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    Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G (12)

    Review: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6G

    With all the obvious leaks spreading around the internet, I don't there's any need for us to tell you what the GTX 1660 Ti...
    Transcend JetRamDDR4-2666_16

    Transcend JetRam DDR4-2666 Game Performance Test

    Memory module with black colored PCB are often marketed as 'gaming' memory even though you'll still be able to find those generic memory with...

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    Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti OC 6G (12)

    Review: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming OC 6G

    With all the obvious leaks spreading around the internet, I don't there's any need for us to tell you what the GTX 1660 Ti...
    Gigabyte B450 AORUS M Featured

    Gigabyte B450 AORUS M Motherboard Performance Review

    Just one month ago, Gigabyte unveiled its AORUS branded B450 AORUS Pro and B450 AORUS M motherboards based on the AMD B450 chipset for the AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen CPUs. Users who wanted to go for the 2nd Gen Ryzen CPU can now opt for a more budget friendly option instead of getting stuck with a higher-end X470 that packs with features which they don't really need.

    Apacer AS340 Panther 240GB SSD Review

    Once known as the toy for the loaded enthusiasts, SSD nowadays has become more affordable with the introduction of the lower cost MLC and TLC NAND Flash, at the cost of lower durability compared to a SLC NAND Flash. Paired with a proper memory controller, a TLC NAND Flash SSD is able to deliver a performance close to a higher-end MLC NAND Flash SSD, at a beefy read and write speed of 500 MB/s.

    Corsair K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard Review

    Over the years of transition, mechanical keyboards have gone from the status of something only a hipster will get, to the now mainstream status that enthusiasts and gamers would be willing to burn a hole in their pocket just to get one. Still, there are users who still prefer the tactility of the good old membrane/rubber dome switch keyboard, but eager to have those fancy RGB lighting modes.
    Transcend SSD230

    Transcend SSD230S SATA III SSD Review

    When it comes to SSDs these days, you can literally be spoiled for choice. Depending on what budget you have, you can pretty much go for the "get what you pay for" route. Cheaper SSDs with the same capacity may or may not perform as good as those more premium SSDs, of course. That's why we're taking a look at the Transcend SSD230 - it's an SSD that aims to cater towards the budget-friendly market segment.