Lower-performance graphics card series are always at the end of the queue of each new graphics card generation. It’s also the case with the Radeon RX 7600, released about a half year after the RX 7900 XT/XTX. The lower performance and much more wallet-friendly RX 7600 is designed for less demanding gamers, for whom 1080p display resolution is just right. AMD directly describes the RX 7600 as a perfect GPU for 1080p and advertises it as such. I’m sure our review will answer whether the RX 7600 is perfect for lower display resolutions and is worth its price.
Today, we present the latest white version of the G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB memory series. With a long list of G.Skill products, it’s sometimes hard to notice the new models, so we try to highlight what’s the most interesting. The tested Trident Z5 kit is not only white but is also non-binary, equipped with 24GB modules, and is rated at 7600MT/s. Non-binary memory has been with us for some months already, but we had no chance to test any higher-frequency memory kit yet. Many users wonder if it’s any better, and I hope this review answers this and many other questions.
Thanks to Enermax, we have the opportunity to take a close look at the new Revolution D.F.X 1050-watt power supply. Designed for all modern builds, the Revolution D.F.X series power supplies are ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 ready. In this unboxing review, we discuss the many features it offers so that you can make an educated decision if it may be right for you.
It’s September of 2023, and we finally have our next PCIe 5.0-based M.2 storage module for review. ADATA was kind enough to send the Legend 970 in 1TB flavor. The new drive utilizes a Phison E26 controller with speeds listed up to a blistering fast 10,000 MB/s on reads and writes (2 TB version) and comes with its own heatsink and active cooling to help prevent throttling. Read on to see the specifications and see how the 1 TB performed in our test suite.
Since the premiere of DDR5 memory, Essencore has been playing safe, and we haven’t seen KLEVV-branded memory modules at very high frequencies or very tight timings. Recently everything has changed, and the expanded product portfolio now includes memory kits up to 8000MT/s and also lower frequency kits at tight timings. In this review, we will focus on the fastest available KLEVV memory kit, which seems the most interesting for gamers and overclockers.
The tested memory kit is designed for the latest Intel chipsets and supports XMP, so our tests will be performed on the ASUS Maximus Z790 APEX motherboard, which shouldn’t limit the hidden potential of the KLEVV CRAS XR5 memory kit.
The Spatium M480 Pro is MSI’s latest high-speed M.2 NVMe SSD to hit the market. Just like its two predecessors, the Spatium M480 and M480 Play is based on Phison’s E18 controller. We reviewed the original M480 in August of 2021 and we were highly impressed with its performance. Several improvements have been implemented in the Pro edition so let’s start by looking at the features and specifications.
Today on the review table is MSI’s MAG Forge 112R mid-tower chassis. The MAG series are known to be built for gamers and tend to be more budget conscientious. That is exactly where the MAG Forge 112R falls in MSI’s product stack. At just $89.99 at Amazon and Newegg, This feature rich case may have just what you are looking for in your next build. In this review we breakdown each of the features offered by this case as well as testing out its thermal capacity and determine if it’s worthy of the Overclockers.com Stamp of Approval.