your Ryzen series 5 or 7 processor. The X370 motherboard is seated in the high-end Ryzen motherboard spectrum. A motherboard with a black and white design with gorgeous looks and some extras.