• Mini-ITX Game PC - August 2016

    Mini-ITX Game PC - August 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Monday 22-08-2016 - 14:00

    Mini-ITX Game PC - August 2016 The Mini-ITX Game PC is a desktop computer that is small enough to be portable, but has better performance than a gaming notebook. Please note: the PC Buyer’s Guide is compiled based on independent component tests performed by Hardware.Info. If no new, superior products are released that should replace one or more of the components, then the component(s) will remain the same as the previous month. If you want to know more about how we compile our PC Buying guides, have a look at this artic... Read more
  • Ixia IxVeriWave review: part 2, testing access points and routers

    Ixia IxVeriWave review: part 2, testing access points and routers

    Review Review - Friday 19-08-2016 - 04:59

    Ixia IxVeriWave review: part 2, testing access points and routers

    Some time ago, after visiting Ixia in Portland, we published a review of Ixia IxVeriWave: hardware that makes it possible to thoroughly test routers, access points and clients. In this article we take a closer look at the kind of tests that can be performed on routers and access points.

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  • Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5 review: finally complete

    Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5 review: finally complete

    Review Review - Friday 19-08-2016 - 04:59

    Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5 review: finally complete

    Last year at Computex announced a huge change of course. A renewed focus on innovation, quality and 'makers', ergo users that want to get the most out of their purchases by doing modifications themselves, that would be a brief summary of the announced changes. The first product that was supposed to illustrate Cooler Master's new philosophy was the MasterCase 5 case. We've already seen the standard and Pro version of that case. Today we're finally taking a look at the MasterCase Maker 5, the most comprehensive variant.

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  • Linksys EA7500 review: MU MIMO for the general public

    Linksys EA7500 review: MU MIMO for the general public

    Review Review - Thursday 18-08-2016 - 04:59

    Linksys EA7500 review: MU MIMO for the general public

    Generally speaking, the most expensive products are the ones with the newest technology. In time, that technology will filter down to cheaper models. This is what happened with the Linksys EA7500 and MU MIMO, which we took a good look at for this article.

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  • Budget All-round PC - August 2016

    Budget All-round PC - August 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Wednesday 17-08-2016 - 14:00

    Budget All-round PC - August 2016 The all-round PC is a PC with comprehensive features for around £650 - £750 that can do a little bit of everything. It should have enough speed and capacity to meet your needs for some time. Currently it can run all applications, and you're able to upgrade it with small future investments when you need more power or storage capacity. Surfing, gaming, business applications, photo and video editing should all be possible on the all-round PC without giving you the feeling that it's lacking in p... Read more
  • Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 G1 Gaming review

    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 G1 Gaming review

    Review Review - Wednesday 17-08-2016 - 04:59

    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 G1 Gaming review

    We have already reviewed quite a few different GTX 1080-cards, and today we take a look at the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 G1 Gaming with the well-known WindForce-cooler. In this review you can find everything you would want to know about this graphics card.

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  • Shuttle NC01U7 en XVB01 review: mini with external graphics card

    Shuttle NC01U7 en XVB01 review: mini with external graphics card

    Review Review - Tuesday 16-08-2016 - 04:59

    Shuttle NC01U7 en XVB01 review: mini with external graphics card

    As a concept, mini PCs sound almost impossible: “full-size” performance in a very small case. In practise, however, most of these devices are based on laptop parts, limiting their performance as PCs. Another limitation of mini PCs is expansion: or rather, lack thereof. Shuttle has changed this with the introduction of the XVB01 module, with which you can upgrade the graphics card in their NC01U mini PCs and barebones. We were very interested, of course, and we looked at it with an NC01U7.

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  • Entry-level PC - August 2016

    Entry-level PC - August 2016

    PC Buyer's Guide PC Buyer's Guide - Monday 15-08-2016 - 14:00

    Entry-level PC - August 2016 Our guidelines for the Entry-level PC category are as follows. The entire computer system, excluding OS, should not exceed £420. Its primary, but not only, function is to provide a smooth and enjoyable online experience. This means that the cheapest processors won’t be enough, as modern web pages and internet applications do demand some processing power. Additionally, the system has to be able to efficiently perform internet-related tasks. This includes basic photo editing (cropping and resi... Read more
  • G.Skill Trident Z 32GB DDR4-3200 CL14 memory review: made for overclockers

    G.Skill Trident Z 32GB DDR4-3200 CL14 memory review: made for overclockers

    Review Review - Sunday 14-08-2016 - 04:59

    G.Skill Trident Z 32GB DDR4-3200 CL14 memory review: made for overclockers

    For years we've always concluded in our memory reviews that faster memory is in most cases completely pointless. This applies to almost every user except for the overclocker. Memory of course is never fast enough for an overclocker. We recently received an interesting new kit from G.Skill, that runs at a default speed of 3,200 MHz. It turned out that it could potentially run much faster...

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  • 4 photo printers review: in search of the perfect print.

    4 photo printers review: in search of the perfect print.

    Review Review - Friday 12-08-2016 - 04:59

    4 photo printers review: in search of the perfect print.

    At Hardware.Info we test all kinds of printers. Today it's the photo printer's turn, a category that we don't cover too much. We'll be taking a look at which factors play a role when making the perfect print and we're also taking a look at four models.

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  • Mini-ITX power supplies review: seven SFX-models tested

    Mini-ITX power supplies review: seven SFX-models tested

    Review Review - Wednesday 10-08-2016 - 14:06

    Mini-ITX power supplies review: seven SFX-models tested

    While a lot of Mini-ITX enclosures offer support for ATX-power supplies nowadays, you will still need power supplies with a special form factor for smaller variants, like TFX or SFX. There are not a lot of new products in this market, but recently Corsair launcher two SFX-power supplies, the SF450 and the SF600. In this review we compared these two with other models.

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  • [Pro] Toshiba PX04SLB 4TB review: enterprise-SSD with SAS1200

    [Pro] Toshiba PX04SLB 4TB review: enterprise-SSD with SAS1200

    Review Review - Friday 05-08-2016 - 04:59

    [Pro] Toshiba PX04SLB 4TB review: enterprise-SSD with SAS1200

    Toshiba sent us a remarkable SSD. This PX04SLB does not only stand out because of the 4 TB storage capacity, but also because of its SAS1200-connection. What does Toshiba do in terms of performance to justify the high price?

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  • Cheap H110 motherboards from ASRock, Gigabyte and MSI review

    Cheap H110 motherboards from ASRock, Gigabyte and MSI review

    Review Review - Thursday 04-08-2016 - 04:59

    Cheap H110 motherboards from ASRock, Gigabyte and MSI review

    Manufacturers love to send us their best-looking, most complete and most expensive motherboards, to show what they're capable of. Yet we managed to get three cheap H110 boards, in order to find out which choice you have to make if you're looking for a Skylake board on the cheap.

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  • In Win 303 review: affordable design

    In Win 303 review: affordable design

    Review Review - Monday 01-08-2016 - 04:59

    In Win 303 review: affordable design

    By now In Win can be considered a unique case manufacturer. The past 30 years the company has developed itself from a mostly OEM manufacturer to a supplier of pricey, but progressively designed cases and for a while now they've also been releasing more affordable cases. The most recent example of such a case would be the 303, a case with a special exterior and interior, and a very reasonable price.

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  • Skylake DDR3L/DDR4 review: 20 memory kits tested

    Skylake DDR3L/DDR4 review: 20 memory kits tested

    Review Review - Friday 29-07-2016 - 07:25

    Skylake DDR3L/DDR4 review: 20 memory kits tested

    Skylake was introduced at the same time that the new DDR4 standard became mainstream, because pretty much all Skylake motherboards support this type of memory. Therefore, in order to assist you in your choice, we’ll compare the performance and overclock potential of twenty different modules for Skylake motherboards.

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  • Western Digital Blue SSHD 4TB 3.5” review: large SSHD for your desktop

    Western Digital Blue SSHD 4TB 3.5” review: large SSHD for your desktop

    Review Review - Tuesday 26-07-2016 - 04:59

    Western Digital Blue SSHD 4TB 3.5” review: large SSHD for your desktop

    In our last big roundup we send Seagate home with an award for their Desktop SSHD, a 3.5" SSHD. In the meantime WD has introduced a competitor for that drive, more specifically the Western Digital Blue SSHD 4TB. Time to compare the two!

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  • Fractal Design Define Nano S review: shrunk in the wash

    Fractal Design Define Nano S review: shrunk in the wash

    Review Review - Sunday 24-07-2016 - 04:59

    Fractal Design Define Nano S review: shrunk in the wash

    Large Mini-ITX cases: it sounds like a contradictory concept, but see more and more examples of this type of case being brought to market. In light of the aged Bitfenix Prodigy and the more recently discussed NZXT Manta, we will take a closer look at the Fractal Design Define Nano S. That is quite a mouthful of a name, but this is a product with a solid family history. Will the smallest in this family honour its predecessors?

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  • Corsair RM550x / RM650x review: excellent middle class

    Corsair RM550x / RM650x review: excellent middle class

    Review Review - Friday 22-07-2016 - 04:59

    Corsair RM550x / RM650x review: excellent middle class

    In September last year Corsair launcher their new RMx-series of Gold-rated power supplies, that turned out to have an excellent price/performance ratio. Back then we reviewed the models with higher capacity, but today we take a look at the RM550x and the RM650x.

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  • 56 power supplies of 350-550 watt review

    56 power supplies of 350-550 watt review

    Review Review - Wednesday 20-07-2016 - 04:59

    56 power supplies of 350-550 watt review

    Because graphics cards and processor manufacturers have an increasing emphasis on keeping the power usage as low as possible, you do not need a lot more than 450 watt for your high-end system. Therefore we take a look at 56 power supplies in this test; all of them are between 350 and 550 watt.

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  • Luxury B150 Micro-ATX round-up: three motherboards tested

    Luxury B150 Micro-ATX round-up: three motherboards tested

    Review Review - Monday 18-07-2016 - 04:59

    Luxury B150 Micro-ATX round-up: three motherboards tested

    Due to improvements in the Skylake chipsets these days it's possible to purchase a B150 motherboard with a good amount of modern functionality, such as M.2, USB 3.1 and a good audio codec. In this review we're taking a look at the three highest positioned B150 Micro-ATX motherboards: the ASUS B150M Pro Gaming, Gigabyte B150M-DS3P and MSI B150M Night Elf

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