Review – 2x16GB Asgard Freyr T3 DDR5-5200 CL40 – Cheap DRAM with Micron A-Die, any good?

In this review, I will be examining another memory kit from the Asgard brand belonging to the “Freyr T3” series, which offers DDR5 models at 4800 and 5200 MT/s, with 8 or 16 GB modules that can be purchased separately or in kits of 16 GB or 32 GB. The product being analyzed is a 32 GB kit consisting of two 16 GB modules, with a frequency of 5200 MT/s, timings of 40-40-40-77, and an operating voltage of 1.25V.

Review – SSD Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G 2TB – The First Gen 4 drive optimized for Direct Storage!

Today, we will be reviewing the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G, a high-end NVMe drive from Sabrent’s product lineup. In this review, we will be testing the 2TB sample that Sabrent generously provided us with. While this lineup is not entirely new, it is an updated revision of the previously well-known “Rocket 4 Plus” lineup. The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G is available in three capacities, including 1TB, 2TB (the drive we are testing), and 4TB. So far, an 8TB option is not yet available.

Pushing Socket 7 to the Limit: Extreme Overclocking the K6-2 to 700 MHz and beyond!

After a prolonged hiatus in articles about extreme overclocking, there is good news for those who enjoy this content. It’s back, and in a big way. The subject of this article is something quite special, the thing is capable of completing SuperPI 1M in just five minutes. It has also left a lasting impression on many people, whether positive or negative. Without further ado, we present to you: the AMD K6-2!