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    by mllrkllr88

    In recent years we have witnessed a renaissance underway in the computer case world. The days of ugly beige steel cases that hide computer components are gone. We have seen case modders and builders actually shape the retail market for cases in the last 10 years. From extravagant water cooling monstrosities, to major advancements in small form factor, off-the-shelf computer cases now come in a myriad of styles.

    Today we are taking a look at a new case from InWin that's pushing the boundaries even further. The ALICE case from InWin, promises to deliver something different than most users might be expecting.

    The Alice is not just another glossy case with glass windows to cram water cooling parts in and put on display, it's a whole new concept. Similar to what we saw with the advent of HTPC computer cases, the InWin attempts to blend function and...
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    Similar to the launch of Ryzen 3000 series, the newly released Threadripper 3 series introduces greatly enhanced memory overclocking capabilities. To test out thees new overclocking capabilities, Corsair sent us a kit of their popular Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory modules. Using the new Threadripper 3970X CPU, we will evaluate the performance of this memory and investigate its strengths and weaknesses. Originally intended for Intel platforms, the Vengeance LPX will be put to the ultimate compatibility test on the TRX40 platform.

    Since they were founded in 1994,

    Designed for high-performance computing and computer enthusiasts, Corsair offers a truly dizzying array of options. The Vengeance LPX memory modules come in densities of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB.

    In terms of frequency and latency options it starts with the humble 2133...
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    When the Ryzen 3000 series was launched with the X570 platform chipset, one of the biggest new features was the addition of generation 4 NVMe solid state drive (SSD) technology. Team Group recently introduced the Cardea Zero Z440 M.2 PCIe SSD. This drive makes use of the new generation 4 technology that has been built into AMD X570 motherboards. They sent us a sample of their new drive to test out. If you'd like to learn more about this new technology, and see how it compares to other hard drive technologies, please follow along.

    Advancements in SSD technology have allowed modern computers to boot faster and perform daily tasks more efficiently. When the first solid state drives appeared on the market it was the single biggest and most important upgrade one could do to increase overall system performance. At that time, the hard drive speed was bottlenecking most productivity tasks and even daily usage such as...
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