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Samsung 870 EVO Review

Samsung returns with its latest SATA SSD, the Samsung 870 EVO. Coming in at an impressively reasonable cost for the performance, should this be your next SSD? Find out in our review.


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AMD Ryzen 9 5950X CPU Review

Last month, we reviewed the Ryzen 5 5600X and Ryzen 9 5900X and were impressed at the performance per dollar. Today, we're looking at the king of the hill: the Ryzen 9 5950X. With a suggested price of $799, is this the high-end CPU you've been waiting for? Find out in our review.


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ADATA XPG Levante 240mm CPU Cooler Review

The XPG Levante 240mm AIO CPU Cooler comes to market at $139 with a slick looks and, as our author says, one of the easiest installs he's had in years. Is it worth a buy? Find out in our review!


NZXT Launches N7 Z490 ATX Motherboard and It's So Clean

NZXT just announced its latest motherboard, the N7 Z490. Available in Black or White, it seems designed to blend into the case for a gorgeously clean aesthetic. It supports the latest generation of Intel CPUs, features dual M.2 slots for high-speed NVMe storage, as well as innovative fan and RGB control.


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XPG BattleCruiser Super Mid-Tower Review

Looking for an innovating, fully featured, and great looking case? ADATA may have you covered with the XPG Battlecruiser Super Mid-Tower chassis. Read on for our full review.


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Corsair H150i ELITE CAPELLIX AIO CPU Cooler Review

Corsair is on a hot streak with their releases! We got our hands on Corsair's biggest and baddest new all-in-one liquid cooler, the 360mm H150i ELITE CAPELLIX! Let's see if this is Corsair's new king of cool.


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Corsair iCUE 4000X Case Review

Corsair's new 4000-series of iCUE-enabled PC cases gives elite form and function at a reasonable price with options. Read on for our full review.


Nvidia Announces RTX 3070, 3080, and 3090 Graphics Cards

The cat's out of the bag: Nvidia has officially revealed its next generation of graphics cards, beginning with the RTX 3080 on September 17th and the RTX 3070 in October. Also announced, but without pricing or availability, was the massive RTX 3090, an incredible, triple-slot GPU Nvidia claims can support 8K gameplay at 60 FPS, as well as several exciting software developments.