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    Official Forum Bug Reports Part 2

    That's because it's HTTP and not HTTPS.
  2. The week is starting to wind down, with a couple of items for you to check out today. There's a look at the Corsair H100i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler, a 240mm all-in-one model that can help keep your system running cool no matter how high you push the overclock. Our other item for the day examines some CCleaner alternatives to see which one could end up replacing it if last year's purchase by Avast has put you off. CPU Cooling Corsair H100i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler @ ThinkComputers Software What Are the Best CCleaner Alternatives? @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  3. The middle of the week is upon us, with plenty of items for you to check out today. We have another look at the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X and 2990WX CPUs, as well as a look at the multitasking ability of the 2990WX when you load it down with as many programs at once. For those more interested in a new monitor to take their gaming to another level, there's a review of the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ, which has a 4K 144Hz 27" panel to really make a difference. If you're instead after a new means of control, perhaps the Corsair K70 MK.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard is for you, with its Cherry MX switches and dedicated media keys. We wrap things up today with a search for the perfect portable speaker to bring along to the pool. CPUs AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X and 2990WX @ PC Perspective The Mega-Tasking Test: AMD Threadripper 2990WX Heavy Multitasking Benchmark @ TechSpot Monitors ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ @ TechSpot Keyboards/Mice Corsair K70 MK.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews Speakers/Headphones Searching for the right poolside portable speaker @ LanOC Reviews Back to original news post
  4. A new week is here, with a few items to help kick it off. There's a review of the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX and 2950X CPUs, the latest and greatest models with a crazy amount of cores and threads that are aimed at different segments of the market. We have a look at the Biostar Racing X470GT8 AM4 motherboard, which supports the new Ryzen 2000 processors and up to 64GB of RAM to really fly along in your tasks. We wrap things up today with a look at the 3GB GeForce GTX 1050 model to see if it's worthwhile or kind of an oddity in what it can do. CPUs AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX and 2950X @ TechSpot Motherboards Biostar Racing X470GT8 @ Madshrimps Video Cards The New 3GB GeForce GTX 1050: Good Product or Misleading Product? @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  5. We have a new guide for you to check out, this time taking a look at MemTest86 and how to use it. http://www.overclockersclub.com/guides/memtest86_memory_guide/
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    DOOM

    A short teaser arrived today for DOOM, with the full gameplay coming during E3. At least this confirms one of the games Bethesda will have to showcase during its conference. Here's hoping there are others, too! Like Fallout 4...
  7. Friday is upon us, with a few items to help you welcome in the weekend. There's a review of the Samsung SSD 970 EVO, an M.2 drive that offers plenty of speed and storage space for your system. We have a look at the HP Envy x360 13 laptop, bringing Ryzen Mobile to the masses and in something that just might be one to get for your next laptop. We wrap things up today with a look at 20 of the worst PC setups seen during the month of July. Storage/Hard Drives Samsung SSD 970 EVO @ Benchmark Reviews Laptops/Tablets HP Envy x360 13 @ TechSpot Miscellany 20 of the Worst PC Setups – July 2018 @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  8. The middle of the week is upon us, with a few items for the day you can check out. We have a look at how things are after one year with an AMD Threadripper processor and just how things have gone in that time. There's a review of the Corsair STRAFE MK.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard, offering Cherry MX Silent switches and dedicated media keys to help set the keyboard apart from the crowd. Wrapping things up today is a look at the iMovR Lander Desk, a sit-stand model that can be assembled in minutes to help you avoid sitting the entire time you're at your PC. CPUs One year with Threadripper @ TechSpot Keyboards/Mice Corsair STRAFE MK.2 RGB Mechanical Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews Gadgets iMovR Lander Desk @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  9. A new day is upon us, with a couple of items for you to check out. There's a look at the Phanteks Eclipse P350X case, featuring a compact design and plenty of RGB lighting possibilities to have your build really shine as you game. Our other item for the day examines many different Windows clipboard managers to see what you should use to replace the default one. Cases Phanteks Eclipse P350X @ ThinkComputers Miscellany 12 Windows Clipboard Managers Tested @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  10. A new week is upon us, with several items for you to check out. We have a look at the ASUS Prime X470-PRO motherboard, featuring support for DDR4 3466MHz RAM, USB 3.1, and even RGB lighting for your new Ryzen build. For another option, there's the Gigabyte X470 AORUS Gaming 7 WiFi motherboard, with its armor overlay protecting various components, configurable RGB all over, and plenty more to keep your build going for ages. If you're instead after something a little more affordable, there's a roundup of the top five AMD B450 motherboards to give you some ideas of what else to do for your new build. There's a review of the Toshiba High Speed M203 MicroSDXC card to show off its fast read speeds and ability to record Full HD video with ease. We wrap things up with a look at the best smartphones you can buy right now. Motherboards ASUS Prime X470-PRO @ ThinkComputers Gigabyte X470 AORUS Gaming 7 WiFi @ PC Perspective Top 5 AMD B450 Motherboards @ TechSpot Storage/Hard Drives Toshiba High Speed M203 MicroSDXC @ Madshrimps Mobile The Best Smartphones 2018 @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  11. Tonight we have a look at the Logitech G513 Carbon Gaming Keyboard, with two different switch options included. Check it out! http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/logitech_g513_carbon_keyboard/
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    Neverwinter Guides Continued

    We've got another guide for you: Moonshadow
  13. The weekend is in sight, even with August just getting started, and we have a couple of items for you to check out today. There's a look at how many FPS you really do need and what running more FPS than your monitor can display really does for you. Our other item takes a look at how you can cast 3D printed parts using sand molds and how well it works. Gaming How Many FPS Do You Need? @ TechSpot Miscellany Casting 3D Printed Parts @ LanOC Reviews Back to original news post
  14. The last day of July is here, with a couple of items for you to read before the month ends. We have a look at the MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC and Tomahawk motherboards, offering a more affordable option for the AMD platform while still retaining a ton of features from the X470 line. Our other item for the day is a review of the Cougar Phontom Gaming Headset, bringing with it large drivers and a range of compatibility for audio bliss that won't break the bank. Motherboards MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC and Tomahawk @ Neoseeker Speakers/Headphones Cougar Phontom Gaming Headset @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  15. A new week is here, with the second to last day of July bringing a few items to check out. We have a look at the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X to see what this eight-core, 16 thread CPU brings to the table and if it's the one to get for your new build. There's a review of the Toshiba EXCERIA M303 MicroSDXC Card, which is aimed at those shooting in 4K or even just Full HD with write speeds around 70MB/s. Our final item of the day takes a look at a monitor available on Amazon that's from the unknown brand Viotek and how it compares against others. CPUs AMD Ryzen 7 2700X @ ThinkComputers Storage/Hard Drives Toshiba EXCERIA M303 MicroSDXC Card @ Madshrimps Monitors Tested: One of the Best-Selling (No Brand) Gaming Monitors on Amazon @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  16. Tonight Frank takes a look at the ?XFX RX 570 RS 8GB XXX Edition. Check it out below! http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/xfx_rx570_rs_8gb_xxx_edition/
  17. The week is starting to wind down, but not before we have a couple of items for you to check out. There's a look at the Samsung SSD 860 PRO 1TB, which features improved MLC V-NAND to increase endurance and sequential performance for one of the fastest SATA 6Gbps drives you can get. Our other item for the day takes a look at the now eight-year-old Intel Core i7 980X and how it compares against modern processors, including the AMD Ryzen 3 2200G. CPUs We Test a $1,000 CPU From 2010 vs. Ryzen 3 @ TechSpot Storage/Hard Drives Samsung SSD 860 PRO 1TB @ Benchmark Reviews Back to original news post
  18. Tuesday is here, with plenty of items for you to check out today. There's a look at the Viotek GN24C 24" Curved 1080p 144Hz monitor, offering a VA panel and that crazy high refresh rate for an affordable price. If you're after a new keyboard, perhaps the Cherry KC 6000 Slim Keyboard is for you, as it has laptop-style keys and silent mechanical switches. Perhaps you're instead after the Rosewill NEON K81 RGB Gaming Keyboard with its per-key RGB lighting and even an RGB outer rim to really show things off. We have a review of the new Razer Blade 15 after its 2018 refresh, which is now packed with a thin bezel screen to show off more as you game. There's an article looking at how to recover data from a corrupted ZIP file, which is useful as can be, and then a podcast covering the latest news and reviews of the past week. Monitors Viotek GN24C 24" Curved 1080p 144Hz @ ThinkComputers Keyboards/Mice Cherry KC 6000 Slim Keyboard @ Madshrimps Rosewill NEON K81 RGB Gaming Keyboard @ ThinkComputers Laptops/Tablets Razer Blade 2018 @ TechSpot Miscellany How to Recover Data From a Corrupt ZIP File @ TechSpot Podcast #507 @ PC Perspective Back to original news post
  19. The GTX 1170 has already been labeled a “1080 Ti killer,” based on previous leaks. This newest leak, if true, will confirm it. It allegedly has a 256-bit memory interface and 16GB of GDDR6 memory, with about a 2.5GHz clock speed. If these rumors prove true, this video card will be 38% faster than the GTX 1080. There are a few problems with this leak, however, so take this information with a grain of salt. Firstly, it’s based off a picture of a screen (rather than a screenshot), which can obviously be faked quite easily. Second, 3DMark’s online database doesn’t have a locatable entry on this photo. Third, this is displayed as “GTX 1170,” instead of “generic VGA”, which is what usually happens with early graphics card leaks. 3DMark usually has specs but no name with a graphics card leak this early on. The last red flag is that the clock speed is so high. A 2.5GHz speed out of this would be extremely unlikely. It looks like this new card will be one to watch out for, but as for these specs being true, I’m not holding my breath. Source: Wccftech Back to original news post
  20. Friday has arrived and with it several items for you to check out. We have a couple looks at the new Corsair Hydro Series H100i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler, which takes the radiator down a bit to 240mm and some subtle RGB lighting to really give you something that can work in nearly any case. There's an article analyzing video card pricing for the month, including looks at the best values to get right now and even if you should be picking up a new card or waiting longer. If you're after some more storage, perhaps the QNAP TS-453Be NAS will do the trick for you, as it can easily store all your files, stream your media to your devices, and can even be expanded with an M.2 drive for more performance. We wrap things up today with a review of Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr, which has you stepping into the boots of an Inquisitor as you hunt down the forces of Chaos to restore order to the sector. CPU Cooling Corsair Hydro Series H100i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler @ PC Perspective Corsair Hydro Series H100i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler @ Madshrimps Video Cards Analyzing Graphics Card Pricing: July 2018 @ TechSpot Storage/Hard Drives QNAP TS-453Be NAS @ LanOC Reviews Gaming Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr @ Benchmark Reviews Back to original news post
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    Xbox One

    So the next Xbox is getting revealed in a big event at 10am PST on May 21. Should be very exciting to see what Microsoft has in store. I'll get an article posted on it once all the information is revealed, and this thread will be used for everyone to talk about it and share any information. Or speculate, depending on what all MS shows. Anything particularly interesting people are wanting in the next Xbox? Called the Xbox One, it's due to arrive later this year at an undetermined date for an undisclosed price.
  22. The middle of the week is upon us, with a few items for you to check out. We have a look at the ASUS ROG Gladius II Origin mouse, boasting a 12,000 DPI optical sensor and many of the same features of the original to still make it a popular choice for gaming. There's a review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Generation) 2-in1 laptop, sporting an 8th Gen Intel Core processor, an enhanced fingerprint sensor, and even a shutter on the webcam to only use it when you actually need it. If you're instead after a different 2-in-1, the Dell XPS 15 2-in-1, with its Intel Kaby Lake-G processor, might just be the one to get if you want to see what the AMD RX Vega GPU integration with the Intel CPU is all about. Mice/Keyboards ASUS ROG Gladius II Origin Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews Laptops/Tablets Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Generation) @ ThinkComputers Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  23. A new day is here, with a couple of items for you to check out. There's a comparison of the GeForce GTX 1060 3GB versus the Radeon RX 570 4GB to see which one is the one to get, especially now that video card prices are normalizing. Our other item for the day is the AZIO Retro Classic Elwood Keyboard, which has a unique look and real wood on the exterior to bring some style to wherever you game. Video Cards GeForce GTX 1060 3GB vs. Radeon RX 570 4GB: 2018 Update @ TechSpot Keyboards/Mice AZIO Retro Classic Elwood Keyboard @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  24. A new week is upon us, with a few items to help kick it off. We have a look at the Biostar B360GT3S motherboard, a lower end Intel model running on the B360 chipset that could be ideal for those looking for just a lower end build that won't break the bank. There's a review of the CableMod AIO Sleeving Kit, which provides a way for you to pretty up your case interior and have your AIO cooler looking good in a different color. Our final item for the day takes a look at the performance impact of the Spectre Variant 4 patch and what it does for your system. Motherboards Biostar B360GT3S @ ThinkComputers CPUs Intel's Spectre 'Variant 4' Performance Tested: Speculative Store Bypass @ TechSpot Miscellany CableMod AIO Sleeving Kit @ LanOC Reviews Back to original news post
  25. Friday the 13th is upon us, but not to worry, as all we have for you is a couple of items to check out before the weekend hits. We have a look at the HP Portable SSD P800, featuring a 1TB capacity and a Thunderbolt 3 connection for blistering fast transfer speeds for your data. Our other item for the day is the ROCCAT Horde AIMO Membranical RGB Gaming Keyboard, which has a unique switch design to give the best of both membrane and mechanical keys for a feel that should appeal to many. Storage/Hard Drives HP Portable SSD P800 @ Benchmark Reviews Keyboards/Mice ROCCAT Horde AIMO Membranical RGB Gaming Keyboard @ Madshrimps Back to original news post
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