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ADATA XPG Gammix S70: The New NVMe Speed King

Memory

ADATA has a new flagship elite-level SSD out and we managed to get our hands on it. Announced at CES 2020 and finally released now, the XPG Gammix S70 boasts one of the fastest NVMe speed ratings within the market today. It’s not just about crazy Crystal Disk Mark speeds, ADATA equipped the S70 with a radical finned heat sink to keep the drive cool and always performing at its maximum potential. Furthermore, they managed to get this drive to the market with performance-competitive pricing. We’re pretty excited about the potential for this drive so join us as we give you the product tour and put it to the test for you.  Read More

How Much Does It Cost To Run Your PC?

How Much Does It Cost To Run Your PC?

How-tos

Do you know how much it costs to run your PC each month? Until recently, I didn’t. In the past, I had speculated that running my PC 24/7 may cost about 10 dollars per month. However, with increasing fuel/electricity prices, my new estimation may surprise you. Read More

MSI Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio Review

MSI Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio Review

Reviews

Today we have our hands on an aftermarket card, the MSI Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio. The Gaming X Trio version of this card brings a more robust VRM design, a large triple-fan heatsink, and a small overclock out of the box. The 2.5-slot+ cooling solution includes RGB lighting on top and the front on the middle fan shroud. A full-length graphene backplate with a white MSI dragon cleans up the card’s backside while adding some rigidity. Overall, it’s a  good looking card and will fit in well with most build themes. Read More

Colorful iGame RTX 3060 Ti Vulcan OC-V Review

Today we’ll take an in-depth look at Colorful’s iGame RTX 3060 Ti Vulcan OC-V and is the first product from Colorful that we have reviewed here at Overclockers.com. Colorful isn’t a new company, but being based in China, we don’t see many of their retail chains’ products. Don’t let that fool you. They’re one of the leading graphics card distributors in the world. Read More

XPG Battlecruiser Mid-tower Review:

Today we’re going to look at XPG’s first PC computer case in the XPG Battlecruiser. The new flagship chassis is listed as a “Super Mid-tower” featuring a lot of interior space, glass panels, an integrated RGB controller, and more. Priced from $139.99 at Newegg ($159.99 at Amazon), the mid-range priced Battlecruiser is available now. Read on to see more features, builds results, and thermal properties of this new mid-tower case. Read More

G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB DDR4 4000 Review

 G.Skill recently released a few new special kits of DDR4 that feature super-fast XMP profiles and including one that is dual rank. Within the enthusiast PC community, there’s been a whole lot of buzz about dual-rank memory modules and how they offer superior performance for some benchmarks and games. Simply put, this means there are ICs on both sides of the memory PCB for better interleaving and thus better performance. We reached out to G.Skill and they sent us their new dual-rank flagship product, the unbelievably fast 2 x 16 GB 4000 CL16-19-19 Trident Z Royal.  Read More

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XPG Spectrix D50 Extreme DDR4: Elite Memory for Serious Enthusiasts

Memory

With DDR5 on the horizon, we have entered into the final phase of DDR4 DRAM IC production. Lately, speedy XMP profiles have emerged such as 4400 CL16 and 3800 CL14, which are a far cry from the early days of DDR4. Not to be out shadowed, companies like Micron and SK Hynix have been pushing the high-frequency limit and making great advancements there as well. Today we have the opportunity to test one such memory kit that’s pushing the high-frequency limits. ADATA sent us their Spectrix D50 Extreme, which has an incredible XMP rating of 5000 MHz CL19. Read More

MSI RTX 3060 Ti Gaming X Trio Review: Best Value 4k/60fps Gaming

Reviews

Today we’ll take an in-depth look at MSI’s RTX 3060 Ti Gaming X Trio. This is the first Ampere based GPU with more of a mainstream price at $399 for reference models and xxxx MSRP for the Gaming X Trio we are testing today. The Gaming X GPU series still features the new Tri Frozr 2 thermal design, a custom PCB with a graphene backplate, RGB LEDs, and a robust power delivery system.  Let’s dive in and see how our first RTX 3060 Ti measures up! Read More

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