Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: GEEKOM A5 "AMD Ryzen 7 5800H" Mini PC Review
Graphics Cards: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 SUPER: News of the AD103, 16 GB and PCIe 5.1 for the new generation
Storage: Crucial X10 Pro Portable SSD Review: 20 Gbps Performance in a Budget Offering, WD Black SN770M 2 TB Review - Fast TLC Storage for the Valve Steam Deck
TweakTown: GEEKOM A5 "AMD Ryzen 7 5800H" Mini PC Review
GEEKOM's new A5, powered by AMD's Ryzen 7 5800H processor, is a low-cost option for those needing a simple Mini PC which gets the job done.
IgorsLAB: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 SUPER: News of the AD103, 16 GB and PCIe 5.1 for the new generation
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 400 SUPER GPU family is expected to be unveiled at CES 2024 in January, most reporters agree. During this event, the company will present
Anandtech: Crucial X10 Pro Portable SSD Review: 20 Gbps Performance in a Budget Offering
The portable SSD market has seen rapid growth over the last decade. Almost all of the tier-one NAND flash manufacturers have jumped in with multiple offerings, presenting consumers with a wide variety of choices for different budgets and performance requirements. Crucial (Microns consumer-facing brand) alone has introduced three new products in this category this year - the X9 Pro (1 GBps-class TLC), X10 Pro (2 GBps-class TLC), and the X9 (1 GBps-class QLC) PSSDs. Micron provided us with an opportunity to evaluate the X10 Pro across all available capacity points. Read on for a detailed analysis of the performance profile and value proposition of each X10 Pro SKU.
TechPowerUp: WD Black SN770M 2 TB Review - Fast TLC Storage for the Valve Steam Deck
Designed with the Valve Steam Deck and similar handheld devices in mind, the WD Black SN770M 2 TB SSD provides generous storage for expanding gaming libraries. Under the hood we found TLC NAND flash, which is much faster than the QLC offered by the competition.