Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
CPUs: AMD Ryzen 7 8700G Review — 1080p-Capable Gaming Comes to Integrated Graphics, AMD Ryzen 8000G Series
Cooling: ASUS ROG Ryujin III 360 ARGB White Edition Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Gaming: Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth Review - The End of Yakuza, Persona 3 Reload review: An amazing remake that honors the legacy of the original
Graphics Cards: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Super Founders Edition review: Finally, a great value RTX 40-Series card, Sapphire Pulse RX 7600 XT OC
Input: ASUS TUF M3 Gen II Review, Corsair K55 Core RGB Gaming Keyboard Review
Microphones: AVerMedia Live Streamer MIC 350 (AM350) review: A dependable premium microphone that challenges the best
Motherboards: ASRock Z790 Taichi Lite Motherboard Review
Power: Super Flower Leadex VII XP 1200W ATX v3.0 PSU Review
Storage: Corsair MP600 Elite 2 TB Review - The new Phison E27T Tested, Corsair MP600 Elite 2TB SSD Review - Fast, Efficient and Powerful, Corsair MP600 Elite PCIe 4.0 DRAMless M.2 NVMe review, Sabrent Rocket 5 4TB SSD Review - Sabrent's PCIe Gen5 rocketship is ready for launch
Tom's Hardware: AMD Ryzen 7 8700G Review — 1080p-Capable Gaming Comes to Integrated Graphics
Zen 4, RDNA 3, and AM5 excite.
LanOC Reviews: AMD Ryzen 8000G Series
It’s been a surprisingly busy 2024 with a list of different GPU launches that were all announced at CES. AMD didn’t just announce the RX 7600 XT at CES however, they also introduced a new line of CPUs their Ryzen 8000G Series, and a few new SKUs in the older Ryzen 5000 Series as well for AM4 users. Today I’m going to check out two of the new 8000G Series CPUs, the Ryzen 7 8700G and Ryzen 5 8600G which will be hitting stores on the 31st. They are Zen 4 CPUs with upgraded integrated GPU capabilities including AI processing as well with an integrated NPU on both the 8700G and 8600G. Onboard graphics performance is an area that we always test and keep an eye on with included so I’m excited to see what AMD’s promise of “fastest built-in graphics in its class” will mean for actual gameplay so let’s dive in and see what they are capable of.
ThinkComputers: ASUS ROG Ryujin III 360 ARGB White Edition Liquid CPU Cooler Review
ASUS is definitely not a new name here at ThinkComputers, but this is the first time we will be taking a look at one of their CPU liquid coolers. The ROG Ryujin III 360 ARGB White Edition boasts a ton of awesome features that not only enhance its cooling performance, but also provide a great looking product with easy installation as well. From the 8th generation Asetek pump design, to the integrated VRM cooling, ASUS has really worked to make sure the Ryujin III improves upon the series' heritage. Throw in the magnetic ARGB fans, and 3.5" LCD display on the pump housing, and you've got a great looking cooler to boot.
Wccftech: Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth Review - The End of Yakuza
Two protagonists, three cities, and a final sendoff for the Dragon of Dojima in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.
Windows Central: Persona 3 Reload review: An amazing remake that honors the legacy of the original
Reload breathes new life into Persona with next-gen graphics, improved gameplay, and refined storytelling.
Windows Central: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Super Founders Edition review: Finally, a great value RTX 40-Series card
With heady gains over the standard model, the RTX 4070 Super is a terrific choice for 1440p gaming.
LanOC Reviews: Sapphire Pulse RX 7600 XT OC
Last year when I took a look at the Sapphire Pulse RX 7600 I was impressed with Sapphire’s design which while not as small as the reference AMD design was still compact where most other aftermarket cards weren’t. That seems to be the same this time around with the launch of the RX 7600 XT and Sapphire sent over their new Pulse RX 7600 XT OC. It looks to have a similar compact design which should be a lot smaller than the XFX RX 7600 XT that I already took a look at, so I am excited to see if that is the case and find out how well it performs. The RX 7600 XT is targeted at 1080p performance and has doubled up on the VRAM of the original RX 7600 along with higher clock speeds. 1080p is still the most used resolution with 59% of Steam users using it, why spend even more for a high-end video card if you won’t be able to take advantage of the extra power? Today I’m going to find out if the Sapphire Pulse RX 7600 XT OC is the new sweet spot card, let’s dig in and find out!
TechPowerUp: ASUS TUF M3 Gen II Review
The ASUS TUF M3 gaming mouse receives a thorough update with the M3 Gen II. At 59 g, the right-handed ergonomic M3 Gen II is much lighter, and comes with PixArt's PAW3318 sensor capable of 8000 CPI along with main buttons rated for 60 million clicks, for a wallet-friendly $24.99.
eTeknix: Corsair K55 Core RGB Gaming Keyboard Review
Corsair has a rich history of fancy and often rather expensive gaming keyboards. Their flagship models can cost over £200, and while they're brilliant, they're not within the budget of every PC gamer! So what can Corsair offer at the other end of the scale? Well, that's where the Corsair K55 CORE RGB comes into play, a membrane gaming keyboard that comes in at just £39.98 on Amazon, making it very appealing for those who want to get some new Corsair hardware for their gaming PC, but don't want to, or even more so, don't feel the need to, spend
Windows Central: AVerMedia Live Streamer MIC 350 (AM350) review: A dependable premium microphone that challenges the best
AVerMedia's high-end MIC 350 aims to offer the quality of professional audio gear without sacrificing convenience.
The FPS Review: ASRock Z790 Taichi Lite Motherboard Review
We review the ASRock Z790 Taichi Lite Motherboard Review, a lower-tier Taichi feature rich Z790 chipset motherboard, specs, features and performance tested.
Hardware Busters: Super Flower Leadex VII XP 1200W ATX v3.0 PSU Review
The Super Flower Leadex VII XP 1200W is an ATX v3.0 PSU, which meets all requirements of the ATX v3.1 spec (and even more)
TechPowerUp: Corsair MP600 Elite 2 TB Review - The new Phison E27T Tested
The Corsair MP600 Elite PCIe Gen 4 SSD features the new Phison E27T controller, which provides improved performance and lower power consumption than its predecessor. Additionally, it comes with a preinstalled heatsink and uses Toshiba's latest 163-layer TLC NAND flash.
TweakTown: Corsair MP600 Elite 2TB SSD Review - Fast, Efficient and Powerful
Corsair has issued its response to the recent onslaught of the 100% Chinese-made Maxio/YMTC SSDs, with its MP600 Elite 2TB gaining the upper hand.
The Guru of 3D: Corsair MP600 Elite PCIe 4.0 DRAMless M.2 NVMe review
Let me introduce you to Corsair's most monstrous MP600 NVMe SSD, the Corsair MP600 Pro XT @ PCIe Gen 4.0 SSD; this is the PRO-XT model, which is one of the fastest NVMe SSDs we have tested so far, wi...
TweakTown: Sabrent Rocket 5 4TB SSD Review - Sabrent's PCIe Gen5 rocketship is ready for launch
Sabrent's much-anticipated Rocket 5 SSD is about to launch, and we have an exclusive review of its 4TB model. Strap in as we blast past 14GB/s per second!