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Last seen 17 days ago.

— 8TB of storage space at $150 sounded more like an excellent deal, maybe one of the highest value HDD you can get today especially if you want to store a lot of games, videos, project files, etc. This HDD has slower read/write compared to other HDD at same capacity but that's not a big deal for 8TB HDD at that price.

2 month ago.

— One of the fastest spinning HDD that's available on market, while 10k RPM obviously have higher R/W speed compared to other HDD, regular users are advised to opt for SSD or 7.2k RPM HDD instead.

2 months ago.

— 2TB SSD at $215 is an excellent deals right now. A great high-capacity SATA SSD that is very reliable.

2 months ago.

— The highest capacity M.2 SSD that's currently in the market. Offering 4TB of storage space in a such small form factor while using NVMe interface, this SSD is ideal for mobile workstations, or users who have only one M.2 slot left in their motherboard or wants to maximize total storage capacity without resorting to 2.5 inch SATA SSD or in worst case, HDD. The only downside is pricing which is expected for SSD that has 4TB of storage and has very fast NVMe interface while using M.2 form factor.

2 months ago.

— The Gigabyte's entry into lightning fast PCIe 4.0 SSD, while the orange heatsink doesn't disappoint and looks very nice, there's 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD that comes at lower price and comes with heatsink that could cool SSD better or blends in well for some builds.

2 months ago.

— The successor to the last gen i5-9400F, this CPU offer similar amount of cores albeit has 6 more thread compared to i5-9400F. This CPU, asides from multithreaded tasks such as heavy multitasking or content creation offer no difference compared to i5-9400F in day-to-day and gaming basis. Also, this CPU, without iGPU costs less than i5-10400 and those money saved can be used to buy something better such as e.g. better GPU, SSD, higher quality case fans, or if you love to stay at home, a stack of pizza and large bottle of cokes to keep a day running during a long gaming session.

2 months ago.

— The current gaming king, the 10 core 20 thread i9-10900K comes with base clock of 3.7GHz and a boost clock of whopping 5.3GHz thanks to Intel's Thermal Velocity Boost. This CPU has all core boost of 4.9GHz and supports higher RAM clock natively. This CPU has TDP of 125W and requires beefy cooling such as bulky air cooler and 240mm AIO to avoid overheating, and when OC'ing this CPU, open loop liquid cooling to keep the CPU as warm as necessary. Essentially the most powerful sub $500 CPU you can buy if you're enthusiast that doesn't need moar threads to do heavy tasks such as heavy gaming and some content creation.

2 months ago.

— I wonder what is this i3 CPU? I would say this might be a severely underperforming i3-4005U judging by benchmark scores and clock (might be thermally throttled), and also the only user benchmark that has this CPU.

2 months ago.

— Doesn't look like EPYC CPU to me, this look more like either Skylake or Kaby Lake i7 CPU in disguise.

2 months ago.
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