Reviews 51939 Published by

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Antec Cube Designed By Razer Mini-ITX Case Review
ASUS ROG Zephyrus review: Gaming laptops will never be the same again
Best wireless headphones of 2017
Dell S2718D HDR Monitor Review
EKWB Water Cooling Kit EK-KIT L360 R2.0 Overview
Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080 11Gbps Graphics Card Review
GPU Charts 2017 - NVIDIA GeForce Titan Xp 12GB
Intel Core i9-7960X benchmarks: 16C/32T Skylake-X CPU
Intel Gaming PC - July 2017
Intel's principal engineer quits for new adventures
Intels new Core i7-8700K CPU detailed, 6C/12T 4.3GHz
LG X power 2 Smartphone Review
The Most Awkward Moments in Tech



Antec Cube Designed By Razer Mini-ITX Case Review

If you happen to be a serious Razer fan or if you just like black and green as a color combination then the Cube Designed By Razer mini-ITX case is right up your alley.

Read full article @ NikKTech

ASUS ROG Zephyrus review: Gaming laptops will never be the same again

The ASUS ROG Zephyrus is an entirely new breed of gaming notebook. It packs in the most powerful laptop graphics hardware on the market, NVIDIA's GTX 1080, in a frame that's almost half the size of similar machines.

Read full article @ Engadget

Best wireless headphones of 2017

Cut the cord with our guide to the best-sounding wireless headphones of 2017. If you're tired of having to awkwardly wrestle with a headphone cable whenever you take your phone our of your pocket then a pair of wireless headphones might be exactly what you need.

Whereas previously they were beset with poor battery life and ever poorer sound quality, modern wireless headphones do a good job at matching the sound quality of their wired counterparts.

Read full article @ TechRadar

Dell S2718D HDR Monitor Review

Today, we’re looking at our first HDR monitor – Dell’s S2718D. It’s a 27-inch IPS panel with QHD resolution, HDR10 support, thin bezel and an all-metal stand.

Read full article @ Toms Hardware

EKWB Water Cooling Kit EK-KIT L360 R2.0 Overview

EKWB has been in watercooling since its meager beginnings in 1999. Every package, every kit, every block advancing the genre of watercooling. As the critical mass for watercooling began to grow, and the knowledge barrier for putting these kits into your system began to fall, companies have been putting together pre-compiled kits of components to make it easier.

Read full article @ Modders-Inc

Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080 11Gbps Graphics Card Review

Today we'll be taking a look at the latest graphics card from Gigabyte Aorus. Their new GeForce GTX 1080 comes equipped with the updated and faster 11 Gbps GDDR5X memory. This means it should run a bit faster than the standard GTX 1080. Hopefully, that faster memory will help ensure the GTX 1080 can deliver better performance in resolutions above 1920 x 1080. Of course, it does cost a little more than the standard model. However, the Aorus range of cards is currently some of the most affordable 10-series graphics cards on the market!

Read full article @ eTeknix

GPU Charts 2017 - NVIDIA GeForce Titan Xp 12GB

Our GPU charts contain benchmark results of recent graphics cards. We've tested each card with at 1080p, 1440p and 2160p. Apart from that we also show live price tags for all models, temperatures, noise levels and power consumption.

Read full article @ ocaholic

Intel Core i9-7960X benchmarks: 16C/32T Skylake-X CPU

Intel is preparing their new Core i9 range of processors, and while the flagship Core i9-7980XE gets all of the attention, there will be a 16C/32T chip at $1699, the Core i9-7960X. Now there's some results of the upcoming Core i9-7960X on Geekbench, but the new 16C/32T processor isn't shaping up so well, scoring 5238 in single-core results, while hitting 33,672 in multi-core. Comparing this against Intel's current Core i9-7900X (10C/20T) which has less cores and threads, the single-core performance is superior at 5390, and so is the multi-core score at 33,945.

Read full article @ TweakTown

Intel Gaming PC - July 2017

This computer system is specifically geared towards gaming at WQHD resolution. That means a PC with a high-end graphics card and a processor that is fast enough to support the GPU, but also a fast monitor to display the rendered frames in the best way.

Because there is much discussion about whether an AMD or an Intel processor should be inside a gaming rig, we split up our system advices. You're now reading the Intel-based advice, the AMD version can be found in a different article.

Read full article @ Hardware.Info

Intel's principal engineer quits for new adventures

Francois Piednoel had been with Intel since 1997 and worked on many processors. Over the weekend Intel's principal Engineer publically announced that he was leaving the company. Francois Piednoel had been with Intel since 1997 and worked on a wide range of processor designs including Katmai, Conroe, Penryn, and Nehalem, plus SoCs from SandyBridge to Skylake, KabyLake, Skylake-X and Atom products. Furthermore Piednoel was heavily involved in the significant shift from Pentium 4 to Core microarchitecture.

Read full article @ Hexus

Intels new Core i7-8700K CPU detailed, 6C/12T 4.3GHz

Intel is preparing its new Core i7-8700K to fight off the largest CPU fight against AMD in years, with new details on the Coffee Lake-based 6C/12T processor arriving through a new purported engineering sample.

Read full article @ TweakTown

LG X power 2 Smartphone Review

If battery life is your main concern in a smartphone, then the LG X power 2 should be considered.

Read full article @ APH Networks

The Most Awkward Moments in Tech

Technology may shape the world we live in today, but there are many tech lovers who still consider themselves a bit awkward. But it isn't just the fans that can be bit "socially uneasy" - plenty of moments within the industry have made us cringe over the years. Here are some of the most toe-curling.



Read full article @ TechSpot