20 of the Worst PC Setups November 2017 and more
Posted on: 12/06/2017 10:30 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

20 of the Worst PC Setups November 2017
BIOSTAR Z370GT6 Motherboard Review
Corsair Glaive RGB Review
Dell UltraSharp 27 Premier Color UltraHD 4K Monitor Review: HDR And Superior Accuracy
EVGA DG-77 Case Review
EVGA DG-77 Review
Gigabyte Aero 14 i7-7700HQ and GTX 1050 Ti Notebook Review
HP SSD M700 Solid State Drive Review
Logitech G433 Review
Mac Root User Login and Password Guide
ROMOSS UPower 10,000mAh and Lovely Elf 6,000mAh Power Banks Video Review
SteelSeries Apex M750 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

20 of the Worst PC Setups November 2017
I’m sure at some point you’ve had a bad PC setup. Maybe moving into a new place, waiting for a new desk to arrive or you just ran out of room. I can remember my horrible PC setups from when I was living at the dorms in college. If you have ever ventured over to the Shitty Battlestations sub-reddit you will find a lot of horrible PC setups. We will are going to pick 20 each month and feature them as 20 of the Worst PC setups for that month. Here are some of the bad ones from November.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

BIOSTAR Z370GT6 Motherboard Review
Our first BIOSTAR Z370 motherboard review is finally here, and you are about to discover what BIOSTAR has in store for people who want to jump on the Coffee Lake bandwagon and need a Z370 motherboard. While the motherboard's chipset (PCH) is loaded with PCI-E lanes and features, motherboard vendors have gone above the call of duty and added in many unique features, extra features, and custom designs to make their product stand out.

BIOSTAR is known for offering high-value propositions at a very reasonable price and with unique styling, so let us see what they have in store today!


Read full article @ TweakTown

Corsair Glaive RGB Review
The Glaive RGB is the latest high-end ergonomic mouse by Corsair. It comes with a custom sensor, three interchangeable thumb grips, and three individual lighting zones for customization. At $69.99, it is on the pricey side, but it also delivers solid quality. Let's look at the details and its performance in more depth.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Dell UltraSharp 27 Premier Color UltraHD 4K Monitor Review: HDR And Superior Accuracy
Dell has a long history of producing high-quality displays, and the recently released Dell UltraSharp 27 Premier Color UltraHD 4K monitor (model UP2718Q) we will be showing you here -- the company’s first to support HDR10 -- is no exception. Though this display demands a premium price, it is also chock full of sought after features that target graphic designers and content creation professionals...


Read full article @ HotHardware

EVGA DG-77 Case Review
The EVGA DG-77 mid tower case was created for gamers who want all of the advantages of a full tower in a smaller footprint. It also is a show-off case with see-through tempered-glass panels which can transform into a RGP light show at the touch of a button. It can also be purposed more conservatively as we have done featuring our TITAN Xp Star Wars Collector’s Edition as a beacon of Light in a Dark place.

The DG-77 is EVGA’s new $139.99 flagship case now available for pre-order from Newegg, and we have received a black edition for review at our request from EVGA. There is also an all-white edition which sells for ten dollars more. The EVGA DG-77 has all of the features of high-end watercooling-friendly cases, including dust filters, but its most compelling feature for us is its ability to display a video card in a vertically mounted position. The DG-77 is a complete rethinking of modern case design since there is no hard drive cage although there is room to install 2 SSDs and 2 HDDs with lots of extra room for even hard-core watercooling setups.


Read full article @ BabelTechReviews

EVGA DG-77 Review
Enthusiast manufacturer tries its hand at a mid-tower gaming chassis. EVGA has been dabbling in PC chassis since 2013 but the firm's efforts thus far have been niche solutions aimed at specific corners of the market. The £170 Hadron Air targeted small-form-factor enthusiasts, and last year's gargantuan DG-87, initially priced at £220, aimed for the power user seeking full-tower flexibility.

There's room in the middle and EVGA has filled that void with the DG-7 Series. Priced from as little as €55 and available in a choice of four models plus two colours, the mid-tower range is designed to appeal to a wide range of mainstream users. The four DG-7 variants all retain the same underlying frame but are differentiated by features such as glass panels, RGB LEDs and the number of included fans. A complete specification comparison is available by clicking here and we have the range-topping DG-77 in for review today.


Read full article @ Hexus

Gigabyte Aero 14 i7-7700HQ and GTX 1050 Ti Notebook Review
There are a lot of impressive notebooks and laptops on the market these days. Of course, when you think slim, powerful and portable, you're very likely to encounter the Gigabyte Aero range. There have been a few variants of the Aero range over the years, but it looks like their latest may have gotten the balance just right.

Equipped with well-proven Intel Core i7-7700HQ, we know it'll have the processing grunt needed for both work and gaming tasks. Of course, graphics are important too, and there's an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card in there too. Of course, that's not a crazy powerful GPU, but for a notebook, it'll be a nice balance between power usage and a big performance boost. With a 94 Wh battery, and some optimised hardware choices, the Aero 14 can deliver up to 10 hours of usage; more than enough for a days work in the office.


Read full article @ eTeknix

HP SSD M700 Solid State Drive Review
The HP SSD M700 is an entry-level solid state drive, with up to 560 MB/s read and 520 MB/s write speeds from the 240GB SSD M700 model, which utilizes 2D Planar NAND technology to deliver solid reliability. Adding to its appeal is the cost of solid state drive technology, which has doubled its storage capacity per dollar from just one year ago. In this article for Benchmark Reviews, we test the HP SSD M700 (model 3DV74AA#ABC) against the competition.


Read full article @ Benchmark Reviews

Logitech G433 Review
Every aspect of the G433 speaks loudly of innovative thinking, from the sleek aesthetic finish using a hydrophobic mesh (available in 4 colours: Black, red, blue, camo blue), to the patent-pending 40mm Pro-G drivers that are made with a hybrid-mesh material for super-low distortion, are just two examples of this.


Read full article @ Vortez

Mac Root User Login and Password Guide
Want to have elevated God-like privileges to your Mac OS X system? Then you need to be a Mac root user. In this guide, we will teach you how to enable the root user account in OS X, change the password, and disable it.


Read full article @ Tech ARP

ROMOSS UPower 10,000mAh and Lovely Elf 6,000mAh Power Banks Video Review
In this episode of our new series here at APH Networks, Alex takes a look at the ROMOSS UPower 10,000mAh and Lovely Elf 6,000mAh Power Banks.


Read full article @ APH Networks

SteelSeries Apex M750 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
The Apex M750 was primarily thought for gaming purposes, so SteelSeries has integrated the QX2 mechanical switches, which were built in cooperation with Gateron. These linear switches have an actuation point of 2mm with an overall travel of 4mm; with the 45cN actuation force, these do bring a similar feel to the Cherry MX Reds but at the same time they produce quite a bit of noise. This aspect may be a non-issue during gaming sessions, but when doing productivity work these could become annoying. Also, it is good to mention that because of the shorter than usual travel distance, users may need some time to get used to when typing documents, because in the first week of usage, we kept making quite a bit of mistakes.


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps




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