Gigabyte Z390 Designare Review and more
Posted on: 04/13/2019 10:23 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega Motherboard Review
ASUS ROG Ryujin 240 Review
ASUS TUF Gaming K7 Optical-Mech IP56 Gaming Keyboard Review
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT DDR4-3200 Desktop Memory Review
Dangerous Driving Review
Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6GB Graphics Card Review
GIGABYTE Z390 Aorus Pro WIFI Motherboard Review
Gigabyte Z390 Designare Review
Razer Blade 15 Review
Razer Goliathus Control & Speed Review
Razer Nari Wireless Gaming Headset Review
Soliom S60 Solar Outdoor Security Camera Review
Vortexgear Pok3r RGB Review

ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega Motherboard Review
Today we take a look at ASUS's new Flagship for the Intel X299 chipset, the Rampage VI Extreme Omega. You might have seen our review of the Rampage VI Extreme before, and we really liked the motherboard, where we awarded it the Editor's Choice Award, something we do not give out lightly. Let us see if this new variant can match it! The Rampage VI Extreme Omega offers Intel NIC, a 10Gbit NIC, Wireless AC, USB 3.1, USB 3.0, and SATA6Gb/s.


Read full article @ TweakTown

ASUS ROG Ryujin 240 Review
The ROG Ryujin 240 CPU cooler is the item on our testbench today. The Ryujin 240 comes equipped with, you guessed it, a 240mm cooling radiator, but the device is also available with a 360mm radiator if the extra heat capacity is required.


Read full article @ Vortez

ASUS TUF Gaming K7 Optical-Mech IP56 Gaming Keyboard Review
ASUS TUF Gaming K7 We get a lot of impressive mechanical keyboards through the eTeknix office. However, short of a few macro buttons and some slightly different RGB, theyre all pretty much the same. Take the ASUS RoG STRIX Scope RGB we reviewed last week, its phenomenal, but its not exactly innovative either.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT DDR4-3200 Desktop Memory Review
Shoppers of desktop memory are probably very familiar with Crucial, a brand that has been in business since 1996 and became synonymous with their online Memory Advisor tool (originally the Crucial Memory Selector when that was introduced back in 1998). Beyond offering compatible memory adhering to JEDEC standards for home and business machines Crucial has embraced the enthusiast segment, and since 2004 the Ballistix brand has been a competitor in this space.

Today we’re taking a look at new Ballistix memory in the form of a dual-channel DDR4 desktop kit that offers 3200 MT/s speeds out of the box via XMP 2.0, and has the potential to overclock further. Crucial sent along both 16GB and 32GB kits, and we are focusing on the 16GB kit in this review.


Read full article @ PC Perspective

Dangerous Driving Review
The Burnout formula is a simple one – crazy speed, big crashes, and, well, that’s really it. You’d think such a straightforward, yet well-loved series would be easy to keep running, but EA seems to have no interest in doing more Burnout games and, surprisingly, few have stepped up to fill that arcade racing niche.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6GB Graphics Card Review
Featuring a factory overclock while being cooled by GIGABYTE’s trademark Windforce heat-pipe cooler, the Gaming OC is a successful entry into the market for gamers craving the Turing technology (sans the RTX capabilities with regards to Ray Tracing) at an affordable price.

While there are plenty of 1660 Ti offerings available right now, we will show you why you should consider the GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6GB from GIGABYTE.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

GIGABYTE Z390 Aorus Pro WIFI Motherboard Review
On Intels desktop Z390 chipset, there are around 7 different ATX sized motherboards to choose from in the $180-200 price bracket. This not only puts pressure on manufacturers to deliver a high blend of premium features for a better price than the competition and use unique visuals like a peacock’s plume to entice users. GIGABYTEs Z390 Aorus Pro WIFI is one with its $195 price tag. The Aorus brand is aimed squarely at gamers and the Z390 Aorus Pro WIFI looks to stake GIGABYTEs claim in a highly contested segment with a premium feature set at an affordable price.


Read full article @ Anandtech

Gigabyte Z390 Designare Review
Today we are going to take a look at Gigabyte’s Z390 Designare motherboard, one of the company's more recent Socket 1151-based boards for Intel's 8th and 9th Generation Coffee Lake-based processors. This board has a lean and mean look about it, even menacing in a way, with its mostly black aesthetic with silver highlights scattered about. Its VRM heatsink even carries a yin-yang motif, with the black sink at the top and silver to the left of the CPU socket...


Read full article @ HotHardware

Razer Blade 15 Review
A formidable GeForce RTX laptop. Gaming laptops have been boosted by the arrival of Nvidia's mobile GeForce RTX GPUs, and all the usual suspects are scurrying to get new or refreshed models on to store shelves at the nearest opportunity. We've already seen efforts from the likes of Aorus, Gigabyte and PC Specialist, with mixed results, it must be said, and today we turn our attention to the venerable Razer Blade 15.

This is a refresh we've been intrigued to test, not only because of the popularity of the Razer brand, but more so because last year's model left plenty of room for improvement. While the 2018 variant was ultimately sleek and powerful, it had a tendency to run hot and bothered, making the user experience somewhat uncomfortable. Can Razer iron out those wrinkles this time around?


Read full article @ Hexus

Razer Goliathus Control & Speed Review
Control or Speed? That's the question. Razer delivers both with a single product group: the well-renown Goliathus, which is available in two surface types, four print designs, and four different sizes. It also comes with a unique rubber backing and stitched edges for maximum durability.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Razer Nari Wireless Gaming Headset Review
An ultra comfortable design, wireless connectivity and in-game chat volume balance all for £150.00.


Read full article @ KitGuru

Soliom S60 Solar Outdoor Security Camera Review
Our verdict of the Soliom S60 Solar Wireless Security Camera :The Soliom S60 is an affordable security camera with IR night vision for that is easy to mount and access wirelessly, let down only by a slightly clunky app. If you're doing home security on a budget, this is a good place to start.710Looking for an affordable solution to keep your property secure under an always-on watchful eye, but dont want to drill through walls for network and power cabling? One solution is an outdoor security camera with wireless capability and solar power.


Read full article @ MakeUseOf

Vortexgear Pok3r RGB Review
Thanks to e-sports stars like Tfue, small keyboards are on the rise like never before. Today, we're looking at one of the most beloved 60% keyboards in the enthusiast community with the Vortex Pok3r RGB. If you've enjoyed TKL keyboards or wondered what they hype was about with these small 60-percents, we have the answer and are ready to let you know whether the Pok3r RGB should be the next keyboard on your wishlist.


Read full article @ MMORPG




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