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AMD Ryzen 9 7900X and 7700X Review: The Dawn of ZEN 4

After nearly two years, AMD is back with their newest Desktop processor based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture. This round of Ryzen CPUs comes with a laundry list of changes. First, we have the switch from 7 nm to TSMC’s 5 nm process node, DDR5 memory, and the next generation PCI Express 5.0.

MSI A1000G PCIe 5.0 PSU

MSI MPG A1000G PCIe 5.0 1000W Power Supply Overview


MSI was kind enough to loan us its latest version of the popular A1000G PCIE5 power supply. In this overview, we take a look at the features and specifications of the new PCIe 5.0-capable power supply. With Intel’s current 12th Gen Core processors and the soon-to-launch Intel 13th Gen and AMD’s Ryzen4 AM5 CPUs, PCIE5 will finally become the mainstream connector for high-end GPUs and NVMe SSDs. We start by looking at the specifications table.

EVGA Severs Ties with Nvidia, Will Not Produce Graphics Cards


In a stunning announcement through popular media, EVGA announced they have severed ties with Nvidia and will not make graphics cards for the chip giant. A couple of days ago, several media were invited to the EVGA facility for a meeting in which they shared the news. If you’ve watched any of these videos, you already know the reason why… a strained relationship with Nvidia.

V-Color Manta XSky 32GB DDR5-6600 Memory Kit Review


V-Color pleasantly surprised us with the latest memory kit review sample, The Manta XSky, rated at DDR5-6600 and even arrived with an engraved Overclockers logo! The memory kit is remarkable on the outside but also the inside. V-Color is not afraid of product quality as one of the first memory brands to release DDR5-6600 in the wild. V-Color made some significant steps in the last few years, showing that good products don’t have to be expensive and nowadays have no problems competing with well-known brands. Also, overclockers noticed that the V-Color products have potential and are even used for competitive benchmarking.


How To Apply Thermal Paste to your AM5 Processor (Noctua NT-H2)

A proper thermal paste application is an important part of getting the best temperatures possible for your cooling solution. Too much or too little can lead to higher than expected readings and reduce the already little headroom there is to overclock these processors. With the imminent release of AMD’s new processor, according to popular Twitter leaker @momomo_us and confirmed on the website, Noctua is ahead of the curve in updating its NT-H2 (and potentially their other TIMs) usage instructions by adding the AMD AM5 processors to the “small” CPU type.

ADATA XPG Caster RGB 32GB DDR5-6400 Memory Kit Review

Today’s review presents the XPG Caster RGB which is the latest ADATA DDR5 memory series. The tested memory kit has a 32GB capacity and is rated at 6400MT/s, which makes it one of the fastest options on the market. The memory kit perfectly meets the needs of gamers and computer enthusiasts who want the best performance and exceptional design with RGB illumination.

MSI MPG Gungnir 120R Mid-Tower Case Review

MSI recently reached out to us to see if we would be interested in reviewing its improved version of the Gungnir mid-tower chassis. MSI’s latest model, the Gungnir 120R, boasts a new front panel allowing for enhanced airflow. While the original Gungnir 110R resulted in adequate cooling, MSI recognized that improvements were possible with only a slight facelift. In this review, we will highlight the differences in the new Gungnir 120R while referencing our original review of the 110R.

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G.Skill Trident Z5 32GB DDR5-6000 CL30 Memory Kit Review


Today’s review presents one of the kits that should satisfy all those who are looking for a balance between low latency, but not necessarily the highest frequency out of the box. The Trident Z5 32GB DDR5-6000 CL30 memory kit offers high performance and compatibility with popular motherboards and promises high overclocking potential for those who love to push the limits.

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