Toshiba TR200 SSD 960GB Reviews and more
Posted on: 10/11/2017 03:03 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD vs. Intel HEDT Platform Showdown Editorial
Apple iPhone 8 Plus Review
Arctic Freezer 33 eSports Edition Review
ASRock X299 OC Formula Review
ASUS Rampage VI Apex Overclocking Motherboard Review
EKEN V8S Native 4k Action Camera Review
Logitech G603 and G613 LightSpeed Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Review
Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 Review: Still Setting The Bar For 2-In-1 Devices
Middle-Earth Shadow of War: Performance Analysis
MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK Review
MSI X299 SLI Plus Review
Toshiba OCZ TR 200 960 Gigabyte Review
Toshiba TR200 SSD 960GB Review
Toshiba TR200 SSD Review
Toshiba TR200 SSD Review: Affordable SATA Solid State Storage

AMD vs. Intel HEDT Platform Showdown Editorial
I've spent quite a bit of time with AMD's Threadripper and X399 chipset and I thought I'd give our readers my impression of it and talk about the platform as well as giving interested consumers a general overview of the platform and what it has to offer. We compare it to Intel's HEDT platform and give our take on this match up.


Read full article @ HardOCP

Apple iPhone 8 Plus Review
iPhone 8 Plus anyone? It’s that time of the year again – Apple’s firmly established yearly release cycle means today we assess the iPhone 8 Plus. The current flagship, though due to be usurped by the iPhone X very soon, the 8 Plus boasts a new A11 Bionic chip, a dual-camera set up plus a new glass back. Is this phone worth its steep £799+ asking price?


Read full article @ KitGuru

Arctic Freezer 33 eSports Edition Review
This 120mm cooler is bundled with not one, but two of the company's latest BioniX fans. These are PWM blowers with rotation speeds between 200 and 1800 RPM. Colour choices for this specific model are black with either red, yellow, green or white accents. We got yellow but you can't win 'em all - this element is subjective, of course. We feel the black heatsink
itself however is a nice design choice. Arctic don't appear to publicise the reasons behind the eSports moniker, but based on the mid-range pricing and available colour schemes it's presumably aimed at these such users.


Read full article @ Vortez

ASRock X299 OC Formula Review
ASRock’s special edition overclocking board boasts a variety of customization from legendary overclocker Nick Shih. Can it beat its competitors?


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

ASUS Rampage VI Apex Overclocking Motherboard Review
Earlier this year I got the opportunity to review the Maximus IX Apex and recognized it as one of the premiere motherboards when it comes to overclocking with Kaby Lake. Not only did the motherboard support some of the fastest DDR RAM you could buy but offered excellent RGB lighting, a custom cut motherboard and personalization options making the board excellent for both extreme overclocking and mainstream use.

In this review I’ll be looking at a new version of the Apex that is not only designed for overclocking but also raw, in your face, performance. The ASUS ROG Rampage Vi Apex comes from a long line of overclocking motherboards that symbolize the epitome of what a high-end motherboard should be. Of course, these days, the lines between high-end, gaming, overclocking and mainstream all tend to blur. For instance you can game on any motherboard and high-end hardware can apply to both gaming and overclocking. However, there is one major difference that makes an overclocking motherboard stand out. Lots and Lots of onboard controls, voltage test points, disable switches and even thermal probes. These are the things overclockers use during a bench session and just make the whole process much more enjoyable.


Read full article @ Hardware Asylum

EKEN V8S Native 4k Action Camera Review
Featuring an native 4k Image Processor SoC by Ambarella the V8S Action Camera by EKEN may not be at the top of its class but it's certainly worth your attention especially if you're on a tight budget.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Logitech G603 and G613 LightSpeed Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Review
Legit Reviews recently had the opportunity to review the Logitech G703 LightSpeed Wireless Gaming mouse, along with the new PowerPlay Wireless Charging System. The G703 LightSpeed has an amazingly comfortable shape for right handed users, along with very responsive Omron switches for the main buttons and of course, Logitech LightSpeed wireless technology, which I've found offers wireless performance that is indiscernible from wired performance. Unfortunately, the G703 LightSpeed only offers about two days of battery life under normal usage when RGB lighting is being used, unless you invest in the $100 PowerPlay system, which brings the cost of entry to $200. Another barrier is that the G703 LightSpeed comes in at a $100 MSRP, which will put it out of budget for many users. Fortunately, as Logitech was developing the high end G703 and G903 LightSpeed mice alongside PowerPlay, a more economical wireless mouse was being devised for the masses, along with a wireless keyboard that would offer 1 ms response time and mechanical keys for the first time, ever. Today, LegitReviews has the opportunity to share the results of this development, the G603 LightSpeed Wireless Gaming Mouse and its companion, the G613 LightSpeed Wireless Gaming Keyboard.


Read full article @ Legit Reviews

Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 Review: Still Setting The Bar For 2-In-1 Devices
The newest version of the Surface Pro is the best implementation yet of what many consider to be the top detachable on the market right now. It is the culmination of hits, misses and refinements throughout the years, and while this newest version does not introduce any revolutionary changes, it features a handful of improvements—longer battery life, a more flexible kickstand, etc.—that keeps it in the discussion as arguably the best hybrid mobile device available.

Call it whatever you want but the bigger question is how it performs...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Middle-Earth Shadow of War: Performance Analysis
Middle-earth: Shadow of War is one of the most anticipated titles this season, which got some pre-launch attention due to the inclusion of loot boxes. We are more interested in the technical aspects of the game and tested it on 15 recent graphics cards with and without the optionally available Ultra HD Texture Pack.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK Review
Overclocking was fairly painless with the X299 Gaming M7 ACK and allowed me to reach up over 4.6GHz on the Core i9 7900X and step over the 5GHz boundary on the Core i7 7740X. The key to overclocking on eight-core and higher chips from Intel is to keep the voltage as low as possible to minimize the thermals. Short-term, a quality AIO will get the job done, but for the long-term you will need to go with a custom water setup. Even so, I found the motherboard was easy to overclock with both manual tuning and by using the EZ OC button to dial up the preset I wanted. MSI uses its Military Class 6 build components to ensure you have a stable long lasting power circuit that should prove to be fine as long as you do not abuse it. Much like everything else while overclocking, you pay your money you take your chances. I find manual tuning to be the way to the highest overclock and MSI's Click BIOS continues to get more granular in the quest to deliver performance while not going off the deep end.


Read full article @ OCC

MSI X299 SLI Plus Review
The MSI X299 SLI Plus is a budget friendly way to get into the high performance LGA 2066 socket, while offering great features. For testing in this review I will be using the Intel Core i5-7640X which has an unlocked multiplier, runs at 4 GHz, and features quad cores and threads.


Read full article @ Neoseeker

Toshiba OCZ TR 200 960 Gigabyte Review
With their OCZ TR 200 series, Toshiba has a line of SSDs in their portfolio that comes with BiCS3 memory, which is based on 3D-NAND with 64 layers. This allows the vendors to crate high capacity drives at aggressive price points. Looking for the controller we find the proven TC58 from Toshiba and we're rather curious to find out how this drive does in our review.


Read full article @ ocaholic

Toshiba TR200 SSD 960GB Review
We review the latest spawn from Toshiba, in particular the new Toshiba TR200 series SSDs. This new model positions itself in the entry to mainstream SSD segment battling with the 850 EVO and BX300 series and comparable SSDs in both price and performance. It is an SSD series that is 100% Toshiba proprietary, that includes the controller and 15nm TLC NAND all new 64-layer BiCS flash memory.


Read full article @ Guru3D

Toshiba TR200 SSD Review
SATA is one generation away from becoming a legacy technology. Toshiba has one last gasp for the aging technology that is on the cusp of extinction for many of our readers.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Toshiba TR200 SSD Review: Affordable SATA Solid State Storage
Toshiba's new TR200 series SSDs are built around 64-Layer 3-bit-per-cell TLC (triple-level cell) BiCS Flash memory, but use the legacy SATA interface and target budget-conscious do-it-yourselfers. Toshiba’s BiCS flash memory employs a three-dimensional (3D) stacked cell structure that is designed for high density applications, but it also offers higher endurance than typical 3D NAND Flash, and is also low power, which is why a number of industry players are now leveraging the technology.

BiCS 3D flash memory is capable of higher performance as well, in certain configurations. Maximum performance isn’t what these drives are about, though. Low cost, durable solid state storage is the name of the game here...


Read full article @ HotHardware




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