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ASUS PRIME X370-PRO Motherboard Review

The ASUS PRIME X370-PRO is a Socket AM4 Motherboard which supports AMD Ryzen & 7th Generation A-series / Athlon Processors.

This ATX form factor motherboard is based on the AMD X370 Chipset, offering enthusiast class features, low-level control, support for DDR4 up to 4200MHz, eight SATA + M.2 slots and dual graphics card configurations thanks to two PCIe 3.0 graphics card slots.


Logitech G PRO Gaming Mouse Review

Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse was inspired by the classic lines and simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body made popular by top competitive eSports professionals.

This of course means nothing unless you're historically familiar the product line, so disregard that. Let's focus on what this peripheral has to offer the average person, and more importantly how it functions under Linux.


SilverStone Primera PM02 Case Review

According to SilverStone Technology, the Primera PM02 mid-tower PC case was created to further extend it's mission of bringing modern features and trend-setting aesthetics into PC chassis designs.

In this review we'll explore the functionality of this case and dig deeper into what the SilverStone Primera PM02 has to offer.


Crucial MX500 1TB SSD Review

The MX500 is Crucial's first consumer Solid State Drive (SSD) to utilize Micron 2nd generation 3D TLC NAND Flash, a technology that not only improves on both performance and overall cost, but also promises larger capacities upward of 2TB.

In this review we're going to take a look at the newest addition to the MX series, the Crucial MX500 1TB SSD.


Ballistix Sport LT White 64GB DDR4 Memory Kit Review

Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 Kit is performance memory from Crucial which is marketed towards enthusiasts, gamers, and anyone who simply wants to get more out of their system.

In this review we're going to touch base on DDR4 technology and what this 64GB Kit has to offer.


GIGABYTE GA-AB350-Gaming-3 Motherboard Review

The Gigabyte GA-AB350-Gaming-3 is a Socket AM4 Motherboard which supports AMD Ryzen & 7th Generation A-series / Athlon Processors.

This ATX form factor motherboard is based on the B350 chipset. Though considered scaled-back in comparison to the premium X370 chipset, the B350 does still allow for overclocking of Ryzen CPUs, but drops a few PCIe lanes and I/O ports, making it more appropriate for moderate builds.