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

Computers: Geekom A5 MiniPC
Cooling: Arctic Freezer 36 A-RGB Review, Geometric Future Eskimo Junior 24 Review: Unique design and quiet noise levels, but mediocre performance, Valkyrie Syn 360 ARGB LCD AIO Review
Memory: G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 CL32 48GB Review, Sleek Design, More Capacity
Power: XPG KYBER 750W ATX v3.1 PSU Review
Storage: QNAP TBS-h574TX All-Flash NASbook Review, WD Black SN770M 2TB SSD Review - Fastest of the Tiny Drives





Computers:

The Guru of 3D: Geekom A5 MiniPC

We review the Geekopm A5, based on the Ryzen 7 5800H. It features plenty of flexibility with user-upgradeable RAM (up to 64 GB) and storage (up to 2 TB M.2 2280 and 2 TB 2.5” SATA drive). The AMD Ryzen7 5800H processor features eight powerful CPU cores that can reach clock speeds of up to 4.4GHz. It is a powerful mini PC.

Review: Geekom A5 MiniPC

Cooling:

OCInside.de: Arctic Freezer 36 A-RGB Review

Cooler update from Arctic! The cooler specialists Arctic have today updated the popular Freezer 35 single-tower cooler and optimized it for the latest processors from Intel and AMD. There should be something for every preference among the five different versions of the new Freezer 36 and Arctic has included a very special accessory for Intel processors. The following review here on OCinside.de reveals what it is and how the Freezer 36 performs in terms of cooling performance, ease of installation, volume, etc., as well as the 360 degree view and the short video with sound sample!

Arctic Freezer 36 A-RGB Review

Tom's Hardware: Geometric Future Eskimo Junior 24 Review: Unique design and quiet noise levels, but mediocre performance

An eye-catching design with some subtle RGB, and fans like no other cooler you’ve seen.

Geometric Future Eskimo Junior 24 Review: Unique design and quiet noise levels, but mediocre performance

TechPowerUp: Valkyrie Syn 360 ARGB LCD AIO Review

Valkyrie makes a strong impression with their Syn 360 ARGB all-in-one liquid cooler. Featuring solid performance, distinctive aesthetics, a built-in 2.4" display, and a robust five-year warranty, it undeniably has a lot to offer. However, its higher price makes it a more specialized option than conventional offerings.

Valkyrie Syn 360 ARGB LCD AIO Review

Memory:

The PC Enthusiast: G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 CL32 48GB Review, Sleek Design, More Capacity

The G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 is a high performance memory module for Intel system. We reviewed the DDR5-6400 CL32 48GB memory kit in this article.

G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 CL32 48GB Review, Sleek Design, More Capacity

Power:

Hardware Busters: XPG KYBER 750W ATX v3.1 PSU Review

The XPG Kyber 750W is an affordable, Platinum efficiency in the Cybenetics scheme, compatible with the ATX v3.1 spec, utilizing CWTs GPW platform.

XPG KYBER 750W ATX v3.1 PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Storage:

eTeknix: QNAP TBS-h574TX All-Flash NASbook Review

When it comes to eTeknix, our bread and butter is CPUs, GPUs, and motherboards when it comes to the YouTube channel, and the website, that extends to cases, power supplies, coolers and everything in between. Today however sees something slightly different coming in by way of a NAS, but this one is slightly different. Instead of being focussed on pure data storage for media pictures, videos, music, or work documents if you’re more aimed at the SMB side of the market, it’s instead aimed at content creators, and unlike a normal NAS, this is branded as a NASbook and while

QNAP TBS-h574TX All-Flash NASbook Review

TweakTown: WD Black SN770M 2TB SSD Review - Fastest of the Tiny Drives

Tiny SSDs like the WD Black SN770M are all the rage thanks to handheld gaming devices. We examine what we believe is the fastest of the tiny SSDs.

WD Black SN770M 2TB SSD Review - Fastest of the Tiny Drives