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ASUS ROG Strix B550-I Review at PCTestBench

It wasn’t too long ago that picking out an ITX motherboard meant that you had to live with some pretty serious compromises. The ASUS ROG Strix B550-I Gaming keeps compromises…

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII HERO WI-FI Z490 MOTHERBOARD Review at PCTestBench

Asus’s ROG Maximus XII Hero, while being the cheapest of this segment, more than earns its stripes as a flagship ROG product. Overclocking is super easy, and the VRM heatsink…

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Lexar NM610 M.2 2280 NVMe 500GB SSD Review at PCTestBench

Many users make the mistake of chasing the costly high queue-depth sequential benchmark performance numbers, but that doesn’t represent real-world usage. Lexar’s NM610 provides performance in line with much more…

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TeamGroup Delta MAX RGB 500GB 2.5″ SSD Review at PCTestBench

Being a PC modder at heart. I am always looking for ways to highlight each component in my build. With the Delta MAX SSD TeamGroup has made it easy with…

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FRACTAL DESIGN ERA ITX CHASSIS REVIEW at PCTestBench

Fractal Design is well respected in the PC community for making elegant and innovative computer cases and the new Era ITX is a unique leap forward. Almost 2 years ago,…

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Fractal Design New Ion PSUs brings UltraFlex to SFX

You can still find affordable and dependable power supplies in today’s market. Fractal Design, the manufacturer behind the Ion Series of power supplies, has just released its newest Ion power…

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Kingston and Liqid Breaks 2.5″ SSD Speed Record at FMS 2016

Over the past three days, the most recent advances flash-based storage were on display in Santa Clara, California at the Flash Memory Summit 2016 including the latest from Kingston and…

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DOOM Gets Vulkan Update, Shows Significant Increase on AMD Cards

Great news for those lucky enough to get their hands on an RX 480 before it sold out everywhere. ID Software/Bethesda has rolled out an update for the updated classic…

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BIOS Update Enables Non-K Skylake CPU Overclocking

You reached 5GHz on air? big whoop! Any scrub can flood voltage and push unlocked “K” processors with multipliers if the cooling is capable enough. Intel’s pronouncements of a “return”…

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PSA: Thinner Skylake CPU Can Get Damaged from Cooler Mounting Pressure UPDATE: 12/7/2015

Skylake CPU’s such as the i7-6700K and i5-6600K can get damaged due to strong pressure from some air coolers, German hardware site PCGamesHardware.de reports. This is due to the thinner…

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AMD Radeon R9 380X Review: The Full Tonga

The new Radeon R9 380X fills up the spot between the R9 380 and the R9 390X. Featuring a full unlocked “Tonga” GCN 1.2 architecture, the R9 380X (officially “Antigua”)…

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GeForce and Radeon Benchmarked Working Together in DX12

Back in 2010, a company called Lucid was promoting the concept of mixed GPUs and their technology was even adopted my some mainboard manufacturers for a short time. Lucid’s Hydra…

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