Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Case Review, XPG Battlecruiser II Review: Thermal & Noise Damping/Output Evaluation
Graphics Cards: GIGABYTE Radeon RX 7600 GAMING OC 8G Video Card Review
Memory: Corsair Dominator Titanium DDR5-7200 2x 24 GB Review - First Edition, XPG Lancer Blade RGB DDR5-6000 32GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review
Power: Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 Snow 1200 Watt ATX 3.0 Power Supply Review
Storage: Crucial X9 Pro 2TB Review
ThinkComputers: be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Case Review
The Dark Base Pro is again touted as a high-end case with tons of features, modularity, and options. The case ships with three Silent Wings 4 PWM fans, interchangeable covers for either silent or maximum airflow, support for E-ATX motherboards and radiators up to 420mm, a motherboard tray that can be flipped, and so much more!
Hardware Busters: XPG Battlecruiser II Review: Thermal & Noise Damping/Output Evaluation
The XPG Battlecruiser II is a mid-tower chassis, which made its debut on 28 September 2023. It features four glass panels, three magnetic dust filters, an adjustable GPU holder and it can be combined with XPG’s Prime Box, which is a PWM/ARGB hub that will make your life easy, while giving you full control over all connected fans.
The FPS Review: GIGABYTE Radeon RX 7600 GAMING OC 8G Video Card Review
We evaluate the GIGABYTE Radeon RX 7600 GAMING OC Video Card, can it hold its own against the competition at this price point at 1080? We test it.
TechPowerUp: Corsair Dominator Titanium DDR5-7200 2x 24 GB Review - First Edition
Corsair aims to refresh the long-standing Dominator line with the Titanium series. Marketed as a premium memory kit, the Corsair Dominator Titanium reviewed today comes in a Non-Binary configuration of 2x 24 GB. Binned with an XMP profile of 7200 MT/s, Corsair is not only bringing innovative RGB lighting to the DRAM market, but it comes with speed too. Follow along as we dissect this memory kit!
TweakTown: XPG Lancer Blade RGB DDR5-6000 32GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review
Should you consider XPG's new Lancer Blade RGB DDR5-6000 32GB dual-channel RAM kit for your next gaming rig? Join us and find out.
eTeknix: Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 Snow 1200 Watt ATX 3.0 Power Supply Review
Thermaltake make so many different power supplies, that its hard to keep track of what is what. However, when it comes to the Toughpower GF3 Snow 1200 Watt, theres no getting this one mixed up, as in terms of design and specifications, it really stands out from the crowd.
APH Networks: Crucial X9 Pro 2TB Review
What the inside of something looks like has always fascinated me. Growing up, I would peruse these Dorling Kindersley books over and over. They had the most interesting diagrams explaining concepts from nature to science. Each of them was as interesting as the last. For example, one would describe the ecosystem of a tree with a huge picture of the tree, but certain sections would be opened up to reveal the different animals or insects that made it home. Since then, what might murk underneath was an irresistible mystery I needed to solve when faced with these riddles. When I started to find an interest in technology, I similarly had the need to take a look under the hood. This has become increasingly harder with newer designs, which seek to keep you out from looking at what is going on, but I still remember the first time I opened up my laptop to see how it was all rigged together. It was such a cool experience. Hard drives, however, were an enigma all on their own. How do they store data? What is in that alluring silver box? Knowing that opening a hard drive would spell doom on whatever data was stored inside, I waited until one died. Sure enough, the time came, and I struggled for what seemed like hours to get the darn thing open. Once I was able to see those discs with the laser arm and play around with the mechanisms, I was satisfied. Unfortunately, opening up drives today is a less exciting prospect. Although solid state drives are a leap forward in so many ways, seeing them open is not necessarily the most exciting, although we have done so many times here at APH Networks. Today, we have a portable SSD, the Crucial X9 Pro 2TB, which I do not even know how to think about opening with its sleek small form factor and fixed enclosure. But will we be able to know all the details? Read on to find out.