Raijintek was founded in 2013 “with the aim of designing high-end products for lifestyle, computer, and day-to-day usage.” Their computer products consist of cases, heatsinks, AIO water cooling units, custom water loop parts, and fans. Today, we have a new entry into their case lineup, the Ophion Evo. The Ophion Evo is a small form factor (SFF) case with a popular internal design that intends not to sacrifice much on the compatibility side.
Today, Samsung has unveiled a new consumer solid state drive (SSD) lineup – the Samsung 860 QVO SSD. The new SSD features capacity of up to 4 terabytes (TB) with speeds reaching 550/520 MB/s reads and writes, respectively. The drives are built using their own high-density 4-bit multi-level cell (QLC) NAND flash. Samsung has developed these drives to have higher capacity SSDs be more accessible to the masses (read: less expensive).
Adding to their long list of memory modules, G.Skill has announced a new set of memory dubbed the Royal Series. The royal series, as its name implies, features a “crown jewel” design. Where there used to be simple frosted plastic to let the RGB LEDs shine through, now uses a crystalline light bar scattering the RGB colors in different directions, The kits start from DDR4-3000 and will run up to a smoking fast DDR4-4600 with capacities ranging from 16 GB to 128 GB.
With the holiday season underway, our experts share parts lists for six pc builds for any budget. Whether AMD or Intel, our buyers guide has you covered. The goal of 2018 holiday buyer’s guide is to present a state of the union as to what a user should choose for processors, RAM capacity and speeds, motherboards, video cards, and power supplies.
Whether it’s a TV or vacuum cleaner, Black Friday tends to be the best time to score deals on just about anything. Computer hardware and accessories are no exception. It can be pretty overwhelming, sifting through all the available options, so we took the time-consuming research out of the equation. Below is a list of our 18 favorite deals from Newegg’s Black Friday sale.
One of the most anticipated new games releases from Dice, Battlefield V, is set to release to the non-paying public on November 19th. Outside of being another AAA title in the long-running Battlefield series, the game was to include ray tracing capabilities which the new NVIDIA RTX series of cards support with their ray tracing cores.
G.Skill has announced two new additions to their already impressive stable of memory kits with the new DDR4-4266 64 GB (8×8 GB) and DDR4-4000 128 GB (8×16 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.
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.
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.
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.