• Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL: one case, two systems

    Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL: one case, two systems

    Review Review - 17 hours ago

    Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL: one case, two systems

    Phanteks established itself in the world of hardware with the Enthoo Primo, which elevated the case market to new level, as the Corsair 800D had done in it's time. The manufacturer now presents a new intriguing case: the Enthoo Mini XL. It may seem a little oversized for a Micro-ATX case at first, until one realises that this case can accommodate two whole systems.  

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  • Club 3D HDMI 2.0 adapters review: UHD 60Hz for every PC

    Club 3D HDMI 2.0 adapters review: UHD 60Hz for every PC

    Review Review - Tuesday 28-06-2016 - 04:59

    Club 3D HDMI 2.0 adapters review: UHD 60Hz for every PC

    With the launch of the AMD Radeon R9 Fury X, which contrary to its competitor from the green camp does not feature HDMI 2.0, AMD promised that its partners would 'soontm' come with adapters. Now, eight months later, the first adapters have finally reached our test lab: Club 3D sent us active adapters for DisplayPort, mini DisplayPort and USB Type C.

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  • Hitman (2016) review: DirectX 12-game tested with 22 GPUs

    Hitman (2016) review: DirectX 12-game tested with 22 GPUs

    Review Review - Sunday 26-06-2016 - 04:59

    Hitman (2016) review: DirectX 12-game tested with 22 GPUs

    Hitman, a new action game developed by IO and published by Square Enix, was released a few weeks ago. Fans of the Hitman series will certainly have been looking forward to this series, but as one of the first games to support DirectX 12 upon launch, it’s also interesting from a technical point of view. Of course, we dived right in.

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  • Budget All-round PC - June 2016

    Budget All-round PC - June 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Friday 24-06-2016 - 14:00

    Budget All-round PC - June 2016 The all-round PC is a PC with comprehensive features for around £650 - £750 that can do a little bit of everything. It should have enough speed and capacity to meet your needs for some time. Currently it can run all applications, and you're able to upgrade it with small future investments when you need more power or storage capacity. Surfing, gaming, business applications, photo and video editing should all be possible on the all-round PC without giving you the feeling that it's lacking in p... Read more
  • GeForce GTX 980 Ti round-up: 12 graphics cards review

    GeForce GTX 980 Ti round-up: 12 graphics cards review

    Review Review - Friday 24-06-2016 - 04:59

    GeForce GTX 980 Ti round-up: 12 graphics cards review If you want to game in Ultra HD, you will pretty much be forced to use a high-end graphics card, such as the GeForce GTX 980 Ti from Nvidia. Once you've decided to invest in one, you will find that there is quite a lot of choice. There are large differences between the various cards in terms of noise level and cooling performance. We tested twelve of them. In 2015 Nvidia introduced two high-end graphics cards based on the Maxwell architecture, namely the GTX Titan X and the GTX 980 Ti. Both are... Read more
  • 120 GB SSD review: smaller and less attractive

    120 GB SSD review: smaller and less attractive

    Review Review - Thursday 23-06-2016 - 10:05

    120 GB SSD review: smaller and less attractive

    Because the price per gigabyte keeps getting lower, SSDs with a smaller capacity have not been covered as much. However there are still scenarios in which it is not necessary to pay more for a bigger capacity. Therefore we take a look at 17 SSDs with a capacity of 120GB in this review.

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  • Ixia IxVeriWave review: the most advanced wifi testing equipment

    Ixia IxVeriWave review: the most advanced wifi testing equipment

    Review Review - Wednesday 22-06-2016 - 04:59

    Ixia IxVeriWave review: the most advanced wifi testing equipment

    As many of you know, we’ve been testing routers for many years here at Hardware.Info. For the last few years, we’ve been using Ixia’s IxChariot software. However, we’ll soon be switching over to a different testing setup. We’ll be using Ixia's IxVeriWave, which is professional hardware used to place a much heavier workload on a router than was previously possible, and it also enables you to have complete control over the test variables. Read on if you want to know more about IxVeriWave.


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  • Iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU review: premium for a dime

    Iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU review: premium for a dime

    Review Review - Saturday 18-06-2016 - 04:59

    Iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU review: premium for a dime

    Ultra wide quad hd monitors remain attractive, even though ultra hd models have become less expensive. They do have a downside: they are relatively pricy; both when looking at the amount of pixels you get for your money as well as in absolute numbers. Iiyama offers the ProLite XUB3490WQSU-B1 for 470 pounds / 600 euros at the time of writing. More than enough reason to take a closer look.

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  • Toshiba TransMemory EX II 128GB USB-flashdrive review: affordable and fast

    Toshiba TransMemory EX II 128GB USB-flashdrive review: affordable and fast

    Review Review - Friday 17-06-2016 - 13:40

    Toshiba TransMemory EX II 128GB USB-flashdrive review: affordable and fast


    In May, we published an extensive review of 42 USB 3.0 memory sticks with a capacity of 32 GB or more (Dutch). Toshiba could not provide us with test products at the time, but did later send their TransMemory EX II 128 GB USB flash drive. We have tested it extensively.

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  • Samsung 750 Evo 120 and 250 GB SSD review: the cheaper brother

    Samsung 750 Evo 120 and 250 GB SSD review: the cheaper brother

    Review Review - Thursday 16-06-2016 - 04:59

    Samsung 750 Evo 120 and 250 GB SSD review: the cheaper brother

    We already called the SSD-evolution a race to the bottom: the prices keep going down, meaning larger capacity SSDs become more accessible. Every manufacturer keeps a close eye on the other manufacturers. Seeing as how Crucial and OCZ are offering SSDs below the “850 Evo-price levels,” Samsung is introducing the Samsung 750 Evo to compete.


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  • Arctic Freezer i11 and i32 CPU-coolers review: cool coolers

    Arctic Freezer i11 and i32 CPU-coolers review: cool coolers

    Review Review - Tuesday 14-06-2016 - 07:18

    Arctic Freezer i11 and i32 CPU-coolers review: cool coolers

    Arctic send us two new CPU-coolers. The Freezer i11 is a new option for the budget segment, where it has to compete with for example the Gelid Tranquillo-coolers. Its bigger brother might even be more interesting: the Freezer i32 is the first semi-passive processor cooler.

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  • Netgear R6400 review: old dog, new tricks

    Netgear R6400 review: old dog, new tricks

    Review Review - Friday 10-06-2016 - 04:59

    Netgear R6400 review: old dog, new tricks

    The R6300 was the very first 802.11ac-router we got our hands on, back in the summer of 2012. Now it’s been replaced, by the Netgear R6400 which we’ll be discussing in this article. Not much has changed on the inside, but the outside has been completely updated. We took a good look at this new model.


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  • Logitech G610 Orion Brown, G610 Orion Red and G810 Orion Spectrum review

    Logitech G610 Orion Brown, G610 Orion Red and G810 Orion Spectrum review

    Review Review - Thursday 09-06-2016 - 04:59

    Logitech G610 Orion Brown, G610 Orion Red and G810 Orion Spectrum review

    Early this year Logitech introduced the first models in its new line-up of mechanical keyboards, the G410 and the G910. In the meantime they've added the G610 and G810, which are positioned in between the G410 and G910. It's remarkable that Logitech has opted for Cherry MX switches again for the G610 instead of their own Romer-G switches. We took an extensive look at the keyboards.

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  • Mid-range B150 Micro-ATX review: five motherboards tested

    Mid-range B150 Micro-ATX review: five motherboards tested

    Review Review - Tuesday 07-06-2016 - 08:07

    Mid-range B150 Micro-ATX review: five motherboards tested

    If you want to put together a small Skylake system and aren't looking to overclock your components, you could opt for a Micro-ATX B150 motherboard. They are relatively cheap and offer all the necessary basic functionality. In this review we are taking a look at five models from ASRock, Gigabyte and MSI.

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  • Budget Game PC - June 2016

    Budget Game PC - June 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Tuesday 07-06-2016 - 04:59

    Budget Game PC - June 2016 The Hardware.Info Budget Game PC Advice has a balanced configuration for playing video games, without having to spend too much. The components have been selected to offer the best bang for your buck. That means you cannot always expect the highest settings, resolution and frame rate, but at the same time you should be able to play all modern games in Full HD resolution without making huge concessions to either the image quality or your enjoyment of the game. Unlike previous Budget Game PC... Read more
  • All-round Deluxe PC - June 2016

    All-round Deluxe PC - June 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Sunday 05-06-2016 - 04:59

    All-round Deluxe PC - June 2016 The all-round Deluxe PC will last you a few years without requiring any upgrades. It is a bit more expensive, but is very complete as well. Using the internet, gaming, business applications, photo and video editing - all of these are possible on a good all-round PC, and you should never feel that you are lacking in performance for any of those activities. This means a good processor and graphics card from the upper mid-range segment. Fast, yet affordable. You also need enough RAM and storage ... Read more
  • Entry-level PC - June 2016

    Entry-level PC - June 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Thursday 02-06-2016 - 14:00

    Entry-level PC - June 2016 Our guidelines for the Entry-level PC category are as follows. The entire computer system, excluding OS, should not exceed £420. Its primary, but not only, function is to provide a smooth and enjoyable online experience. This means that the cheapest processors won’t be enough, as modern web pages and internet applications do demand some processing power. Additionally, the system has to be able to efficiently perform internet-related tasks. This includes basic photo editing (cropping and resi... Read more
  • Seagate Enterprise Capacity 10TB review: a new high

    Seagate Enterprise Capacity 10TB review: a new high

    Review Review - Wednesday 01-06-2016 - 04:59

    Seagate Enterprise Capacity 10TB review: a new high

    About a year ago, we covered the first hard disk with a storage capacity of 8 TB. The desire for more storage capacity in big datacenters is still there, making the manufacturers of mechanical drives work hard on improving the data density. Once again, Seagate is the first to achieve a new milestone: today we test the Enterprise Capacity 10TB.

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  • MicroSD memory cards review: 48 models compared

    MicroSD memory cards review: 48 models compared

    Review Review - Tuesday 31-05-2016 - 04:59

    MicroSD memory cards review: 48 models compared

    If you don't have sufficient storage space on your smartphone, you'll usually be able to upgrade it with a MicroSD memory card. However the differences between microSD cards are not always as clear as they should be. In order to shed some light on this matter we're testing 48 microSD modules with a capacity between 32 and 200 GB and support for the UHS-I bus in this review.

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  • Skylake: DDR4 vs. DDR3 review

    Skylake: DDR4 vs. DDR3 review

    Review Review - Friday 27-05-2016 - 07:28

    Skylake: DDR4 vs. DDR3 review

    Skylake is Intel's first mainstream processor platform to support DDR4. The memory controller of these processors also supports DDR3 however. Ideal for us to look at the performance differences between DDR3 and DDR3 Skylake system, which you can read more about in this article.

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