Intel Launches Eight 10th-Gen Comet Lake Models and more
Posted on: 08/23/2019 10:11 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Bionik BT Audio Sync Review
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage Review
Deepcool GamerStorm MF120S RGB Fan Kit Review
Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro Wi-Fi Review
In Win A1 Review
Intel Core i9-9900T tested multiple times in Geekbench 4
Intel Launches Eight 10th-Gen Comet Lake Models
Lanmodo Vast 1080p Full Color Night Vision System Review
MSI Hardware Roundup - GK60, GK30, GH30 Review
Oninaki Review
Patriot Memory Viper V370 RGB 7.1 Surround Sound Headset Review
Sennheiser PC37X Gaming Headset Review
TeamGroup T-Force Vulcan 1TB SSD Review
TRENDnet USB-C 2.5Gbe Network Adapter Review

Bionik BT Audio Sync Review
Bionik has fixed one of the Nintendo Switch's biggest shortcomings when it comes to having a fully wireless handheld console. Now, without the need for wires, players can equip their Switch with up to two Bluetooth headsets at a time with the BT Audio Sync regardless of playing docked or undocked.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage Review
For a few years now Cooler Master has been in a pretty decent cycle of refreshing or reinventing their product lines. This has proven to be true for their all in one liquid coolers as much as anywhere else. After rising to the challenge of engineering their own unique pump a few years back, they’ve continued to add features every release cycle. As time has gone on the ways in which companies are able to transform and innovate with their liquid cooling products has become more limited. To a certain extent, it has become kind of an ‘it’s all been done before’, situation. Rising to that challenge is the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage. Today we’ll take a look at the ways the Mirage innovates as well as test out just what this 240mm AIO cooler has to offer for performance.


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Deepcool GamerStorm MF120S RGB Fan Kit Review
Airflow and cooling are very important in virtually any PC build these days. Of course, the masters at DeepCool GamerStorm know this and have a seriously impressive range of cooling products. However, you can have great cooling and airflow easily enough. However, the Deepcool GamerStorm MF120S fans promise to deliver impressive airflow matched with stunning aesthetics and RGB. Sure, you want to be cool, but no one said you can’t look cooooool while doing it.

Style is subjective, and even more so, boatloads of RGB is also subjective. However, if that’s what you’re after, there’s no shortage of unique RGB fans on the market. However, if first impressions are anything, the MF120S are a little more unique than most. Their Aluminium Frameless ARGB design really stands out. They come with an included RGB hub, WiFi controller via the iOS and Android app, built-in effects, and sync. On paper (or screen!) it sounds like they’ve got what it takes to compete with big names like Corsair and Lian Li in the RGB battlefield.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro Wi-Fi Review
With an impressive set of features, including front-and-rear Gen2 USB options and Wi-Fi 6, plus attractive looks, this $270 X570 board from Gigabyte is worthy of serious consideration.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

In Win A1 Review
The In Win A1 is a beautiful-looking, compact chassis, that is surprisingly easy to work with, offering an excellent balance when it comes to hardware compatibility while including some nice additional features for a potent, high-performance rig without the frustrations that usually come with an enclosure of this size.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp

Intel Core i9-9900T tested multiple times in Geekbench 4
35W TDP Core i9 processor offers base / boost clock frequencies of 2.1 / 4.4GHz. A Geekbench 4 user tested a processor identified as an Intel Core i9-9900T, multiple times on Tuesday. This processor has been spotted several times previously this year and was launched among several other T-series Core chips back on 23rd April, but has yet to become available to consumers. As PC enthusiasts will already be aware, the T-suffixed chip indicates that this part come with a reduced TDP, expected to be 35W.

When the Intel Core i9-9900T does finally become official it will be the fifth SKU based upon the Coffee Lake Refresh (CFL-R) i9-9900 chip. All these chips share the same 8C/16T, dual DDR4-266MHz Ram support, 16MB cache, and Intel UHD Graphics 630 iGPU (except the GPU-less Core i9-9900KF) but vary in clock speed ranges and TDPs.


Read full article @ Hexus

Intel Launches Eight 10th-Gen Comet Lake Models
The latest batch of 10th-gen Intel Core processors have arrived, coming to us in the form of Comet Lake, and with core/thread counts going up to 6C/12T. These chips are still built on a 14nm process, but should offer considerable performance benefits over the previous generation for their intended devices – productivity notebooks.

This is the third 10th-gen launch Intel has had in the past couple of months, so we’d understand if you’re finding yourself a little confused with the differences. Currently, a seriously alluring architecture is the 10nm Ice Lake, but those models are only available in up to 4-core SKUs for the moment. While we’re happy to see Comet Lake arrive, we’re simply dying for Ice Lake desktop counterparts to come out – but alas, we shall continue to wait, and continue to be teased by these other releases.


Read full article @ Techgage

Lanmodo Vast 1080p Full Color Night Vision System Review
The Vast 1080p Full Color Night Vision System by Lanmodo may be great at illuminating pitch dark areas but it's still a bit rough around the edges and with its improved successor on the way and for less than half the price waiting seems like the best course of action.


Read full article @ NikKTech

MSI Hardware Roundup - GK60, GK30, GH30 Review
Today we take a look at several new peripherals from MSI including:

- Vigor GK30 Keyboard and Clutch GM11 Mouse Combo
- Vigor GK60 Keyboard
- Immerse GH30 Headset

The Vigor GK60 targets enthusiasts with the more expensive Cherry MX switches, while the Vigor GK30 and Immerse GH30 are for more casual gamers who want quality features while on a budget!


Read full article @ Neoseeker

Oninaki Review
Tokyo RPG Factory still has something to prove. The studio was founded back in 2014 with the goal of recapturing Square Enix’ mid-90s magic, and, thus far, they haven’t really achieved that task. I Am Setsuna had its charms, but ultimately didn’t leave much of an impression, and Lost Sphear was a straight-up bore.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Patriot Memory Viper V370 RGB 7.1 Surround Sound Headset Review
We have tested the V370 RGB Surround with different audio material such as YouTube music clips, standalone MP3s, games and movies. At the default, non-Ultra Bass Response setting, the low frequencies are not very punchy, the accent being put more on mids and highs; if the audio material you are...


Read full article @ Mad Shrimps

Sennheiser PC37X Gaming Headset Review
Based on the legendary Sennheiser Game One and PC373 headsets, today we?re looking at the PC37X. Massdrop, now Drop.com, teamed up with Sennheiser to recreate this fan favorite with a number of modern improvements. It features the same drivers from audiophile-favorite HD598 and HD600, a comfortable design, and a premium vocal mic. For $120, competition is stiff - does it do enough to stand out?


Read full article @ MMORPG

TeamGroup T-Force Vulcan 1TB SSD Review
TeamGroup puts out a new series Vulcan SDDs. Yes, back to SATA3 (but really there's nothing wrong with that). Available in volume sized up-to 1TB we check out the new T-Force Vulcan 1TB SSD.


Read full article @ The Guru of 3D

TRENDnet USB-C 2.5Gbe Network Adapter Review
As most of you know, USB-C has added a second level of flexibility with IO on modern machines. Along with its compatibility with Thunderbolt 3 and backwards compatibility with USB 3.0, the performance and power improvements have allowed a new generation of connectivity options to emerge.


Read full article @ TweakTown




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