This week we have three reviews of our flagship AX1500i power supply from across the Atlantic along with a review of the more modest CS450M semi-modular power supply and a happy reminder from Tom's Hardware of just who makes the best memory on the market.
The DIMMDrive software available on Steam is getting favorable reviews for bringing a fairly tight user experience to the time-honored concept of the RAM drive. The problem is...does it really matter when you can get an SSD for less?
Selecting the memory to use for your build or even just to upgrade your system can probably seem a bit daunting, but if you break down the individual specs based on what you need and how you use your system, it can get a lot easier. We walk you through it.
How much power can you fit in our Obsidian Series 350D micro-ATX enclosure? As it turns out...pretty much all of it.
Do DDR4's increased timings mean lower performance than DDR3, or is there more to memory performance than just latency? We run synthetic bandwidth and latency tests on Haswell, Ivy Bridge-E, and Haswell-E platforms and compare the results.
Are AMD's Vishera core FX processors really as slow and power hungry as you've heard? If our FX-8350 is any indication, the answer is a resounding "no." We take our chip for a test drive and walk away pleasantly surprised.