In the top ten: The most read railway tests in 2021

In 2021, Nvidia’s top models and Intel’s new processor were in the throes of peaking testing and experimentation. However, popular tests were found in various device groups, from VR glasses to SSDs, and even the streaming box can be included in the list of the most read tests of the year.

The ten most read test cases in 2021 were:

Tests Intel Core i7-12700KF Processor – The new generation takes a long step forward

Tests Gigabyte Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming OC Graphics Card – Eat Power but Get Kicked

Tests TP-Link Deco X90 Mesh System – Excellent performance and effortless to deploy

Tests Adata XPG Gammix S50 Lite and Kingston KC 2500 -NVMe SSDs – Reasonable Performance

Tests MSI GP66 Leopard Gaming Laptop – The new generation graphics card shows its fingernails

Experiment Nokia Streaming Box 8000 Media Player – Versatile remote control is mostly convenient and up-to-date features

Tests Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED XD Laptop – Great display and enough kick

Tests HP Reverb G2 Virtual Glasses – It’s best to get an accurate picture as long as the glasses work first

Tests Jimm’s Pro GtG Pioneer Prefabricated Assembly – A sensibly balanced package

Tests Razer Blade 14 Gaming Notebook – Compact, powerful and in some cases even hot


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