Subject: Motherboards | October 9, 2015 - 06:00 PM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: Z170, Skylake, ROG, overclocking, motherboard, Maximus VIII Extreme, lga1151, asus
While a little less flashy looking than some of the performance motherboards we’ve seen lately, opting for an understated gray/red color scheme over a black PCB, there is nothing subtle about the new Maximus VIII Extreme. From the specs it looks to be the most overbuilt gaming/overclocking motherboard possible for the Intel Z170 chipset, and that’s exactly what the ROG Extreme motherboards are made for.
Here are the (very lengthy) specifications:
- CPU: LGA1151 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3/Pentium®/Celeron®
- CPU Cache Ratio Tuning
- Turbo Ratio OC
- BCLK OC (Pro-Clock)
- iGPU OC
- DRAM: Spec supported 4x DIMM, max. 64GB
- DDR4 3866(O.C.) non-ECC, un-buffered memory, XMP 2.0
- Extreme Overclocking
- OC Zone: Retry button, Safe Boot button, LN2 mode, Slow Mode switch, Probelt, PCIe x16 lane switch, DRAM channel jumper
- OC Gadget: OC Panel II
- OC Design: ASUS PRO Clock Technology
- Optimize System
- Power Design: Extreme Engine Digi+
- DRAM Layout: 2nd Generation T-Topology
- Performance Optimization
- Intel® Quick Sync Video
- Intel® Smart Response Technology
- USB 3.1 Boost
- HW Fast Boot support
- Network: Intel® I219-V NIC with LANGuard Anti-surge
- Network bandwidth management: GameFirst III + GameFirst IV (Beta)
- Intel® Rapid Start Technology
- Intel® Smart Connect Technology
- Expansion Slots:
- PCIex16 @ x16 - 1x Max. @Gen3
- PCIex16 @ x4 - 1x Max. @Gen3
- PCIex16 @ x8/x4 - 1x Max. @Gen3
- PCIex16 @ x4 - 1x Max. @Gen3 via PCH
- PCIex1 @ x1 - 2x Max. @Gen3
The included OC Panel II fits in an open 5.25” bay
- BIOS: CPU-Free Update/USB BIOS Flashback/UEFI Level Update/EZ Flash 3/BIOS Flash Protection/CrashFree BIOS 3
- BIOS feature:
- All fans including pump header are DC and PWM mode compatible
- Wizard for simple OC and RAID
- SSD Secure Erase
- My Favorite & Shortcut
- Boot Logo Size Adjustment
- F12 BIOS Print
- Power Solution:
- Full Digital 8 Phase CPU Power Design
- 4 Phase for iGPU
- 2 Phase Digital DRAM Power Design with ASUS DRAM Power Utility
- System Agent Power: 1 Phase for VCCSA
- Extreme Engine Digi+
- Dual PWM Controllers, 1 for Vcore, 1 for VGT
- 10K Black Metallic Capacitors
- MicroFine Alloy Chokes
- OptiMOS™ MOSFET
- Real-time adjustment: ASUS DIGI+ Power Control Utility
- Anti-Surge Protection
- Mass Storage:
- 1x M.2 socket 3 with M Key; Supporting form factor 2242, 2260, 2280, 22110, PCIe 3.0 x4 and SATA mode, PCIe RAID
- 1x U.2 connector (sharing PCIe with M.2)
- 2x SATA Express via PCH (SATA-E 1 share SATA with M.2)
- 8x SATA 6Gbps (2 via PCH native; 4 via SATA-E; 2 via ASM1061)
- RAID: RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 via iRST 14
- USB Support:
- 4x 3.1 (1 Type-A and 1 Type-C via Intel Alpine Ridge; 2 Type-A via Asmedia USB 3.1 controller)
- 4x USB 3.0 (4 rear, 4 mid) via PCH
- 6x USB 2.0 - 6 mid via PCH, two shared with ROG extension (ROG_EXT) port
- Bundled Software
- AI Suite 3 (Real-Time OC); ROG GameFirst III + GameFirst IV (Beta); ROG Keybot II; RAMCache; ROG RAMDisk; USB 3.1 Boost; ROG CPU-Z; ROG MemTweakIt; Lighting Control
Pricing and availability were not immediately available.
Subject: General Tech | October 7, 2015 - 09:45 AM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: msi, GK-701, gaming keyboard, cherry mx brown
MSI has a new mechanical gaming keyboard available, and the GK-701 features MSI’s black and red "Dragon" styling with red LED backlighting for each key, and uses Cherry MX Brown switches.
MSI is emphasizing the quality of their build with this new keyboard, stating that each key “is created with precision laser etching for extra resistance to wear and tear”, and the red LED backlight for each key is rated for “over 50 million key presses”. Additionally, the GK-701 offers a braided USB cable with a 18K gold plated connector, and there is a set of multimedia hotkeys and a game mode that disables the Windows Key. As this is a mechanical keyboard one of the biggest aspects is of course key switch selection, and the Cherry MX Brown switches MSI has chosen for the GK-701 offer a tactile “non-clicky” feel that some prefer.
GK-701 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard specs from MSI:
- Cherry MX Brown switches
- Red LED Backlight
- Windows Key Lock
- N-Key Rollover
- Multimedia Hotkeys
- Anti-slip Rubber Feet
- Ergonomic Design
- USB 2.0 connection
- Braided wire and gold-plated connector
- Switches lifetime: 50 Million Clicks
- Dimensions: 450 x 165 x 38mm, 1200g weight
The MSI GK-701 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is available now and currently selling on Newegg.com for $119.99.
It's like Legos for the working man
Way back in January of 2015 at CES we were shown a new line of accessories from Lenovo called ThinkPad Stack. The company is targeting the professional user on the go with a collection of four devices that can be used together in a stackable form that offers up some impressive capability and function in a small package, though it does come with a business-user markup.
Last week Lenovo sent us a full set of the ThinkPad Stack devices including a portable router, external USB 3.0 hard drive, Bluetooth speaker and external battery. With a price tag totaling nearly $400 for the entire set, there is a pretty high expectation for functionality, build quality and usability that Lenovo needs to hit, and they do a better job than I expected (honestly) to hit it. You don't have to buy all of the available Stack accessories, and that is part of the charm of the new product line - you can customize them to your own needs.
Though it's not for everyone, I do find myself enjoying the idea of Lenovo's ThinkPad Stack products and how it enables the mobile professional. Let's take a look at what it is, how it works and if it's something you need.
Subject: General Tech | October 6, 2015 - 08:20 PM | Scott Michaud
Tagged: Starcraft II, starcraft, blizzard, pc gaming, legacy of the void
And oh boy is it a big one. Turning on the Battle.net launcher automatically downloads about 14GB worth of StarCraft II code and content. The patch includes the new user interface that we reported on earlier, but it also opens the Whispers of Oblivion prequel campaign for Legacy of the Void to the masses, changes the file format of game content to CASC, which might explain the huge download, and gives the option of a 64-bit game executable, and more.
About the CASC format, it was introduced in Heroes of the Storm and Warlords of Draenor as a method of storing content. It should be faster, more error resistant, easier to patch, and easier to extend the functionality of. I'm not sure how this will affect modders, authorized or otherwise, but I'm guessing that Blizzard is happy to deprecate a 20 year-old format. I'm not sure if they're migrating the content from MPQ to CASC on the client machine, or just re-downloading the content in the new format, but a 14GB patch is doing something. Lastly, this new format and the 64-bit launcher might even allow for bigger games and mods. If anyone has any experience with modding Blizzard games, be sure to leave a note in the comments, even anonymously.
Legacy of the Void will arrive on November 10th.
Subject: General Tech | October 8, 2015 - 06:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: cherry mx brown, G.Skill, ripjaws, KM780, input, mechanical keyboard
G.SKILL has extended their Ripjaws family beyond RAM with the introduction of the KM780, a mechanical keyboard sporting some unique features. For lighting enthusiasts the Cherry MX Brown keys are clear instead of black which allows the backlighting to show through significantly more than on other boards. There is a bar at the back of the keyboard which adds an interesting aesthetic and allows for a cord holder to be incorporated into the design. As well, not only can you program macros using the software there are keys which can be depressed to allow you to program a macro on the fly while playing a game. The lighting is perhaps a bit much for some but if you are a fan of keyboards that are seen and not heard you should check out the full review at Overclockers Club.
"Upon first look at the KM780, I was taken aback by the design. The bars looked odd to me, but in use they didn't bother me, in fact I had many ideas as to possible uses for them including using them as tie downs for traveling, such as to LAN parties, and for locking the keyboard down to a surface using clamps on the bars – great for systems where the keyboard will move a lot such as gaming PC chair rigs."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- TteSports Commander Gaming Gear Combo Keyboard & Mouse @ eTeknix
- Element Gaming Beryllium Mechanical Gaming Keyboard @ eTeknix
- E-Blue Mazer K727 Mechanical Keyboard @ Modders-Inc
- Evoluent VerticalMouse 4 Review @ Hardware Secrets
Subject: General Tech | October 7, 2015 - 02:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gaming, far cry primal, ubisoft
Far Cry Primal was announced and it is even more console-centric than the previous release, seeing as how the PC launch will be a month after its initial release. We can only hope that Ubisoft does spend time making sure that high end PCs do have graphic features that take advantage of the power provided by new GPUs. As for the gameplay it should be interesting as there will be no more machine guns and fancy pistols, you will be stabbing mammoths with pointy sticks and running for your life from sabretooth tigers. It also sounds as though eating enough food and other features common to the plethora of survival sims will be included, making this very different from previous games. Check out the trailer and screenshots at Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN if you haven't seen them yet.
"Ubisoft attempted to announce Far Cry Primal [official site] with a tantalising livestream, which was rather spoiled by a brief leak of the game’s name and basic details. Now we know more, including proper trailers, screenshots, and a release date… which will see the game land on PC the month after it’ll arrive on console."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Trailer Breakdown: EVERYTHING Is Brilliant About The Coast Guard Trailer @ Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN
- Master of Orion Trailer Gives First Look At Combat @ Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN
- Cyberpunk “Bigger Than Anything CD Projekt Has Done” @ Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN
- PC system requirements for Star Wars: Battlefront published @ HEXUS
- Team Fortress 2 Marks Halloween With Alien Invasion @ Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN
- Deus Ex Is 15, So Here’s Cartoon Denton & Jensen @ Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN
- Fallout: Autumn Leaves New Vegas Mod @ nexus mods
Subject: Displays | October 13, 2015 - 12:24 PM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: acer, Predator X34, gaming monitor, 34-inch, ips, g-sync, curved lcd, 3440x1440
The new Acer Predator X34 claims a “world's first” as a curved 34-inch IPS G-SYNC gaming monitor, and from appearance to specs the new display looks very impressive.
- Curved 34-inch IPS 21:9 ultra-wide QHD display
- 3440x1440 @ 60 Hz resolution
- 4 ms response time
- 100,000,000:1 max contrast ratio
- 300 cd/m2 brightness
- 1.07 billion colors (10-bit)
- 100% sRGB
- Panel supports overclocking to 100Hz
- NVIDIA G-SYNC technology
- Two 7W speakers enhanced with DTS Sound
- Zero frame design maximizes viewing area
- Tilt from –5 to +35 degrees, height adjustments up to 5 inches
- Connectivity includes HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2, and 4x USB 3.0 ports
The 60 Hz native refresh rate might cause comment, but the adjustable overclocking up to 100 Hz should satisfy those looking for a better high FPS experience, though at 3440x1440 it would be difficult to max out even 60 Hz with the newest games at ultra settings if you're running a single GPU. And if you do play at the highest settings the included NVIDIA G-SYNC variable refresh technology will certainly help with those moments when the game is outputting much less than 60 FPS.
So how much will the new Predator X34 set you back? Acer says the monitor will be available “at leading online retailers in the United States” for a cool $1299.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 8, 2015 - 02:38 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: reeven, ouranos
The previous models of Reeven we have seen reviewed were for SFF systems, the Steropes and Brontes. The Ouranos that Modders-Inc recently reviewed is somewhat larger, though nowhere near the mass of the serious coolers which Morry prefers. It stands at 143x161x95mm (5.6x6.3x3.7") and weighs just over a kilogram at 1030g. The design allowed for the heatsink to be installed in any orientation without interfering with RAM or components close to the socket and the adjustable fan speed lets you chose your own balance between noise and cooling performance. Read on to see the full review.
"There was a time when the prevalent design philosophy for CPU cooler design was "the bigger, the better". That is no longer the case as users now look for smarter implementations that are much more convenient and functional than simply brute-force cooling. Smaller coolers present the advantage of better compatibility with various components so the latest generation of large CPU …"
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- EK-XRES DCP 4.0 PWM combo @ HardwareOverclock
- Swiftech H240-X AIO CPU Cooler @ Modders-Inc
- Deepcool GamerStorm Captain 240 @ Kitguru
- Antec P380 Full Tower Review @ NikKTech
- Streacom F12C @ techPowerUp
- be quiet! Silent Base 600 Window Mid-Tower Chassis @ eTeknix
- BitFenix AEGIS mATX Case Review @ Neoseeker
- be quiet! Silent Base 600 (Windowed) @ Kitguru
- Cougar MX200 Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Mid-Tower Chassis @ eTeknix
- Silverstone ML06-E Mini-ITX HTPC Case @ Benchmark Reviews
Subject: Storage | October 6, 2015 - 07:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Phison PS3110-S10, centon, C-380
The last time we heard from Centon they were using the SandForce 2281 SSD controller, which they have dropped in preference to a Phison controller in their new C-380 series of SSDs. Benchmark Reviews recently reviewed their 480GB model, using MLC NAND and sporting a 4Gb cache of DDR3-1600. The benchmark results were quite varied, sometimes the drive came in at the top of the pack yet other times it was well below average, especially writing to the drive. There is a 1 year warranty on the drive and currently it is on sale at $219 for the 480GB model, down from the list price of $399.99 ... perhaps not a drive to recommend to your friends.
"Centon isn’t a name many enthusiasts will know. I’d never heard of the company myself until this review sample; apparently, they’ve been in business for over 35 years manufacturing DRAM and flash memory products, and have only recently entered the consumer marketplace. The Centon C-380 480GB SSD SATA-III Solid State Drive, part of the “Enthusiast Solutions” series, is the focus of what Benchmark Reviews will be putting through our test suite."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- KingFast 256GB F9 SSD Review @ Madshrimps
- Micron M510DC 480GB SSD Review @ NikKTech
- Plextor M6V 256GB @ Kitguru
- The Ultimate Guide To SSD Benchmark Software @ The SSD Review
Subject: Graphics Cards | October 7, 2015 - 01:51 AM | Sebastian Peak
The latest game bundle for NVIDIA GPU customers offers the buyer a choice between Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege or Assassin’s Creed Syndicate.
To qualify for the free game you need to purchase a GTX 980 Ti, GTX 980, or GTX 970 graphics card. On the mobile side of things purchasing a laptop with GTX 970M or above graphics earns the game.
"It’s the final few months of the year, and as always that means a rush of new triple-A games that promise to excite and delight over the Holiday season. This year, Ubisoft's Assassin’s Creed Syndicate andTom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege are vying for glory. And to ensure the definitive versions are found on PC we’ve teamed up with Ubisoft once again to add NVIDIA GameWorks effects to each, bringing richer, more detailed experiences to your desktop."
The Bullets or Blades bundle is already underway as of 10/06/15, and to qualify for the game codes purchases require the retailer to be participating in this program. Full details are available from NVIDIA here.
Subject: Systems, Mobile | October 13, 2015 - 10:23 AM | Sebastian Peak
Tagged: ROG G752, ROG, Republic of Gamers, notebook, laptop, Intel Core i7, GTX 980M, gaming laptop, asus
ASUS has announced the Republic of Gamers ROG G752, their newest gaming notebook featuring 6th-gen Intel Core i7 mobile processors and graphics cards ranging from the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M to the GTX 980M. The notebook also features NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology for its 17.3-inch matte IPS panel across the three available versions.
ASUS is also advertising the laptop's brand new cooling system, a "3D Vapor Chamber" design:
Temperature uniformity vapor chambers are commonly found alongside high-performance, high-voltage graphics cards to increase cooling efficiency. The ROG-exclusive mobile 3D Vapor Chamber, together with the copper heat pipe, create an effective and efficient cooling system that helps improve GPU performance for smooth and stable gaming. ROG G752 is the world’s first laptop to integrate a vapor chamber into its cooling system.
The ROG G752 offers a new physical design and the new Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme from ASUS, and in addition to the new cooling system the notebooks are equipped with a new "ergonomically-designed" keyboard that features 2.5mm key-travel distance as well as anti-ghosting with 30-key rollover.
Here are the full specifications:
- Processor: 6th-generation Intel Core i7 (Skylake) processor
- Chipset: Mobile Intel CM236
- Memory: DDR4 2133MHz (upgradable to 64GB)
- Display: ROG G752VL / ROG G752VT / ROG G752VY - 17.3in anti-glare FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS LED backlit with NVIDIA G-SYNC
- Graphics card:
- ROG G752VL - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M with 2GB GDDR5 VRAM
- ROG G52VT - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M with 3GB / 6GB GDDR5 VRAM
- ROG G752VY - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M with 4GB / 8GB GDDR5 VRAM
- ROG G752VL - 2.5in SATA 2TB (5400 rpm); 2.5in SATA 1TB (7200 rpm); M.2 PCIe X4 NVME 256GB/128GB SSD
- ROG G752VT/ ROG G752VY - 2.5in SATA 2TB (5400 rpm); 2.5in SATA 1TB (7200 rpm); M.2 PCIe X4 NVME 512GB/256GB/128GB SSD
- Optical drive: DVD Super-Multi / Blu-ray Combo / Blu-ray writer
- Camera: Built-in HD camera with array mic
- Operating system: Windows 10, Windows 10 Professional
- Size: ROG G752VL / ROG G752VT: 428 x 334 x 23 ~ 43mm; ROG G752VY: 428 x 334 x 23 ~ 53mm
- Weight: ROG G752VL / ROG G752VT: 4.06kg (with a 6-cell battery); ROG G752VY: 4.36kg (with a 8-cell battery)
Pricing and availability were not announced, but expect to see the new ROG G752 laptops in the retail channel soon.
Subject: General Tech | October 13, 2015 - 01:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: security, Raspberry Pi
With a Raspberry Pi and a cheap WiFi dongle a researcher has shown an effective way to completely block 2.4Ghz transmissions in a 120 metre radius. By disabling the backoff wait time, aka Short Interframe Space (SIFS), which is accomplished by firmware modification the WiFi dongle will continually resend a frame and block any device with a higher bitrate. This will block WiFI, Bluetooth and most IoT devices including security systems. They did not provide the source code used in this procedure, so you won't be able to block your friends for your own amusement but security researchers can reach out to the inventor for access to see if there are ways to circumvent this vulnerability. The story at The Register also has some information on TKIP vulnerabilities and possible ways to block transmissions on the 5GHz band.
"The wireless security boffin presented his work at the BruCon conference last week and revealed his weapon of choice is a bargain WiFi dongle bought off Amazon that, when paired with a Raspberry Pi and a small amplifier, can block 2.4Ghz transmissions for up to 120 metres."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Microsoft delivers Windows 10 Build 10565 with Skype and Uber integration @ The Inquirer
- The USB Killer, Version 2.0 @ Hack a Day
- Micron pulls up its flash SOCs, slurps up Tidal @ The Register
- Google Cardboard VR gets Street View walkthroughs and updated SDKs @ The Inquirer
- Dell buys out EMC in mega-super-duper $67 BEEELLLION deal @ The Register
- Apple updates iMac line-up with 4K and 5K displays, Skylake processors @ The Inquirer
- Top boffin Freeman Dyson on climate change, interstellar travel, fusion, and more @ The Register
- The Intel Channel Symposium 2015 @ TechARP
Subject: Storage | October 13, 2015 - 09:24 AM | Allyn Malventano
Tagged: XQD, SD, microSD, Lexar, flash, CFast
Lexar (Micron's portable media brand) is known for their versatile flash media readers and lines of portable flash memory products. Today they have updated two of their big SD Card lines. First up is their 2000x (300MB/s) product, which now comes in a 128GB capacity:
As we pointed out in our SD Card Speed Classes, Grades, Bus Modes, and File Systems Explained piece, cameras and video recorders most likely won't use that super high 250MB/s write speed, but emptying a 128GB card at 300MB/s will take only 7 minutes (provided your destination device can write that fast)! This model comes with a small USB 3.0 reader, which makes sense as most systems can't hit 300MB/s with their built-in readers!
Next up is a HUGE capacity introduced in their 633x line:
This model may be less than half the speed of the 2000x part above, but 95 MB/s is not too shabby considering this card can store a half a TB! Write speeds are a bit more limited as well, coming in at 45MB/s. The use case for this card is as a full-time backup slot for capable SLRs, or more commonly (I believe) as a semi-permanent secondary storage addition to Ultrabooks. The cost at $0.54/GB comes in far less than the internal storage upgrade prices of many laptops.
Lexar also updated their CFast lines with faster (3500x / 3600x) models, as well as their XQD lines (1400x / 2933x). Lastly, the Professional Workflow XR2 (XQD 2.0) and UR2 (microSD UHS-II) pods are now available.
Stand by for a review of the 633x 512GB SD Card as we have one in for testing!
Subject: Systems | October 13, 2015 - 03:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: linux, DIY, server farm
Phoronix recently built a server farm and bar, a perfect use for a basement. In building the server farm they learned quite a bit about the process of creating your own server farm as well as the costs involved. For instance their power bill has gone up somewhat, including the air conditioning they are seeing usage of 3,000 kWh a month so you might want to do some calculations before setting up your own. Take a look at how the mostly finished design worked out and if you are interested their is a link to the original article covering the build on the last page.
"It's been just over six months since I completed construction on the large 60+ system server room where a ton of Linux benchmarking takes place just not for Phoronix.com but also the new LinuxBenchmarking.com daily performance tracking initiative and testing and development around our Phoronix Test Suite, Phoromatic, and OpenBenchmarking.org software. Here's a look back, a few recommendations to reiterate for those aspiring to turn their cellar into a server farm, and a few things I'd do differently next time around."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- TechPowerUp 4K Gaming Build Guide @ techPowerUp
- OCUK Titan Electron Intel Core i3 Mini-ITX gaming PC @ Kitguru
- ASRock Beebox Mini PC @ techPowerUp
- Scan 3XS GW-HTX35 Workstation (w/ Quadro M6000) @ Kitguru
Subject: Storage | October 13, 2015 - 06:12 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: synology, DS716+, RT1900AC, DiskStation Manager 6.0
Synology have released the new DiskStation Manager 6.0, which offers support for storage up to a petabyte of disk space, Docker and Virtual DSM instances, better support for 64bit storage and even Apple Watch connectivity. Most of the new features will be more attractive to business users but the software is great for home users that have accumulated a lot of data as well. They have also released a new RT1900AC Wireless Router with software built in to make connections to DSM based devices even better and a new and improved DS716+ disk station. The DS716+ features a four core Braswell processor onboard which is a huge improvement over the previous model and can perform 4K video transcoding in real-time for those who would have a need for that kind of power. Check out more on Synology's recent released over at Techgage.
"Synology prepares for 2016 with refreshes of business and home NAS units, the release of its very first router, and a massive update to its OS, DiskStation Manager. DSM 6.0 introduces Docker and Virtualized environments, and something that’s sure to grab attention, support for Btrfs."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- QNAP TurboNAS TS-453Mini-8G NAS Server Review @ NikKTech
- SK hynix Canvas SL301 500GB SSD @ Kitguru
- Lexar JumpDrive P20 USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Madshrimps
- U.2 (SFF-8639) Connector Insight When Buying The Intel 750 NVMe SSD @ The SSD Review
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