Mushkin might not be the first name you think of when you are looking for super performance, overclockable memory, but we are reviewing something today that just might change your mind about that. With an emphasis on high-quality IC’s and XMP 2.0 compliance, Mushkin offers a high-performance product without being overtly flashy about the design. We are going to put this memory through a gamut of overclocking and benchmarking tests to find out how well this memory performs and whether or not its suitable for computer enthusiasts.
Antec has launched a new mid-tower entry-level gaming case, the Antec GX202. The GX202 sports a rugged exterior design with two 120mm fans sitting behind mesh along with a plexi made side window. The chassis supports ATX, Micro-ATX and ITX size motherboards along with plenty of storage and cooling options available. The big take away on the case is going to be its affordable price of $44.99 at Newegg.
Tesoro has been manufacturing computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, headsets, and chairs for quite some time, but they don’t seem to be mentioned as often as I’d expect during peripheral discussions. However, they seem to offer some fully-featured and innovative products such as the keyboard we have for review today. That keyboard is Tesoro’s Gram Spectrum TKL which is a low-profile, compact (tenkeyless), RGB, mechanical keyboard designed to be portable while still competing with high-end gaming keyboards.
Today we have ASRock’s latest addition to their Threadripper line, the X399 Phantom Gaming 6. This motherboard appears to offer most everything that the other boards do but comes in at the lowest price on the market. Let’s take a closer look at ASRock’s budget X399 motherboard and see how it handles itself.
As the hectic week of CES 2019 comes to an end, we take you back to our visit to Corsair earlier this week. We already know Corsair is essentially a one-stop-shop, but what’s more impressive is Corsair’s dedication to advancing the technology in their components. While other peripheral manufacturers are content using current standards in new components, Corsair has pioneered Slipstream Wireless and Capellix RGB/LED technologies.
In a first for Overclockers.com, we had a chance to visit Supermicro at CES 2019 and check out some of their gaming and workstation oriented hardware. Supermicro is better known in the server and data center space but has been making a strong push in the consumer market over the last few generations supplying Intel-based boards for the consumer gaming segment.
Continuing CES 2019 coverage on day three (our last full day), we ran into our friends at EVGA who had some pretty cool things to show off. First, we saw their flagship RTX 2080 Ti K|ngP|n card which uses a hybrid CLC cooling solution, the impressive Z390 Dark motherboard adorned with gold plating and a 90° socket orientation, and finally, their first dip into sound cards with a high-end Nu Audio add-in-card.