Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: Hyte Y70 Touch chassis review
CPUs: Intel Core i7-14700K processor review, Intel Core i9-14900K Raptor Lake Tested at Power Limits Down to 35 W
Gaming: Alan Wake 2 Graphics Settings Performance Tested and Compared, Cooler Master Caliber R3 Gaming Chair Review, EA Sports UFC 5 Review – A Thin Bloody Veneer
Memory: Patriot Viper Elite 5 RGB DDR5-6000 48GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review
Storage: GIGABYTE Aorus 12000 Gen5 SSD Review, Team Group Z540 2 TB Review
Other: Pimoroni PicoVision Review: Two RP2040 Chips, Retro Video
The Guru of 3D: Hyte Y70 Touch chassis review
We'll review the Hyte Y70 TOUCH, and it’s the fourth chassis from that American company covered on Guru3D. The debut was the mini-ITX Revolt 3; then, the Y60 appeared on the market. It’s time for a bigger brother of those Y-series cases that were inspired (in concept) by the Lian Li O11D.
The Guru of 3D: Intel Core i7-14700K processor review
We analyze and review the Intel 14th Gen core processor, specifically the Raptor Lake-based Core i7-14700K. This very well could be one of the more interesting processors to purchase from that new Raptor Lake refresh series, as aside from clock frequency tweaks, this CPU also receives four extra energy cores.
TechPowerUp: Intel Core i9-14900K Raptor Lake Tested at Power Limits Down to 35 W
There's no denying that Intel's Core i9-14900K is a power hog. This article examines the power, performance and thermals effects of limiting its power consumption, with very interesting results. Additionally, we investigate undervolting to determine if efficiency can be optimized even further.
The FPS Review: Alan Wake 2 Graphics Settings Performance Tested and Compared
Want to know how quality settings scale and perform in Alan Wake 2? How about Ray Tracing, Ray Reconstruction and Path Tracing? We've got, also Upscaling.
eTeknix: Cooler Master Caliber R3 Gaming Chair Review
Cooler Master has a pretty broad product range, and while they pretty much started with cases, theyve certainly not limited themselves over the years. I use pretty much exclusively Cooler Master monitors in my home and office now, and if you had asked me a few years ago, Id have never guessed.
Wccftech: EA Sports UFC 5 Review – A Thin Bloody Veneer
Does EA Sports UFC 5 represent the hard-hitting makeover the franchise has been needing? Or is it just a bloody coat of paint?
TweakTown: Patriot Viper Elite 5 RGB DDR5-6000 48GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review
Patriot's new Viper Elite 5 RGB 6000MHz DDR5 48GB is a memory kit well worth the cost for the amount of tinkering and flexibility on offer.
StorageReview: GIGABYTE Aorus 12000 Gen5 SSD Review
The AORUS 12000 Gen5 SSD arrives as an iteration over its predecessor, the AORUS 10000, featuring Micron's new 232-layer NAND.
TechPowerUp: Team Group Z540 2 TB Review
Team Group's Z540 PCI-Express Gen 5 SSD achieves incredible speeds, reaching up to 12 GB/s. Thanks to its well-designed cooling system, heat is effectively dissipated. Unlike competing Gen 5 SSDs that run their coolers at constant maximum speed, the Z540 lets you adjust fan speed through your motherboard BIOS.