Category - Reviews

Radiant future? NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 and the Next Level of Raytracing

Released today, NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 is the latest iteration of NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology and brings a number of enhancements and new features to improve the ray tracing experience in games and applications. In doing so, NVIDIA has set ambitious goals to also increase adoption of the new technology. True to the [...]

SHARGEEK STORM 2 Review – The most transparent powerbank in the world with a bizarre interior and an absurd price

The world of power banks is truly an adventure in its own right. When you look at the shelves in electronics stores and all the online offers, one might think that they are all gallantly growing in competition with each other. They come in all sizes, colors, and shapes, as if they were part of a power bank fashion show. But there’s a catch [...]

AKKO Gear 5075B 75% Wireless Keyboard Review – Boring GMMK Pro clone or cheap custom keyboard with ISO-DE layout?

When the manufacturer AKKO Gear approached me and offered me the latest movement in ISO-DE layout, I was skeptical at first. A Chinese Glorious GMMK Pro, right? After taking a closer look at the specs, I agreed to the test after all. What the 5075B can do, you can read in the test! In the past, we didn’t always have good experiences when a [...]

DIY Modding: White Edition for small money – We paint a graphics card

During the review of the BeQuiet Shadow Base 800 FX, I simply felt the need to install a white graphics card. Since no adequate model could be found in the short term and I had a rough idea of what the whole story should look like, we did it ourselves without further ado. And even if this is not the holy grail of knowledge today, we can all [...]

Radeon RX 7800XT and RX 7700XT Review – AMD, XFX and Sapphire against NVIDIA with reason or energetic crowbar

There was a gap as big and deep as the Pacific Ocean between the Radeon RX 7900XT and the Radeon RX 7600, so the RX 7900 GRE was nothing more than a rarely found alibi card. AMD took its time with the Navi32, probably also for resource reasons, and now wants to push itself ahead of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4070 and the long-tested RTX 4060 Ti [...]

Edifier QD35 Review – Bluetooth monoculture in styled up and spacy

And no, that’s not some oversized underwater camera; it’s genuinely a real Bluetooth speaker. This beauty is called the Edifier QD35, and its street price is now 120 Euros (RRP 170 Euros). You really have to come up with such a design, and this piece was so distinctively different that I just couldn’t resist, price [...]