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25 July 2014. .

LAB501 weekly news – 25.07.2014

After we launched the reader’s corner with Arise’s wonderful DYI eGPU study, we are now launching yet another special column, called LAB501 weekly news. It is no secret that we are trying to provide you with very technical in-depth articles, but that also means that we cannot cover every subject possible. Well, fortunately we have other colleagues around the world that are also doing a [...]

24 July 2014. .

M.2 vs mSATA case study – Crucial M500 240GB & Plextor M6e 256GB

SATA, mSATA, SATA Express, M.2, mPCIE… a bunch of terminology from which the normal customer doesn’t understand much. I must tell you that even I got confused when I found out that you can have a M.2 SSD based on a SATA controller. I knew that M.2 was the next generation high performance port allowing PCI-Express storage, so you can understand why this information was [...]

23 July 2014. .

EKWB Giveaway winners announced !!!

Howdy boys! Howe are we doing today? Everything cool? Well, here is something cooler. Our EKWB giveaway is over and we have to announce a lucky winner!!! If you remember, on the last page of our Overclocking study we gave you the chance to win one EK-Supremacy Clean CSQ Acetal waterblock, just like the one we used for our extreme water cooling tests and more [...]

18 July 2014. .

eGPU – Connecting an external video card to a notebook (DIY implementation)

Our community is populated with tons of enthusiasts and many of them are very well skilled in various areas of the computer sciences. Because of that, we thought that the most interesting things that happen on our forums should also be published on the website, so many others can benefit from the experience of our community members. And we are starting this “LAB501 contributors program” [...]

16 July 2014. .

One Plus One Review – The 2014 flagship killer

One Plus One   Here at LAB501 we always reserved a very special place for “that kind of phones”, no matter under which category they fell under. Sometimes we discuss products that would go unseen if somebody wouldn’t test them thoroughly (Acer CloudMobile S500 for instance) other times we test smartphones that get everybody’s attention (Xiaomi Mi3 for example). Sometimes we review products that are [...]

13 July 2014. .

Overclocking study – Intel Core i7 4790K & Intel Pentium G3258 – air, water, phase-change, DICE & LN2

Goooood morning LAB501 !!! Finally, the article you have all been waiting for is here ! Heck, to be honest, this is also the article we were also waiting for. Even since the dawn of LAB501, we always wanted to do a complete overclocking study, using most of the cooling methods out there. And we never did a full study, because we are very thorough [...]

09 July 2014. .

Team LAB501 takes GIGABYTE Z97X-SOC Force to 7GHz

With all this talk about Devil’s Canyon and Pentium Anniversary we thought that it would be refreshing to take a break from our serious work (you’ll see more about that the following days) and give our old Intel Core i7 4770K a try on LN2. After all we have been using the old chap for more then a year to test graphic cards and stuff [...]

08 July 2014. .

AIDA64 and LAB501 Giveaway winners announced !!!

Ok boys, not long ago we started our second weekly giveaway, with the help of our friends from AIDA64. We gave you the opportunity to win 5 x AIDA64 Extreme licenses and many of you answered our call. Today it is time to see who the lucky winners are !!! The correct answer to our question (What year was AIDA64 released) was: a – 2010 [...]

07 July 2014. .

Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2 Review

Almost 6 months ago we have tested Kingston MobileLite Wireless and we concluded that it needed a few adjustments, especially regarding the battery life. We are glad to see that MobileLite G2 conformed to our request, this time being equipped with a 4640 mAh battery (the first MobileLite only had 1800 mAh). Kingston MobileLite G2 is a device that serves the following functions: charger, mini-router [...]

02 July 2014. .

Android L – Rerouting Google…

Android has become a true fortress in Google’s empire, but what’s more remarkable is that it has done so only in the six years since its introduction back in the fall of 2008. Sure, Google may not be that old at all, unlike prestigious tech companies like HP, Intel or IBM, but they’re becoming the most relevant consumer-oriented company in the business, along with the [...]

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