The year of 4K was so 2016, am I right? At least - that's what Dell in CES2017 tells me. Their innovation is super crazy recently. Dell recently announced the 5K monitor, and now they're back with the 8K monitor. That's just a mind-blowing amount of pixels!
Philips is probably the one brand that many people wouldn't be thinking about when it comes to PC monitors. Even I don't - but Philips Monitor want to change that, and that's why they're bringing in 3 new monitors into the Malaysian market this April 2017.
In the market today, there are a lot of external hard disks available. They're made by a multitude of manufacturers, and they're offered in a variety of flavors - and each of these flavors have their own specialty too. We've seen the Transcend StoreJet 25H3 here, but this new StoreJet 25C3 is certainly a reimagining of how an external hard disk should look like.
We've seen and heard NVMe SSDs thermal throttling. It's something that we all worry about, and want to avoid when we're getting our own NVMe SSD. I mean, these speedy storage devices aren't cheap - and thermal throttling can diminish its speed. Well, here we'll tell you how to prevent NVMe SSD thermal throttling.
Many people asked me before - can they actually see the different past 120Hz? The answer is yes. It cannot be explained, but can only be experienced by your own eyes and hands. now, ASUS...
Over at Computex 2017, Cooler Master showed us a bunch of new products - including the successors to both the HAF and COSMOS series, namely the H500P and C700P on their 25th birthday. Needless to say, I'm excited about both these cases as I've been using the HAF932 for almost a decade now, yet I always have a soft spot for the COSMOS series. Then, the new COMSOS C700P came to us - and we gave it a whirl, despite its super heavy build.
I've always been wanting to get an aftermarket air cooler. Noctua NH-D15 was a great candidate, because why not go for the most well-reputed air cooler out there? For those who had been following my PC case reviews which we started off not too long ago, then you might have seen the hideous Intel stock cooler in there. Well, don't judge me. That stock cooler is actually doing quite a lot of work.
I have a confession to make. I'm currently eyeing a few AM4 motherboards, and I'm pretty much settled for B350 chipset in terms of features. When it comes to motherboards, however, there are many other useful features like USB 3.1 Gen 2 not included with lower-tiered B350 boards, or just plain crappy VRMs. Then come the ASUS ROG STRIX X370-F and ROG STRIX B350-F motherboards.
For those who are focusing on the PC market a lot for the past few weeks - we all know that the all new AMD Ryzen is here. The hype train was certainly not disappointed, but there are obviously haters who claims that Ryzen is a failure just because it's not "optimized for gaming". Now, AMD proves the haters wrong. Let's take a look at how AMD shows the haters they're wrong.