Viper brings us the fastest-rated memory we’ve tested, but will its C40 timings perform?
DDR5 finally reaches the 10ns mark of its predecessors in V-Color’s new DDR5-6400 C32!
Trident Z5 raises the performance bar as DDR5 availability and pricing begin to normalize.
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.
Hong Kong seller KingBank now sells 16GB DDR5-4800 DIMMs for $100, putting $200 dual-channel kits within buyer’s grasp.
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?
When Raijintek said it could cool our Core i9-12900KF at full speed with a single tower heatsink and fans, we asked “Oh Really?”
Rumors of Newegg’s shady RMA practices prove true in an incident regarding a high-profile reviewer.
Micro ATX and packed with features, the TUF Gaming B660M-Plus WiFi D4 comes to us with a price that undercuts similar Z690 boards. Will it pass our tough tests?