The sound of a Cloud in Flight from HyperX

Subject: General Tech | July 24, 2018 - 04:17 PM |
Tagged: audio, wireless, hyperx, headset, headphones, gaming, Cloud Flight

Back in the early months of this year Sebastian judged the HyperX Cloud Flight gaming headset worthy of an Editors Choice Award thanks to their comfort and usability.  It has been a while since then, but that is no reason not to revist them, especially as different ears will have different experiences.  The Tech Report just tested these out, contrasting their performance to the Cloud Alpha headset they were impressed by.  Check out their thoughts on this wireless headset in their full review.

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"HyperX's Cloud Flight takes the company's considerable experience building gaming headsets and applies it to a set of wireless cans for the first time. We cupped our ears with the Cloud Flight's memory-foam padding to see what a cord-free gaming experience can be."

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July 25, 2018 | 11:49 AM - Posted by ThatOverclockingMadManIsAtItAgain (not verified)

Buildzoid is testing(1) out the Ryzen 5 2400G Zen/Integrated Vega 11 and his results with tessellation on is better than others with tessellation off. He is also testing with different RAM kits, and he wishes he coud get his hands on a 2200G for some better comparsions against that also! Donate and more things will get proper and thorough testing the Bulidzoid way!

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"Ryzen 5 2400G overclocking results.
Actually Hardcore Overclocking"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijSSeXzwRXY

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