AOC 90-series review: business-like and nice for home

AOC positions their new 90-series directly opposite of comparable Iiyama models, with which it chooses quite the competitor in the market for affordable business monitors. We tested three models in this new series.

  • AOC 90-series review: business-like and nice for home

    AOC 90-series review: business-like and nice for home

    Review - Friday 12/08/2017 - 11:59 PM

    AOC 90-series review: business-like and nice for home If you cannot suppress a yawn when reading the word 'business', it is very understandable: it is a synonym for 'boring' more often than not. Nevertheless there are products that are meant for the business market, that can still be very interesting for end users at home. A good example of this are the new AOC 90-series monitors, that we test in this article. We take a closer look at the AOC I2490PXQU, I2790PQU and the Q2790PQU.  Read more

  • 13 USB 3.0 gigabit adapters review: lifelines

    13 USB 3.0 gigabit adapters review: lifelines

    Review - Wednesday 12/06/2017 - 11:59 PM

    13 USB 3.0 gigabit adapters review: lifelines Whatever your next laptop may be, it might be thinner and lighter than your current one. The laptops become more portable, but this trend often comes at the price of connections. Oftentimes, it is the network cable input that gets removed. Because it is still quite useful in some situations, we have tested 13 USB 3.0 gigabit adaptors. Read more

  • Goodram Iridium Pro 960GB review: Polish SSD

    Goodram Iridium Pro 960GB review: Polish SSD

    Review - Sunday 12/03/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Goodram Iridium Pro 960GB review: Polish SSD There are a lot of manufacturers and sellers of products with flash memory, such as usb-sticks, SSDs and sd-cards. We are all familiar with the big names like Samsung, Kingston and Sandisk, but recently we received a product from Goodram for the first time. This brand is working steadily in mainly the European market which makes us curious about what the Iridium Pro 960GB SSD has to offer.   Read more

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    18 X299 motherboards review: battle for first

    Review - Tuesday 11/28/2017 - 11:59 PM

    18 X299 motherboards review: battle for first In June Intel introduced a new series of high-end processors using the codenamed Skylake-X. These new CPUs are accompanied by a new socket and with that comes a new platform as well. In this round-up we compare 18 Intel X299-motherboards that passed through our test lab. Read more

  • F1 2017 review: tested with 21 graphics cards

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    Review - Sunday 11/26/2017 - 11:59 PM

    F1 2017 review: tested with 21 graphics cards Driving in an actual F1 car is not an option for many people, however a series of racing games has been available for years for those who still want a similar experience. The newest iteration, F1 2017, was recently released and tested by us in combination with no less than 21 graphics cards from AMD and Nvidia.  Read more

  • 13 AC1900 routers review: mid-range WiFi

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    Review - Friday 11/24/2017 - 11:59 PM

    13 AC1900 routers review: mid-range WiFi It’s been a while since we’ve last had a look at the developments in the world of routers, so we thought it’s high time we took another look at it. What options do you get for a budget of 116 dollars to 232 dollars these days and what can you expect from a model of this price range? Read more

  • Wooting One review: keyboards from the Netherlands

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    Review - Wednesday 11/22/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Wooting One review: keyboards from the Netherlands The Dutch start-up Wooting have received more than 135 thousand euro to develop their Wooting One keyboard. With its analogue input, it may bring about a keyboard revolution. We are one of the first to review this unique mechanical keyboard. Read more

  • Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 review: green entry-level card

    Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 review: green entry-level card

    Review - Tuesday 11/21/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 review: green entry-level card In the entry-level segment of graphics cards the GT 730 was a popular choice for a long time. Now that the Pascal-architecture is running at full speed, Nvidia completed their product portfolio by releasing a new entry-level card: the GeForce GT 1030.  Read more

  • 16 gaming monitors review: beyond 144Hz

    16 gaming monitors review: beyond 144Hz

    Review - Sunday 11/19/2017 - 11:59 PM

    16 gaming monitors review: beyond 144Hz The options available have never been more plentiful in the search for a gaming monitor. Nowadays we don’t just get the choice of different monitor sizes and resolutions, but also higher refresh rates. The first models capable of displaying 240 frames per second are by now available. You will find those and an additional 12 models with 24 and 27 inch screens in this review.  Read more

  • Project Cars 2 review: benchmarks with 23 graphics cards

    Project Cars 2 review: benchmarks with 23 graphics cards

    Review - Friday 11/17/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Project Cars 2 review: benchmarks with 23 graphics cards Last month finally saw the release of the much anticipated successor to Project Cars. This latest instalment is one of the prettiest racing games out there, but will you require a beast of a PC to run it? We benchmarked 23 graphics cards on Full HD, WQHD and 4K resolutions to see how Project Cars 2 holds up. We’ll also check how the different weather types will affect performance, how well the game runs on AMD’s Ryzen platform and if CrossFire and SLI scale well. Read more

  • All-round Deluxe PC - November 2017

    All-round Deluxe PC - November 2017

    PC Buyer's Guide - Thursday 11/16/2017 - 08:00 AM

    All-round Deluxe PC - November 2017 The all-round Deluxe PC will last you a few years without requiring any upgrades. It is a bit more expensive, but is very complete as well. Using the internet, gaming, business applications, photo and video editing - all of these are possible on a good all-round PC, and you should never feel that you are lacking in performance for any of those activities. This means a good processor and graphic... Read more

  • Team TForce Cardea NVMe SSD 240GB review: cooled SSD

    Team TForce Cardea NVMe SSD 240GB review: cooled SSD

    Review - Wednesday 11/15/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Team TForce Cardea NVMe SSD 240GB review: cooled SSD The M.2 size standard for SSDs is the result of trying to fit hard drives into the ever-slimming laptops without compromising on the bandwidth. Within the world of desktops, this new standard causes a heating issue as the modules are placed flat on the motherboard, where there is little airflow. Team appear to have a solution in their new Cardea-SSD. Read more

  • eSports games performance: a look in the world of professional gaming

    eSports games performance: a look in the world of professional gaming

    Review - Monday 11/13/2017 - 11:59 PM

    eSports games performance: a look in the world of professional gaming Gaming has not been just a hobby for a long time now. Millions of prize money is on the line in worldwide competitions for games such as CS:Go Overwatch and Dota 2. These so-called eSports games aren't known to be graphical masterpieces, however a very high frame rate is crucial for many pro-gamers. It's high time we take a look at what you need to achieve such frame rates. Read more

  • Intel Gaming PC - November 2017

    Intel Gaming PC - November 2017

    PC Buyer's Guide - Saturday 11/11/2017 - 07:00 AM

    Intel Gaming PC - November 2017 This computer system is specifically geared towards gaming at WQHD resolution. That means a PC with a high-end graphics card and a processor that is fast enough to support the GPU, but also a fast monitor to display the rendered frames in the best way. Because there is much discussion about whether an AMD or an Intel processor should be inside a gaming rig, we split up our system advices. You'r... Read more

  • AMD Radeon RX 550 review: New (entry) card on the block

    AMD Radeon RX 550 review: New (entry) card on the block

    Review - Friday 11/10/2017 - 11:59 PM

    AMD Radeon RX 550 review: New (entry) card on the block On Hardware.info you'll find the latest high-end hardware news, but developments in the budget segment are equally interesting. Fresh in from AMD, we'll look at the AMD Radeon RX 550, based on the new Polaris 12 GPU with only 512 stream processors. We’ll see what it’s capable of by looking at the Gigabyte RX 550 Gaming OC. Read more

  • Sandisk Ultra 3D & WD Blue 3D 1TB SSD review

    Sandisk Ultra 3D & WD Blue 3D 1TB SSD review

    Review - Tuesday 11/07/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Sandisk Ultra 3D & WD Blue 3D 1TB SSD review The step to 3D NAND did not go swimmingly for all manufacturers, but for Sandisk and parent company WD the time is finally ripe to use the third generation BiCS flash memory in products. We tested both Sandisk Ultra 3D as well as the WD Blue 3D and will tell you the differences between the two in this review, as well as whether or not you should purchase them.  Read more

  • Entry-level PC - November 2017

    Entry-level PC - November 2017

    PC Buyer's Guide - Tuesday 11/07/2017 - 08:00 AM

    Entry-level PC - November 2017 Our guidelines for the Entry-level PC category are as follows. The entire computer system, excluding OS, should not exceed $500. Its primary, but not only, function is to provide a smooth and enjoyable online experience. This means that the cheapest processors won’t be enough, as modern web pages and internet applications do demand some processing power. Additionally, the system has to be able... Read more

  • Seasonic Prime Gold & Platinum review: gold with platinum characteristics

    Seasonic Prime Gold & Platinum review: gold with platinum characteristics

    Review - Sunday 11/05/2017 - 11:59 PM

    Seasonic Prime Gold & Platinum review: gold with platinum characteristics Mid last year Seasonic introduced the technical high level Prime Titanium power supplies, which we were very happy about. At the start of this year the brand released versions that are more affordable; these Prime-models are still high-end power supplies, but Gold and Platinum certified. They are available in different variants; we tested all of them for this article.  Read more

  • Cooler Master Cosmos C700P review: Big and versatile

    Cooler Master Cosmos C700P review: Big and versatile

    Review - Saturday 11/04/2017 - 12:59 AM

    Cooler Master Cosmos C700P review: Big and versatile Earlier this year Cooler Master carefully blew new life into their Cosmos series with the release of the special 25th Anniversary Edition of the Cosmos II. The result was an elegant case, that unfortunately was somewhat dated due to its old roots. However, some time ago Cooler Master released the completely new Cosmos C700P: a high-end case that, although it is clearly related to its illustrious predecessors, it is entirely up-to-date. Read more

  • Biostar Racing X370GT3 review: pole position?

    Biostar Racing X370GT3 review: pole position?

    Review - Friday 11/03/2017 - 12:59 AM

    Biostar Racing X370GT3 review: pole position? Whenever we discuss motherboards, we'll mostly be looking at models from the four big names, so we're always excited whenever we get a sample from a different, smaller manufacturer. Biostar introduced boards for AMD's Ryzen CPU series, of which we could test the Biostar Racing X370GT3. Is there new and unexpected competition?  Read more

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