Review Asus ROG Strix Evolve Review
Asus seems to be liking the ambidextrous mice at the moment. The Asus ROG Strix Evolve can be configured to suit your hand, as it has changeable top covers. Will this be enough to warrant the price?
Platform-'em-up Super Cloudbuilt has its head in the clouds but doesn't manage to deliver the goods.
The Fathom in a new dress.
Will offer security updates only.
No patch yet available.
Cuts a few corners, though.
Denies Pentium discontinuation, too.
We take a look at Asus' £275 X299 board, but should you just bite the bullet and go for something more premium?
We take a look at Asus' £400 X299 motherboard, which has a box full of toys.
This 15.6" laptop sports a GTX 1050 Ti 4GB and a Core i7-7700HQ for just over £1,000.
Disable now then check for UEFI updates.
Doesn't even let Joule reach its first birthday.
ROG Strix lands on X299 with dual M.2 ports, RGB lighting, water-cooling pump headers, and more.
Intel shows its HEDT hand and its first weapon against AMD's Threadripper.
Moves away from its traditional ring.
Peripherals and monitors, too.
Responds to AMD's Threadripper threat.
Promises integrated controllers, too.
Positioned above the Core i7, leak claims.
Full, simple authentication bypass.
There's been plenty of new hardware in the last few months - how does it affect our recommendations?
Lock-out more marketing than tech.
Intel holds Technology and Manufacturing day to prove one thing: Moore's law is still functioning
Available in SSD or pseudo-DRAM.
Looks to catch up to Nvidia.
Aims to help detect Trojans.
Starts with a dual-core, though.
People still waiting for the GPD Win.
15 percent performance boost claimed.
14nm plant to be tooled for 7nm.