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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

CPUs: AMD Ryzen 9 7900X Review: Zen 4 Has a Pricing Problem, AMD Ryzen 9 7950X and Ryzen 7 7700X Review with gaming and workstation benchmarks- A new era begins with Zen 4 an the new Socket AM5
Displays: Alienware AW2523HF Review: Blinding Speed and Instant Response
Gaming: Grounded Review - Honey, I Conquered the Genre
Memory: Lexar ARES OC 32GB DDR5 5200MHz CL38 Dual-Channel Kit Review
Storage: Lexar Professional NM800 PRO 2TB Review





CPUs:

Tom's Hardware: AMD Ryzen 9 7900X Review: Zen 4 Has a Pricing Problem

High-priced chip meets expensive motherboards and DDR5



AMD Ryzen 9 7900X Review: Zen 4 Has a Pricing Problem

IgorsLAB: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X and Ryzen 7 7700X Review with gaming and workstation benchmarks- A new era begins with Zen 4 an the new Socket AM5

AMD let us release tests of the four new Zen 4 CPUs today in the form of the Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X and Ryzen 5 7600X. We have already repo



AMD Ryzen 9 7950X and Ryzen 7 7700X Review with gaming and workstation benchmarks- A new era begins with Zen 4 an the new Socket AM5

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: Alienware AW2523HF Review: Blinding Speed and Instant Response

Alienware’s AW2523HF has an FHD/IPS panel with 360 Hz, Adaptive-Sync and HDR.



Alienware AW2523HF Review: Blinding Speed and Instant Response

Gaming:

Wccftech: Grounded Review - Honey, I Conquered the Genre

Finally out of Early Access, Grounded is here, having you survive in your very own back garden. Is it worth playing? Let's have a look.



Grounded Review - Honey, I Conquered the Genre

Memory:

NikKTech: Lexar ARES OC 32GB DDR5 5200MHz CL38 Dual-Channel Kit Review

The ARES OC 32GB 5200MHz CL38 Dual-Channel Kit is Lexar’s very first entry into the DDR5 market and even though it’s not about to impress you with its performance it does have some redeeming qualities.

Lexar ARES OC 32GB DDR5 5200MHz CL38 Dual-Channel Kit Review

Storage:

APH Networks: Lexar Professional NM800 PRO 2TB Review

In September of this year, I had the enjoyment of attending Edmonton Expo with my girlfriend and her family as she set up shop in the Artist Alley once again. While it was fun to attend and sell things, a lot of work went in on her behalf to get up to that point. Leading up to the weekend, we spent the entire week before printing out signs and merchandise, purchasing supplies for the displays, and packing everything up for the trip. She was also hard at work sketching a few prints to get ready. This was not her first time with a booth to sell things, so thankfully she could reuse a bit of her experience and supplies. However, it was the first time being a vendor outside her hometown, so there was an added element of the unknown throughout the whole event. This included additional costs of accommodations and travel while also navigating the unfamiliar environment. All in all, I think she still pulled off a successful convention with more lessons learned. In a similar vein, it might be easy to think all products of a certain category are the same, especially when it comes to internal storage. However, we often know the devil is in the details as the differences really show up past the specifications. Today, we have the Lexar Professional NM800 PRO 2TB, the latest M.2 NVMe SSD from Lexar. As a brand name, Lexar is no stranger to storage, so we have to wonder how they have built upon their past legacy and experiences. How does this new drive compare to other performance options and will we have a positive outcome? Let us read on to find out!

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