Corsair looks to stomp their competition by delivering exceptional performance in a tiny package with the One i200 compact gaming PC. Not only is it surprisingly quiet, but will also handle just about anything you throw at it without breaking a sweat. That said, you might sweat when you see its hefty price tag.
The Abkoncore A530 is just $20, and is a variation of the popular Sensei shape. Equipped with a PixArt PMW3325 sensor, Omron switches for the main buttons, and extensive software and RGB lighting configuration options, it should be worth a look for anyone on a budget.
The Super Flower Leadex III ARGB Gold 750 W performs well, is of high build quality, has an RGB fan, and RGB-lit, cube-shaped modular connectors. The good news is that you might even find it in the US soon since Super Flower products are now listed on Newegg and Amazon.
The Phanteks Eclipse P500A draws from the P600S and Evolv X, but offers high airflow and fits squarely into the P-Series. With three 140 mm fans in the front, pulling air through the ultra-fine metal mesh, it aims to keep all your components cool, especially if you pack two separate systems into it at the same time.
The Ryzen 9 3900XT is the flagship of the new AMD Ryzen XT series. It comes with higher boost clocks and can sustain them better, which helps with single-threaded workloads. In our Ryzen 9 3900XT review, we also saw better overclocking and lower temperatures than on the original Ryzen 9 3900X.
The Ryzen 7 3800XT has received the biggest speed bump, by 200 MHz, up to 4.7 GHz maximum boost clock. This helps AMD's 8-core, 16-thread CPU deliver gaming FPS as good as the 3900XT at lower pricing. Our Ryzen 7 3800XT review also compares it against the Intel Comet Lake i9-10700K, which is similarly priced.
At $250, the Ryzen 5 3600XT is the most affordable Ryzen XT model, and it even includes a heatsink in the box. Overclocking worked very well. Our Ryzen 5 3600XT review sample reached a maximum stable frequency of 4.5 GHz on all cores, which makes this an interesting SKU for tweakers.
The Montech Fighter 600 is taking on the extremely contested $60 segment where you will find OEM cases as well as some brands trying to push the envelope of bang for your buck, and that is where the Fighter 600 feels right at home with its well-rounded features, surprisingly solid material mix, and fan configuration right out of the box.
Priced at just $88 for the 1 TB version, the Silicon Power PC60 is more affordable than the cheapest SATA drives on the market, just 9 cents per GB. With read-heavy workloads, it performs well, reaching speeds of around 500 MB/s, but writes are not as good.
Thermaltake is back with a refresh to their TOUGHRAM RGB memory. This new revision uses SK Hynix D-die memory ICs to drive frequencies up to 4600 MHz. With the top spec kit ready for testing, it's time to see what the TOUGHRAM does with this newfound performance!
Our first look at Intel's new B460 chipset is the BIOSTAR Racing B460GTA. Featuring dual M.2 slots, each with their own full coverage heatsink, RGB lighting, a large VRM heatsink, and even an integrated rear I/O cover, the BIOSTAR Racing B460GTA could be a good budget option for those with locked Intel CPUs.
HiFiMAN's new Deva is a planar magnetic headphone which doubles up as a Bluetooth headset when you attach the Bluemini device. Currently, the Deva bundled with the Bluemini retails at $299 which also makes it the most affordable of the current planar headphones from HiFiMAN.
The ASUS Pugio II is an ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse packed with features: for connectivity you can use 2.4 GHz wireless or Bluetooth, the main button switches are hot-swap, PixArt's top-tier PAW3335 sensor ensures good accuracy and the battery will last for 69 hours.
The Thermaltake V250 TG ARGB chassis offers a clean and solid option for the mainstream gamer and enthusiast. It has plenty of pre-installed fans and support for both air and liquid cooling, as well as a little bit of bling with ARGB intake fans and the glass side panel.
The Kingston A2000 has recently received a firmware update, which makes a big difference in performance. It now rivals the Samsung 970 EVO, at much better pricing. With just $128 for the tested 1 TB version, or 13 cents per GB, the A2000 offers better value than most SSDs on the market.
CORSAIR adds to their ecosystem of RGB goodies with the iCUE LT100 smart lighting towers. Complementing the LS100 lighting strips, you can add 2–4 towers with 46 dRGB LEDs each in the living room, on your PC desk around your monitor, or anywhere with an AC wall socket for a dazzling light show.
The Cooler Master Masterbox TD500 Mesh checks off all the right boxes for an appealing mass-market choice. With its sub-$100 price tag, three fans, RGB, and clean looks, it goes down the path of "trusted and true", and it actually ends up being quite the confident stride for good reason.
Just when you thought they've put RGB on everything, Team Group releases a RGB USB flash drive with the T-Force Spark RGB 128 GB. Our review goes into detail how the RGB works and what to expect performance-wise.
Our ASUS RX 5700 XT TUF EVO review takes a look at the new cooler design, which fixes the memory temperature problem of the original TUF without the "EVO". The card is very solid and runs quietly with excellent GPU temperatures and idle-fan stop.
Most M.2 NVMe drive enclosures can at most hold a 2280 drive. The ICY DOCK ICYNano MB861U31-1M2B, however, is meant to be used with up to a 22110 drive, which puts it squarely in that enterprise-grade spectrum occupying around 5% of the market.
The InWin C200 is aimed squarely at creators and professionals who require storage capabilities coupled with modern hardware support. Taking cues from times long past, InWin combines the layout of classic 5.25" equipped enclosures from back in the day with modern accents, like a bottom-mounted PSU bay and metal shroud.
The Vissles 2-in-1 Music Pill combines truly wireless in-ears with the ability to transfer the audio to a small 3W speaker within the charging case.
In our latest PC Build Guide update, we take a look at delivering the best bang for the buck gaming PC we can at the $700 price point. No cutting corners, no compromises, this build will give users a jumping-off point for the best-possible performance without burning a hole in their wallet.
Equipped with optical switches for the main buttons and PixArt's PMW3360 sensor, the right-handed ergonomic Cobra M711 FPS includes features you'd typically only see in higher price brackets. Additionally, full RGB lighting and software support are on board as well.
ADATA brought a new level of illumination to the memory market with the XPG SPECTRIX D60G which boasted more RGB LEDs per square millimeter than any other kit out there. Now, they've released a Ryzen optimized spec with Samsung B-die, running at 3600 MHz with tight timings of 14-15-15-35.