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

Casing: Thermaltake CTE E600 MX Mid Tower Case Review
Computers: ASRock Rack 2U1G-B650 2U AMD Ryzen GPU Server Review
Cooling: Thermaltake 420mm TOUGHLIQUID 420 EX Pro ARGB Sync AIO Cooler Review
CPUs: Intel Core i9-14900KS 6.2 GHz & 24 Core Desktop CPU Review: The Definition of Insanity!
Displays: Feelworld DH101 10.1-inch portable monitor review: Small but packed with useful features
Storage: CORSAIR MP600 Elite 2 TB NVMe SSD review - Elite is just the name and the price, Crucial T705 2TB NVMe PCIe 5.0 SSD Review, KIOXIA EXCERIA PLUS G3 NVMe Gen4 2TB SSD Review
Other: Titanic (1997) 4K Blu-ray Review





Casing:

eTeknix: Thermaltake CTE E600 MX Mid Tower Case Review

Thermaltake has been pushing the case market to some pretty exciting places this last year or so, with their CTE cases being some of the most robust, versatile, and often largest cases in their respective class. With the CTE E600MX, it looks like they're pushing the limits of modern PC cases even further, with one of the most versatile and capable cases Thermaltake has ever created, and looking at the features list, I'm sure it's going to appeal to the modding and enthusiast system builders out there. The CTE E600 MX is a new addition to the CTE series, a

Thermaltake CTE E600 MX Mid Tower Case Review

Computers:

ServeTheHome: ASRock Rack 2U1G-B650 2U AMD Ryzen GPU Server Review

In our ASRock Rack 2U1G-B650 review, we see how this 2U server fits an AMD Ryzen socket AM5 platform with room for a big FPGA or GPU as well

ASRock Rack 2U1G-B650 2U AMD Ryzen GPU Server Review

Cooling:

eTeknix: Thermaltake 420mm TOUGHLIQUID 420 EX Pro ARGB Sync AIO Cooler Review

Thermaltake has one of the best names in the business when it comes to AIO coolers, and while I've reviewed hundreds of coolers over the years here at eTeknix, there's a reason why I have a 420mm AIO liquid cooler from Thermaltake in my own computer that I use for all my work and gaming; because they're freaking awesome, that's why. However, as much as I think their coolers, and I think they're the best on the market right now, Thermaltake think they can do even better with the release of the long-named Thermaltake 420mm TOUGHLIQUID 420 EX Pro ARGB

Thermaltake 420mm TOUGHLIQUID 420 EX Pro ARGB Sync AIO Cooler Review

CPUs:

Wccftech: Intel Core i9-14900KS 6.2 GHz & 24 Core Desktop CPU Review: The Definition of Insanity!

Intel's Core i9-14900KS CPU is a ferocious beast, running at clock speeds of up to 6.2 GHz with super high temperatures & power consumption.

Intel Core i9-14900KS 6.2 GHz & 24 Core Desktop CPU Review: The Definition of Insanity!

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: Feelworld DH101 10.1-inch portable monitor review: Small but packed with useful features

Small doesn’t have to mean lacking in functionality

Feelworld DH101 10.1-inch portable monitor review: Small but packed with useful features

Storage:

IgorsLAB: CORSAIR MP600 Elite 2 TB NVMe SSD review - Elite is just the name and the price

With the MP600 Elite, Corsair sent me an SSD to test some time ago, which I couldn't really categorize logically based on the test results and the price.

CORSAIR MP600 Elite 2 TB NVMe SSD review - Elite is just the name and the price

Funky Kit: Crucial T705 2TB NVMe PCIe 5.0 SSD Review

Not much time has passed since the launch of the T700 SSD, and Crucial has now released an even faster option called T705. The new SSD has a few improvements

Crucial T705 2TB NVMe PCIe 5.0 SSD Review

Madshrimps: KIOXIA EXCERIA PLUS G3 NVMe Gen4 2TB SSD Review

The DRAMless KIOXIA EXCERIA PLUS G3 mainstream drive does deliver good performance and comes with great durability numbers (1200 TBW for the 2TB variant). It houses the Phison PS5021-E21T main controller and BiCS5 HDR type, TLC, 112-layer NAND.

[M] [M] KIOXIA EXCERIA PLUS G3 NVMe Gen4 2TB SSD Review

Other:

TweakTown: Titanic (1997) 4K Blu-ray Review

James Cameron's classic romance disaster Titanic receives a modest makeover for its 4K debut on Blu-ray. Join us as we take a look.

Titanic (1997) 4K Blu-ray Review