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Intel Pentium G4500 CPU Review

The Pentium G4500 is a low-cost desktop CPU from Intel, with two cores, 3.5 GHz clock, based on the “Skylake” architecture and compatible with LGA1151 socket. Let’s check if is it a good choice for a budget PC. Basic CPUs like the Pentium G4500 are usually used in office PCs or simple home PCs, for simple tasks like text editing or web browsing, that don’t require a huge processing power. The Pentium G4500 has two cores, 3.5 GHz clock, Intel HD 530 graphics engine and, as we mentioned before, uses the LGA1151 socket. Actually, there is not much difference between Pentium and Celeron on the LGA1151 socket; they differ only on the lower clock and smaller L3 cache on the Celeron models. On the other hand, the desktop Core i3 models differ by the presence of the Hyper-Threading technology, that simulate two logical cores for each physical core. This means we can say the recent Pentium CPUs are actually Core i3 processors with the Hyper-Threading technology disabled.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 19:09:00 UTC in Intel by Wesslan



NZXT Kraken X62 CPU Cooler Review

It would appear that the All In One (AIO) liquid CPU Cooler is here to stay, with most manufacturers now offering more AIO solutions than their air based counterparts. But it’s been some time since we’ve really had to worry about CPU temperatures, with most modern CPUs peaking at around 70 degrees when under full load. So what’s next for the AIO liquid CPU Cooler? Well NZXT think they may have the answer… This is the new NZXT Kraken X62 the successor to the popular and well received X61 that we took a look at back in May 2015. The Kraken X62 features a 280mm radiator that’s 30mm thick, while at the other end we find a 2,800 RPM pump. But the new feature here that’s grabbed our attention is the RGB and infinite mirror pump head; now that does sound interesting. Included with the Kraken X62 there are two new 140mm NZXT AER P fans. The X62 also supports the following CPU Sockets: Intel Socket 1151, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2011-3 & AMD Socket FM2+, FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 19:05:59 UTC in NZXT by Wesslan



Raijintek Asterion Plus Case Review

It’s been some time since we’ve seen a product from manufacturer Raijintek and even longer since we’ve seen one of their Cases. Well that’s about to change as today we’ll be looking at one of their latest Cases the Raijintek Asterion Plus. The Asterion Plus is available in both Matte Black and Silver, today will will be looking at the black version. The Raijintek Asterion Plus is an E-ATX midi tower aluminium Case complete with two hinged acrylic side panels. The Case itself measures in at 230mm x 525mm x 470mm (W x H x D). The Case supports Motherboards up to E-ATX and is equipped with eight expansion slots. The Raijintek Asterion Plus features three pre-installed 120mm fans, support for up to three 3.5″ drives and three dedicated 2.5″ drives. The Case supports Graphics Cards up to 340mm in length, CPU Coolers up to 180mm in height and Power Supplies up to approximately 300mm in length. In addition to this there’s support for two 360mm radiators one in the front and one in the top, with both 240mm and 280mm radiators also supported.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 19:03:05 UTC in Raijintek by Wesslan



SilverStone Primera PM01 Case Review

The last product that I took a look at from SilverStone was the Strider 750W PSU back last year that went on to not only win a Gold award but also become our Test PSU of choice. Early indications of this next product, the SilverStone Primera PM01 Case suggests that this ATX Case may also be in with a chance of a top award. The SilverStone Primera PM01 is an ATX Midi Tower Case made with a steel body and a plastic exterior. The Primera PM01 is equipped with three 140mm LED fans and a single 140mm exhaust fan. In addition to this the Primera PM01 is also equipped with some rather elaborate LED lighting, red on this black version. While blue illumination is to be found on the white version of the Case. There’s support for two 240/280/360mm radiators, removable filters and a ten channel fan hub. The Case can also supports up to four 3.5″ drives or five 2.5″ drives while there is no external drive bay. There are seven expansion slots, with support for Graphics Cards up to 420mm in length, CPU Coolers up to 180mm in height and Power Supplies up to 240mm long. The Case itself measures in at 220mm (W) x 571mm (H) x 560mm (D), 70.3 Liters.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:59:34 UTC in SilverStone by Wesslan



ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L CPU Cooler Review

As we’ve said before it’s always nice when a new manufacturer approaches us here at pcGameware. This allows us to approach a review without any preconceived ideas and that’s always a good thing. This time around it’s CPU Cooling specialist ID-Cooling, although to be fair they now make far more than just CPU Coolers. The first product that we here at pcG will take a look at is the ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L. The ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L features a 240mm radiator that’s 27mm thick, while at the other end we find a 2,100RPM pump. The unit comes complete with two 120mm fans that are controlled via your Motherboard’s PWM circuitry. In addition to this the FrostFlow 240L features LED lighting aboard the pump head and the lighting is a available in three colours (Blue, Red & White); we will be looking at the Blue version. The lighting itself is quite unique and is labelled up by ID-Cooling as ‘Comet-Tail’ LED lighting. The FrostFlow 240L is compatible with both Intel (LGA2011/1366/1151/1150/1155/1156/775) and AMD (FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2) sockets.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:48:40 UTC in ID-Cooling by Wesslan



MSI GeForce GTX 1060 Aero ITX Review

We'll review the petite and tiny MSI GeForce GTX 1060 Aero ITX (6GB). Aimed at the small form factor DiY PC gamer, this somewhat budget graphics card launches at roughly 249 USD, the smallest GTX 1060 you'll have seen and the most silent we have tested of all 6GB versions. We test the 17cm long MSI GeForce GTX 1060 Aero Mini-ITX graphics card. The product does not vary much from any other 1060 other than its size.  This GeForce GTX 1060 is once again based on Pascal, fabbed on a 16 nm node with fins baby. As it turns out, the smaller 16 nm FinFET fabrication process works out really well for Nvidia. Nvidia definitely stepped it up as cooling wise we do not see the cheaper plastic designs, the 1060 will receive something similar to the 1070/1080 founder edition cooler as well. The GeForce GTX 1060 might have the GP106 GPU housed on its PCB. Where the GeForce GTX 1080 has 2,560 shader processors and the GeForce GTX 1070 has 1,920 shader processors, the GeForce GTX 1060 has 1,280 (6GB) / 1,152 (3GB) of them.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:44:08 UTC in MSI by Wesslan



Cooler Master MasterPulse Pro RGB Headset review

We review the MasterPulse Pro USB headset from Cooler Master, this gaming headset offers 7.1 channel audio with the help of two 44mm drivers. The headset is aimed at gamers who like precision audio, so that when they get sniped .. they will actually hear the bullet coming from behind them. Armed with nice looks and decent audio quality this head set can be purchased for just 89 USD/euro, and of course it has a little RGB LED bling as well. The MasterPulse Pro is a USB headset with virtualized 7.1 sound. The product definitely has good looks and a comfortable feel with intriguing audio features - this product is bound to impress. It has neodymium magnets and USB drivers, it is capable of offering 16-bit/48 KHz playback and has a frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz.   "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:39:24 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan



Creative Sound BlasterX Pro-Gaming Katana Desktop Soundbar Review

Desktop audio is something worth caring about, from being able to hear the footsteps of your enemies in multiplayer shooters, to simply rocking out to your favourite songs while working, pretty much everyone has a need for good quality sound at their desktop. Creative have long been one of the biggest names in desktop audio, with many years of experience of creating fantastic speaker setups for everything from day-to-day office use, to movie fans, to gaming. Now they’re back again with one of their proudest creations, the Sound BlasterX Katana, a multi-channel gaming soundbar and subwoofer that’s set to give you the enthusiast grade audio processing, drivers and bone-shaking power you desire.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:36:25 UTC in Creative by Wesslan



Seagate IronWolf Pro 10TB NAS HDD Review

Seagate launched the Guardian series of drives last year and we’ve already seen both the IronWolf 10TB and the SkyHawk 10TB drives perform awesome in our reviews. Today it is time to take a look at the IronWolf Pro 10TB drive which is the latest entry in this family of large-capacity storage drives. The drives that we previously tested were aimed at-home-use and now we are stepping up to the small and medium businesses with this new Pro drives. The IronWolf Pro is built to help small to midsized enterprises better manage the massive amounts of data they create and consume as the IronWolf Pro comes with an impressive workload rating of up to 300TB a year. That is a lot of data. Where the consumer drives are designed for use in systems with up to 8 drive bays, the Pro steps that up to double: 16 drive bays. That is up to 160TB raw capacity in a single NAS or server.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:26:48 UTC in Seagate by Wesslan



Gigabyte GTX 1080 Aorus Xtreme Edition 8 GB

NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080 was released last summer and impressed with incredible performance and even more incredible power efficiency. The GeForce GTX 1080 is based on NVIDIA's "Pascal" architecture. This architecture sees the streaming multiprocessors (SMs), the indivisible subunits of an NVIDIA GPU, get even more dedicated components, which increases their performance. NVIDIA claims to have "meticulously" designed the GPU architecture to be as energy efficient as possible given the silicon fab node and is leveraging the 16 nm FinFET node at TSMC for "Pascal." The GTX 1080 features more CUDA cores than its predecessor – 2560 vs. 2048. It features even more TMUs (160 vs. 128) and, at 8 GB, double the memory. Memory technology sees a major update with NVIDIA's adoption of the GDDR5X memory standard. The memory is clocked at a staggering 10 GHz effective, which gives the GPU 320 GB/s of memory bandwidth over a 256-bit wide memory interface.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:22:03 UTC in Gigabyte by Wesslan




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