The ROG Ryuo III 360 ARGB AIO cooler may be really expensive but there’s very little choice when there’s a 240W+ CPU sitting in your rig and you need something capable of controlling it.
Category: Reviews & Unboxings
Today we look at the ASUS TUF Gaming A1 SSD enclosure to find out why would you get this when portable SSDs are literally here and there in the market.
Despite the high price compared to its predecessor at launch, the GeForce RTX 4080 is still the second most powerful GPU gamers who are into
The Kingston NV2 seeks to push the lower ground of PCIe 4.0 by sacrificing one of the important but not so important part of an NVMe drive.
Introducing the Philips 27E1N56. Honestly, I don’t know the full name of the monitor but in Windows, it is called the 27E1N5600A. Yeah, that’s the name of the monitor. The box?
Introducing yet another monitor by Philips. This is a 32-inch monitor and by the looks alone, you might think that this is the same as the 27-inch version that we reviewed previously – and I don’t blame you because they do look the same, it’s just that the 32-inch version is obviously bigger.
Today’s guest on the SSD testing list is Samsung’s latest premium contender – the 990 Pro 2TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD.