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Not too long ago we reviewed Asus’s new line of ROG Strix AMD based video cards the RX 580 and RX 570 and we came away rather impressed. Today we will be looking at their RX 560 Video card. The Radeon RX 560 is the newest entry to the RX 500 series and is designed for the more budget conscience gamer. The ROG Strix RX 560 utilizes 4GB of GDDR5 memory with 1024 stream processors and 16 compute units. It ships with 1326MHz core clock speed, and has 1750MHz memory clock speed which is connected to a 128-bit memory interface. These specifications are roughly half that of the larger RX 570.
Installing cooling fans on your PC chassis can be tricky particularly if go for high-RPM fans or installing on thin aluminum panels. In such scenarios, the fan could produce vibrations that would produce noise and to some extent could lead to damaging your hardware. Fortunately, Noctua got something to address such issues with their NA-SAV3 and NA-SAV4 anti-vibration mounts.
As the PC Enthusiast community grows, the water cooling community grows with it. You see it on the online forums and Facebook groups, as more and more people are trying their hands at custom water cooling. Not only can you customize your PC to fit your personal taste, but the performance increase is well worth the effort. Custom water cooling offers much lower temperatures, and increased performance.
There are few names in custom PC water cooling industry as well known and well respected as Swiftech. Since 1994, Swiftech has cemented themselves as one of the best names in the business. Swiftech recently offered us their KOMODO GTX 1080 Ti full cover blocks for review. This block is designed for the Founders Edition GTX 1080 Ti. Their KOMODO series was one of the first water blocks to offer full PCB coverage. This will help, since the Founders Edition tends to run hot. So, how well did the KOMODO GTX 1080 Ti block do? Let’s find out.
MSI’s M7 moniker has been anchoring its Enthusiast Gaming line-up of motherboards since the Intel Z170 days of a few years ago, through the more recent Z270 update, and now on to Intel’s top dog X299 Platform. The “M” suffix stands for ‘Master’ and gives everything you need to master the next level in gaming. From supporting the fastest processors, storage and memory, to gaming oriented Audio, WiFi and LAN solutions, MSI’s X299 Gaming M7 ACK provides the basis for the best gaming experience on the market. Should this be the first board you look at on your way to Intel’s X299 platform? We are about to find out.
SilverStone has been one of those brands that’s consistent with build quality and aesthetics through all the series they offer. Gamers and enthusiasts would really find SilverStone cases adequate for any build be it a high-performance gaming PC or truly spectacular modded PC setup. One of their cases that seem to have a good balance of aesthetics and features is the SilverStone Redline Series and today we would be looking at the RL06. Follow us today as we check out the SilverStone RL06 desktop chassis.
The X299 Aorus Gaming 3 is Gigabyte’s entry level X299 gaming motherboard. There is support 7th Generation Intel Core HEDT processors. The either DDR4 quad channel memory slots can handle up to 164GB and at speeds up to 4400Mhz and beyond. There’s dual Turbo M.2 with transfer speeds up to 32 Gb/s and eight SATA ports. A total of seven rear USB 3.1 Type- A ports are complimented with an additional USB 3.1 Type-C port and multiple mid-board USB headers