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Saturday, November 28, 2020

EVGA’s Nu Audio Brings Entry-Level Audiophile Sound to the PC

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The EVGA Nu Audio Sound Card Brings Entry-Level Audiophile Sound to the PC EVGA released the high-end $249 Nu Audio PCIe sound card aimed at PC gamers who are also stereo music aficionados...

The HyperX FURY RGB 480GB SSD Review

The HyperX FURY RGB 480GB SSD Review The HyperX FURY RGB SSD has been released as a premium device in a competitive market that makes anything hard to stand out. By the inclusion of...

The Kingston A1000 480 GB NVMe SSD Review

The Kingston A1000 NVMe 480 GB SSD review Solid State Drives (SSD) have advantages for gamers over using Hard Disk Drives (HDD) by saving game level and loading times, and by giving...

Team Group’s $99 480 GB SSD Review – SSD vs. SSHD

The Team Group L5 LITE 3D 480 GB SSD review A Solid State Drive (SSD) has an advantage for a gamer over a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) by saving time loading games...

The EVGA DG-77 Case Review featuring the Star Wars TITAN Xp

The EVGA DG-77 Case Review featuring the Star Wars TITAN Xp The EVGA DG-77 mid tower case was created for gamers who want all of the advantages of a full tower in a...

The EVGA Z370 FTW MB review – the i7-8700K Road to 5.0 GHz

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The EVGA Z370 FTW Motherboard Overclocking Review - the Road to 5.0 GHz We have recently upgraded our Core i7-6700K Skylake platform to Coffee Lake's i7-8700K, and have been benchmarking at 4.6...

A Gamer’s View of SIGGRAPH – AMD’s Event vs. NVIDIA’s Presentation

BTR attended SIGGRAPH last Sunday and Monday as media with a special focus on both AMD's and NVIDIA's events that were held at nearby venues.  The highlight of the AMD Capsaicin...

E3 2017 Report – NVIDIA/Destiny 2 4K Gameplay, Project CARS 2, Logitech G, Bloody,...

This editor was privileged to attend E3 2017 last Wednesday.  E3 is a huge video gaming-related event held every year at the Los Angeles Convention Center that for the first time...

SSHD vs HDD – 2TB Seagate FireCuda SSHD vs. 2TB Toshiba HDD

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For this evaluation, we purchased a pair of 3.5 inch 2TB 7200 RPM Seagate FireCuda (ST2000DX002) Gaming Solid State Hybrid Drives (SSHD) for $100 each to replace our two $70 each 2TB Toshiba 7200 RPM Hard...