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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?
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).
The Wi-Fi 6 or 802.11ax wireless networking standard is slowly gaining a foothold on the market of consumer WiFi products. We had a few premium wireless routers launched with support for this technology, and now we are seeing the first mesh WiFi systems with Wi-Fi 6. ASUS RT-AX92U is an interesting kit, that combines the best of ASUS wireless routers with the mesh WiFi technology, and the new Wi-Fi 6 networking standard. See what you get from the ASUS RT-AX92U, in this review:ASUS RT-AX92U: Who is it good for?
This AiMesh WiFi system is a great choice for:
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:
We recently got ahold of one of the newest and fastest M2 NVMe SSD drives built by ADATA, the ADATA XPG Gammix S11 Pro SSD, and it uses the PCIe Gen3 x4 technology which promises high data read and write speeds. It also has an out-of-the-ordinary design, as it comes covered by a red heatsink inspired by sports cars. If you want to know more about the ADATA XPG Gammix S11 Pro SSD and whether you should consider it as your next core component of your gaming PC, read our review and find out:
With Deco E4 or E4R, TP-Link is lowering the price of entry in the mesh WiFi ecosystem for consumers. This new model is available at an affordable price, it can work with other models in the Deco lineup, and it has some exciting features. If you want to know more about TP-Link Deco E4, and whether it is a good fit for you and your needs, read this detailed review:TP-Link Deco E4: Who is it good for?
This whole-home mesh WiFi system is a suitable choice for:
Are you looking for a slim, lightweight external DVD writer, that you can easily carry around? Do you need a simple, but complete, backup solution, that works on a Mac as well as on a Windows 10 PC? Do you want a DVD writer with a cool, slick design? The ASUS ZenDrive U7M (SDRW-08U7M-U) might be exactly what you are looking for. Read this review, see what it has to offer, and whether it is a great alternative to the more expensive Apple SuperDrive:ASUS ZenDrive U7M: Who is it good for?
The ASUS ZenDrive U7M is a good choice for: