AMD Ryzen 7 2700X spotted with clocks up to 4200 MHz and more
Posted on: 03/03/2018 12:06 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X spotted with clocks up to 4200 MHz
Corsair MM1000 review: A wireless charging mousepad with strings attached
Dell Latitude 5490 review: All business, all the time
Dell XPS 13 review (2018): Still the best Windows laptop
Genius SlimStar 8008 Review
Layers of Fear: Legacy Review
Overclockers UK Cobalt Overclocked Gaming PC Review
Rantopad MXX Mechanical Keyboard Review
Samsung Galaxy S9 Camera Features Explained
SilverStone MS09 m.2 SATA External SSD Enclosure Review

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X spotted with clocks up to 4200 MHz
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, new 8-core CPU from AMD The first consumer desktop Ryzen 7 2000 CPU has been spotted. It appears to have 300 MHz higher clock than its predecessor, the Ryzen 7 1700X. The CPU going by the name of Ryzen 7 2700X can be found with a base clock of 3700 MHz and a turbo clock of 4124 MHz. Other entries showcase clocks speed up to 4200 MHz. The CPU has been tested with ASRock X370 Taichi, which confirms backward compatibility for Ryzen 2000 CPUs.


Read full article @ VideoCardz.com

Corsair MM1000 review: A wireless charging mousepad with strings attached
The day is finally here, and the challengers to Logitech’s revolutionary Powerplay wireless charging mousepad system have arrived. First up is Corsair’s MM1000 (currently $80 on Amazon), which actually was announced before Logitech showed off Powerplay last year. However, Logitech released its wireless charging mousepad suite last summer, while Corsair's MM1000 took until 2018.


Read full article @ PC World

Dell Latitude 5490 review: All business, all the time
The Dell Latitude 5490 is kind of like a khaki-wearing, hard-working cubicle neighbor.

There's something about a good business laptop that you can recognize right away. Maybe it's that matte black plastic, or the fact that it's got that little extra bit of thickness that seems to telegraph to an IT department, "It's OK, I won't cost as much as you think."

Or maybe it's the exposed VGA port, the saving grace of many a road warrior who just needs to walk through a slideshow and doesn't want to have to deal with some newfangled connection that probably won't work the first time anyway.


Read full article @ Windows Central

Dell XPS 13 review (2018): Still the best Windows laptop
There's a reason we've heaped praise on Dell's XPS notebooks over the past few years. They've always been gorgeous and capable machines, with near bezel-less screens that other computer makers quickly copied. Most importantly, they brought an air of refinement to the Windows laptop market -- something you could previously only find from Apple. Dell's latest XPS 13 continues that tradition of excellence, though there are some changes that might irk longtime fans of the lineup.


Read full article @ Engadget

Genius SlimStar 8008 Review
The Genius SlimStar 8008 keyboard and mouse combo is an inexpensive replacement to OEM peripherals, offering an overall enhanced user experience with 2.4 GHz encrypted WiFi connectivity and long battery life in addition to a well-designed software driver for added functionality.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Layers of Fear: Legacy Review
There is always something slightly worrying about a game, or any piece of art, depicting the hardships of an artist. While I’m sure most enter the concept with the best intentions, their desires can quickly turn to arrogant self-aggrandizing. Luckily, that isn’t the case with Layers of Fear: Legacy.

Released now on Nintendo Switch after the debut on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, this game follows the uncomfortable breakdown of a tortured and tortuous artist. This is not a game about the inherent suffering that comes with creating art, or anything else creators might accidentally bring to their creations. Instead, this is a game about something much more sinister and delivered very well.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Overclockers UK Cobalt Overclocked Gaming PC Review
Intel’s Core i5 used to be the bare minimum for a gaming PC. If you went below to a Core i3, Pentium or Celeron, you would be restricting your system to just two physical cores. With the launch of Coffee Lake, however, the Core i3 now offers four physical cores (but no Hyper-Threading), making it similar to earlier Core i5s – only cheaper. Our first look at the new Core i3 as a gaming contender comes from Overclockers UK in its Cobalt Overclocked Gaming PC.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Rantopad MXX Mechanical Keyboard Review
Peripherals maker Rantopad is not exactly a household name, but its MXX line of mechanical keyboards clocks in at a reasonable price while still sporting a solid feature set. For $45 for Gateron switches to $100-110 for Cherry switches, you get full LED backlighting, a removable cable, and an aluminum bottom plate.

The Rantopad MXX has a distinctive design that stands out just enough to be interesting, but not so much that it'd be an eyesore in your office. At the same time, it offers a consistent typing experience with a standard, compact keycap layout. However, the floating key design means every little rattle or click will be audible, and it lacks some advanced features people might want.


Read full article @ Toms Hardware

Samsung Galaxy S9 Camera Features Explained
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+ boast improved cameras with a bunch of new features. In this article, we will explain to you the new Galaxy S9 camera features, and share with you a live demonstration video and samples of the new Super Slow-mo feature!


Read full article @ Tech ARP

SilverStone MS09 m.2 SATA External SSD Enclosure Review
It could be the product you didn’t know you needed… at least, if you’re someone that has a spare m.2 SATA SSD laying around. SilverStone Technology has something you might be interested in: a way to turn that old m.2 SATA drive into a function USB drive! That fact that this product even exists surprised me, but there you go. Today Benchmark Reviews looks at the SilverStone MS09 m.2 SATA External SSD Enclosure.


Read full article @ Benchmark Reviews




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