Creative Sound BlasterX Siege M04 Review and more
Posted on: 02/28/2017 10:40 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Acer Chromebook 11 N7 (C731) - Excellent for High School or College
Biostar Racing Z270GT4
Creative Sound BlasterX Siege M04 Review
Find Your Motherboard Brand and Model
GTX 1080 Founders Edition SLI Testing
Guru3D Rig of the Month - February 2017
HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Intel cuts prices to see off Ryzen competition
Logic Supply ML100G-50 Fanless Skylake vPro Industrial NUC Review
Patriot LX Series micro SDXC Class 10 256 GB Flash Memory Review
Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless hands-on
TerraMaster F2-220 Small Business/Home Cloud Storage NAS Server Review

Acer Chromebook 11 N7 (C731) - Excellent for High School or College
The Acer Chromebook C731 provides an inexpensive yet sturdy option targeted at the education market.


Read full article @ DailyTech

Biostar Racing Z270GT4
Everyone likes saving a buck or two on their technology purchases, and Biostar is all about providing you with those options. For all you mATX lovers on a budget who want a bit more for features, but not a bigger price, Biostar's Gaming Z170GT4 just might be exactly what you are looking for.


Read full article @ techPowerUp

Creative Sound BlasterX Siege M04 Review
The Creative Sound BlasterX team designed and built the Siege M04 from the ground up after spending many years researching the habits of gamers from all over the world. Internally, the Siege M04 has at its core the renowned PWM 3360 sensor which is supported by a fast 32bit MCU. It features an ergonomically designed shape suitable for palm grips, on-board memory, 7 programmable buttons including a sniper button/dpi toggle, and a fingerprint resistant surface with textured rubber grips at the sides. As it is 2017, this premium mouse also features Creative's Aurora Reactive (as seen on the Creative Sound BlasterX Katana) lighting that has 6 different lighting effects, and a total of 7 points where the RGB LED lighting can be customised.


Read full article @ Vortez

Find Your Motherboard Brand and Model
There are many reasons why you might need to find your motherboard's brand and model number. Looking to update drivers or the BIOS is most common, but you may also want to check compatibility, discover specs, or look for a replacement. And with OEM PCs and laptops, it's not always as straightforward as checking the box of your motherboard's box.


Read full article @ TechSpot

GTX 1080 Founders Edition SLI Testing
Well while I have the Crush project build apart I painted the two GTX 1080’s and after that, I had a little extra time. To fill that time I went ahead and put the two cards on our testbench and ran them through our standard test suite to see how they perform. I put all of the results together and today I’m tossing the up for anyone who wants to see how the 1080’s compare in SLI to a single GTX 1080, two RX 480’s, or two GTX 1070’s. As always with our SLI/Crossfire articles, it is mostly just the results with very little content beyond that, so you can use the information to form your own opinions.


Read full article @ LanOC Reviews

Guru3D Rig of the Month - February 2017
The February edition of the Guru3D Rig of the Month 2017 is here. Our old buddy Mathieu is back with his latest build. At a design pace of two each year this one we should probably call the woody ? Guys, meet Naturalys.


Read full article @ Guru3D

HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Over the last couple of years the gaming division of Kingston; HyperX has been working hard to bust into the peripherals market. Their products started off with mouse pads and headsets.  In September 2016, the HyperX Alloy FPS was released. The HyperX Allow FPS features a compact, minimalist design to maximize desk space and portability.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Intel cuts prices to see off Ryzen competition
Yep it really is going to be competitionThere are signs that Intel is scared of AMDs new Ryzen and is slashing prices on its chips in a bid to take it on a bit.


Read full article @ Fudzilla

Logic Supply ML100G-50 Fanless Skylake vPro Industrial NUC Review
Passively cooled computing systems carry many advantages. Most of these turn out to be very important for industrial and embedded applications. The low power nature of the NUCs make them the ideal candidate for passive industrial computing platforms. We have already reviewed a number of industrial PCs before. Today, we have an off-the-shelf passively cooled Skylake vPro PC in for review from Logic Supply. Read on for our thoughts on this unique industrial PC.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Patriot LX Series micro SDXC Class 10 256 GB Flash Memory Review
Much like Mary Poppins bag of wonders, Patriot too has a method of fitting a substantial amount of goodness in a small space with the release of their 256GB LX Series SDXC class 10 memory card. Featuring an impressive 256GB of storage and boasting this as an “ultra high speed” card for QHD video production and high resolution photos.


Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless hands-on
How does the network and overall performance of the latest Raspberry Pi computer measure up? We put the latest Raspberry Pi board through its paces.


Read full article @ TechRepublic

TerraMaster F2-220 Small Business/Home Cloud Storage NAS Server Review
Performance, low power consumption, easy to navigate operating system and a very good price tag are the things TerraMaster has brought to the table with their latest F2-220 Small Business/Home Cloud Storage NAS Server.


Read full article @ NikKTech




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