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

Casing: APNX Creator C1 ChromaFlair Case Review
CPUs: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X Review: HEDT Ryzen Makes A Comeback, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X review - the workstation king
Displays: Cooler Master Tempest GP2711 165Hz Mini-LED Gaming Monitor Review





Casing:

KitGuru: APNX Creator C1 ChromaFlair Case Review

For the most part here at KitGuru we review hardware aimed at gaming, however there are some exceptions. A new case for review today is one of those exceptions. The APNX Creator C1 is aimed at content creators, with its “Skandi” or Scandinavian exterior designed to appeal to creative professionals. But that doesn’t mean you can't use it for a gaming system, as the company suggests its high airflow design and support for high-end hardware will appeal to more than just content creators. What we are here to find out is if it’s any good and if it’s worth the $160 price tag.



APNX Creator C1 ChromaFlair Case Review - KitGuru

CPUs:

Lowyat: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X Review: HEDT Ryzen Makes A Comeback

After a lull that last through the pandemic and made everyone think that AMD had perhaps quietly discontinued its HEDT Threadripper line, the chipmaker dropped a bomb on the entire world with the launch of its new Ryzen Threadripper 7000 Series, both for the Pro and no-Pro segments, the latter coming in three flavours: The 7980X, the 7970X, and the 7960X. On that note, AMD sent us the first two to take a look at but in this review, I’m looking at the king-of-the-hill in this range.

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Club386: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X review - the workstation king

The destroyer of benchmarks is here. Stunning performance arrives in a brand-new AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X package.



AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X review - the workstation king | Club386

Displays:

eTeknix: Cooler Master Tempest GP2711 165Hz Mini-LED Gaming Monitor Review

Cooler Master has been top of their game in the last couple of years, outputting many of my very favourite gaming monitors, so much so, that I actually now run three of them in the home and office for work and gaming.



Cooler Master Tempest GP2711 165Hz Mini-LED Gaming Monitor Review | eTeknix