Asustor AS4004T NAS Review and more
Posted on: 05/15/2019 09:47 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review
1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ears Review
Asustor AS4004T NAS Review
be quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 Review
be Quiet! Dark Rock Slim 180W TDP CPU Cooler Review
be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Review
be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Review
be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Review
Best Displays For Playing Games Online
Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Review
Ducky Shine 7 Mechanical Keyboard Review
Ghost Giant (PSVR) Review
GIGABYTE Aorus 15-XA (Coffee Lake-R) Laptop Review
Noctua NH-U12A CPU Cooler Review
OnePlus 7 Pro Review
Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 700W Power Supply Unit Review

1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review
1MORE just launched an excellent pair of true wireless in-ear headphones—which not only connect wirelessly to the sound source, but also communicate between the left and right earpiece. For $100, the 1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones offer great value, both in terms of features and raw performance.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ears Review
Featuring support for Fast Charging technology, the Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones can produce 3 hours of playtime on only a 15 minute charge. On this model the charging case also doubles as a battery for the headphones, boasting a capacity of 410 mAh, a full charge on the case is allows 3 full charges of the headphones meaning that in total you get a 24 hour battery life.


Read full article @ Vortez

Asustor AS4004T NAS Review
Every month we see a greater demand for faster file sharing devices that can support higher capacities. Let’s face it, 1Gbps connectivity inside of your house is slowly dying. The next step up from 1Gbps speeds is 10Gbps. I remember a few years ago 10Gbe networking wasn’t affordable for your average household and only enterprise companies were able to afford.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 Review
Threadripper joins the Dark side: The be quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 is a quiet, impressive contender in the Threadripper cooling arms race.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

be Quiet! Dark Rock Slim 180W TDP CPU Cooler Review
Lots of people are starting to step away from Air coolers these days, myself included. With numerous All in One liquid coolers on the market, it’s hard to stay away from the performance they have to provide and let’s not forget the RGB. But Air cooling is still widely used among enthusiasts.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Review
High-quality compact cooling. be quiet! has updated its premium range of CPU coolers with a new offering dubbed the Dark Rock Slim. As the name suggests, this latest addition to the Dark Rock stable is designed to offer high-end cooling capabilities in a thinner package, making it a useful choice for those planning a small-form-factor build.

Priced at £55, the Dark Rock Slim is intended to compete with the likes of Noctua's NH-U12S, and given the increased efficiency of today's modern CPUs, a reasonably compact cooler seems a sound idea in theory. The upfront cost is lower, there's likely to be less strain on the motherboard, installation should be simpler, and if you're wanting to free-up space around the CPU socket without resorting to liquid cooling, a single, slim tower such as this is a logical choice.


Read full article @ Hexus

be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Review
be quiet!'s Dark Rock series goes on a diet with the new Dark Rock Slim. be quiet! has always been well known for its high-performance air coolers, specifically within the Dark Rock range. It is from this lineup we have become familiar with huge, dual-fan coolers like the Dark Rock Pro – designed with both high performance and low noise output in mind.

The new be quiet! Dark Rock Slim, on the other hand, offers a lot of the more premium features of the Dark Rock Pro, but in a much smaller package – and with a price tag of £49.99, a somewhat more accessible price point. Can it still offer the same experience we have come to expect from the Dark Rock family?


Read full article @ KitGuru

be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Review
A little over a year back, be quiet! Introduced both the Dark Rock 4 and Dark Rock Pro 4, both of which were received very well. However, one common complaint was their sheer size, often fouling on tall RAM modules or just that it doesn't fit into their chassis. Well, may we introduce the be quiet! Dark Rock Slim, a tower cooler which aims to resolve those issues while retaining a 180W TDP and 23.6dB(A) noise rating.


Read full article @ Vortez

Best Displays For Playing Games Online
There is no kind of gaming in the world that cannot be enhanced to be better simply by upgrading the way your visuals are displayed. If in the case of a computer game on your PC that means upgrading your graphics card.


Read full article @ Play3r

Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Review
Featuring an improved PMW3391, 18,00 DPI optical sensor, and swappable, magnetic thumb grips as well as an additional programmable button & a slight weight loss over its predecessor seems to set up the value proposition for the new Glaive RGB Pro as a good buy.


Read full article @ Vortez

Ducky Shine 7 Mechanical Keyboard Review
Ducky is one of the biggest names in the keyboard business but you may not have heard of them in the United States. They?ve been a dominant player around the world but have only recently begun making waves here as eSports pros have begun using them. Today, we have the company?s flagship board in for review, the Ducky Shine 7. It has PBT keycaps, a zinc top, and complete programmability. Is it worth $159?


Read full article @ MMORPG

Ghost Giant (PSVR) Review
Despite the cartoony designs, Ghost Giant deals with some serious themes of depression and the various ways it can manifest itself in life.


Read full article @ Wccftech

GIGABYTE Aorus 15-XA (Coffee Lake-R) Laptop Review
While we have taken a close look at many new notebooks with Intel's 9th generation 8000 series mobile processors, including those with i9 CPUs, today we take a look at an Aorus branded gaming notebook with a 9th generation 9000 series mobile CPU and an RTX 2070.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Noctua NH-U12A CPU Cooler Review
Noctua makes some of the best performing air coolers we’ve ever seen! Today we are checking out one of their latest premium offerings, the NH-U12A. The NH-U12A is a single tower cooler that features a completely redesigned heatsink with 7 heatpipes and an increased fin surface area for superior heat dissipation. The heatsink is flanked on each side by Noctua’s flagship NF-A12x25 120 mm PWM fans. Noctua tells us that this cooler can rival the performance of many 140 mm size coolers while still offering better compatibility. Is this the new air cooler you need to be looking at? Read our review to find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

OnePlus 7 Pro Review
OnePlus crushes the competition with a 90Hz display, pop-up camera, and a killer price.


Read full article @ ArsTechnica

Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 700W Power Supply Unit Review
Consumers on tight budgets looking for an power supply unit with a good price/performance ratio should really check the latest Toughpower GX1 700W model by Thermaltake out.


Read full article @ NikKTech




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