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Review | AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core AM4 CPU

AMD RYZEN 7 2700X Review With the initial AMD Ryzen 2nd Generation APU reviewed, we now turn our attention onto the next big thing – the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X CPU. It is technically one of the first 8-core AMD CPUs to grace the 12nm production process and is the top of the line at that.  The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X is slated to feature a $329/₱19000 SEP. This puts the Ryzen 7 2700X at the pinnacle of the AM4 platform with an attainable price point. Effectively replacing the Ryzen 7 1700X and the 1800X in the process. eries/Model Cores/Threads Base/Boost (GHz)...

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Review | SilverStone Tundra TD03-LITE Liquid Cooler Redux

SilverStone Tundra TD03-LITE Any Good? Closed loop liquid coolers are now considered staples at this side of the industry. They are now effectively the equivalent of tower coolers when it comes to their general availability, pricing, and performance. Both categories of cooling solutions definitely got their own highs and low, but more and more system builders generally go with closed loop configurations. This is due to the ease of assembly, compatibility, and the overall look that they provide to the end user’s system. A good example is the Tundra TD03-LITE from SilverStone. SilverStone Technology is no stranger to cooling solutions. In fact, it has...

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Review | CRYORIG C1 Top Flow CPU Cooler Redux

CRYORIG C1 Top Flow Tested No need for a fancy introduction folks, as what we got here is another cooler from CRYORIG! This time, we’re going to check out the CRYORIG C1 Top Flow CPU Cooler directly from the shelves of PCHub. This cooler is directly aimed at the slim form factor loving enthusiasts, with a height of 74mm, and dense array of heat fins connected by 6 heat-pipes for maximum cooling satisfaction. The CRYORIG C1’s features are as unique as its looks. First off, it houses CRYORIG’s patented DirectCompress Soldering Technology. Basically, that means each of the 6 heat-pipes...

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Review | Raijintek Ereboss CPU Cooler Redux

Raijintek Ereboss CPU Cooler Review With the Tisis already tested and analyzed, the Raijintek Ereboss follows up our review for the company’s top-end tower coolers. This might not be a dual tower by any means but it is still a top-end CPU cooler with a huge dissipation area and a good thermal resistance value to boot. The Ereboss is by no means your standard cooling solution. It is a huge block of aluminum fins with unique features and a slim fan to go with it. This cooler has been around since 2013 and with that said, this living fossil is begging...

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Review | Raijintek Tisis CPU Cooler Redux

Tisis The Cooler You Are Looking For? Top-end CPU tower coolers are all about performance. They are at the pinnacle of their game able to exceed even high-end AIO liquid cooling solutions for a fraction of their price. Suffice to say, tower coolers are here to stay. Now enter the Raijintek Tisis – one fine example of a high end CPU tower cooling solution. It is huge, heavy, shiny, and is designed from the land of precision engineering – which is Germany if you dunno what I mean. The Raijintek Tisis is a 100% Nickel plated twin tower cooler with gargantuan dimensions, accounting for a larger...

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