Review in Progress:HyperX Predator RGB DDR4-2933 Mhz Ram

Today we have in our hand is the not so new HyperX Predator RGB Memory Kit. While we will work through the main review slowly, we will leave you all some pictures to drool over since this is a drool-worthy kit. The kit in question comes with 2933MHz rated speed with Cas latency of 15. 2933 C15 while is not very high up in the enthusiast ladder, it is the overclocking potential that has got us hooked! Which is one more reason we are going through the review slowly. Coming…

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TechARX Tech Report : Hyperx Savage EXO Portable SSD

With the downward falling prices of 3D NAND over the past year, we have seen quite a few portable SSD’s on the market. The niche became more interesting with the growth of M.2 form factor with every company trying to get a piece of the pie. Today we have one such product from the house of Kingston under their gaming sub-brand “HyperX”. Presenting the HyperX Savage EXO Portable SSD. The HyperX Savage EXO SSD puts a small M.2 2280 SATA SSD behind a SATA-to-USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C board, puts…

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TAG Warrior RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review : a bit above the rest

Technology and Gadgets AKA TAG is an Indian company dealing in IT distribution and manufacturing. They have a simple portfolio in gaming consisting of some entry level mouse and a few keyboards. Today, we will be taking one of their keyboards for a spin. Presenting the Tag Warrior Gaming keyboard with mechanical keys and RGB illuminations. TAG At this moment has two mechanical rgb keyboard in their product folio with Warrior being the younger sibling. This model comes without a palmrest among other differences. Now, coming to this particular keyboard…

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TechARX Tech Report: Astrum MG300 Gaming Mouse

Hello and welcome to another version of “techarx tech report”, where we check out an up and coming product and give a quick review on it.Today on our hand we have a gaming mouse from Astrum. Presenting the MG 300 First a quick few words on Astrum Astrum holding is a company located and formed in HongKong in 2006. The company mainly focuses on new technologies in the field of consumer electronics to enable people to have a better lifestyle. Astrum usually stays strictly within the mainstream peripherals niche and…

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TechARX Tech Report: BenQ Zowie XL2546 Review

  The Word ‘Gaming’ nowadays seems to be added to all products to make them more appealing towards buyers. These products, however, most of the times turn out to be flashy, RGB filled flops. However, BenQ with their Zowie brand of Monitors looks to do something different. BenQ claims this monitor is purely for gaming and competitive gaming at that. Most professional e-Sports players do not use super large displays, curved screens, or even high resolutions. They are more concerned about performance and functionality. However monitor manufacturers these days are…

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AMD Ryzen™ 2nd Generation Review: featuring the AMD Ryzen™ 3 2200G

Back in July 2017, we looked at the 1st Generation of Ryzen processors in the form of the Ryzen™ 7 1700x and we were mighty impressed. We even gave it our Gold Award. AMD had hit a massive Six with the Zen architecture and in many ways forced Intel to ditch 4 cores for the High end and also move the industry forward. But while CPU division of AMD was basking in glory, it’s GPU division, Radeon Technologies Group was not as impressive. AMD released their much-hyped VEGA GPUs last…

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MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon:A short review

MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon Short Review Hello and welcome to the short review of MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon. Carbon fiber instantly sends visions of speed, performance, and exotic technology to many. Wrapped in carbon fiber look trim, B350 Gaming Pro Carbon aims to instill many of those same visions. Built on MSI’s Military Class 5 foundation, the B350 Gaming Pro Carbon supports AMD’s newest Ryzen processors and DDR4 memory up to 3200Mhz via four memory slots. There’s Turbo M.2 connectivity with transfer speeds up to 32 Gb/s. Ryzen was plagued with…

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AMD Ryzen Review: featuring the R7 1700X

Ryzen : A Small history behind the phenomenon After 5 years , of waiting we finally have the AMD Ryzen processors featuring the AMD “Zen” core. It brings AMD back to the competitive paradigm. In this article, we try to explore in depth at least some parts of the execution engines that went inside the successful product. The development of Zen started in 2012 when Jim Keller was rehired from Apple. Jim is a chip veteran, with successful and revolutionary processors under his name, like the AMD K-7 and the…

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TechARX Tech Report : Zion Blaze DDR4 Ram

Zion Blaze DDR4

Hello and welcome to another episode of Techarx Tech Report. On this episode, we are looking at a piece of hardware which is kind of unique in some aspects, today we are looking at a piece of computer hardware that is made here in India itself which makes me a little proud. With the release of Zion Blaze DDR4 lineup, Zion is aggressively stepping up its game to get into the gaming memory arena. However, let’s keep that aside and dive into the review; shall we? Product Showcase and Packaging…

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