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

Cooling: Corsair iCUE H150i ELITE LCD XT CPU Liquid Cooler Review, DeepCool AK500 Zero Dark CPU Cooler Review
Graphics Cards: Inno3D RTX 4070 Ti Graphics Card Review, ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Edition review, ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Review - Next-Level Quiet
Headphones: Razer Kraken Kitty V2 Pro PC headset review: Being a gamer never looked so good
Input: ROCCAT Magma Mini Review, Dream Machines DM Pad L and Dream Pad Rough Control - Review
Memory: G.Skill Trident Z5 6800 C34 RGB Review
Mobile: Doogee S100 Pro is a rugged phone with a massive 10,800 mAh battery
Motherboards: ASRock B760M PG Sonic Wi-Fi Review: Spinning Within Spec
Networking: Crazy Small Router Firewall and Virtualization Node iKoolCore R1 Review 4x 2.5GbE
Power: Cooler Master V1300 SFX Platinum Review - Smaller and more powerful is currently not possible!, Growatt VITA 550 Portable Power Station Review, NZXT C1200 Gold 1200 W Review, Thermaltake Toughpower SFX 850W Gold PSU Review
Video: Eufy Security S100 Wired Wall Light Cam





Cooling:

TweakTown: Corsair iCUE H150i ELITE LCD XT CPU Liquid Cooler Review

Corsair's new iCUE H150i ELITE LCD XT impresses with its great performance and visuals, but it's not all completely smooth sailing with its high price tag.



Corsair iCUE H150i ELITE LCD XT CPU Liquid Cooler Review

ThinkComputers: DeepCool AK500 Zero Dark CPU Cooler Review

Recently DeepCool has released "Zero Dark" versions of many of their popular air coolers. This gives these coolers a "blacked out" look as they have made literally everything on the coolers black from the heatsink, heatpipes, fan, and even the...



DeepCool AK500 Zero Dark CPU Cooler Review

Graphics Cards:

eTeknix: Inno3D RTX 4070 Ti Graphics Card Review

The RTX 4070 Ti has been out for a little over 2 months now and since its launch, it didn’t exactly get greeted with the best reception due to the price-to-performance proposition that it offered and with custom AIB cards generally commanding an even higher price, what does that mean for consumers wanting the latest GPU from NVIDIA without spending over the odds? Well, that’s where the INNO3D iChill X3 comes into play.



Inno3D RTX 4070 Ti Graphics Card Review | eTeknix

The Guru of 3D: ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Edition review

ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Variant Review: High Performance and Low Noise Guaranteed. But the Noctua OC variant comes at a hefty price.

ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Edition review

TechPowerUp: ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Review - Next-Level Quiet

ASUS x Noctua is back! This time the GeForce RTX 4080 gets the low-noise treatment, with impressive results. Testing in our review confirms that even at full load, running at 4K with more than 60 FPS, the card is nearly inaudible! We measured less than 24 dBA, which is quieter than the room you're sitting in right now.



ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 Noctua OC Review - Next-Level Quiet

Headphones:

Windows Central: Razer Kraken Kitty V2 Pro PC headset review: Being a gamer never looked so good

The Kitty V2 Pro looks great and sounds better, but is it worth the steep asking price?



Razer Kraken Kitty V2 Pro PC headset review: Being a gamer never looked so good

Input:

APH Networks: ROCCAT Magma Mini Review

After walking outside for long time in a very hot summer day, what do you think would be the best way to cool down? In my opinion, there is nothing more efficient than just diving into a swimming pool. The same thing can be said for computer cooling, as I think the best way to cool down a computer is by dipping it completely into some kind of liquid and letting the circulation of coolant to do its magic. I am not joking, there is actually a term for this kind of cooling mechanism, which is called “immersion cooling”. Obviously, you are not supposed to put electronics into water. However, for immersion cooling, the liquid is not the same water from your tap, but rather it is a special kind of liquid called dielectric liquids. One good feature about dielectric liquids is that they have great thermal conductivity all while being electrically insulating. When electronics are immersed in the dielectric liquids, the heat can be absorbed by the coolant. The heated coolant is circulated to a radiator for heat exchange and then back to the container that has the electronics. One example of dielectric liquids is mineral oil. It is fine if you spill some mineral oil on your electronics, such as a keyboard, since it is electrically insulating, although it is a bit of a mess to clean up. However, if you accidentally spill other liquids such as soda or juice on your keyboard, you risk killing the entire thing. For today’s review unit, the ROCCAT Magma Mini, it is a 60% form factor keyboard with IP33 rating for water and dust resistance. This means if you spill water or juice instead of mineral oil on it, you should not have any issues at all. Is it overall a good mini gaming keyboard though? Let us keep on reading and find out!

ROCCAT Magma Mini Review (Page 1 of 3) | APH Networks

Tech-Legend: Dream Machines DM Pad L and Dream Pad Rough Control - Review

The DreamPad Rough Control and DM PAD L are two great mouse mats that serve their purpose. Both with a simple design and a low price.



Dream Machines DM Pad L and Dream Pad Rough Control - Review

Memory:

PC Inquisitor: G.Skill Trident Z5 6800 C34 RGB Review

Accelerated with CAS 34 timings at an already freakish DDR5-6800 rating, will this be the first kit to trounce our year-old DDR5-6200 samples?

G.Skill Trident Z5 6800 C34 RGB Review

Mobile:

Neowin: Doogee S100 Pro is a rugged phone with a massive 10,800 mAh battery

Doogee sent me the S100 Pro with its giant 10,800 mAh battery to put it through its paces. The company is well-known for rugged devices and we've tested a few, so how does this one hold up?



Review: Doogee S100 Pro is a rugged phone with a massive 10,800 mAh battery

Motherboards:

Tom's Hardware: ASRock B760M PG Sonic Wi-Fi Review: Spinning Within Spec

Sonic the Hedgehog-themed, Micro-ATX budget-class board offers an inexpensive way into 13th-gen Intel processors.



ASRock B760M PG Sonic Wi-Fi Review: Spinning Within Spec

Networking:

ServeTheHome: Crazy Small Router Firewall and Virtualization Node iKoolCore R1 Review 4x 2.5GbE

We test the crazy small 4x 2.5GbE iKoolCore R1 with VMware ESXi, Ubuntu, Proxmox VE, Windows, OPNsense, and pfSense.



Crazy Small Router Firewall and Virtualization Node iKoolCore R1 Review 4x 2.5GbE

Power:

IgorsLAB: Cooler Master V1300 SFX Platinum Review - Smaller and more powerful is currently not possible!

An SFX power supply with 1300W maximum power, is that possible? Yes! Cooler Master has done it, as the V1300 SFX is the most powerful SFX power supply



Cooler Master V1300 SFX Platinum Review - Smaller and more powerful is currently not possible!

StorageReview: Growatt VITA 550 Portable Power Station Review

The Growatt Vita 550 Portable Power Station is designed to power most of your essential devices and electronics with a 600W output rating.



Growatt VITA 550 Portable Power Station Review

TechPowerUp: NZXT C1200 Gold 1200 W Review

The NZXT C1200 Gold is a high-performance power supply, meeting the strict ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 requirements. It has a 600 W 12VHPWR connector, which makes it compatible with any current or upcoming GPU. Thanks to the Channel Well platform, performance is good, too.



NZXT C1200 Gold 1200 W Review

Hardware Busters: Thermaltake Toughpower SFX 850W Gold PSU Review

After checking the Thermaltake Toughpower SFX-L model with 1000W max power, it is time to look at the lower capacity unit, which follows the SFX form factor. With 850W capacity, ATX v3.0, and PCIe 5.0 compatibility, thanks to its 600W 12VHPWR cable, this PSU is ideal for a compact but potent system. The most popular SFX PSUs in the high-end category are the ones with 850W capacity, which is why most brands try to have a worthy presence in this wattage category.



Thermaltake Toughpower SFX 850W Gold PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Video:

LanOC Reviews: Eufy Security S100 Wired Wall Light Cam

Product Name: Eufy Security S100 Wired Wall Light Cam Review Sample Provided by: eufy Written by: Wes Compton

Eufy Security S100 Wired Wall Light Cam - LanOC Reviews