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ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Review

After two years running with GTX 10 series, NVIDIA finally launched the Turing-based GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti last month. At the heart of NVIDIA's new series is the RTX Technology, which brings real-time ray tracing in games. Though not everything on your screen will be ray traced, but some of the objects are; and...

Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Gaming Keyboard Review

When comes to mechanical gaming keyboard, Corsair K-series probably the most renowned keyboard come to mind, and the K70 bring the most popular in the line-up. I am personally still using the original VENGEANCE K70 bought back in 2013 and which still hold up great without any issue. But in past few years’ keyboards and switches have evolved with...

ASUS MAXIMUS XI Hero Z390 Motherboard Review

The ASUS ROG Motherboard line didn’t need any introduction, and the Hero has always been the sweet spot as it offers pretty much everything without costing too much. As we already saw from our previous review, Z390 chipset is just a refresh of Z370 chipset rather than something brand new chipset, only improvements are including native USB 3.1 Gen2...

XANOVA JUTURNA-U 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

Without a good quality gaming headset, gameplay is not imaginable. If You Can’t hear where your enemies are or from which direction the gunshot executed you can’t beat your enemies in the game, that’s why a good quality gaming headset play a crucial role for a true gameplay experience. Today we pick up Xanova’s Juturna U Gaming headset to see...

Intel Core i7-9700K with MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard Review

With AMD Ryzen keep pushing Intel for CPU core race, and with mainstream 8 core offing by AMD, Intel finally has come out with its own 8 core CPUs in the mainstream market as 9th generation Coffee Lake refresh, with three new CPUs i5-9600K, i7-9700K and i9-9900K with up to 8 cores and 16 threads, up to 5.0 GHz...

BenQ Zowie XL2546 240Hz Gaming Monitor Review

Buying a good quality gaming monitor is getting really tuff because now these days brands are coming with their Gaming Monitor with eye-catching tech specs, curved screen, massive resolution. But after getting one of them will it really satisfying your gaming need that’s a really big question. As we know professional E-Sports players don’t run behind high resolution and...

Zebronics Max Plus Mechanical Keyboard Review

One of the must-have things for a gaming setup is a mechanical keyboard not only it helps to improve gameplay but also as a typer perspective typing experience on a mechanical keyboard is really good. But mechanical keyboards don't come cheap they are way more expensive than a good quality membrane keyboard. That's why we bring a detailed review...

AMD Ryzen 5 2400G with MSI B350 Gaming Plus and B350 PRO-VDH Review

AMD Ryzen became a huge success for AMD and it has been just a matter of time that AMD will bring Ryzen powered APU with Vega graphics. The Ryzen 3 2200G and the Ryzen 5 2400G launched a few months back but, we decided not to review it right away because we know the drivers will not be up...

ASUS BRT-AC828 AC2600 Business Router Review

We already reviewed quite a few ASUS routers, though all of them are designed for home/ consumer use, but, what if you want something that can offer more, the ASUS BRT-AC828 is the one you need. ASUS BRT-AC828 is designed for the business environment and packs all the networking features and reliability that a business or professional people may...

Cooler Master MasterAir MA620P Cooler Review

These days’ people are more geared towards AIO coolers, but Air cooler still offer better value and reliability. Cooler Master is known for their cooler expertise, and the Hyper air cooler series (including Hyper 212X) is one of the most iconic air coolers out in the market for years’ now. The MasterAir series is the next-gen air cooler from...

ASUS TUF B450M-Plus Gaming Review

AMD launched its Ryzen+ Pinnacle Ridge processors back in April along with X470 motherboards. That’s good for Ryzne 7 and 5, but for Ryzen 5 and 3 G-edition with Vega 11 graphics, many people were waiting for B450M motherboards to come out. As X470 is too expensive for these CPUs also AMD yet to launch Ryzen 3 2000 series....

AMD Ryzen with RX Vega Gaming Build Review

We did an Intel Coffee gaming build review a few months back and many of you guys were asking to make an AMD Ryzen gaming build too, so here are we with an all AMD gaming build review featuring Ryzen 7 2700X and Vega 64. Unlike last time, we are trying to hit a specific budget this time so,...

MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Review

After the high success of the first edition of Ryzen, AMD brings the next installment as Ryzen+ (Pinnacle Ridge), which is improved variant of the original Ryzen CPUs, the new Ryzen+ processors are built on a new 12nm process to improve efficiency and higher clock speeds. The new CPUs are accompanied by new X470 chipset. The new Zen+ processors...

ASUS ROG STRIX B360-F Gaming Motherboard Review

Even though Intel has released Coffee Lake CPUs back in October with whole range with six cores on Core i5 and i7 parts also Core i3 with quad-core, but the problem was they only worked with 300-series chipset and only the Z370 was available, which are not budget motherboards, so user didn’t have much choice if want to buy...

ASUS ROG STRIX EVOLVE Gaming Mouse Review

ASUS ROG gaming mouse line counties to grow with adding more option for gamers and they already offer a customizable mouse with changeable left and right switches and with new ROG STRIX EVOLVE offing an ambidextrous design with changeable body penal for different shape based on left or right-hand use.  Other than customizable shape, STRIX EVOLVE features an optical...

Cooler Master Hyper H410R Cooler Review

Most of the time we reviewed coolers that’s are design for more high-end CPUs and overclocking, but not everyone wants or have such needs. So today we are checking out an entry level Air cooler from Cooler Master that design to replace stock heatsinks. The Hyper series by Cooler Master has hosted many great coolers in the past like...

ASUS ROG STRIX RX Vega 64 O8G Gaming Review

Even though AMD launched its RX VEGA 56 and 64 almost six months ago, still due to less availability and cryptocurrency mining, making getting an AMD card very difficult so we didn’t get the chance to check any new VEGA card. Also, the Vega cards suffer from an issue with drivers from AMD. The driver that finally worked correctly...

Cooler Master Masterliquide Maker 240 Review

Cooler Master one of the most renowned company when comes to CPU coolers and their Masterliquide series offers some of the most well build All-in-one CPU coolers, but one area where they are lacking was DIY liquid CPU coolers. With more people started looking ahead of standard AIO coolers, the need for a beginner’s custom loop kits are growing,...

ASUS ROG PUGIO Gaming Mouse Review

ASUS ROG gaming mouse line has mature over time and now includes many different types of the mouse too pleased any gamers no matter what they want. We have reviewed some of them, and we recently reviewed Gladius II was very well built and performing mouse, still it not for everyone as it is a right-handed mouse only and...

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and MSI X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Review

After Ryzen success, AMD took the next step to the high-end desktop market for the first time with its Ryzen Threadripper and X399 Chipset platform. Up until now, Intel’s X series platform was unchallenged in the high-end consumer platform. The AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper family is based on the AMD EPYC processors, but for a consumer platform. Currently Threadripper family...