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

Cooling: Arctic Liquid Freezer III 280 A-RGB AIO Review - Great Performance Per Price!, DeepCool AK620 Zero Dark Zoria CPU Cooler Review
Input: Pulsar Xlite V3 eS & X2H eS Gaming Mouse Review - Is That An OLED Display?
Memory: ANACOMDA Eryx Tataricus RGB 2x16GB DDR5 6000MHz Memory Kit Review
Video: AVerMedia Live Streamer Ultra HD GC571 Review
Other: Video Game Module for Flipper Zero Review: Gaming Comes to Hacker Device





Cooling:

Hardware Busters: Arctic Liquid Freezer III 280 A-RGB AIO Review - Great Performance Per Price!

The Arctic Liquid Freezer III 280 A-RGB is the new addition in the brands cooling solutions, offering high performance and a highly affordable price

Arctic Liquid Freezer III 280 A-RGB AIO Review - Great Performance Per Price! - Hardware Busters

eTeknix: DeepCool AK620 Zero Dark Zoria CPU Cooler Review

Today's review is something a little bit different, as while getting a new air cooler from the masters at DeepCool is nothing new, getting one that has such a unique theme is pretty rare here at eTeknix HQ. Normally, anything fancy we get is just a standard model with a little TV or some RGB on the pump. Instead, this one has some cool graphics and custom fans that should make it stand out from the crowd. Admittedly, I hadn't heard of Zoria: Age of Shattering until recently, it's a new one to me, but honestly, I don't care

DeepCool AK620 Zero Dark Zoria CPU Cooler Review

Input:

Wccftech: Pulsar Xlite V3 eS & X2H eS Gaming Mouse Review - Is That An OLED Display?

Pulsar's XLite V3 eS & X2H eS gaming mice offer superb eSports performance with fantastic ergonomics, powerful sensor & an OLED display.

Pulsar Xlite V3 eS & X2H eS Gaming Mouse Review - Is That An OLED Display?

Memory:

MadShrimps: ANACOMDA Eryx Tataricus RGB 2x16GB DDR5 6000MHz Memory Kit Review

The Eryx Tataricus DDR5 6000 RGB memory kit from ANACOMDA does integrate perfectly with the RGB tools from different manufacturers, the heat spreaders are subtle and help with heat evacuation, while the kit can deliver quite a bit of extra performance when overlocking is applied, while maintaining...

[M] [M] ANACOMDA Eryx Tataricus RGB 2x16GB DDR5 6000MHz Memory Kit Review

Video:

APH Networks: AVerMedia Live Streamer Ultra HD GC571 Review

In the past, my parents have generally looked at changing their cars once every ten years. My car is coming up on nine years, and I recently have had thoughts about replacing it. While the Chevrolet Cruze is neither a thrill to drive nor the best looking, it has been a reliable car for me. I have not had to do much in terms of maintenance, and the car has kept running despite a couple of issues like needing a new battery and a couple of leaks underneath. Looking at the car market, I have even more apprehension to find a replacement vehicle. First of all, I am not sure if I want to spend so much to replace my car when it functions fine. Next, there is the annoyance of dealing with dealerships and some of their frustrating business practices. I also am debating if an electric vehicle is viable in Calgary. However, my real issue is figuring out what car I really like. As a North American citizen, cars are almost a staple, as it is hard to get around without one. As such, I want to make sure I really like the one I drive, especially if I plan to keep it for a long time. In a similar vein, during the lockdown years, I bought a capture card so I could share my Nintendo Switch experience with my friends. I have not really thought about replacing it as my old card has done the job, especially for my use case. However, AVerMedia has recently come up with a couple of new options. Today, we have their new budget offer in the form of the Live Streamer Ultra HD GC571. Is this card a worthy upgrade, or will I unearth some areas of uneasiness? Let us read on to find out!

AVerMedia Live Streamer Ultra HD GC571 Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Other:

Tom's Hardware: Video Game Module for Flipper Zero Review: Gaming Comes to Hacker Device

Create your own video games with this Raspberry Pi Pico powered module.

Video Game Module for Flipper Zero Review: Gaming Comes to Hacker Device