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

Casing: Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB ATX Case Review
Cooling: be quiet! Silent Wings Pro 4 120mm
Displays: ASRock PG34WQ15R2B Review: Efficient With Balanced Performance at an Attractive Price, ASRock Phantom Gaming PG34WQ15R3A 34-inch Ultrawide Monitor Review, Gigabyte M27F-A Gaming Monitor review: The World's First KVM Gaming Monitor
Gaming: Hogwarts Legacy Review: A Magic and worthwhile Journey, Like a Dragon: Ishin! Review - New Era, Same Drama, Octopath Traveler II Review – Same Systems, Superior Stories, Octopath Traveler II Review-In-Progress
Headphones: OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Review: Supreme Comfort, Solid Sound
Input: ASUS ROG Azoth Wireless Gaming Keyboard M701 Review, G-Wolves Hati-S Plus ACE Review
Motherboards: Asus W790E and W790 Workstation Motherboards Released - Is HEDT Back?
Networking: ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 WIFI6E router review
Power: The Montech Titan Gold 1200W PSU Review: A Capable Contender for the ATX 3.0 Club





Casing:

PC Inquisitor: Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB ATX Case Review

With three 140mm fans up front and room for three more on top, the Ceres 500 has much more than just TG and ARGB.

Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB ATX Case Review

Cooling:

Glob3trotters: be quiet! Silent Wings Pro 4 120mm

Very few high performance 120mm fans can simultaneously achieve the coveted trinity of airflow, static pressure and low noise output. Of course, this equilibrium is subjective depending on context but usually there will be some sort of a drawback the more you pursue one side of the triangle.

Build quality is implied from the get-go and this specific sector for a long time has been dominated by Noctua, with their NF-A12x25 PWM fans, that have so far, in our opinion, the best overall balance. There have been small exceptions like Phanteks with their T30 series, but these don’t respect the standard 25mm thick format.

be quiet! Silent Wings Pro 4 120mm | Glob3trotters

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: ASRock PG34WQ15R2B Review: Efficient With Balanced Performance at an Attractive Price

A 34-inch VA WQHD gaming monitor with a 1500R curve, 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR 400 and extended color.



ASRock PG34WQ15R2B Review: Efficient With Balanced Performance at an Attractive Price

TweakTown: ASRock Phantom Gaming PG34WQ15R3A 34-inch Ultrawide Monitor Review

ASRock's PG34WQ15R3A makes a case for switching to ultrawide, and is affordable option that delivers excellent results without breaking the bank.



ASRock Phantom Gaming PG34WQ15R3A 34-inch Ultrawide Monitor Review

Wccftech: Gigabyte M27F-A Gaming Monitor review: The World's First KVM Gaming Monitor

Gigabyte refreshed its M27F gaming monitor towards the end of 2022, offering KVM control built-in to the display for the first time.



Gigabyte M27F-A Gaming Monitor review: The World's First KVM Gaming Monitor

Gaming:

BabelTechReviews: Hogwarts Legacy Review: A Magic and worthwhile Journey

I knew Hogwarts Legacy was succeeding when I found myself 10 hours in without thinking […]



Hogwarts Legacy Review: A Magic and worthwhile Journey -

Wccftech: Like a Dragon: Ishin! Review - New Era, Same Drama

Thought previously impossible to localize, Sakamoto Ryoma's adventures in Feudal Japan are available for all in Like a Dragon: Ishin!



Like a Dragon: Ishin! Review - New Era, Same Drama

Wccftech: Octopath Traveler II Review – Same Systems, Superior Stories

Does Octopath Traveler II build and improve on what the original title achieved? Or has this traveler lost its sense of direction?



Octopath Traveler II Review – Same Systems, Superior Stories

MMORPG.com: Octopath Traveler II Review-In-Progress

Released nearly five years ago, Octopath Traveler became the beautiful 2D-HD RPG we all didn't know we needed. Octopath Traveler II is almost here, and we're putting it through its paces, trying to answer the question of whether this successor to a stellar RPG carries on that legacy while still being different enough to forge a path of its own.

Octopath Traveler II Review-In-Progress | MMORPG.com

Headphones:

HotHardware: OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Review: Supreme Comfort, Solid Sound

The latest OnePlus Buds Pro 2 earbuds have great sound and a comfy design that many folks will enjoy.



OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Review: Supreme Comfort, Solid Sound

Input:

MMORPG.com: ASUS ROG Azoth Wireless Gaming Keyboard M701 Review

ASUS' Republic of Gamers brand has long been synonymous with quality. The new M701 Azoth wireless keyboard continues this trend. Check out our thoughts here in our review whether or not that high quality is also worth the high price.

ASUS ROG Azoth Wireless Gaming Keyboard M701 Review | MMORPG.com

TechPowerUp: G-Wolves Hati-S Plus ACE Review

With the wireless Hati-S Plus ACE, G-Wolves presents an ambidextrous mouse weighing no more than 46 g without any holes. Furthermore, the ACE comes with PixArt's latest PAW3395 sensor, Zippy main button switches rated for 60 million clicks, and pure PTFE feet.



G-Wolves Hati-S Plus ACE Review

Motherboards:

ThePCEnthusiast: Asus W790E and W790 Workstation Motherboards Released - Is HEDT Back?

With the release of AMD's Ryzen CPU and the ever-increasing CPU core count, the HEDT market has been nose-diving these past few years. 



Asus W790E and W790 Workstation Motherboards Released - Is HEDT Back? - ThePCEnthusiast

Networking:

The Guru of 3D: ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 WIFI6E router review

The ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 is a large gaming router that supports the new 6 GHz frequency, also known as WIFI 6E. It is also compatible with 5G AX/AC and 2.4G lower bands.

ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 WIFI6E router review

Power:

Anandtech: The Montech Titan Gold 1200W PSU Review: A Capable Contender for the ATX 3.0 Club

Today we are taking a look at a new high-end power supply from industry newcomer Montech. Coming off the success of their mid-power units like the Century Gold series, the company is taking the next step to establishing a full top-to-bottom PSU product stack with the release of their first family of ATX 3.0 units, the Titan Gold Family.



The Montech Titan Gold 1200W PSU Review: A Capable Contender for the ATX 3.0 Club