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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: 13" M2 MacBook Pro vs 14" MacBook Pro - What you NEED to KNOW
Coolers: LIAN LI UNI FAN SL INFINITY 120 Review - Infinite RGB, Lian Li Unifan SL-INF120 Review - Powerful toy with a lot of colorful light and a few smaller shadows
CPUs: AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Review - Fantastic Choice for Upgrades from older Ryzens
Displays: BenQ Mobiuz EX3410R Ultrawide 34
Memory: XPG Spectrix D45 16GB DDR4 4133MHz CL19 Dual-Channel Kit Review
Motherboards: ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WiFi Review, Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Hero Review
Video: Nomad Leather Cover for Apple TV Remote adds comfort and missing AirTag support





Computers:

ETA Prime: 13" M2 MacBook Pro vs 14" MacBook Pro - What you NEED to KNOW!

Every Feature and Spec Compared and How to Choose the Right MacBook Pro for You!



13" M2 MacBook Pro vs 14" MacBook Pro - What you NEED to KNOW!

Coolers:

TechPowerUp: LIAN LI UNI FAN SL INFINITY 120 Review - Infinite RGB!

Lian Li aims to one-up the RGB fan market with a highly modular, uniquely clean multi-fan setup in the new UNI FAN SL INFINITY 120 series. Featuring the best of its SL and AL fans, these use 40 LEDs per fan for an attractive infinity mirror look, combined with software control over fan curves for decent performance-to-noise balance, too.



LIAN LI UNI FAN SL INFINITY 120 Review - Infinite RGB!

IgorsLAB: Lian Li Unifan SL-INF120 Review - Powerful toy with a lot of colorful light and a few smaller shadows

The Lian Li Unifan SL-INF120 are supposed to replace the current and already tested Uni Fan SL120 RGB, and they have meanwhile triggered



Lian Li Unifan SL-INF120 Review - Powerful toy with a lot of colorful light and a few smaller shadows

CPUs:

TechPowerUp: AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Review - Fantastic Choice for Upgrades from older Ryzens

AMD's Ryzen 5 5600 is a great choice for the value-oriented buyer. It actually offers the best price/performance ratio of all Ryzen 5000 processors on the market. Thanks to recent BIOS updates, you can easily install this processor in first-generation Ryzen systems, making it a super affordable upgrade option.



AMD Ryzen 5 5600 Review - Fantastic Choice for Upgrades from older Ryzens

Displays:

MMORPG: BenQ Mobiuz EX3410R Ultrawide 34

A great gaming monitor is going to only enhance your experience. BenQ's monitors have been known the world over as being some of the best on the market. But how does their Mobiuz gaming ultrawide EX3410R monitor stack up? Here is our review.

BenQ Mobiuz EX3410R Ultrawide 34

Memory:

NikKTech: XPG Spectrix D45 16GB DDR4 4133MHz CL19 Dual-Channel Kit Review

With a stock frequency of 4133MHz at CL19 the Spectrix D45 16GB DDR4 Dual-Channel Kit by XPG could be what you’ve been looking for your new build.

XPG Spectrix D45 16GB DDR4 4133MHz CL19 Dual-Channel Kit Review

Motherboards:

APH Networks: ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WiFi Review

I am reminded, usually by myself, of my lacking artistic ability. In my mind, I think I might have some creative ideas, but the ability to actually make them happen or to realize these ideas is often less than lacking. This is not to say I do not try, but there are things that just blow my mind when I see others like my girlfriend make that I could simply not replicate. For myself, I have tried digital art and enjoyed other things like cross-stitching and playing various musical instruments. I also like randomly sketching things I see like video game characters. My girlfriend has also introduced me to painting. Besides my inability to make what I think, the other problem is that in order to try these new hobbies or things, you often need to acquire the right tools to do them well. If you imagine making a certain thing, it will always remain in your mind only if you do not have the right tools to make it happen. In the same way, just like you cannot cross-stitch without needles or floss, you cannot have a computer if you do not have the most basic parts. Aside from the processor, the motherboard is probably one of the most important components to pick correctly in order to enable things like overclocking, providing more user tweaking, or even just having a stable computer in day-to-day use. Today, we have the ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WiFi, a motherboard to cover the latest twelfth generation of Intel processors. With this motherboard falling into the ProArt lineup like we have seen in the ASUS ProArt B660-Creator D4, this idea of art may be an intriguing one, especially for a motherboard. How does this motherboard perform, and is it a capable component? Let us read on to find out!

ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WiFi Review (Page 1 of 12) | APH Networks

StorageReview: Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Hero Review

For our testbench, the Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Hero does a great job of ticking the boxes we need for high-performance storage testing.



Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Hero Review

Video:

9to5Mac: Nomad Leather Cover for Apple TV Remote adds comfort and missing AirTag support

This detailed review looks at the Nomad Leather Cover for Apple TV Remote with AirTag support, ergonomic design, and more.



Review: Nomad Leather Cover for Apple TV Remote adds comfort and missing AirTag support