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The Strix Claw is a gaming mouse designed predominantly for first-person shooters. It’s gaming-grade credentials include Japanese-made Omron switches on the top with on-the-fly DPI controls between them and three buttons on the thumb side; meanwhile the gaming-grade 5000DPI optical sensor has angle-snap-free movement. We’ve got one, and here’s what you get in the box and see what it looks like with the new Strix Glide Control and Pro mouse mats.
Get some Mini-ITX magic as we dive into the new Maximus VII Impact. Dig the density of its hardware, and build a PC that packs a neat mPCIe Combo card, combining M.2 PCI-E x4 that delivers up to 32Gbps throughput and a bundled 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter. Together with up to 16GB of DDR3, SupremeFX quality audio and overclocking performance like you’re using a full ATX board, build small, but accept no compromise.
AMD pro, FlanK3r, is back again with more A10-7850K testing on the Crossblade Ranger. This time, he evaluates the effect of CPU NB (north bridge) frequency changes on performance, between standard 1.8GHz and 2GHz in Superpi 32M, Cinebench R11.5 and in 3D Mark11.
Source: Kaveri CPUNB scaling test
For AMD fans umming and arring over an FM2+ upgrade, let us tempt you further with an unboxing, motherboard overview and some A10-7850K, Matrix R9 290X and Crossblade combo action!