Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: Acer Swift X 14 (SFX14-71G) review: A great OLED display isn't enough on its own
Graphics Cards: NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada 32GB Workstation GPU Review
Input: Glorious Model D 2 Pro 4K/8K Review: A Bit Boring for 'Pro'
Storage: ADATA SE920 1TB Review, ADATA SE920 2TB USB4 Portable SSD Review, ANACOMDA i4-X 4TB PCIe Gen4 2280 M.2 SSD Review, TEAMGROUP T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PRO 2TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review
Windows Central: Acer Swift X 14 (SFX14-71G) review: A great OLED display isn't enough on its own
Acer's compact powerhouse has some great things going for it, but there are a few too many compromises here.
ServeTheHome: NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada 32GB Workstation GPU Review
The NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada has 32GB of ECC memory and a downright tame 250W TDP making it a solid high-end workstation GPU from NVIDIA
Tom's Hardware: Glorious Model D 2 Pro 4K/8K Review: A Bit Boring for 'Pro'
There's only so much stripped-down, ultra-lightweight eSports mice can do to differentiate themselves.
APH Networks: ADATA SE920 1TB Review
One thing that I have started watching in the last year is Formula 1. I had always known about the racing sport and the greats of the 2000s and 2010s, such as Michael Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, and Lewis Hamilton. However, prior to this year, I had yet to watch any race. So, when my girlfriend started watching, I thought it would be an interesting sport to get into. The first thing that surprised me was the number of recognizable people still racing. Drivers like Hamilton, Alonso, and Daniel Ricciardo show it is possible to continue to compete and show their prowess despite their age over newer drivers. The second thing that was neat came more from the continued influence of social media, as it led me to learn more about the drivers' personalities. However, it is no surprise the real allure of F1 for me is the raw speed of the cars. From behind the camera, I do not think I can really get the sense of the immense pace of these cars. Even when I play games like F1 23, the speed does not translate into a feeling. However, when I hear announcers talk about drivers taking corners at 200mph, or how their safety car limits the cars to our typical highway speeds, it gives a bit of a perspective in the numbers. Until I actually watch a live race, I do not think I will get an understanding. In a similar way, when ADATA announced their latest SE920 1TB drive, they provided estimates of up to 3800MB/s read speed. The numbers themselves did not really jump out of the page at first until I realized this was an external SSD. As one of the first USB4 drives available to users, what does the SE920 1TB bring? Are there any other differences other than speed? Read on to find out!
FunkyKit: ADATA SE920 2TB USB4 Portable SSD Review
Today, we have something new for you - it's one of the first USB4 portable SSD on the market - the SE920 from ADATA. The SE920 SSD is designed for the most dem
MadShrimps: ANACOMDA i4-X 4TB PCIe Gen4 2280 M.2 SSD Review
ANACOMDA is making a nice proposal with the Phison PS5018 E18 controller, paired with 1GB DDR4 2666MHz DRAM for caching, while the NAND is Toshiba 112L BiCS5 TLC (four packages). The performance matches mainstream to high-end drives, while providing optimal performance after writing about 1TB.
TheFPSReview: TEAMGROUP T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PRO 2TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review
We review the TEAMGROUP T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PRO 2TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD, is the graphene heatsink enough? How does it perform? Let's find out.