Gaming CPU: AMD FX 8370 (w/ Wraith) vs Intel Core i5-6400 and more
Posted on: 02/15/2016 05:30 AM

Here a roundup of the latest reviews and articles:

1byone Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Review
Arc Charger Xbox One Wireless Controller Charger Review
CRYORIG A80 Hybrid Liquid Cooling System Review
Review: MSI GS40 6QE Phantom 14″ Gaming Laptop
Thrustmaster Y-280CPX Gaming Headset Review
£150 Gaming CPU: AMD FX 8370 (w/ Wraith) vs Intel Core i5-6400

1byone Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Review
Tablets are great, I love them but I don’t really care for the on-screen keyboard at all so I need a physical keyboard if I want to type a lot of stuff. Up for review today 1byOne has sent over their Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard and my first impression of this was a good one as it’s made of metal making it sturdy and just well made overall. I tested it with my Android and Windows 10 tablets and had no issues at all, in fact it paired the first time with both systems. Like any small or portable keyboard though, you will need time to get accustomed to using it but for me it’s better than the on-screen keyboard for sure. Read on to learn more…


Read full article @ Technogog

Arc Charger Xbox One Wireless Controller Charger Review
Up for review today I’ve got an accessory for the Xbox One, or actually for the controllers for the Xbox One called the Arc Charger which is what it sounds like a charger for your controllers. There’s really not much to say about it, it charges the controllers and it works fine overall. Read on to learn more…


Read full article @ Technogog

CRYORIG A80 Hybrid Liquid Cooling System Review
The latest A80 Hybrid Liquid Cooling System by CRYORIG may not bring something new and groundbreaking on the table but it's certainly an excellent example of how a manufacturer can further improve a product by utilizing what's already available.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Review: MSI GS40 6QE Phantom 14″ Gaming Laptop
With the introduction of more power efficient CPUs and GPUs along with the introduction of more flexible storage form factors such as M.2, the once massive gaming laptop is now significantly smaller. Over the past couple years, MSI has been among the pioneers of the new trend of ever shrinking gaming laptops, introducing an array of portable systems including the GS70, GS60, GS30 and now the GS40...


Read full article @ Custom PC Review

Thrustmaster Y-280CPX Gaming Headset Review
As you could already see in some tests here at OCinside, Thrustmaster has a very lucky hand when it comes to gaming peripherals of all kinds. The T500RS racing wheel or the specialized Hotas Warthog, everything has a high value and convinced us. Today, Thrustmaster sends something to us, many users do not have on their radar. The parent company Guillemot produced under the brand name Hercules already for many years DJ or PC audio technology. And so we want to present you the Thrustmaster 280CPX. Shooting star or just poor dog? We will find out on OCinside.de.


Read full article @ OcInside

£150 Gaming CPU: AMD FX 8370 (w/ Wraith) vs Intel Core i5-6400
There is little doubt that the two components most integral to a gaming system are its GPU and CPU. In an ideal world, everybody would be able to opt for the fastest of both and worry not about having to optimise game settings in search of smooth frame rates. But in reality, striking a balance between GPU and CPU performance can be a tricky task, especially when the pair draw from the same cash pool.

It is no secret that Intel’s latest Core i7 processors generally rule the roost when it comes to gaming performance on the CPU side. But they also demand a significant price premium over the lower-performance Intel and AMD chips that are commonly referred to as ‘good enough’ for gaming requirements. It may be smarter to invest that £100+ section of budget into a faster graphics card rather than a flagship, Core i7-level CPU. And that’s where today’s ~£150 processors hit the limelight.


Read full article @ KitGuru




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