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

Casing: be quiet! Dark Base 701 Case Review, be quiet! Dark Base 701 PC Case Review - Flexible mid-tower with a beefy appearance and decent airflow, Geometric Future Model 4 King Arthur Mid-Tower Case Review, XPG Valor Mesh Review
Cooling: DeepCool ASSASSIN IV High-Performance CPU Cooler Review
Displays: ASRock Phantom PG32QF2B QHD monitor review
Gaming: Dead Island 2 - Haus Review - A Crossbow Bolt to the Brain, Lenovo Legion Go review: Steam Deck and ROG Ally have a worthy gaming handheld competitor, Persona 5 Tactica Review - Back to the Metaverse, Persona 5 Tactica review: An entertaining introduction to strategic RPGs for Xbox gamers
Mobile: Google Pixel Watch 2 Review: An Impressive Sequel
Storage: Corsair MP700 Pro 2 TB Review - Great Cooling Included, Corsair MP700 Pro 2TB PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD Review, Samsung T5 EVO 8TB Portable SSD Review, Samsung T5 EVO Portable SSD Review: QLC Sets Sane Expectations, Insane Pricing, Sabrent Rocket NANO V2 4TB Review





Casing:

eTeknix: be quiet! Dark Base 701 Case Review

When it comes to high-end PC cases, be quiet! has proven time and time again that theyre one of the absolute best. From their first case, and hopefully, including the one Im reviewing today, theyve had a string of award-winning cases that have proven a big hit with PC gamers and system builders around.



be quiet! Dark Base 701 Case Review | eTeknix

IgorsLAB: be quiet! Dark Base 701 PC Case Review - Flexible mid-tower with a beefy appearance and decent airflow

With the Dark Base 701, BeQuiet! is launching a new edition of the Dark Base 700, which is intended to seamlessly follow on from the large Dark Base Pro 901 wit



be quiet! Dark Base 701 PC Case Review - Flexible mid-tower with a beefy appearance and decent airflow

TweakTown: Geometric Future Model 4 King Arthur Mid-Tower Case Review

Geometric Future's very unique looking Model 4 King Arthur mid-tower computer chassis goes under the spotlight as we see what it's all about.



Geometric Future Model 4 King Arthur Mid-Tower Case Review

TechPowerUp: XPG Valor Mesh Review

Priced under $50, the XPG Valor Mesh comes equipped with four fans, a sturdy steel front, and an array of useful features. Surprisingly, it's even more budget-friendly than its predecessor, the Valor Air. This winning combination is sure to capture the interest of those looking for an affordable case, particularly if they aren't planning on using large components.



XPG Valor Mesh Review

Cooling:

Funky Kit: DeepCool ASSASSIN IV High-Performance CPU Cooler Review

We took a break from reviewing DeepCool products for a few months, so it's nice to get back to you with the latest high-performance series in a unique design -



DeepCool ASSASSIN IV High-Performance CPU Cooler Review

Displays:

The Guru of 3D: ASRock Phantom PG32QF2B QHD monitor review

We review the ASRock Phantom Gaming PG32QF2B monitor which measures 31.5 inches and offers a display resolution of 2560x1440. With a pixel density standing at 93 ppi, the monitor provides clarity in programs, eliminating the necessity for image scaling. Oh, and it functions as a big WIFI antenna also.

ASRock Phantom PG32QF2B QHD monitor review

Gaming:

Wccftech: Dead Island 2 - Haus Review - A Crossbow Bolt to the Brain

The Dead Island 2 Haus DLC expansion doesn't have a whole lot going on for itself, featuring only some marginal additions to the formula



Dead Island 2 - Haus Review - A Crossbow Bolt to the Brain

Windows Central: Lenovo Legion Go review: Steam Deck and ROG Ally have a worthy gaming handheld competitor

A powerful contender in the handheld PC gaming space.



Lenovo Legion Go review: Steam Deck and ROG Ally have a worthy gaming handheld competitor

Wccftech: Persona 5 Tactica Review - Back to the Metaverse

Persona 5 Tactica is an excellent addition to the series, though its low challenge level & reliance on knowledge of P5 may limit its appeal.



Persona 5 Tactica Review - Back to the Metaverse

Windows Central: Persona 5 Tactica review: An entertaining introduction to strategic RPGs for Xbox gamers

Persona 5 Tactica ignites the fires of rebellion in this strategy RPG spin-off.



Persona 5 Tactica review: An entertaining introduction to strategic RPGs for Xbox gamers

Mobile:

HotHardware: Google Pixel Watch 2 Review: An Impressive Sequel

This might be the best Wear OS device money can buy currently.



Google Pixel Watch 2 Review: An Impressive Sequel

Storage:

TechPowerUp: Corsair MP700 Pro 2 TB Review - Great Cooling Included

Corsair is updating their MP700 PCI-Express Gen 5 SSD. On the "Pro" model you now get speeds of up to 12 GB/s and a great heatsink is included, too. Our review confirms that the cooling solution can handle the controller's heat output easily, even when heavily loaded. Performance is excellent, too.



Corsair MP700 Pro 2 TB Review - Great Cooling Included

eTeknix: Corsair MP700 Pro 2TB PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD Review

The Corsair MP700 Pro is pretty special, as not only is it the fastest SSD Corsair has ever released, but its also set to be the fastest weve ever reviewed, as its our very first PCIe Gen 5.0 drive! Featuring blistering read and write speeds of up to 10,000 MB/s and a choice of 1TB.



Corsair MP700 Pro 2TB PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD Review | eTeknix

StorageReview: Samsung T5 EVO 8TB Portable SSD Review

Samsung's new T5 EVO Portable SSD is an impressive storage-dense external SSD reaching up to 8TB of storage in a compact form factor.



Samsung T5 EVO 8TB Portable SSD Review

Anandtech: Samsung T5 EVO Portable SSD Review: QLC Sets Sane Expectations, Insane Pricing

The market for portable SSDs (PSSDs) has seen rapid growth over the past decade. Samsung is one of the active tier-one flash vendors in the space, with their popular T-series PSSDs servicing a range of target markets in terms of performance and price. Today, the company is introducing a new category in PSSDs - high-capacity flash storage limited to entry-level speeds. The company is using QLC flash for this purpose. While this is not the first PSSD in the market to use QLC flash (and it will definitely not be the last), the company is not repeating the mistakes of its predecessors by promising the moon. Instead, the companys first product in this category - the T5 EVO Portable SSD - is limited to USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) speeds. Making up for this entry-level speed specification, Samsung is launching three different capacity points for the T5 EVO PSSD - 2 TB, 4 TB, and 8 TB. Can limiting QLC PSSDs to 5 Gbps deliver a better user experience? Read on for an analysis of the performance and value proposition of the 8 TB variant of the T5 EVO PSSD for direct-attached storage workloads.



Samsung T5 EVO Portable SSD Review: QLC Sets Sane Expectations, Insane Pricing

EnosTech.com: Sabrent Rocket NANO V2 4TB Review

Introduction We are testing Rocket NANO V2 4TB in this content. Earlier we tested the 2TB variant of this series. This drive features an on-board UFD controller which is a unique feature as the majority of portable drives don’t have such a controller on-board.



Sabrent Rocket NANO V2 4TB Review - EnosTech.com