Gaming chairs are all the rage when it comes to furniture for tech enthusiasts, but gaming desks are not that commonplace. In this review, we evaluate the first gaming desk that we ever used: Trust GXT 711 Dominus. This desk combines simple design with useful accessories, at a price point that is lower than that of other gaming desks. If you want to know what the Trust GXT 711 Dominus gaming desk has to offer, read this review:Trust GXT 711 Dominus gaming desk: Who is it good for?
The Trust GXT 711 Dominus gaming desk is the right choice for:
If you frequently use the Command Prompt or PowerShell, you may be tired of their opaque app windows. They are functional, useful, but also dull. Another issue is that when you work in a busy office, people can easily see what you type, due to their opacity. If you are a Windows 10 user, one neat little personalization that you can perform is to make them transparent to the level you want. This can make them more visually appealing to you, and also more difficult to see by people walking around your computer.
The Ryzen 7 3700X is one of the most exciting processors that AMD has released this summer. It is an eight-core processor with sixteen threads that run at a high base clock of 3.6 GHz and a high boost clock of 4.4 GHz. It is built using a 7 nm process and uses a new architecture that helps it deliver a lot more performance than the previous generations of Ryzen processors. The 3700X is also the CPU you may want if you are a gamer, as its single-core performance is top-notch.
The Radeon RX 5700 is the smaller sister of AMD's family of new video cards. However, that is an understatement, as this graphics card packs a lot of processing power and, in many respects, it offers the same specifications as the RX 5700 XT. Built using the new RDNA architecture, on the new 7-nanometer manufacturing process, with 8 GB of GDDR6 RAM and support for PCI Express version 4, the Radeon 5700 is definitely prepared for the future. Are you curious to find more information about this graphics card?
The summer of 2019 is a busy one for AMD. Not only has the company just released a new series of Ryzen processors, but it also launched a new lineup of graphics cards, namely the Radeon RX 5700, RX 5700 XT, and RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Graphics. In this review, we take a close look at their new high-end video card: AMD RX 5700 XT. It uses AMD's latest RDNA architecture and is made using a 7 nm manufacturing process (smaller transistors than on any other video cards).
Many of our editors at Digital Citizen are gamers, and that means that we always strive to get good hardware that is able to run our favorite games, at least at high graphics quality. We recently received for testing a mid-range video card from ASUS, called ROG STRIX GTX 1660 Ti GAMING OC, which promises to offer great performance at a mid-range price. After a few days of benchmarking it and playing popular games on it, we would like to tell you more about its performance in real life. Let's get started:
Game Mode is available to all users of Windows 10. It aims to make Windows 10 the best operating system for gamers, smoothing the gameplay experience across all types of computers and devices. It does not matter whether your PC is the most powerful in terms of hardware or if it is an older, slower PC. The Game Mode prevents system background activities such as Windows updates or notifications from apps during game play, all to offer a more consistent gaming experience. In this guide, we explain what Game Mode is, and what it can do for gamers:
Everybody likes to listen to their favorite music, and that includes gamers too. You might like to listen to your music even while playing games on your Windows 10 PC. However, we usually avoided doing so, because each time we wanted to skip or play a different song, we had to switch between the game and the media player, using the Alt + Tab keyboard shortcut. Fortunately, Microsoft changed all that by adding a Spotify widget to the Windows 10 Game bar.
If you are using Windows 10 and you are a gamer, you've probably heard about the Game Mode. This feature helps make gaming smoother, regardless of how fast or slow your PC is. Although recent versions of Windows 10 automatically enable the Game Mode when you are playing a game, there are situations in which you might find that it is not turned on. Also, when you are playing a really old game, Windows 10 might fail to recognize it as a game and might not use the Game Mode for it.
Are you looking for a great soundbar to fill your living room with high fidelity sound? Do you want a wireless 2.1 soundbar that is easy to set up, sounds great and has a powerful bass? The Sony HT-S350 soundbar might be what you are looking for. Read this review, see its strengths and weaknesses, and whether it is a good fit for your budget, and your needs:The Sony HT-S350 soundbar: Who is it good for?
The Sony HT-S350 soundbar is an excellent choice for: