In this review we'll be looking at the AsRock z590 PG Velocita, which is currently available on Amazon for $289.99. This is one of the higher end gaming-focused motherboards in AsRock's z590 lineup, it's name "Velocita" meaning "velocity" in Italian. As such, we're expecting it to be fast. Does it live up to it's name? Keep Reading.
Article Updated 4/3/21: Public drivers for UHD 750 are now available, and we have noted up to 10% performance increases...
Intel increases the all core turbo speed of the upcoming i9 Rocketlake CPUs up to 5.1ghz across 8 cores - if you can keep it cool enough.
The early review posted by Dr Ian Cutress of the Rocketlake had some gaming enthusiasts worried, with some results showing...
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A new listing on the official Bluetooth Sig, Inc. website indicates that Intel’s new AX-101 & AX203 Wifi 6 adapters, as well as previously launched AX-200 and 201 series, have passed certified for Bluetooth 5.2
When Rocketlake launched, I declined to call my coverage of it a "review" because the motherboards I had available were either using early (buggy) BIOSes and/or were experiencing other problems. Have these BIOS updates improved the situation at all? Keep reading.
With the assistance of Reddit, AMD has identified the cause of certain USB connectivity issues and will be releasing an AGESA update to fix this issue.
Intel discontinued it's optional overclocking warranty, the Performance Tuning Protection Plan
RIITOP's dock is different than other NVMe to USB adapters, but how does it stack up?