Overclockers.com GPU Testing Procedures - 2018

This article will serve as a reference for those who would like to compare results with our reviews, whether you are writing an article for the site or just testing the performance of your new GPU. The plan is to update the article as changes in our testing procedures occur. On to the gritty details... Read More

Toshiba OCZ RC100 480GB M.2 NVMe SSD Review

NVMe based M.2 drives have been in the consumer landscape for a couple of years now. Typically these blazing fast mass storage devices come with a much higher price per gigabyte than its 2.5"/7mm SATA based cousins. As time has gone on, more players entered the market and budget oriented NVMe M.2 drives started to appear lowering the price per gigabyte while still being faster than SATA based drives. In this case, Toshiba OCZ has sent us the RC100 480GB M.2 NVMe SSD to review. Read More

GIGABYTE Reveals Pricing for RTX 2080 GPUs

GIGABYTE has announced pricing for four of their upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPUs with no word on a release date at this time. This announcement includes two versions of the RTX 2080 Ti, two versions of the RTX 2080 and lastly an RTX 2070 which they didn't include pricing for. Read More

MSI Unveils First Custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20XX GPU Series

On the heels of NVIDIA's Keynote speech at Gamescom 2018 in Cologne Germany, MSI has shared their release of custom NVIDIA RTX GPU series based on the Turing GPU architecture. The new platform brings together real-time ray tracing, artificial intelligence (AI), and programmable shading intended to bring a whole new way to experience games. Read More

Threadripper 2 Review Compilation (2990WX and 2950X)

Today, AMD has released its latest Threadripper CPU, dubbed Threadripper 2, with a monster 32 core 64 thread 2990WX and the 16 core 2950WX. The new parts are based off the Zen+ architecture and continue AMD's onslaught of additional cores trumping similar processors from Intel by price and number of cores and threads. Read More

Giveaway: Speed up your storage with FuzeDrive

Enmotus, the company behind FuzeDrive, has given us five licenses for the newest update to their software which includes compatibility with Intel and instead of writing another review we've decided to spread the wealth. Five members of Overclockers.com will be chosen randomly and given the opportunity to test the FuzeDrive software on their own systems. We just ask that you report back in the comments with your experiences and performance gains you have seen. Before and after screenshots would be appreciated. Read More

AMD Ryzen Threadripper Available for Pre-order

The day is here to pre-order the second generation Threadripper from AMD at more than 80 e-tailers worldwide. This includes the Threadripper 2990WX which currently holds the world record in Cinebench R15 multi-threaded CPU test for a single socket system. Read More

E-WIN Champion Series Ergonomic Gaming Office Chair Review

E-WIN Racing was founded in 2016 after being part of a leading OEM office chair manufacturer. They are focused on designing and manufacturing ergonomic "racer" style chairs for both gaming and office use. E-WIN Racing uses the phrase "Quality, but cheap office gaming chairs" to describe their products, and we're here to find out the accuracy of that statement, at least with the CP-BB3F Gaming Office Chair we had a chance to test. Read More

Intel Core i7-8086K 40th Anniversary CPU Review

To mark the anniversary of the first CPU based on the X86 architecture, Intel has released a limited edition Core i7-8086k CPU. Although the new 8086K looks nothing at all like it's namesake the Intel 8086 or iAPX 86 as it was also known it's a milestone none the less marking 40 years of X86 based architecture. The 8086 CPU paved the way for modern computing and it's easy to see why Intel would commemorate such an occasion with a special edition CPU. Read More

Noctua NH-D14 Redux: Modern Fans On An Old Heatsink

On a hot day in July, we decided to take another look at the venerable Noctua NH-D14 cooler. People may be wondering why are we looking at this heatsink again, its End of Life (EOL). A lot of enthusiasts purchased this when it was new back in 2009 and likely still have it and would like to use it on modern platforms. In fact, the device can still be purchased new today Noctua says because people still buy it. The focus on the mini-review here is to see how the old school CPU heatsink compares with a couple of new Noctua fans and see how that affects its performance. Read on to see what improvements were found. Read More

ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero WiFi Review

With the launch of the second generation Ryzen CPUs, AMD also released an updated chipset. ASUS has supplied us with the ROG Crosshair VII Hero WiFi and we'll be putting it through our usual set of testing and benchmarks to see how it measures up to the competition. Read More

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