Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Cooling: be quiet! Light Wings White PWM High Speed 120mm and 140mm Review, AIGO AT360 Black AIO Review, Alpenföhn Brocken 4 220W TDP Air Cooler
Graphics Cards: AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX Graphics Card Review - The Better Choice? (Updated)
Headphones: Sivga Luan Open-Back, Over-Ear Headphones Review
Input: Drop Expression Series Togekey Mechanical Keyboard Review, Fnatic Bolt Wireless Gaming Mouse and Mousepad Review
Motherboards: ASRock Z790 PG Sonic Motherboard Review
Power: Montech Titan Gold 850W PSU Review
Storage: Sabrent Rocket 4TB M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD Review
APH Networks: be quiet! Light Wings White PWM High Speed 120mm and 140mm Review
As I was traveling throughout Korea and Japan this summer, I realized how inconvenient our convenience stores are in Canada. The convenience stores in both Korea and Japan offered such amazing deals to the point where I do not understand what went wrong here. When you compare the likes of 7-Eleven, the differences are so drastic. Being able to buy proper meals in convenience stores for less than $5 was something that truly blew my mind away. When you compare $5 pasta that is good to a bag of chips you can get here, it feels unreal. It might be weird to say, but one of the biggest highlights of my trip was a convenience store called FamilyMart. At first look, I thought it looked like a bootleg 7-Eleven. When I realized there was a FamilyMart at every corner, I thought it was worth a try. It was crazy to think that a convenience store could actually be convenient and be able to provide everything you need at a reasonable price. FamilyMart truly did it all. You know what also does it all? The be quiet! Light Wings White PWM High Speed. After reviewing the Silent Wings 4, I am excited to review another series of be quiet! fans after observing the amazing performance they can achieve. Will the be quiet! Light Wings White PWM High Speed 120mm and 140mm fans be able to satisfy my need for aesthetics and performance? Keep reading to find out!
EnosTech.com: AIGO AT360 Black AIO Review
The AIGO AT360 while rather loud, offers some good cooling performance. However, there are some other short comings concerning this cooler.
Glob3trotters: Alpenföhn Brocken 4 220W TDP Air Cooler
Alpenföhn is expanding their air cooling inventory with some potent examples. This new series incorporates two CPU coolers and is under the ‘Broken 4‘ family, a name taken from the highest peak in Northern Germany. So, we have a single tower heatsink that’s rated up to 220W of TDP and a twin heatsink dual fan giant, the Brocken 4 MAX, which can handle up to 250W TDP. We will review both and let’s start today with the Brocken 4.
ThePCEnthusiast: AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX Graphics Card Review - The Better Choice? (Updated)
Our AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX review is up. Find out how the flagship GPU of AMD performs and if it can beat its competition in our review here.
TechPowerUp: Sivga Luan Open-Back, Over-Ear Headphones Review
Sivga has developed an exciting new dynamic driver and uses it in the new Luan open-back headphones. It comes in two colors/wood finish options and presents an enjoyable warm-neutral tonality that plays well with a variety of music genres while also being highly comfortable and fairly affordable to further sweeten the deal.
ThinkComputers: Drop Expression Series Togekey Mechanical Keyboard Review
Today, I will look at a new offering from Drop, the Drop Expression Series Togekey Mechanical Keyboard. Pokemon fans will love the Togepi/Toetic theme that Drop has included in this keyboard.
EnosTech.com: Fnatic Bolt Wireless Gaming Mouse and Mousepad Review
The FnaticBolt Wireless Gaming mouse is on the expensive side of things but it offers some amazing performance and is great to use.
TweakTown: ASRock Z790 PG Sonic Motherboard Review
ASRock's Z790 PG Sonic motherboard surprised us with its performance and features, given the relatively decent asking price. Join us for a close look.
Hardware Busters: Montech Titan Gold 850W PSU Review
The Montech Titan Gold 850W achieves high performance, offering also a silent operation. This is a fully ATX v3.0 compliant power supply, so it won’t have a problem handling newer generation GPUs with 12+4 pin sockets.
MadShrimps: Sabrent Rocket 4TB M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD Review
Again, we have noted that the usage of TLC NAND is beneficial versus drives which use QLC; not only the MTBF value is noticeably higher, but the sustained write rates do hover at about 1GB/s after the pseudo-SLC cache has been completely filed up.