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  1. The first full week of November is here, with a couple of items for you to check out. We have a look at the SteelSeries Rival 710 Gaming Mouse, featuring an improved sensor and switches, as well as a modular design to help make the mouse more your own. Our other item for the day is another gaming mouse, this time the Pwnage Altier. It features a black or white color scheme, customizable RGB lighting, and a 12,000 DPI optical sensor so you can get your gaming targets as fast as possible. Mice/Keyboards SteelSeries Rival 710 Gaming Mouse @ Madshrimps Pwnage Altier Gaming Mouse @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  2. We have a new Best Of article for you to check out tonight, covering the Best AMD Motherboards of 2018. Check it out below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/guides/best_motherboards_amd/
  3. Friday is upon us, with a couple of items for you to check out before the weekend arrives. There's a look at the Corsair Force Series MP300 480GB M.2 SSD, offering a ton of speed and space in a size that installs right onto your motherboard. Our other item for the day is the ADATA XPG Storm M.2 Cooler, which helps those M.2 SSDs stay nice and cool without fear of throttling your system, since some can run that risk. Storage/Hard Drives Corsair Force Series MP300 480GB M.2 SSD @ Madshrimps Cooling ADATA XPG Storm M.2 Cooler @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  4. Tonight, Frank takes a look at the AMD Ryzen 5 2600X. Check out his thoughts on it below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/amd_ryzen_5_2600x/
  5. A new week is here, with several items for you to check out today. We have another look at the Intel Core i9 9900K CPU to see what kind of performance it has in store. On the AMD side of the CPU line, we have a review of the Ryzen 5 2600 to see if this might be an inexpensive and incredibly solid gaming processor. For Intel chips, there's a look at the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming SLI/ac motherboard, which includes things like a 10-phase power design and 2.5 Gigabit LAN to pair up with that new i9 9900K. If you're instead going with that Ryzen 5 2600, then there's the MSI X470 Gaming M7 AC motherboard, featuring an improved PCB design and even a header for Corsair's RGB hub so you can control your lighting directly without sacrificing a USB header. We wrap things up with a look at Patriot Viper RGB DDR4 3200MHz RAM and all the color options it has to offer. CPUs Intel Core i9 9900K @ Bjorn3D AMD Ryzen 5 2600 @ Bjorn3D Motherboards ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming SLI/ac @ ThinkComputers MSI X470 Gaming M7 AC @ Madshrimps Memory Patriot Viper RGB DDR4 RAM @ Benchmark Reviews Back to original news post
  6. Friday has arrived, with a couple of reviews you can check out. Today is all about the Intel Core i9-9900K processor, the latest and greatest (right now) from Intel that's sure to please many. We have our look at it, where you can see how exactly it performs in our suite of tests, and we have two other looks at it to help give you a well-rounded picture of this new 9th Generation part. Intel has some pretty strong claims about its gaming potential, so hopefully, these reviews can back up that claim or shed some unbiased light on what your hard earned money will get you. At the very least, this new chip should be quite an overclocker. Check them out below to see just what Intel has in store now! CPUs Intel Core i9-9900K @ LanOC Reviews Intel Core i9-9900K @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  7. The week is starting to wind down, but we have a couple of items for you to check out before we get too close to the end. There's another look at the MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor OC video card, offering a ton of gaming performance at a price that is sure to please many. Our other item for the day is a review of the TP-Link Archer C5400X Gaming Router, which has tri-band WiFi speeds of up to 5400Mbps and eight Gigabit Ethernet ports if you prefer a wired connection for some of your devices. Video Cards MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor OC @ Neoseeker Networking TP-Link Archer C5400X Gaming Router @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  8. We have a new Best Of guide available for you to check out, highlighting our picks for the best mid-size case so far. Check it out below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/guides/best_computer_cases/
  9. Another Tuesday has arrived, with a couple of items along the way for you to check out. We have two more looks at the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 video card to go with our look at the MSI Armor 8G OC version. The other two we have for you includes one Founders Edition card and three from ASUS, EVGA, and MSI. However, on that review, only the EVGA card is the highlight from it, with the other two likely along the way before too long. So, dive on in and see what this new RTX 2070 brings to the table! Video Cards NVIDIA RTX 2070 Founders Edition @ LanOC Reviews NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 - Featuring EVGA @ PC Perspective Back to original news post
  10. A new week is upon us, with a few items along the way to start it off. There's a look at the MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio, offering a factory overclock and a massive cooler to keep things running longer as you game well into the night. If you just want your CPU to be cool, then perhaps the Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M CPU Cooler is for you, as it's a single tower design that also has addressable RGB lighting so everything can benefit from it. We finish things off today with a review of the Toshiba Exceria Pro N502 SD Card to see just how fast this card performs when you're trying to record footage. Video Cards MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio @ Neoseeker CPU Cooling Cooler Master MasterAir MA410M CPU Cooler @ ThinkComputers Storage/Hard Drives Toshiba Exceria Pro N502 SD Card @ Madshrimps Back to original news post
  11. We have a new game review up, as Guest_Jim takes a look at the Assassin's Creed Origins Full Experience. Check it out below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/assassins_creed_origins_review/
  12. We have a new article up for you to check out, as ClayMeow went to the Intel Fall Desktop Launch Event on Monday to see what all Intel has in store to close out the year. There's a lot to see and drool over, so check it out below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/intel_fall_desktop_launch_event/
  13. We've got a new review for you to check out, as Chris has reviewed the Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower Tempered Glass Gaming Case. See how it performs below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/corsair_spec_omega_rgb/
  14. Tuesday has arrived, with several items for you to check out today. We have an article taking a look at the Intel Core i9-9900K and whether it really is as fast as a claim or if that was misleading due to methods meant to favor Intel. There's a preview of the MSI Z390 motherboards and what we can expect from the lineup for whatever need we're after. The Western Digital Black NVMe SSD gets reviewed to see what it brings to the table after WD acquired SanDisk to help boost its flash memory division. We end things with articles covering the best headphones of 2018, what exactly "run as administrator" means in Windows, and some of the worst PC setups seen during September. CPUs Commissioning Misleading Core i9-9900K Benchmarks @ TechSpot Motherboards MSI Z390 Motherboards Preview @ Neoseeker Storage/Hard Drives Western Digital Black NVMe @ Bjorn3D Speakers/Headphones The Best Headphones 2018 @ TechSpot Miscellany "Run as Administrator": What Does It Mean? @ TechSpot 20 of the Worst PC Setups - September 2018 @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  15. Friday has arrived, with a couple of items to help you welcome in the weekend. We have a review of the new HTC U12+ smartphone, featuring a 6" screen with a 2880x1440 resolution and pressure sensitive buttons/sensors to let you get more done by simply squeezing the phone in certain ways. Our other item for the day is an article showing you the different ways to free up space in Windows. Mobile HTC U12+ @ Madshrimps Miscellany Ways to Free Up Storage Space on Windows @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  16. The first week of October is starting to wind down, with a few items for you to check out today. There's a review of the Fractal Design Define S2 case, an improvement on the original thanks to a tempered glass side panel, a more modular layout, sound dampening, and more. We have a look at the Corsair Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock and what kind of benefits it brings for those doing presentations or simply needing to drive some extra displays. Wrapping things up is a review of the Moshi Kameleon Kickstand iPhone Case, which protects your new phone while also including a built-in kickstand for easy movie watching. Cases Fractal Design Define S2 @ ThinkComputers Gadgets Corsair Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock Presentation @ Madshrimps Mobile Moshi Kameleon Kickstand iPhone Case @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  17. The first day of October has arrived, with a few items to help get the week started off right. We have a look at the Ryzen 5 2600X and 2600 to see which one you should get to power your rig. There's an article examining NVIDIA DLSS and what we can expect from it, and whether it's worth buying one of the new GeForce RTX cards for it as a primary feature. Wrapping things up today is a review of the Shuttle XPC Slim Barebone DH310, packed with a ton of performance, including Intel Coffee Lake, in a small and power efficient design. CPUs Ryzen 5 2600X vs. 2600: Which should you buy? @ TechSpot Video Cards NVIDIA DLSS: An Early Investigation @ TechSpot Prebuilts Shuttle XPC Slim Barebone DH310 @ Madshrimps Back to original news post
  18. OCC has a new review posted, as Chris takes a look at the EWin Flash Series Computer Gaming Chair. Check it out below! https://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/ewin_flash_chair_flbr3axl/
  19. The final Friday of September is here, with a couple of items for you to check out. We have a look at the ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2080 Ti, featuring some improvements and modifications to the reference card, including in cooling and noise levels. Our other item for the day shows you how to convert audio and video files using VLC, since it's much more than just a media player. Video Cards ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2080 Ti @ PC Perspective Miscellany How to Convert Audio and Video Files with VLC Media Player @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  20. The week and month are both winding down, but not before we have a couple of items for you to check out today. There's a look at the Gigabyte UD Pro 512GB SSD, offering read speeds of 530MB/s and write speeds of 500MB/s to help push your system up and over the edge of fast performance. Our other item for today examines a multitude of computer mice to determine which one is the best of the year so far. Storage/Hard Drives Gigabyte UD Pro 512GB SSD @ ThinkComputers Mice/Keyboards Best Mouse 2018 @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  21. Tuesday has arrived with a few items for you to check out and help get you through the day. We have a look at the Kingston HyperX Fury RGB SSD, which uses a Marvell controller to give read speeds of 550MB/s and write speeds of 480MB/s while that customizable RGB lighting adds some extra flair to your case. For some more traditional RGB styling, there's a review of the Raijintek Iris 12 RGB Fans with their 120mm size and diffused RGB LEDs in the O-ring to give a stunning look. Oh, and those fans also have a remote to allow you to switch between the 20 different lighting modes. We wrap things up today with a guide on how to remove various shortcuts from within Windows File Explorer for a cleaner and more customized look to Windows 10. Storage/Hard Drives Kingston HyperX Fury RGB SSD @ Benchmark Reviews Cooling Raijintek Iris 12 RGB Fans @ ThinkComputers Miscellany Remove "3D Objects" and Other Shortcuts From Windows 10's File Explorer @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  22. The final week of September is here, with several items for you to check out. We have another look at the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti video cards to really show off what they're capable of, as well as an overclocking guide to see how far they can be pushed. If you need more memory for your PC, then perhaps the Patriot Memory Viper RGB Series DDR4 16GB 3200MHz Kit is for you, especially if you're looking to add some more color to your rig. Wrapping things up today is a review of the Fnatic Flick2 Gaming Mouse, a symmetrical and lightweight model that still has a 12,000 DPI optical sensor packed inside. Video Cards NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 @ Neoseeker NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Overclocking Guide @ TechSpot Memory Patriot Memory Viper RGB Series DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200MHz Kit @ Madshrimps Mice/Keyboards FNATIC Flick2 Gaming Mouse @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  23. Friday has arrived, with a few items for you to check out before the weekend hits. We have a look at the Fnatic STREAK Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, featuring Cherry MX switches, full RGB backlighting, and onboard macro recording, among others, to give you ultimate control. If you're instead after something to help that other means of controlling your games, then perhaps the Fnatic Asphalt and Focus 2 Mouse Mats are for you, as both feature a cloth top and non-slip grip to keep them planted, with the Focus 2 also coming in different sizes to better match your desk. We wrap things up with some comfort, as the Sunmae Gaming Chair gets put to the test to see how it compares against more expensive gaming-specific computer chairs. Keyboards/Mice Fnatic STREAK Mechanical Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews Mouse Pads Fnatic Asphalt & Focus 2 Mouse Mat @ Benchmark Reviews Miscellany Sunmae Gaming Chair @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
  24. Yesterday, NVIDIA launched its new GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti video cards. These new cards take full advantage of ray tracing technology to bring even more life to games, just it'll take some time before games are able to utilize it and the other new tech in the cards. It's certainly something to prepare you for the future, as these cards should be able to handle whatever you throw at it with ease, even at 4K resolutions. These cards are not cheap, however, as the RTX 2080 arrives in the $800 range and the 2080 Ti in the $1,200 range for the Founders Editions. There should be slightly more affordable versions from NVIDIA's partners, but just know that it's a big investment regardless. Now, time to see what these cards can do, so hit up the links below! NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Founders Edition @ OCC NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 & 2080 Ti @ TechSpot NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti @ PC Perspective NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 & RTX 2080 Ti @ Bjorn3D GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & 2080 Mega Benchmark @ TechSpot Back to original news post
  25. Tuesday has arrived, with a couple of items for you to check out. We have a look at the AMD Athlon 200GE, an extremely affordable CPU running on the Zen architecture that could be perfect for those needing something cost and power efficient. Our other item for the day is a review of the Toshiba OCZ RC100 240GB SSD, which is a more affordable NVMe SSD that ditches the DRAM approach for Host Memory Buffer and a PCIe x2 instead of x4 interface for slightly slower read and write speeds that are still two to three times faster than SATA. CPUs AMD Athlon 200GE @ TechSpot Storage/Hard Drives Toshiba OCZ RC100 240GB SSD @ ThinkComputers Back to original news post
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