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Asus Zenbook 3

Today we take a look at the Asus Zenbook 3 laptop that boasts a 12.5″ 1080p resolution screen. Inside is 16GB RAM running at 2133MHz, along with a 7500U CPU Dual core processor and on-board Integrated Graphics from intel. Many will like the lightweight feel factor and back lit keyboard – but how does it handle?  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:39:58 UTC in ASUS by Wesslan



ASUS Designo Curve MX34VQ 34in Curved Monitor

The future of screens appears to be curved. We’re seeing quite a lot of new products that eschew the straight and narrow now, particularly when combined with an aspect wider than 16:9. The latest to arrive on the KitGuru review desk is the ASUS Designo Curve MX34VQ. This is a very attractively styled 34in screen, with a 21:9 aspect, and 3,440 x 1,440 resolution. The resolution and size makes the MX34VQ quite similar in specification to the Samsung CF791. However, although both use VA panel technology and offer a 100Hz refresh, the ASUS unit is much more mildly curved, with 1800R rather than the Samsung’s much more pronounced 1500R, so this won’t be exactly the same panel underneath. There’s also no FreeSync or G-Sync included.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:28:50 UTC in ASUS by Wesslan



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AMD Ryzen 5 1400 & 1600 Review

" AMD have had a rather mixed, but successful review with the release of Ryzen 7; the synopsis being '95% of the performance at 50% of the price'. Though without backlash from a gaming community that expected 'more'. This likely stemmed from the fact that Ryzen 7 is an enthusiast/prosumer chip aimed for high-end creation and workflow, while gaming is still rather reliant on fast quad-core CPUs. Ryzen 5 follows in the footsteps of Ryzen 7, offering a range of 4core/8thread and 6core/12thread parts that promises to give the mainstream consumers, content creators and gamers excellent performance and highly competitive prices. Today we are looking at the Ryzen 5 line up from the bottom up, the cheapest available CPU is the 1400, which is a 4c/8t CPU clocked at 3.2GHz with a turbo to 3.4GHz, as well as the Ryzen 1600 which is a similarly clocked 6c/12t CPU with a turbo to 3.6GHz.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:25:46 UTC in AMD by Wesslan



PowerColor Red Devil Golden Sample RX 580 Review

Producing graphics cards since 1997, PowerColor has always been actively involved in bringing two ingredients to the table – innovation and creativity. The DEVIL series in particular has been representative of the very best the company offers, fusing together both performance and efficiency. Today we have in our hands the devilish delights of the all-new Red Devil Golden Sample RX 580. The Golden Sample goes beyond what the standard Red Devil is capable of, by offering an improved cooler and higher clock speeds. Unlike previous generations of the Devil series, this RX 580 variant opts for a double-fan configuration rather than the usual triple-fan – but instead we get two, larger 100mm dual ball bearing fans which promise to deliver on performance and low-noise.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:23:07 UTC in PowerColor by Wesslan



MSI TOMAHAWK B350 Review

MSI have carved out a following for their gaming orientated products and the TOMAHAWK B350 falls in place as part of the 'Arsenal Gaming' line, (as expected from a product named TOMAHAWK). Making use of AMD's B350 chipset, as opposed to the flagship X370, this motherboard is more for gamers and mainstream users looking to create a system that doesn't quite need the additional extras found on the enthusiast platform. Ultimately what this means to the end user is that there are fewer Storage and USB options available. However, aside from the fancy plastic dresses that are now commonly found on high-end motherboards, the TOMAHAWK B350 still features new technologies and high grade components to fully utilise the latest AMD Ryzen CPUs. It includes an array of USB 3.1 Gen 1, including a Type C at the rear. The main 16x PCIe slot features a reinforced 'Steel Armour' housing, heavy duty heatsinks for effective cooling, and other electrical protective measures falling under the ever evolving 'Military Class 4' and 'Guard-Pro' collection of technologies.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:16:35 UTC in MSI by Wesslan



GIGABYTE AORUS AX370-Gaming 5 Motherboard Review

It's been a long time since we've had a serious AMD processor compatible motherboard on the bench to deal with. Sure, I've reviewed the occasional one-off APU oriented motherboard here and there but it's been years since we looked at anything that was supposed to be a serious offering for the computing enthusiast from the AMD camp. There are essentially two reasons for that. The first is that AMD's Bulldozer CPU and its variants had nothing to offer beyond bottom-of-the-barrel pricing. You had lower IPC, more power consumption, higher temperatures, and no overclocking headroom to speak of. Even the diehard AMD fans had a hard time justifying giving AMD their cold hard cash. The second issue has to do with the motherboard manufacturers not putting too much effort into a platform not many enthusiasts wanted to use.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:13:16 UTC in AORUS by Wesslan



NZXT Kraken X52 All-In-One CPU Liquid Cooler Review

We recently reviewed the refreshed AIO cooler from NZXT, the Kraken X42 and found it performed very well depending on your noise tolerance. Today we review another refreshed All-In-One from NZXT, the Kraken X52 (Model number RL-KRX52-01). The Kraken X52 is a dual length radiator that uses two 120mm fans and software profiles to cool your CPU. It has the same feature upgrades as the X42 but we can’t call it an "upgrade" since there was no X51 before it. That’s right, the X52 is a new addition the NZXT lineup. It is placed squarely between the X42 and the X62 and is designed for enthusiasts who want to overclock their CPU to the limits but may not have the space for a larger 280mm radiator. There was plenty to like about the X42 we just reviewed. Let’s see if the Kraken X52 can continue this trend.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:09:46 UTC in NZXT by Wesslan



ECS LIVA Z Plus Review

Ultra-compact form factor (UCFF) PCs for business deployments have become popular in the recent past. Compared to traditional UCFF PCs, these business use-cases require ease of management and administration by IT staff. Intel supplies a set of features under the vPro tag for this purpose. This is enabled on select CPU SKUs. OEMs also have limited options for certain components such as the LAN controller. ECS launched the LIVA Z Plus earlier this year, and it was one of the first Kaby Lake UCFF PCs to come with a vPro SKU.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 16:00:59 UTC in ECS by Wesslan



MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming X Plus

With the spotlight focussed firmly on Nvidia's high-and-mighty GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, it was easy to overlook the fact that multiple other GeForce GPUs have been introduced in recent months. Augmenting Nvidia's assault on all things Radeon, the GTX 1080 Ti was joined by 'OC' variants of the GTX 1080 and GTX 1060. Both are armed with faster GDDR5X memory from Micron, and though said GPUs risk slipping below the radar now that a new Titan is out in the wild, GTX 1080 OC partner cards are belatedly beginning to filter into the channel. MSI is one of the first out of the gate with its GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming X Plus. The Plus, as you might have gathered, is a nod toward the faster memory, and that really is the only meaningful change. This is, for all intents and purposes, last year's Gaming X imbued with 8GB of GDDR5X 11Gbps memory, and that's no bad thing as the original card was rather good.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 15:53:19 UTC in MSI by Wesslan



MSI Cubi 2 Review

Remember the Intel NUC? Heralded as the 'Next Unit of Computing,' the ultra-small form factor was designed to revolutionise the traditional PC with a footprint and performance level that appealed to the masses. Fast forward half-a-decade and the NUC hasn't really taken off, with price serving as the most obvious obstacle. The majority of NUC-like machines are today sold as barebone solutions, so when you add the memory, storage and operating system, cost tends to exceed that of a modern laptop. Can a fully-equipped model breathe new life into the flagging form factor? MSI reckons so, and is hoping to score a hit with its latest-generation mini-PC, the Cubi 2. Priced at £450 and designed to work right out of the box with no additional hardware, this itty-bitty machine requires no configuration and seems ideal for anyone needing a quick and easy replacement for a traditional tower.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 15:49:53 UTC in MSI by Wesslan




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