In a crowded market where new wireless routers look and behave much like those launched before them, it is difficult to stand out. ASUS has recently launched a device that's ambitious in its approach. It is named Lyra Voice, and it is a three-in-one mesh WiFi router with built-in Amazon Alexa and stereo speakers. Does it make you think of the characters from the Transformers movies? You can use the Lyra Voice to replace your wireless router, Amazon Echo, and Bluetooth speaker. Sounds interesting? Read this review and see what ASUS Lyra Voice has to offer:
Do you love the new processors from AMD Ryzen 3000 series? You already have a desktop PC with a Ryzen processor, and you want to know whether you should also buy a new motherboard alongside your new processor? If you have a motherboard with the previous X470 chipset, here is a detailed performance comparison against the newer X570 chipset for the AMD Ryzen 3000 processors. We used the AMD Ryzen 5 3600X processor to run several tests and benchmarks on motherboards with these two chipsets. Our goal was to see if buying a new motherboard brings meaningful performance differences vs.
If you are following us closely, you have already heard about the new premium processors built by AMD: the Ryzen 9 3900X with its 12 cores, and the octa-core Ryzen 7 3700X. Sure, they're great marvels of processor engineering, but they cost quite a lot. The good news is that AMD also launched a few more affordable computer processors.
ASUS ROG Thor 850W Platinum is a power supply unit (PSU) that is not just powerful and well built, but also quiet and beautiful. You have to see it to believe it, but this power supply unit has RGB LEDs and an OLED screen that displays your computer's power consumption in real time. To find out more about the ASUS ROG Thor 850W Platinum power supply unit, read this review and see why this power supply unit is different from others:ASUS ROG Thor 850W Platinum PSU: Who is it good for?
The ASUS ROG Thor 850W Platinum PSU is an excellent choice for people who:
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:
The ASUS ROG Strix Carry is a small mouse that offers dual wireless connectivity via 2.4GHz and Bluetooth, as well as a 7200 DPI optical sensor and swappable Omron switches that are rated to last 50-million clicks. For a mouse that you take with you when you are traveling for work, the ASUS ROG Strix Carry can play! If you want to know more about it and what it is capable of, read this review:ASUS ROG Strix Carry: Who is it good for?
The ASUS ROG Strix Carry is an excellent choice for:
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.
AMD has released its new desktop processors from the 3000 series. Their lineup also includes the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, which is an incredibly powerful processor (CPU), with 12 cores and 24 processing threads. If you also take into consideration that the base clock speed is 3.8GHz and its turbo speed is 4.6GHz, you immediately realize that we are dealing with a beast. Did AMD manage to take the world of top-tier desktop processors by storm? Read on and find out what the new AMD Ryzen 9 3900X can do:
The lineup of ADATA's gaming hardware bears the name of XPG, as in Extreme Performance Gear. One of the newest components of this lineup is a kit of DDR4 memory modules, with RGB lighting, called SPECTRIX D60G. We received these memory modules for testing, and after a couple of weeks of using them, and playing several games, we would like to share our opinion. If you are looking for a good deal on DDR4 RAM with RGB lighting, read this review and find out if ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D60G are the ones you should buy:
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?