TheOverclocker Presents - Intel Core i9 9900KS

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TheOverclocker Presents – Intel Core i9 9900KS

9900KS

WEB: INTEL MSRP: EU €429.99| AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

With everything that has happened in the Desktop CPU world in 2019, Intel’s had a tough time competing against reinvigorated competition, challenges with security exploits and manufacturing delays. A perfect storm of sorts, but through it all Intel has managed to hold on to two titles, courtesy of the Core i9 9900KS. This CPU holds the honors for the highest clocked CPU in the business and most importantly the highest performing gaming CPU of all. 9900KS availability has proved quite challenging and prices high. However if you do manage to find one, you’ll not be disappointed. The Core i9 9900KS CPUs have some of – if not – the finest 14nm silicon from Intel and despite it’s age, packs the mightiest punch of all. Find out more in TheOverclocker Presents – Intel Core i9 9900KS

TheOverclocker Presents – ROG Crosshair VIII IMPACT

WEB: ASUS MSRP: US $429.99| AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

What is unquestionably the most anticipated board for AMD Ryzen extreme overclocking has arrived. It’s tiny, has a high price and may be hard to come by, but oh is it really incredible. Simply stated – the ROG Crosshair VIII IMPACT is the apex of AMD Ryzen overclocking.

TheOverclocker Presents – GALAX Hall Of Fame 10th Anniversary OC Lab Edition

WEB: GALAX MSRP: US $2099.99| AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

Welcome to the 2nd edition of TheOverclocker Presents series. In this issue, we take a detailed look at the 10th Anniversary edition of the GALAX Hall Of Fame cards. Not only is this the fastest RTX 2080 Ti money can buy, it is without a doubt the fastest GPU on the market, even beating the TITAN RTX in most benchmarks. Take a look inside for more.

TheOverclocker Presents – X570 AORUS MASTER

WEB: GIGABYTE MSRP: US $359.99| AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

Welcome to the 1st edition of TheOverclocker Presents series. In this issue, we take a detailed look at the X570 Aorus Master from GIGABYTE. Featuring the latest 12-phase direct VRM controller from Infineon, the Aorus Master packs a punch in power delivery, features and of course performance. Read more to find out.

TheOverclocker Issue 47

Issue 47 of TheOverclocker Magazine is here. In this issue we cover one of the finest if not the finest Z390 motherboard can buy. Our cover feature EVGA Z390 Dark. We review the mighty Maximus XI Apex and take a look at GIGABYTE’s RTX 2080 Ti Xtreme. All this and more in issue 47 of TheOverclocker.

TheOverclocker Issue 46

Issue 46 of TheOverclocker Magazine is here. This time featuring coverage of the GALAX OC Lab 5th year anniversary and the GOC 2018 finals. Not only that, we take a look at the mighty ROG Maximus XI Gene, the AORUS Z390 Xtreme and examine the effect of tuning secondary and tertiary DRAM timings on magnificent ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming ITX/AC motherboard. All this and more in the first issue of 2019.

TheOverclocker Issue 45

Issue 45 of TheOverclocker is here. Yet another Intel CPU, this time the mighty Core i9 9900K, CORSAIR’s Special Edition Contrast memory and we share thoughts and ideas on technological progress both in the PC DIY space and in computing as a whole, be sure to read our Turing editorial 😉

TheOverclocker Issue 44

It’s here, Issue 44 of TheOverclocker. Lean and mean, I cover Intel’s core i7 8086K, the ROG Crosshair VII Hero (Ryzen 2700X OC) all LN2 cooled and all ROG powered. Computex gets a some minor coverage as well (hey there’s only one of me) and I take the GALAX HOF DDR4 through it’s paces.

TheOverclocker Issue 43

Issue 43 of TheOverclocker has arrived. We match the two fastest INTEL CPUs with two of the best boards on the market and freeze it all for some great LN2 action. The ASUS APEX boards are pretty much peerless and we overclock the Core i9 7980XE anx 8700K to prove it. Last but not least, GOC 2017 supplement has been included in this issue – this and more in Issue 43.

TheOverclocker Issue 42

Issue 42 of TheOverclocker is here. A little different, a little better. LN2 action from start to end just the way it should be. These aren’t reviews, but perspectives, opinions and experiences with some of the best hardware money can buy. We froze it all and overclocked it all. Let’s not forget the incredible CORSAIR ONE machine, complete, fast and damn impressive. All in Issue 42.