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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: This Tiny Ryzen 7 PC Has The Power You Need! Powerful, Small Foot-Print K39 V3, M1 Max MacBook Pro 6-Month Review: Only getting BETTER!
Cooling: AQIRYS AQUARIUS 360 AIO CPU Liquid Cooler Review
CPUs: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Review – Worth the Cache$?!
Displays: ASUS ROG PG32UQ Monitor Review (4K/144Hz)
Input: NZXT Lift Gaming Mouse Review, Mountain Everest 60 Gaming Keyboard Review
Motherboards: Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme and Extreme Glacial Motherboard Review
Storage: QNAP TDS-h2489FU NAS Review, Western Digital Ultrastar DC HC560 20TB HDD Review
Other: Vizy Review: Raspberry Pi Computer Vision Made Simple





Computers:

ETA Prime: This Tiny Ryzen 7 PC Has The Power You Need! Powerful, Small Foot-Print K39 V3

This turned out to be my favorite small form factor Ryzen based mini PC so far!In this video, we put together an awesome small form factor mini ITX gaming pc...



This Tiny Ryzen 7 PC Has The Power You Need! Powerful, Small Foot-Print K39 V3

Max Tech: M1 Max MacBook Pro 6-Month Review: Only getting BETTER!

Now that it's been 6 months with the new 16" MacBook Pro, it's time to review it again, but this time from a post-Mac Studio & M1 Ultra chip point of view.



M1 Max MacBook Pro 6-Month Review: Only getting BETTER!

Coolers:

NikKTech: AQIRYS AQUARIUS 360 AIO CPU Liquid Cooler Review

The AQUARIUS 360 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler by AQIRYS may be a solid choice for your system thank to its cooling efficiency levels, ARGB lighting and rather affordable price tag but actually getting your hands on one is a different story altogether.

AQIRYS AQUARIUS 360 AIO CPU Liquid Cooler Review

CPUs:

KitGuru: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Review – Worth the Cache$?!

AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series of processors took the market by storm when they launched in late 2020. But a lot changes in almost one-and-a-half years, and in that time, Intel has regained the gaming performance crown with its highly-competitive 12th Gen Alder Lake chips. Adamant not to be outdone, AMD is striking back to prove that it too has a market-leading gaming option for users. Introducing the Ryzen 7 5800X3D.

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Review – Worth the Cache$?! | KitGuru

Displays:

KitGuru: ASUS ROG PG32UQ Monitor Review (4K/144Hz)

The ASUS ROG PG32UQX was one of the best monitors we reviewed in 2021. It wowed us with its sensational HDR performance, thanks to the use of over 1100 mini-LED zones. Such technology does not come cheap however, and the PG32UQX still retails for over £3200 today, making it viable for only the richest of enthusiasts. So what if you want something similar, but just can’t afford to drop several thousand pounds? That’s where the PG32UQ (non-X) comes in.

ASUS ROG PG32UQ Monitor Review (4K/144Hz) | KitGuru

Input:

KitGuru: NZXT Lift Gaming Mouse Review

In today’s review we are taking a look at the NZXT Lift, the company’s first ever gaming mouse. Targeting the entry-level market, the Lift retails for £39.99 in the UK. For that asking price, it offers Omron switches, a PixArt 33899 sensor and a lightweight design. The Lift is promising on paper, but here’s what it is actually like to use.

NZXT Lift Gaming Mouse Review | KitGuru

KitGuru: Mountain Everest 60 Gaming Keyboard Review

Mountain is a brand mostly known for its Everest Max keyboard that used viral marketing to try and win over the gaming community (and with some success). Today Mountain is back with something new, taking on feedback from the Everest Max to make something that is arguably a much-improved keyboard – the Everest 60. A 60% wired gaming keyboard offering Mountain’s own factory-lubed switches, impressive sound dampening and many customisation options including hot-swappable switches… is it too good to be true?

Mountain Everest 60 Gaming Keyboard Review | KitGuru

Motherboards:

Tom's Hardware: Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme and Extreme Glacial Motherboard Review

To water cool, or not to water cool, that is the question.



Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme and Extreme Glacial Motherboard Review

Storage:

StorageReview: QNAP TDS-h2489FU NAS Review

The QNAP TDS-h2489FU is a 2U rackmount 24-bay NAS powered by dual Intel 3rd Gen Xeon Silver 4300 processors with up to 1TB of DDR4 ECC RDIMM.



QNAP TDS-h2489FU NAS Review

KitGuru: Western Digital Ultrastar DC HC560 20TB HDD Review

WD’s 20TB Ultrastar DC HC560 aims to meet the storage needs of hyperscale cloud data centres and is the first drive to feature WD’s OptiNAND and ePMR (Energy-Assisted Perpendicular Magnetic Recording) technologies. We put this drive through its paces and see what is on offer for the £400 asking price.

Western Digital Ultrastar DC HC560 20TB HDD Review | KitGuru

Other:

Tom's Hardware: Vizy Review: Raspberry Pi Computer Vision Made Simple

A Pi-powered AI camera kit that comes with everything, including the Pi.



Vizy Review: Raspberry Pi Computer Vision Made Simple