Reviews & Articles

Bomber Crew (PC/Switch/Xbox/PS4)

Bomber Crew is a strategic bomber game where you micromanage the crew of a Lancaster-Bomber during WWII. It is one of those games with no real story where the challenge comes from keeping your plane in the air without dying to much, and then do it over and over again. …

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ASUS Maximus XI Extreme: Z390 with all the things!

Z390 ROG to the extreme is here! We would like to introduce you to the ASUS ROG Maximus XI Extreme. ASUS and their Maximus series of boards have been synonymous with gamers, overclockers and overall enthusiasts over the many years since ROG or Republic of Gamers came to be. However, …

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Oneadaptr EVRI 80W USB C charging station

I really love USB-C. As far as I see it there are just upsides with the new standard. The connector is easier to use (no more trying to figure out the correct way to insert the cable) and it can be used for everything from data-transfer to charging your computer. …

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PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Review

PowerColor is an AIB vendor with a long history of producing AMD videocards, and today we are taking a look at one of their RX 580 offerings. The PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 is a factory-overclocked RX 580 featuring, you guessed it, 8GB of GDDR5. While there …

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Corsair K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard Review

Corsair K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard Review Hello PC Enthusiasts. For this review, we will be checking out the new liquid and particle resistant keyboard from Corsair, known as the K68 Ultra-Durable Mechanical Keyboard. Corsair has entered nearly uncharted territory with the K68 and its liquid resistance, as this device is one of …

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AMD RX Vega Power Hungry?

AMD RX Vega Power Hungry? Most of us have had the clue that the upcoming AMD RX Vega will be pulling more power than recent generations of AMD Video cards. Just how much they may pull might come as a shocker since the RX 400 and RX 500 series cards …

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EVGA Precision XOC 6.1.8 Released!

EVGA Precision XOC 6.1.8 Released! OC with the best OCers, EVGA Precision takes OCing to the next level! Invest in an EVGA ICX GPU and you will have unprecedented thermal information on your setup! Get EVGA Precision XOC Unlock the Power of Pascal The next generation of EVGA Precision has arrived …

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ID-COOLING Releases SE-214L Series CPU Cooler

ID-COOLING Releases SE-214L Series CPU Cooler June 20th 2017 Shenzhen, China – ID-COOLING, a cooling solution provider focusing on thermal dissipation and fan technology research and production for over 10 years, released one new CPU Cooler with a newly developed 120mm to 130mm fan, named SE-214L. SE-214L is built with …

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G.SKILL Memory Breaks DDR4 5.5GHz World Record Barrier

G.SKILL Memory Breaks DDR4 5.5GHz World Record Barrier G.Skill sets new world record for DDR4 speed at 5500MHz and has been stretching the boundaries of what is possible in the RAM field. The Professional overclocker Toppc hit 5500MHz on the MSI Z170I GAMING PRO AC. Looks like Core X-series and G.Skill will …

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Streacom FC8 Alpha mini-ITX chassis

Streacom is a company that mainly has small mini-ITC chassis, preferably made in aluminium. Today we are looking at one of those chassi, the Streacom FC8 Alpha. This is a pretty small case that comes with a fanless CPU-cooler that transfers the heat from the CPU to the side of …

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ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero Motherboard Review

INTRODUCTION AMD’s Ryzen platform was one of the most highly anticipated launches in recent years, with everyone from industry insiders and media, to overclocking champions and gamers just waiting to see how these new multi-core processors performed. And while there have been some ups and downs along the way, many …

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XFX RX 460 4GB Heatsink Edition Review

INTRODUCTION While we here at Bjorn3D typically focus on the top-end, enthusiast-level hardware, we frequently come across a piece of hardware that is a bit more tame. Take for example the XFX RX 460 4GB Heatsink Edition graphics card. Built with 1080p gaming in mind, the RX 460 provides beginner …

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Seagate Ironwolf: 10TB Storage for NAS

Introduction The Seagate Guardian Series brings a massive 10TB of storage space in the 3.5’’ form factor. The Guardian Series from Seagate features a total of four lines of products targeted at various marketing segments: the Barracuda Pro for gamers, the Skyhawk for surveillance systems, the FireCuda for the mobile …

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Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 Review

Introduction In a sea of gaming PC cases, there are very few that pull the sleek, minimalistic look that many have come to love. I think for me it all started back with the Voodoo Omen that I really started to like cases that were simple, yet did an amazing …

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Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse Review Hello, PC enthusiasts. Feast your eyes on the latest gaming peripheral from Corsair: The Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse. Looking at the spec list for the Glaive it is clear Corsair set out to make a titan in the gaming peripheral scene. With a 16K …

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Review

INTRODUCTION You may be thinking you have gone back in time, but no, you read that correctly. This is in fact a review of the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. Cooler Master sent us the heatsink along with an AM4 mounting kit to review on the new AMD Ryzen platform. …

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Anidees AI5S Window Case Review

INTRODUCTION Coming off the heels of their very popular AI Crystal case, Anidees is back again today with their AI5S Window case. While the AI5S is not a totally redesigned product, and is based on their existing AI5 design, it does offer a few welcome changes. Anidees touts silence and …

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AMD RYZEN 5 1500X

AMD RYZEN 5 The new AMD RYZEN chip is AMD first CPU series going back what is ages in the industry that is able to go toe to toe with what Intel has fielded. Up until now, AMD focused more on the budget minded consumers, However that has all changed …

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Corsair Force LE 480GB TLC SSD Review (PN# CSSD-F480GBLEB)

Corsair Force LE 480GB TLC SSD The Corsair Force LE 480GB TLC SSD sports a Phison PS3110-S10 controller and Toshiba’s 15nm TLC NAND flash, a formula we’ve seen on other drives from vendors that don’t produce their own controllers and NAND. Set as an entry level drive series with less expensive …

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AMD RYZEN 7 Trifecta

The new AMD RYZEN chip is AMD’s first CPU going back what is ages in the industry that is able to go toe to toe with what Intel has fielded. Up until now, AMD focused more on the budget minded consumers, however that has all changed with RYZEN! The RYZEN …

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Riotoro CR480 Case Review

INTRODUCTION Here at Bjorn3D, we have recently been taking a look at quite a few products from new brands, and next up in the line is Riotoro. Formed in 2014 and based out of California, Riotoro recently reached out to us with their CR480 PC case. The Riotoro CR480 case …

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Corsair Gaming K63 Compact Mechanical Keyboard Review

Corsair Gaming K63 Compact Mechanical Keyboard The latest edition to Corsair’s extensive keyboard lineup comes in the form of the K63 compact mechanical keyboard. Aimed at the gaming crowd, the K63 is an entry level keyboard hitting the market at a price point of $80. Now, you may be asking …

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Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Review

Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Review The Cooler Master MasterBox 5t mid tower is a new updated version of the original MasterBox 5. Featuring a style easily reminiscent of the more expensive MasterCase 5t, the MasterBox 5t gives the entry to advanced level builder an option for a tower that has an …

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Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S White Review – Cherry MX Blues

Introduction Mechanical keyboards are fast becoming the “it” peripheral device right now, and there are many companies coming out with their own models. Cooler Master has done a really great job with their line, focusing on well built classic designs. They have gone outside the norm style wise on a few keyboards …

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