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Aujourd’hui — 8 avril 2020TechPowerUp

Fractal Design Celsius+ S28 Prisma AIO Review

Fractal Design has revamped its venerable line of Celsius liquid coolers with the all-new Celsius+ S28 Prisma. This latest release delivers the topnotch performance you would expect along with ARGB lighting and a solid warranty, which gives it a leg up in the crowded liquid cooler market.

Bitspower Touchaqua NJORD 120 PWM Fan Review

Par : VSG
Bitspower's value-oriented brand, Touchaqua, makes a splashing debut on TechPowerUp with the NJORD 120 fan. Available as a triple pack with included PWM and LED control hubs, the Touchaqua NJORD is an RGB fan that aims to offer good performance without breaking any banks.

Hier — 7 avril 2020TechPowerUp

Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro Review

Par : pzogel
The right-handed ergonomic Dark Core RGB Pro is the newest revision of Corsair's Dark Core series. The custom PixArt PAW3392 sensor, eight programmable buttons, and 2000 Hz maximum polling rate make it suitable for FPS, RTS, and MMO/MOBA games. Wireless operation is possible in low-latency 2.4 GHz or Bluetooth mode.

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ADATA SE760 Portable SSD 1 TB Review

Par : W1zzard
The ADATA SE760 is a high-performance portable SSD with USB 3.2 10 Gbps support to reach transfer rates of more than 1 GB/s. Inside the durable metal case we found a full-size M.2 drive, with a controller from Realtek and 3D TLC flash from Micron.

Scythe Shuriken 2 Review - Small Package, Big Performance

Scythe looks to up their game in the low-profile CPU cooler market with the Shuriken 2. Like its larger siblings, this ultra-compact cooler delivers exceptional performance for its size with no excess noise because of a well-designed slim 92 mm fan.

Super Flower Leadex III ARGB Gold 550 W Review

Par : crmaris
The Super Flower Leadex III ARGB Gold 550 W offers high performance and is very efficient. The RGB lighting and crystal cube connectors of its fully modular cables look nice. However, is it worth paying an additional €24 to get it over the non-RGB Leadex III model of similar capacity?

Cougar Ultimus RGB Keyboard Review

Par : VSG
Cougar has chosen to shy away from Cherry switches in favor of their own branded ones, and designed the Ultimus RGB keyboard to be more in line with their recent angular case offerings. As the name suggests, RGB illumination is supported, with 16.8M colors, and the polling rate is 1000 Hz.

Aerocool Aero One Eclipse Review - Style and Function for the Masses

Par : Darksaber
The Aerocool Aero One Eclipse is a compact ATX chassis with a cool-looking front and solid build construction. On top of that, it offers four fans and a controller that allows for lighting expansion and motherboard control right out of the box.

Resident Evil 3 Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis - 27 Graphics Cards Compared

Par : W1zzard
Resident Evil 3 is Capcom's upcoming third-person survival horror video game featuring vastly improved graphics. Jill Valentine has received a long overdue upgrade and is now looking hotter than even Lara Croft. We compare both supported APIs, DirectX 11 and DirectX 12, on all recent graphics cards, at 1080p Full HD, 1440p, and 4K.

be quiet! Shadow Rock 3 Review

be quiet! looks to one-up their competition with the Shadow Rock 3 by delivering a high-quality, asymmetrical heatsink that not only provides reliable performance and low noise levels, but also keeps memory and graphics card clearance in mind. This makes the Shadow Rock 3 a robust offering that will make the no-RGB crowd quite happy.

noblechairs EPIC, HERO, and ICON Gaming Chairs: The Black Edition Review

Par : erasmia394
noblechairs sent us the new models of their EPIC, HERO, and ICON lines with several interesting changes and very nice, eco-friendly upholstery. Their price tags are not affordable, but you should always keep in mind that a good chair is an investment in your health and can also increase your productivity, or your gaming performance.

Palit GeForce GTX 1650 KalmX Review - The Fastest Passively Cooled Graphics Card

Par : W1zzard
The Palit GeForce GTX 1650 KalmX uses a completely passive cooling design, which guarantees the perfect noise-free experience. Thanks to NVIDIA's highly energy-efficient Turing architecture, you also get the latest display connectivity and hardware decoding capabilities..

Odin Gaming ZeroGravity XL Mousepad Review

Par : pzogel
Odin Gaming is a new player on the mouse pad market and aims to offer a wide variety of pads in many different sizes while keeping things affordable. The Zero Gravity XL may be the smallest one, yet it's still very large on its own.

Comino Otto Master SFF PC (i9-9900K + 2080 Ti) Review - High-end Gaming in a Tiny Volume

The Comino Otto puts the system builders of the world on notice by offering what is one of the best-designed prebuilt small-form-factor PCs around. Considering it's only 14 liters in overall volume and fully water-cooled, this latest SFF PC will turn more than a few heads for more than a few reasons.

Team Group MP33 512 GB M.2 NVMe SSD Review - Zero Thermal Throttling

Par : W1zzard
Team Group's MP33 SSD is based on 96-layer TLC NAND from Toshiba paired with a new Phison controller that achieves impressive sustained writes and has the best thermals we've ever seen. Even when fully loaded, without airflow, there is no thermal throttling.

Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-5000 MHz CL18 2x 8 GB Review - 5 GHz DDR4, the Fastest in the World

Par : Nate
Corsair delivers the worlds fastest memory kit: the Corsair Vengeance LPX 5000 MHz. Validated for high-end MSI X570 motherboards, this groundbreaking kit promises to test the idea of what makes a good Ryzen memory kit. Can it overcome the infamous IF latency penalty?

Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo Review

Par : VSG
Cooler Master wants to leverage their factory and design capabilities to bring out highly addressable RGB LED fans without breaking the bank. The MasterFan MF120 Halo has 24 LEDs per fan and supports all mainstream motherboard lighting solutions while aiming to offer a hybrid balance of static pressure and airflow.

XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT THICC III Ultra Review

Par : W1zzard
The XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT THICC III Ultra comes with a large triple-fan cooler that's still dual-slot and achieves nearly inaudible noise levels at full gaming load. The card also features a large overclock out of the box, dual BIOS, and idle fan stop.

HiFiMAN TWS600 Review

Par : Frederik S
The HiFiMAN TWS600 is the newest set of true-wireless earphones from HiFiMAN. The TWS600 promises 5.5 hours of playback time, has an extended Bluetooth range, and is competitively priced at $199. We put the TWS600 to the test to see how it fares against competitors.

DOOM Eternal Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis - 26 Graphics Cards Compared

Par : W1zzard
DOOM Eternal is the long-awaited sequel to the epic DOOM series. There's even more carnage, and gameplay is super fast-paced. Built upon the id Tech 7 engine, visuals are excellent, and graphics performance is outstanding. We tested the game on all modern graphics cards at Full HD, 1440p and 4K Ultra HD.

Fractal Era ITX Review

Par : Darksaber
The Fractal Era ITX is a refreshing new chassis from the brand that brought you years of plenty of Define case variants. With its cool looks and material mix of aluminum in combination with wood or glass, it will surely look pretty spiffy next to your monitor.

AZIO Retro Classic BT Keyboard Review

Par : VSG
We round off our coverage of AZIO's Retro keyboard lineup with the Retro Classic BT in the Artisan edition. It features a genuine leather top cover, zinc alloy frame with a copper finish, and matching typewriter-style keycaps to provide for a stunning mechanical wireless keyboard with battery life measured in months!

XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT THICC II Pro Review

Par : W1zzard
The XFX RX 5600 XT THICC II is priced very reasonably at $290, just $10 above MSRP, yet comes with a decent overclock out of the box and a solid dual-slot, dual-fan cooler that delivers whisper-quiet noise levels. XFX has also listened to feedback and made various improvements to their heatsink.

Wentai Aidan 1616 W Review - The Corsair AX1600i Challenger?

Par : crmaris
Wentai is making an impressive entry into the PSU market with the digital Aidain line, going right up against the Corsair AX1600i. The Aidan T1616 uses a cutting-edge platform with many similarities to the AX1600i. Is the Aidan T1616 able to take the lead from Corsair's AX1600i, though?

Sabrent Rocket Q 1 TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review

Par : W1zzard
Priced at $130 for the 1 TB version, the Sabrent Rocket Q SSD is one of the most affordable SSDs on the market. It uses a new Phison E12S controller, which has better thermal performance and can operate with smaller DRAM cache. Write speeds are impressive due to 250 GB of pseudo-SLC cache.

Galax GeForce RTX 2070 Super HOF 10 Year Anniversary Review

Par : W1zzard
The Galax RTX 2070 Super HOF 10 Year comes with a large overclock on both GPU and memory, it's actually the fastest RTX 2070 we have ever tested, almost matching the RTX 2080. Thanks to a large power limit increase and 16 Gbps memory chips from Samsung, manual overclocking works great, too.

Gryphon Tower Mesh WiFi System Review

Par : VSG
Gryphon is a relatively new company aiming to challenge the establishment of consumer-grade networking. We check out the Gryphon Tower today, which aims to combine extensive network security features with excellent performance, mesh network compatibility, and ease of installation and monitoring!

SteelSeries Rival 3 Mouse Review

Par : pzogel
The SteelSeries Rival 3 is the successor to the Rival 100/110 budget ambidextrous gaming mice. The Rival 3 comes with a new sensor (TrueMove Core), updated main button switches (60 million clicks), reduced weight, and improved Prism RGB lighting.

XPG Battlecruiser Review

Par : Darksaber
The XPG Battlecruiser is the larger of the two initial case offerings from ADATA XPG, with the smaller Invader making an excellent first impression. This means the Battlecruiser has some big shoes to fill, especially as the $150–$200 segment tends to attract a demanding crowd.

Fnatic React Gaming Headset Review

Par : Inle
Fnatic React is the first gaming headset released by this world-famous esports brand. It's a simple analog headset with no extra features or gimmicks. It is laser-focused on what's important: sound and microphone quality, as well as wearing comfort.

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