DigitalReviews.Net would like to welcome another new editor to our site. Daniel Mounnarath has been building and tinkering with Gaming PCs since knee high to a grasshopper, which is pretty much how long I have known him. He will be DRN's go to when testing PC components. Welcome aboard!
Let's see what he has to say about the GELID Solutions SubZero M.2 XL.
Millions of people currently are trying to work from home as worldwide lockdowns or self-isolation means to shelter in place.
We’ve seen a rush on PCs as folks realise this new normal could last many months. With it comes a scramble for internet bandwidth as the majority will be binging on Netflix, trying to get their kids do online schooling and getting some meaningful social and work contact happening via the same digital pipeline as well.
Coming to the rescue as a very welcome mobile broadband alternative is the D-Link DWR-956 4G LTE Router.
Read on why we recommend it.
We are by no means the typical PC builders who love to modify their rigs every week but when Corsair sent us their latest SSD as well as a power supply and water cooling unit, we figured that it is high time we build ourselves a kick-ass system that incorporates these components and then some! Our main focus is on the Corsair Series GT 120GB SSD and the HX1050 ATX Power Supply and the H80 Water Cooling unit as well as the Antec TAKE 4 case it’s all housed in and this is how we implemented them.
Samsung made the announcement of the new Chronos series of notebooks a few months ago but availability in Australia was non-existent until very recently. I was happy to see that finally JB hi-fi got these great business notebooks in stock. Today I will give you our first impressions having used this machine for about a week. Hint: it's by far the best business notebook I've had the pleasure to use. And here is why.
This morning I woke up, and felt ready to write my review for the Linutop 4. If you expect some pprp (polished public relations prose) here, I will disappoint you! I am going to write a real life story of what I have experienced, and offer you my opinion from my perspective.
I have taken the Linutop 4 - this great, small example of ict-engineering - for some thorough test drives these last few weeks, and experienced many ups and some downs with it. Testing a system, I like to take it to the limits! In this sequence most tests were positive, a few left me with questions. I also feel I have some ideas to improve the product in the next version.
Having a notebook on your lap can be uncomfortable. The heat from the bottom of the notebook can make your lap warm and it isn't healthy either. Also, using a notebook on your lap isn't the most ergonomic either. For those who might wonder why you might need a notebook cooler when you don't have one to begin with, consider this...heat is one of the primary factors of notebook degradation and failure. No matter if you have a compact, mainstream, or a heavy gaming notebook, heat is an issue and the bottom of the notebook is bound to get warm or sometimes even hot. Today, we will be reviewing one of CoolerMaster's latest notebook coolers, the Notepal U Stand. With an aluminum frame, and moveable fans, we have flexible product that helps to get the most in cooling your notebook.
The VelociRaptor WD3000HLFS 300GB has higher performance than that of the previous generation, WD3000GLFS 300GB and the designers have also changed the fining arrangement to horizontal rather than vertical as shown in the GLFS model.
Following the successful tried and proven build lines of previous WD Raptors with the 3 GB/s interface, we found that with the 16 MB cache the 3.5-inch SATA Hard Drive Raptors can deliver staggering performance. They are approximately 35% faster than the older models but with a commensurate percentage drop in power requirements.
I guess the name “Raptors” came from the prehistoric carnivore that could out run anything on the planet and just hunt the prey down. Well these hard drives are fast, spinning at 10,000 rpm, so it’s little wonder that they benchmark so well. It’s obvious that the VelociRaptor has retained a lot of the performance based on its 10,000 rpm spindle speed.