Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Bob Buskirk

Bob Buskirk
7132 posts
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
Hardware News

ADATA Launches UE700 Pro USB Flash Drive

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today launched the UE700 Pro USB flash drive. Featuring read/write speeds of up to 360/180MB/s[1]and up to 256GB of storage capacity, the drive offers users fast data transmissions and plenty of space for high-resolution movies, videos, and other data. What's more, it sports an ultra-thin 7mm form factor and a brushed aluminum surface that's highly portable and stylish.

Arctic Z2-3D Dual Monitor Arm

Arctic Z2-3D Dual Monitor Arm Review

When you make the jump from a single monitor to dual monitors you'll notice that a lot of real estate on your desk is taken up by these monitors and their stands. Also many monitor stands are junk and do not offer much in terms or adjusting viewing angles of your monitor. That is where a monitor arm comes in, it removes the stand giving you back that room on your desk and offers far more adjustment. Today we have the Z2-3D monitor arm from Arctic. It supports two monitors up to 27-inches, offers tilt, swivel, and rotation adjustments, and even comes with a USB 3.0 hub. Let's get some monitors on the Z2-3D and see what it can do!

Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB Fans

Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB Fans Review

When it comes to RGB accessories for your computer probably the most popular over the past year has been fans. Pretty much every manufacturer is making them, but with so many out there it is hard to distinguish a good kit from a pretty terrible kit. We've already reviewed a handful of RGB fan kits and today we have Cooler Master's flagship RGB fans, the MasterFan MF120R ARGB. These of course as the same suggests feature addressable RGB's, which allow for even more customization. Are these the perfect RGB fans for your system? Read on as we find out!

Hardware News

Thermaltake Introduces Pacific R1 Plus Memory Lighting Kit

The Pacific R1 Plus will latch on to your 4-slot DIMM cluster much like air coolers we've seen in the past. But instead of cooling it provides four LED diffusers that gives the appearance of four RGB LED illuminated modules. This accessory is compatible with any type of standard height memory, DDR2-DDR4.

Hardware News

Vega II Logo Trademarked by AMD

Late in November AMD filed a trademark application with the USPTO for a new logo for its second generation "Vega" graphics architecture. The logo itself looks very similar to the original Vega "V". but has two bands marking out the Roman numeral II (2).

All News

Aqua Computer Announces Kryographics NEXT Water Blocks for RTX 20-series

Today Aqua Computer is proud to present the kryographics NEXT 2080 / Ti. These are the most sophisticated coolers Aqua Computer ever produced for graphics cards. All components are CNC machined in Aqua Computers own production facility in Germany and manufactured from the highest quality materials. The complex base plate is milled from 1.8kg raw material, the finished cooler weighs about 1.25kg - with backplate about 1.5kg.

FNATIC Clutch2 Gaming Mouse

FNATIC Clutch2 Gaming Mouse Review

We are back with yet another FNATIC Gear product! All three of the FNATIC Gear products we've taken a look at so far have been quite good, so we are excited to take a look at another. Up on the review block today we have the Clutch2 gaming mouse. It is quite similar to the Flick2, as it uses the same PixArt 3360 optical sensor and Omron switches, but is designed as a right-handed mouse. You still have the same number of buttons and excellent comfort too. Let's get to gaming and see what the Clutch2 can do!

Gaming News

Epic Games Moving Entire Game Collection To its Own Store Platform

Epic Games has started moving their entire collection of digitally-sold games away from Steam and to their own store, the Epic Games Store. This store will not only sell games published by Epic, but also third-party publishers, who will get 88% revenue share, compared to the 70% that publishers get on Steam.

Hardware News

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 5 3600X Being Teased In South Korea

We've already heard that AMD will be launching their 7 nm Zen 2 Ryzen desktop processors around Computex 2019, but it seems AMD is already keen to be teasing these processors. An AMD-contracted agency in South Korea has launched a new campaign in which they are asking people to guess Cinebench scores for upcoming AMD processors, specifically the Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 5 3600X.

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