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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Audio: Razer Audio Mixer Review
Casing: Lian Li Lancool III Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Gaming: Cooler Master GD120 ARGB Gaming Desk Review
Input: Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Keyboards Review
Memory: TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 32GB 6400MHz Review
Motherboards: Asus ProArt B660-Creator D4 Review: Pros on a Budget
Other: Pinecil V2 Review: Smart Soldering Iron, Powered by RISC-V CPU





Audio:

KitGuru: Razer Audio Mixer Review

This Audio Mixer is Razer's latest foray into the world of streaming gear. With a price-tag of £249.99 it offers streamers a way to channel map their audio, tweak their mic settings and much more. But at £100 more than the popular GoXLR Mini, is this audio mixer worth buying, or should you save yourself some cash? Let's find out…

Razer Audio Mixer Review | KitGuru

Casing:

TweakTown: Lian Li Lancool III Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Ryan Gendreau joins TweakTown and kicks things off with a review of the new Lian Li Lancool III mid-tower computer case. Should you buy it? Let's find out.



Lian Li Lancool III Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Gaming:

TechPowerUp: Cooler Master GD120 ARGB Gaming Desk Review

The GD120 is an expensive desk from Cooler Master with ARGB lighting and compact dimensions to fit tight spaces. Is it worth spending $380 to get it? This is a tricky question, so you better read our full review to find that out.



Cooler Master GD120 ARGB Gaming Desk Review

Input:

MMORPG.com: Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Keyboards Review

Bradford is a Tolkien geek. This is known. So when Drop, erm, dropped their latest keyboard collab combining their ENTR layout with The Lord of the Rings, you know he had to review them. Here are our thoughts on the Drop + The Lord of the Rings Dwarvish and Elvish keyboards.

Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Keyboards Review | MMORPG.com

Memory:

KitGuru: TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 32GB 6400MHz Review

With availability of DDR5 memory having improved substantially over the past few months, you can now actually buy a high-speed and alluring kit from your chosen vendor. In this review, we are examining the latest TeamGroup offering – that is the T-Force Delta RGB set of memory that comes in black or white form and with varied specifications. The specific set that we have is white-coloured and operates at 6400MHz CL40 for its two 16GB modules.

TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 32GB 6400MHz Review | KitGuru

Motherboards:

Tom's Hardware: Asus ProArt B660-Creator D4 Review: Pros on a Budget

A well-priced (sub-$200) board for creative professionals.



Asus ProArt B660-Creator D4 Review: Pros on a Budget

Other:

Tom's Hardware: Pinecil V2 Review: Smart Soldering Iron, Powered by RISC-V CPU

Low cost soldering iron, with high end features.



Pinecil V2 Review: Smart Soldering Iron, Powered by RISC-V CPU