Nokia 9 PureView with five Zeiss camera array launched and more
Posted on: 02/25/2019 12:44 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

ASRock B365 Phantom Gaming 4 Motherboard Review
Deepcool GamerStorm Captain 240 PRO Addressable-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review
EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Xc Ultra Gaming 1080p and 1440p Gaming Performance Review
Microsoft HoloLens 2 boosts resolution and field of view
Nokia 9 PureView with five Zeiss camera array launched
Samsung 983 ZET Z-NAND SSD Review
Silverstone AP142-ARGB and AP124-ARGB Cooling Fan Review
Trials Rising Review
Xanova JUTURNA-U Gaming Headset Review

ASRock B365 Phantom Gaming 4 Motherboard Review
Today, well be taking a quick look at theASRock B365 Phantom Gaming 4 Motherboard, which utilizes Intels latest B365 chipset and features dual M.2 slots for SSDs that come with fancy heat speaders.


Read full article @ FunkyKit

Deepcool GamerStorm Captain 240 PRO Addressable-RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review
Founded in 1996, Deepcool has been one of the most personalized thermal solution providers in the world. Especially when it comes to CPU Coolers, the Deepcool has proved its competency and design innovation by providing all-in-one CPU Liquid coolers with standout designs. We recently reviewed Deepcool’s Gammaxx L240 RGB cooler, which is one fantastic looking product in the market. Then there is a Castle series that has been popular for breathtaking distinguished designed. Recently, Deepcool has released the most anticipating, Captain series All-in-One liquid cooler, so-called Captain 240 PRO.

Today, I am taking a look at the Deepcool GamerStorm Captain 240 PRO All-in-One CPU Liquid Cooler. The cooler offers three-way process includes Radiator, Tubing and CPU Block. The radiator dimension is 290×120×27 mm, which can easily handle 2x 120mm fans and for the said purpose, it came with a couple of 120mm fans. The Aluminum Radiator is black and 290 mm long. The tubes are black with braided sleeved, is 300mm long. The pump on top of block runs at a rated speed 2200 RPM, while the base is copper. The whole product is weight at 1478 g. With the Addressable RGB feature, the cooler offers the brightest colors having distinguished RGB patterns on every nod. This cooler is pricing at $139.99 on Amazon and available worldwide. Let’s move on to the specs:


Read full article @ PakGamers

EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Xc Ultra Gaming 1080p and 1440p Gaming Performance Review
The second GeForce release to come out in 2019 becomes the GTX 1660 Ti, a Turing-based card that’s just a bit different from the others (as its GTX moniker implies). Gone are the Tensor and RT cores, but retained are the other performance perks that came along with Turing, leading to some surprising performance in select games and benchmarks.

NVIDIA dropped RTX features off of the GTX 1660 Ti for the simple fact that the card is not powerful enough to take proper advantage of those features. We were a bit surprised when the 2060 came out with RTX features, but it ultimately delivered enough performance to justify them.


Read full article @ Techgage

Microsoft HoloLens 2 boosts resolution and field of view
And the Azure Kinect professional depth sensing camera is launched for $399..


Read full article @ Hexus

Nokia 9 PureView with five Zeiss camera array launched
Phone uses the recently combined Sony/Light camera technology. Pre-orderable for £549.


Read full article @ Hexus

Samsung 983 ZET Z-NAND SSD Review
Samsung's Z-NAND SSDs emerged in the channel under the 983 ZET name. The new series sports lower specifications than the SZ985 SSDs that shipped directly to data center customers a year prior.


Read full article @ TweakTown

Silverstone AP142-ARGB and AP124-ARGB Cooling Fan Review
The SilverStone AP142-ARGB and AP124-ARGB are two fans set apart by their addressable RGB features and excellent build quality.


Read full article @ APH Networks

Trials Rising Review
It feels like the Trials franchise has been coasting for a while. Trials HD made a big splash on Xbox Live Arcade back in 2009, selling millions of copies and helping usher in a new era of indie success on consoles. Of course, Trials creators RedLynx didn’t say independent for long.


Read full article @ Wccftech

Xanova JUTURNA-U Gaming Headset Review
The JUTURNA-U 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Headset by Xanova may not be able to impress demanding audiophiles but thanks to its clear mids and highs, three available bass levels, accurate positioning audio and high comfort levels it's a very good choice for gamers of all ages.


Read full article @ NikKTech




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