We tested the Core i3-8100 CPU, which has four cores, four threads and a 3.6 GHz clock. Check it out!
We tested the Celeron G3930, the most inexpensive CPU from Intel. Let’s see if is it fast enough for work and casual gaming.
We tested the Pentium G4600, an entry desktop CPU with two cores, four threads, and 3.6 GHz clock. Let’s check its performance.
Let’s take a look at the Gigabyte X299 AORUS Gaming 7, a high-end LGA2066 motherboard based on the Intel X299 chipset, with high-end audio and networking interfaces and RGB lights.
We tested the Core i5-8400, a new desktop CPU with six cores, six threads, and 4.0 GHz maximum clock. Let’s check its performance.
We tested the Core i7-8700K, a new desktop CPU with six cores, twelve threads, and 4.7 GHz maximum clock. Let’s check its performance.
The Intel 600p 128 GiB SSD uses M.2 form factor, PCI Express 3.0 x4 interface, and NVMe protocol. Let’s see if is it faster than other SSDs.
We tested the Core i7-7740X, a socket LGA2066 CPU with four cores, eight threads, and 4.5 GHz maximum clock. Check it out!