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AMD’s FX-8370E processor reviewed

AMD has just shaken up the FX series with a trio of new models. The additions are based on the same Vishera silicon as before, but the magic of binning has yielded a faster 125W top-of-the-line part as well as two eight-core offerings with 95W thermal envelopes. One of them, the FX-8370E, will be the subject of our review this ... Read More »

Func KB-460 Keyboard Review

The Func KB-460 is available with switch types coming in Cherry MX Blue, Brown or Red. The keys are backlit by individual LED’s on each key and keys are of cylindrical design. As mentioned earlier, it also features full N-key roll over, which is great for rapid typists who often find themselves facing key jamming issues. Function keys for multimedia ... Read More »

AMD Launches New FX CPUs, Cuts Prices On Existing Processors Review

AMD today is rolling out three new FX-Series processors (the FX-8320E, FX-8370E, and FX-8370) while cutting prices on their existing Vishera AM3+ FX processors. AMD sent over the new FX-8370 and FX-8370E CPUs last week to Phoronix (the FX-8320E is still forthcoming) so we are here with the rundown on the Linux performance of these new FX CPUs compared to ... Read More »

Western Digital My Passport Ultra Portable Hard Drive Review

Today we are taking a look at Western Digital’s performance portable drive, the My Passport Ultra. This drive offers up exceptional speeds through USB 3.0 with up to 2TB of capacity. Combine that with an incredibly small and slim package and this drive looks to have a lot of promise. Read on to see how it performs. via Western Digital My ... Read More »

Sapphire R9 285 Dual-X OC 2 GB Review | techPowerUp

The specific card we’re reviewing today is the Sapphire Radeon R9 285 Dual-X OC, a factory-overclocked implementation by AMD’s leading AIB partner that offers overclocked speeds of 965 MHz on the core and 5.60 GHz on the memory. Its most striking feature is the Dual-X cooling solution, which may not win beauty contests, but earned the reputation of being one ... Read More »

CORSAIR Graphite 380T Computer Case Review

During Computex 2014, Corsair have shown their latest additions to their gaming enclosures. Besides the Carbide Air 250, a shrinked version of their popular 540 Air Cube case, Corsair jumped on the ultra portable mITX gaming enclosures band wagon with the new Graphite 380T, a futuristic design with rounded corners, featuring a big carrying handle and designed to support long ... Read More »

The Intel Core i7-5960X Haswell-E LGA2011-V3 Processor Reviewed

Haswell-E is here. Well, technically, it’s been “here” for a while but has undergone refinements throughout the last year to ready itself for launch. One of those refinements was more performance and cooler operating temperatures. Without creating a whole new architecture, the only feasible direction, given the current TDP and heat challenges facing Haswell, was to refine the silicon, add more cores, lower ... Read More »

Silicon Power Slim S70 240GB SSD Review

Although we see new products get launched all the time that doesn’t mean that we have to discard old ones and the best possible example i can come up with are cars since i bet there’s at least 1 really old car that each and every single one of us likes. So cars like the Pontiac Trans-Am (1982 model) which ... Read More »

Plextor M6 Pro SSD Review – HardwareHeaven.com

One of the more impressive SSDs in recent times was the Plextor M5 range. Regardless of the form factor, SATA or mSATA, it performed very well. The Plextor M6 Pro SSD replaces the M5 series at the top end of their product range and today we have one to review. via Plextor M6 Pro SSD Review – HardwareHeaven.com. Read More »

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