What happens when Schubert’s trout goes down the Oehlbach acoustically grandiose and takes the invested 20 Euros right along with it? That’s exactly what I thought when I spontaneously ordered an Oehlbach PureClock to solve my nasty chirp problem and wasn’t really sure whether [...]
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In addition to the evil, viral C-word, in 2020 we had the P-word (paperlaunch) and many other things, including very annoying deficiencies and also consequential appearances, about which you could get really upset if you wanted or needed to. But a year like 2020 also shows how limited and fragile [...]
Cybenetics was founded four years ago with the goal of introducing new efficiency and noise certification standards for AC-DC power supplies (PSUs) through its ETA and LAMBDA ratings. In these four years of being in business, nearly 800 power supplies have been certified and over a thousand beta [...]
The Trident Z RGB and Neo series from G.SKILL have been around almost as long as DDR4. However, for the new Ryzen 5000 CPUs, G.SKILL has refreshed their SKUs and added new XMP variants specifically optimized for Ryzen. Today we’re looking at the top of the line model of the new variants, a 2x [...]
Actually, Gigabyte has done almost everything right with the GTX 980 Ti Xtreme Gaming Waterforce, because the performance and the overclockability have impressed us - as well as other colleagues of international media, who could also get hold of a copy -...
Since even many high-priced 3D printers still rely on SD cards or USB sticks for transferring GCODE files, the constant running back and forth is a bit tedious, depending on the location of the plastic melter. How this “problem” can be solved with a Raspberry Pi, you will learn in the [...]
The time has finally come, the new version of Clock Tuners for Ryzen CTR is in the starting blocks! The release will also take place on our side as the official German-speaking host already in a few weeks – after some further and necessary tests with end users – but also the current [...]
The heat-conducting paste business is a very profitable one, it was, is and will probably remain so. But what does the K-value, which PR likes so much, really mean? We'll calculate what temperature gains or losses you can or must really expect.
I’ll write out the product name once (almost) in full: S.M.S.L Sanskrit 10 MKII AK4493 HiFi 768KHz 32Bit XMOS USB Native DSD256 Decoder, then for simplicity’s sake I’ll just call the thing Sanskrit 10th MKII. The name with the 10-year anniversary has allowed itself the [...]
AMD in detail we have gone through and we had already talked about the heatspreaders of the current generations, a burn-in and the thing with the camber. Now finally follows the picture gallery for the individual Intel CPUs. Basic article, “CPU heatspreaders examined in detail – do we [...]