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Enclave Audio CineHome Pro review: A great home theater audio system—for the right audience

The Enclave Audio CineHome Pro is designed for people who crave a high-end home theater experience, but who are willing to sacrifice a skosh of

The ASRock Rack EPYCD8-2T Motherboard Review: From Naples to Rome

It’s no secret that AMD is looking to carve out a bigger share in the server market with their enterprise EPYC processors, and much fanfare has

Supermicro C9X299-PG300F Review: a Workstation Board for Gamers

Supermicro might not be as known to gamers and enthusiasts as ASRock, Asus, or Gigabyte. But in the professional computing industry,the company provides solutions for

HPE 620QSFP28 4x 25GbE Single QSFP28 Port Ethernet Adapter Review

Sometimes at STH we come across server hardware that is nothing short of intriguing just because of a form factor. The HPE 620QSFP28 is one

AMD EPYC 7F52 Benchmarks Review and Market Perspective

We have come a long way since the original AMD EPYC 7002 series launched in what we dubbed a “knockout.” AMD is poised for a

Synology DiskStation DS220j Review

Setting up and managing your own personal cloud server is easy with Synology’s DiskStation DS220j ($169.99). This two-bay network attached storage (NAS) device offers a

GIGABYTE MZ31-AR0 Motherboard Review: EPYC with Dual 10G

The workstation and server markets are big business for not only chip manufacturers such as Intel and AMD, but for motherboard vendors too. Since AMD’s

Supermicro 2029UZ-TN20R25M Review 2U Direct-Attach NVMe Storage

The Supermicro 2029UZ-TN20R25M is a 2U dual-socket server that is part of the company’s “Ultra” line meant to compete in the higher-end of the server

Intel Xeon W-2295 Benchmarks and Review 18 Cores in LGA2066

When we first heard about the Intel Xeon W-2295 it sounded like an exciting part. For $1,333 this is a high-frequency 18-core part that would

AMD EPYC 3000 Line Gets Updated Adding and Dropping Models

At STH, we have a fairly massive collection of AMD EPYC 3000 series reviews and articles. Check out AMD EPYC 3000 Coverage From STH Your

Intel Pentium Gold G5420 Benchmarks and Review A Cheap Server CPU

The Intel Pentium Gold G5420 is a great CPU possibly from a bygone era. In 2020, it is still considered a modern CPU but with

Gigabyte G242-Z10 Review 2U 4x GPU Server

When we first saw the Gigabyte G242-Z10 at SC19, we thought it would appeal to a number of our readers. This is a four GPU,

Roon: everything you need to know

A Roon server delivers music management and orchestration What is Roon? It’s not the easiest music service to explain. The fact that Roon Labs has

Supermicro 2049P-TN8R Review Optimized 4P Intel Xeon Scalable Server

The Supermicro 2049P-TN8R (or technically the SYS-2049P-TN8R) is a 4-socket server that is designed differently from many of the other models we have tested like

Kioxia RM5 Review Where Value SAS Makes Sense

When we last covered the Kioxia RM5, Kioxia was still called Toshiba Memory. The line is designed to be at SATA pricing on configurators of

Arylic A50 Review

The Arylic A50 digital stereo amplifier is built for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, comes multi-room ready, and is DNLA /UPnP compatible What is the Arylic A50?

How you back up your iPhone and iPad in macOS 10.15 Catalina

The iTunes app may be gone, but you can still back up your iOS device to your Mac. For iPhone and iPad users who still

Sony could be taking notes from Google with this Stadia-like PS5 controller

Sony has been caught filing a patent for a PlayStation controller suspiciously similar to the controller Google is pushing for gaming platform Stadia. The patent, first

How you back up your iPhone and iPad in macOS 10.15 Catalina

The iTunes app may be gone, but you can still back up your iOS device to your Mac. For iPhone and iPad users who still

Roon Labs’ Nucleus music server review: Exquisite hardware for exceptional software

The Nucleus is a superb—but very expensive—platform for running Roon Labs’ marvelous Roon music server software. Roon Labs’ Roon music server software is is unparalleled

Eurocom Tornado F7SE – server laptop, optional 128GB RAM, 22TB hard drive

EUROCOM recently released the latest Tornado F7 notebook. According to the official introduction, this product uses the Intel Xeon processor, the slot is LGA1151, and

The Xbox One is dying: all hail the Xbox 2 Project Scarlett

Sales of Microsoft’s Xbox One games consoles are stuttering following the unveiling of the company’s new Xbox 2, codenamed “Project Scarlett”. The news was revealed in Microsoft’s

Apple quietly updates Macs to remove Zoom’s risky web server

Zoom, a popular video conferencing software, was recently found to contain a serious security vulnerability that left millions of Mac users at risk. According to

Raspberry Pi 4 review: The most powerful Pi ever stakes its claim on the mainstream desktop

Everyone’s favourite pico-computer takes a quantum leap forward – but keep your expectations realistic I won’t lie. When I heard that the Raspberry Pi 4

Synology DS419slim NAS box review: A low-profile, power-saving media server for the smart home

You can populate this small NAS box with SSDs for low-power movie and music streaming. It even has the power to handle 4K video. Small

Mark Levinson’s No. 5101 Plays SACDs Like It’s 1999!

Executive Overview At last year’s Rocky Mountain Audio Fest, Mark Levinson previewed the No. 5802 and No. 5805 integrated amplifiers, the first products in the company’s

Is your internet fast enough for Google Stadia? Here’s how to find out

Google has made a speed test to let you know if your internet connection is fast enough to handle its Google Stadia game streaming service. The test works by

Lost Your Windows 10 Pro License? A Fix Is Coming

Some days you wake up and find your whole world is changed. Such is the case with certain Windows 10 Pro users, who’ve found that

Mac mini 2018 hands on: Big charm in small package

We feared the Mac mini was dead. Left for years without the merest glimpse of an update, Apple’s smallest computer had somehow shrunk even further,

SecureData SecureDrive BT 1TB review

When it comes to storing data, there are two schools of thought. Either do it locally (on a hard drive or local server) or store