The mid-tower cases focus on cable management, with a “RapidRoute” channel system and 25mm (1 inch) of space behind the motherboard. And both ship with 120mm AirGuide fans with “anti-vortex vanes” to concentrate airflow. Both cases will be offered in white or black, and cooling support includes up to six 120mm fans (or four 140mm plus a 120mm rear exhaust). Radiator support is ample, with 280mm at the top (or 240mm if you have tall RAM), 360mm in the front and 120mm at the back. … [Read more...] about Corsair’s 4000D Cases Let You Prioritize Airflow or Clean Aesthetics
PlayStation 4 (1TB) PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds & Red Dead Redemption 2 Bundle — $572, was $613 Red Dead Redemption II is an action-adventure game developed by Rockstar Games. The year is 1899, and you’re an outlaw in America. Your decision? Stay loyal to the gang who raised you or put your own agenda first as you rob, steal, and fight across the heartland to survive. This game is like Grand Theft Auto in the Wild West — the world is expansive, and the characters can eat, sleep, drink, fight, steal horses, form relationships, and more. … [Read more...] about The Best Gaming Deals for September 2020: Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One
Some chipsets will respond to your boot, shutdown, and restart requests faster than others. And, if you’re considering going with AMD’s X570 or Intel’s Z490 chipset for your next build -- currently the top-of-the-line chipsets for each company -- you might want to take this into consideration. While AMD’s X570 chipset (see best X570 motherboards) supports a faster PCIe 4.0 storage interface, this doesn’t translate to a faster user experience in all cases, which is why we put these two chipsets to the test in a system boot up, shutdown, and restart showdown. … [Read more...] about Which PC Boots Up and Shuts Down Faster: AMD or Intel?