G.SKill Announces DDR4-4266 64GB and DDR4-4000 128GB Memory Kits

G.Skill has announced two new additions to their already impressive stable of memory kits with the new DDR4-4266 64 GB (8x8 GB) and DDR4-4000 128 GB (8x16 GB) set designed for the latest Intel Core X-series processors using X299 based motherboards. GSkill says the kits are the highest speed available at such a capacity and will be available in 2019 Q1. Read More

GIGABYTE RTX 2070 Gaming OC Video Card Review

When NVIDIA unleashed the new Turing based video cards a few weeks ago, they released the flagship RTX 2080 Ti and its little brother the RTX 2080. At that time, they promised we would see an RTX 2070 in the stack as well but a bit later down the line. The 2070 was released as expected on October 17th and we recently received ours a short time ago from GIGABYTE in their RTX 2070 Gaming OC 8G. Read More

The RBT Rebel Real 1.112 Mouse Review

The RBT (Right 'Bove Touch) Rebel Real mouse is new to the market from a new company by the name of QuadraClicks Gaming, located in Los Angeles, California. They have gotten their start through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and have been successful in getting their design manufactured and ready for public consumption. Read More

Intel Core i9-9900K CPU Review: More Cores, Speed, and Higher Price

Back in the day, a new CPU, be it a refresh or brand new architecture, users have come to expect an increase in both clock speeds, as well as some form of IPC increase. Today, in the era of what I like to call 'core wars' AMD has started going wide and adding more cores and threads to their CPUs while Intel was behind ever so slightly in core count (for the mainstream platform) and pricing, but excelled in single threaded performance as well as loads that did not surpass the core/thread count. Fast forward to today, in an effort to answer the competition on this platform, Intel has released the Core i9-9900K Processor sporting eight cores and 16 threads with base clocks at 3.6 GHz and Boost clocks hitting the magic 5 GHz mark. Read More

Corsair Launches New Hydro Series H100i and H115i RGB Platinum CLC Coolers

Corsair has launched two new Closed Loop Coolers (CLCs) with the H100i and H150i RGB Platinum coolers. The new pair of coolers is said to have improved cooling performance and RGB lights across the fans and pump head over the outgoing non-platinum family. Corsair says this is the first Hydro series coolers to feature customizable RGB lighting on both the fans and the pump head. Read More

CoolerMaster Introduces MasterCase SL600M - Sleek Mid-Tower

CoolerMaster has announced a new chassis in the MasterCase lineup named SL600M. The SL600M is the first in the SL series of cases CM says is designed to "blur the lines between work and play". The exterior is made out of anodized aluminum and forgoes any RGB features which help the case to have a more appropriate appearance in a home office or workplace. Inside, they say 'demanded an alternative perspective on system layouts and cooling' and has multiple options for internal layouts adding flexibility for the internal setup. Read More

EVGA Supernova 650 G3 Review

EVGA probably isn't the first name you think of regarding high-quality PSUs, but they're certainly no newbies considering they made what is basically the Tesla Roadster of PSUs - top-flight specs that almost everyone wants, but also massive overkill and beyond budget for most PC builders. Today, in contrast, we'll be reviewing an EVGA Supernova 650 G3 PSU, one that the average PC builder can actually afford, yet is adequate for even a fairly high-end PC. Will EVGA be able to deliver on a budget? Read More

EVGA RTX 2080 XC Ultra Gaming Video Card Review

Next up in our tour of the new Turing GPUs, is an EVGA RTX 2080 XC Ultra Gaming. Their XC line of cards in the RTX 2080 series includes a dual fan cooler mounted to a robust heatsink and an overclock from the factory. Also in their lineup is the FTW3 Ultra. This card uses a three fan cooling solution and is the most overclocked fro EVGA. The XC Ultra Gaming this review is about is one of those dual fan solutions and the 2nd fastest in their 2080 lineup. We'll test the EVGA RTX 2080 against the Founders Edition and the MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio card we recently reviewed to see how it performs and how it places itself in the market. Read More

ADATA XPG INFAREX K20 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

ADATA is a well-known name in the computer hardware industry for their memory and storage solutions. They founded Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) to provide high-performance products to gamers and tech enthusiasts. If you have used any of ADATA's high end products over the past several years, then I'm sure the XPG branding is nothing new to you. Today, we have ADATA and XPG's entry into the mechanical keyboard market with the INFAREX K20, a full-size keyboard with Kailh blue switches and backlighting. Read More

MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio Video Card Review

Today we are looking at our first partner card in the MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio. The Gaming X Trio hails from MSI's premium line of cards (Gaming) and with it includes a slight overclock out of the box. The main difference between the FE cards and this offering is the Tri-Frozr Thermal design/large heatsink that MSI put on this card. Between its raised clocks, and monster cooler, we are hoping to see better overclocking and performance from this card. Read on to see the results of our testing! Read More

Z390 Motherboard Roundup: 50+ New Releases from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and more

October 8th was the release date for some embargos for the new Z390 chipset. And with this date coming and going we saw the major board partners show off most/all of their new lineups. With this brings new naming conventions, new looks, and new features on the motherboards. We'll list the boards from each partner along with any high-level features. Read More

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