Cooler Master Announces its Gaming Chair Lineup for 2023. The Caliber E1, R3 and X2 focus on upgrades that deliver great value
This was the best experience in a monitor I have had for a long time, and that's not something I say lightly. I give the Nebula C27 our Gold Award because quite frankly, this monitor kicks ass.
The $619.99 i9-12900k provides incredible uplifts in both gaming and productivity, while the $299.99 i5-12600k is the star of the show providing better overall performance than Intel's i9-10900k and uses significantly less power to do so.
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.
I was initially skeptical about this monitor due to it's lower PPI - but this panel's quality is outstanding and has raised the bar for what I consider a good monitor. With pitch perfect blacks, great HDR, zero ghosting, and crisp motion clarity - this monitor is only a resolution bump away from being "endgame".
Today we'll be comparing Intel's newly released "Beast Canyon" Extreme NUC, which uses a TigerLake i9-11900kb, to it's predecessor "Ghost Canyon" which uses the i9-9980hk. Each features an 8c CPU with a 65w long term TDP and are officially "unlocked", allowing for overclocking.