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Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: Alienware M18 R1 "AMD Advantage" Gaming Laptop Review, ECS LIVA Z5 Plus Mini-PC Review
Cooling: ID-Cooling FROZN A720 and A620 Review: A New King of Air Cooling
Input: Arbiter Studio Polar 65 Hall Effect Keyboard Review
Memory: Apacer NOX 64GB (2 x 32GB) DDR5 6000MHz Memory Review
Storage: ADATA Legend 970 Review: A Speedy, Actively-Cooled Gen 5 SSD





Computers:

TweakTown: Alienware M18 R1 "AMD Advantage" Gaming Laptop Review

The AMD Advantage edition of the Alienware M18 R1 is the most powerful gaming laptop Team Red has ever offered. Join us as we take a close look.

Alienware M18 R1 "AMD Advantage" Gaming Laptop Review

Madshrimps: ECS LIVA Z5 Plus Mini-PC Review

The ECS LIVA Z5 Plus has impressed us quite a bit in terms of performance, operating silently even when higher load levels are implied. Not long ago we have tried out the Shuttle DC40U5 with the i5-1235U, while the LIVA Z5 Plus does incorporate the i5-1335U.

[M] [M] ECS LIVA Z5 Plus Mini-PC Review

Cooling:

Tom's Hardware: ID-Cooling FROZN A720 and A620 Review: A New King of Air Cooling

The FROZN A720’s performance is virtually unrivaled among air coolers, and capable of handling Intel’s i7-13700K without throttling.

ID-Cooling FROZN A720 and A620 Review: A New King of Air Cooling

Input:

TechPowerUp: Arbiter Studio Polar 65 Hall Effect Keyboard Review

The Polar 65 is a new keyboard from a new brand that's decided to make a name for itself using Hall effect magnetic switches. It is available in nine different colors, adopts the 65% form factor, has customizable switch actuation and a rapid trigger mode for gaming, and has software support for fine tuning the user experience.

Arbiter Studio Polar 65 Hall Effect Keyboard Review

Memory:

eTeknix: Apacer NOX 64GB (2 x 32GB) DDR5 6000MHz Memory Review

Apacer is one of the leading names for memory production, having many of the fastest kits on the market, and a vast range of products to choose from. We've got their latest NOX memory in for review today, a high-end DDR5 kit with speeds available in 5200, 5600, 6000 and 6400 variants. I'll be putting the 6000 MHz kit through its paces today, which features timings of 40-40-40-96, however, there are a few variants of this memory with timings of 40-40-40-80/40-40-40-80/40-40-40-96/40-40-40-84 available. Apacer NOX 64GB DDR5 Memory Available in 8GB to 32GB kits, you can build a package to suit

Apacer NOX 64GB (2 x 32GB) DDR5 6000MHz Memory Review

Storage:

HotHardware: ADATA Legend 970 Review: A Speedy, Actively-Cooled Gen 5 SSD

The ADATA Legend 970 is a fast, actively-cooled PCIe 5.0 SSD that can hang with some of the fastest drives currently on the market.

ADATA Legend 970 Review: A Speedy, Actively-Cooled Gen 5 SSD