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DesignEvo Review 2019 (updated) –Create professional logos with ease

The design of logo plays an integral part in branding. DesignEvo is a website that lets you create professional logos without having any experience in graphics designing. The user interface is simple and easy to use and you will be able to create a professional looking logo within 5 minutes. The logo of this website was designed in DesignEvo and I’m not even a graphics designer.

DesignEvo Review 2019

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ASUS MX27UCS: new 10-bit 4K monitor with Bang & Olufsen speakers

ASUS MX27UCS review

This year is one of the best in the gaming section, not only in the computer as such, but everyone around him. For this reason the brands have presented numerous gaming monitors, but on the other hand few monitors focused on other areas. ASUS has thought about the rest of users and has launched its MX27UCS, a monitor with 4K resolution and 10-bit IPS panel.

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AMD Ryzen 7 3750H for laptops released

The flagship processor that will be part of the new batch of models of the AMD Ryzen 3000 series for laptops, the AMD Ryzen 3750H, could reach the market from next April 2019. This would show that AMD has already secured the production of these new models, manufactured in the same 12 nm node in which the current AMD Ryzen 2000 series processors are being manufactured for desktop computers (except APU, which are still manufactured in the 14 nm node).

AMD Ryzen 7 3750H

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AMD X570: new details of the first chipset with support for PCIe 4.0

AMD Ryzen 2000 Zen 2

The AM4 platform has been with us for a couple of years and according to AMD, said platform and socket will be with us longer than we could at first think. While in the high range we have gone through the X370 and X470 with chipset reference, a new filtration provides more concrete data: AMD will present its new chipset in the Computex 2019 along with Zen 2.

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Sharkoon SKILLER SGC1 RGB is a cheap boxes with RGB and tempered glass

Sharkoon SKILLER SGC1 RGB review

The brand has added an RGB version to its box line thanks to its LED fans, where to show off it has included a tempered glass side panel. As they have done in TG4, we will have a controller for 4 RGB fans that can be controlled by the motherboard. This time this SGC1 RGB if it includes two bays for HDD, SSD or optical drives in the front, in exchange for losing a clear fan.

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