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Archive for November 25th, 2020

The XSPC RX360 V3 Radiator Review

The 2013 was an excitement and busy year for XSPC, the company introduced over a dozen new products from the new Photon reservoir, G1 Sniper M5 motherboard water-block, eye-catching compression fittings and the pump tops - just to name a few. Once again XSPC unleashed the third revision of the RX radiator series. The RX radiator series are the most popular radiator among the water-cooling enthusiasts for its value and performance. Consequently, its design technology is dated and today’s modern radiators from the competitors are surpassing the RX radiators. That’s brought us today’s review, we’ll analyze the new and improve version of the RX360 V3 radiator.



ASUS Z87 WS Motherboard Review

Introduction In the world of custom PC Building, consumers and builders frequently ask what the best motherboards are for Gaming PC Builds. While these are always valid questions, some folks are looking to build a high end rendering or workstation PC. The Z87 series chipset has plenty of options from the budget friendly models to enthusiast gaming motherboards; however, workstation motherboards are not as readily available. That changes today. We are going to be looking at a motherboard from ASUS, one of the few manufacturers who created a Z87 chipset based WS (workstation) motherboard to meet this niche market. We have the ASUS Z87 WS on our test bench, and we are going to put this baby to through the ringer. As an interesting aside, one of the few features of this motherboard which immediately caught our attention is the available support of Quad SLI and Crossfire with 4 PCIe slots available. Not many Z87 motherboards offer this out of the box. There are also tons of other features that we typically don’t see with your “typical” Z87 chipset motherboard. Does this bode well for this unique new board? Read on to find out! Let’s get the review started by talking about the 8 Series chipset, but first here’s a quick word about Asus:   Origin of the Name “Asus” ASUS comes from the last four letters of Pegasus, the winged horse in Greek mythology that represents the inspiration of art and learning. ASUS embodies the strength, cre...



HighPoint RocketStor 6328 Streamlines Thunderbolt™ 2 Storage Integration

HighPoint RocketStor 6328 Streamlines Thunderbolt™ 2 Storage Integration  February 2014 – Milpitas CA. HighPoint continues to expand its market leading Thunderbolt™ product line with the introduction of the industry’s first Thunderbolt™ 2 hardware RAID storage Adapter – the RocketStor 6328.  The RocketStor 6328 was designed to streamline Thunderbolt™ integration, enabling customers to easily upgrade or transfer existing storage configurations to high-performance Thunderbolt™ 2 capable computing platforms.  Customers migrating to the latest generation Mac Pro platforms need a way to access existing storage configurations. While compact and extremely powerful, 2013 Mac Pros no longer support internal PCIe host adapters. Customers looking to accommodate existing hardware or in need of storage expansion will need Thunderbolt™ solutions capable of supporting a multitude of SAS and SATA SSD and hard drive configurations.  Introducing the Industry’s First Thunderbolt™ 2 Hardware RAID Adapter: The RocketStor 6328  HighPoint Thunderbolt™ Adapter solutions enable customers with 2013 Mac Pro’s, small form factor workstations, and portable Thunderbolt™ platforms take full advantage of their existing storage configurations – all from a single Thunderbolt™ connection! HighPoint’s revolutionary RocketStor 6328 Thunderbolt™ 2 hardware RAID adapter enables Thunderbolt™ platforms to support any generation of SAS and SATA storage device – from cos...





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