Today, we’re putting the new Deepcool PX1200G – a 1200W power supply on our test bench. It is the first ATX 3.0 compatible unit from that company that we looked at. It is a fully modular PSU; even though the motherboard connectors are not permanently attached to the housing, you still must use most of them. Deepcool PX1200G has ATX 3.0 and PCIe Gen 5.0 compatibility. As for the wattage options, you can find the following: 1200 W (which we’re checking), 1000 W, 850 W.
It's big, it's wide, it's fast and it's OLED. Meet the 5K Asus ROG Swift OLED PG49WCD which we review today. The Asus ROG Swift OLED PG49WCD features a large 49-inch display with a notable 1800R curvature, designed to provide an immersive gaming experience. This curvature is engineered to create a sense of envelopment for the user. Oh and it's 5120 x 1440 (32:9, Dual QHD) @ 144Hz.
We review the Sapphire RX 7700 XT Pure, a product option for purchasers who are drawn to the AMD 7700 XT GPUs but seek a distinct look beyond the usual gunmetal or black hues. This variant is priced marginally higher, by $20, catering to individuals who prioritize distinctive design features in their computing components. In terms of performance, the Sapphire RX 7700 XT Pure aligns with the standard specifications and performance levels of the Radeon RX 7700 XT series.
Let's review the new ASUS ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless, abbreviated as Strix Scope II 96, is a compact gaming keyboard that offers wireless functionality. Among its features are the integration of ROG NX Snow switches, which provide a tactile response. The keyboard also includes vibrant RGB lighting and has a design that prioritizes user comfort.
Neo Forza MDK5 (who from you remembers the MDK game from 1997?) 6000 CL40 96 GB kit is the third one we got to look at. The previous ones were the Trinity Jetblack 6000 CL40 2x 32 GB and the Trinity DDR5 6400 CL40 2x 16GB. This Taiwanese company (founded in 2018) is a brand of Goldkey (existing since 1998) and obviously likes to provide the DDR5 sets with CL40 timing because the one we are looking at has the same main latency setting.
Ferarri or Red Bull? We take a look at F1 2023 from Codemasters, or EA these days, from the standpoint of PC graphics performance and PC gaming. We'll put the game through its paces on the PC platform, comparing graphics card performance with the newest AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards. The focus of this round will be Raytraced performance, many graphics cards are being examined and benchmarked in terms of raytracing and DLSS/FSR.
We review, test and analyze the all-new Ryzen Threadripper 7000 series processors. The many-core beasts are paired with a TRX50 motherboard. We tested the Ryzen Threadripper 7980 with 64-cores based on Zen4 (that's 128-threads by the way. And then we also will place a focus on the Ryzen Threadripper 7970 with its 32-cores. We'll look at multithreaded performance, but we will not shy away from game performance either.