What happens when a brand removes RGB from the fan of a low-cost cooler and offer it for $6 less than the RGB version? Is that not a formula for winning value?
More ranks often means more performance, but quad DIMMs have always limited Alder Lake overclocking. This is our first attempt to find balance.
A new lower price brings extra value to its extreme overclocking capacity.
Excited utterances of overclocking ability were already flooding the net by the time our Rocket DDR5-4800 arrived. We confirm.
Ten nanoseconds for DDR5 buyers who don’t want to tune their own.
Can ASRock get you onto LGA 1700 without paying the PCIe 5.0 premium?
Viper brings us the fastest-rated memory we’ve tested, but will its C40 timings perform?
With more M.2 and a lower price, Asus hopes to be the Creative Professional’s choice.
Priced between basic DDR4-4800 and RGB DDR5-5600, XPG Lancer hits the data-rate middle ground. We examine its value.
Raijintek’s second LGA 1700 design, the Eleos 12 Evo RBW features more heat pipes for better conductivity, but a single fan. Can a single 120mm fan cool our Core i9-12900K?