In this review, I will analyze a memory kit from Kingbank, belonging to the “Sharp Blade” series, which offers models ranging from 6000 to 6800 MT/s, in modules of 16 or 32 GB, available for separate purchase or in 32 GB/64 GB kits. The product under review is a 32 GB kit comprising two 16 GB modules, running at 6800 MT/s with timings of 34-45-45-108 and an operating voltage of 1.4V.
Recently, we published the review of the Galax RTX 4060 EX, which actually performed well in 1080p. However, due to some of its limitations, such as the 8 GB of VRAM and the PCIe limited to eight lanes, along with its positioning and price, it wasn’t received very warmly upon its release.
In this review, I will analyze another memory kit from Asgard, belonging to the “Freyr T3” series, which offers models ranging from 3000MHz to 3600MHz, in 8 GB or 16 GB modules that can be purchased individually or in 16 GB or 32 GB kits. The product being reviewed is a 32GB kit consisting of two 16 GB modules, with a frequency of 3600MHz, timings of 14-15-15-35, and an operating voltage of 1.45V.
Some time ago, we posted an article on extreme overclocking with the Ryzen 9 7900, which is the 12-core CPU that, at least on paper, tends to be quite efficient with its TDP of only 65W. In that occasion, we managed to go beyond 6 GHz using dry ice, and while the results were very satisfying, we are still yet to see what the R9 7900 is capable of under more normal conditions, something we will explore in this article!
In today’s article, we will conduct a test to determine the true impact of SLC Cache on everyday SSD usage.
Those who follow the channel’s live streams may have already seen that the workbench has a new power supply unit (PSU). Yes, Cooler Master sent us a “MWE Gold 1250 V2 Full Modular,” which, as the name suggests, is a 1250W power supply unit with an “80Plus Gold” certification and modular cables! 😀
Today, we will be testing the P44 Pro model, a top-of-the-line NVMe SSD from the American manufacturer, Solidigm. Specifically, we will be examining the 2TB model that they have sent us for review.
Recently, there has been a surge of comments on the review of the B650M Aorus Elite AX, with users complaining about difficulties in updating the motherboard’s BIOS. At first, this might seem like a simple question or even a mistake in finding the correct product page on the manufacturer’s website, since there are several other models sharing the same design. However, it became clear that this was not the case…