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AMD Ryzen 5 2600X CPU Review

Posted by: Matthew Hodgson on: 11-05-2018 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Today we present the AMD Ryzen 2600X, with 6 cores and 12 threads capable of a whopping 4200MHz, it certainly promises performance but how does it fare against the competition?

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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Review

Posted by: Matthew Hodgson on: 19-04-2018 [ 0 comment(s) ]

We saw the resurgence of AMD last year with the Ryzen 1st Generation processors, today we look at the Ryzen 7-2700X Processor, the current top-tier CPU in AMD's 2nd Generation Ryzen line-up. Can it possibly beat last year's exceptional efforts?

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PowerColor Red Devil RX VEGA 56 Review

Posted by: Vortez Reviews on: 21-02-2018 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Thinking about turning to AMD Vega Series for your high-end graphics card? We analyse a newly launched custom design by way of PowerColor's Red Devil RX VEGA 56.

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AMD RYZEN 3 2200G and RYZEN 5 2400G Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 20-02-2018 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The long anticipated Raven Bridge APUs fuse Ryzen CPU architecture with Vegas graphics on one chip. As they are compatible with the AM4 socket, you won't be needing a dedicated platform for these APUs either!

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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X Review The HEDT King?

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 10-08-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Designed for the new X399 chipset, we take a look at AMD's new 16 Core processor which features 32 threads of simultaneous multi-processing power. Is this the fastest multi-threaded processor consumers can get their hands on?

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GAMDIAS HERMES M1 Review

Posted by: Matthew Hodgson on: 09-08-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

We've recently seen the GAMDIAS HEBE headset and Zeus P1 mouse, so to round off the full peripheral triangle, here's the HERMES M1 7 colour keyboard. Read on to find out more.

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AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and 1300X Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 27-07-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The latest Ryzen CPUs have been targeting the enthusiast/prosumer portion of the market, now gearing up to blow the lid off of the mainstream, we take a look at Ryzen 3.

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GAMDIAS Zeus P1 RGB Review

Posted by: Matthew Hodgson on: 10-07-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The GAMDIAS Zeus P1 RGB features a pair of lighting zones, a 12,000 DPI sensor and a design that's likely to fit most hands comfortably.

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GAMDIAS HEBE M1 RGB Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 02-07-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

GAMDIAS return with the HEBE M1 RGB, it is a USB gaming headset featuring 50mm drivers, virtual 7.1 surround, and a 'bass impact' vibration to help you 'feel the noise'.

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PowerColor Red Devil Golden Sample RX 580 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 24-04-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Armed with AMD Polaris Gen 2, AXRX 580 8GBD5-3DHG/OC aka Red Devil Golden Sample RX 580 features a new double fan design and a significant overclock to the GPU.

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AMD Ryzen 5 1400 & 1600 Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 11-04-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Following the release of Ryzen 7, AMD now aim to blow the market apart with Ryzen 5. There are 4C/8T and 6C/12T parts on offer, that promise disruptive price-to-performance for gamers and creators.

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AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 02-04-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The mid-tier Ryzen 7 1700X offers 8C/16T of CPU goodness at a modest base frequency of 3.4GHz, though with a boost to 3.8GHz and beyond thanks to the Sense MI technologies, the 1700X also represents outstanding value too.

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AMD Ryzen 1700 Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 12-03-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

As the most accessible Ryzen 7 chip, the 1700 comes in with its 8C/16T goodness, though what will capture your attention more? Its 65W TDP or its ability to overclock.

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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 01-03-2017 [ 0 comment(s) ]

AMD are back with their latest flagship CPU, the Ryzen 7 1800X and with it they are promising to shake up the status quo. Fanboys (and girls), are you ready?

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XFX RX 460 Double Dissipation Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 10-11-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Bearing AMD's Baffin GPU, this RX 460 is armed with XFX's Double Dissipation cooling solution and also benefits from a moderate factory overclock.

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AMD Athlon X4 880K Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 18-08-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

The fastest Athlon yet hits the FM2+ platform; by doing without the integrated GPU as found in the A-Series APUs, AMD provide better value for gamers.

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PowerColor RED DEVIL RX 470 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 05-08-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Designed for 1080p gamers, we take at look at the RED DEVIL RX 470 graphics card which bears a dual-cooling fan design with two-state overclock to both GPU and memory.

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PowerColor RED DEVIL RX 480 Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 02-08-2016 [ 0 comment(s) ]

AMD's Polaris architecture recieves a touch of devilry courtesy of the PowerColor RED DEVIL RX 480; featuring an impressive custom cooler and factory overclocks.

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PowerColor DEVIL R9 390X Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 25-09-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Blending water and air, DEVIL takes advantage of PowerColor's hybrid cooling solution and applies a factory overclock to AMD's Grenada XT GPU.

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ASUS STRIX R9 Fury DC3 OC Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 14-09-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

Pitched to tackle NVIDIA's GTX 980 graphics card, the STRIX R9 FURY is furnished with the new Direct CU III cooler and features a factory overclock.

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SAPPHIRE R9 Fury X Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 05-07-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

AMD Fiji is finally here, bringing with it the innovative High Bandwidth Memory (HBM). Can this new graphics card triumph over NVIDIA's flagship GPU; GTX 980Ti?

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XFX R9 390X Double Dissipation Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 03-07-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

In our next review of AMD's R9 390X we take a look at what XFX has to offer in the R9 390X Double Dissipation graphics cards - custom cooled with the all-new Ghost 3.0+ solution.

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MSI R9 390X GAMING 8G Review

Posted by: David Mitchelson on: 23-06-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

In our first review of Grenada XT aka Radeon R9 390X, we take a look at what MSI has to offer in the 390X GAMING 8G featuring Twin Frozr V and a factory overclock.

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AMD FreeSync Technology Review

Posted by: Tim Harmer on: 19-03-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

AMD's own frame rate synching technology is here, and we put it under the spotlight thanks to an ACER XG270HU and XFX Radeon R9 285 Black Edition

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AMD A8-7650K Review

Posted by: Tony Le Bourne on: 13-03-2015 [ 0 comment(s) ]

AMD add a new unlocked APU to their Kaveri family, representing great value mainstream computing with all the goodness of hUMA and HSA computing.

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