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

Casing: be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Full-Tower Case Review, Thermaltake CTE C750TG ARGB Case Review
Computers: HP Omen 16 (2023) Review: Back in Black, Supermicro CloudDC Review Single-Socket AMD EPYC AS-2015CS-TNR
Headphones: Campfire Audio Solaris Stellar Horizon In-Ear Monitors Review
Input: Corsair K65 Pro Mini Keyboard Review - 8000Hz polling rate, optical switches and a 65% layout for 150 Euros, Corsair Nightsabre Wireless mouse review, HyperX Pulsefire Haste 2 Review
Mobile: Nothing Phone 2 Review: Lighting Up The Competition
Motherboards: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Hero Motherboard Review
Power: DeepCool PX1000G 1000W Report, Ugreen PowerRoam GS1200 Portable Power Station Review
Storage: Colorful CN700 1TB M.2 SSD Review - A Budget-Friendly Alternative, Sabrent EC-SNVE USB3 Gen2 M.2 Enclosure Review





Casing:

eTeknix: be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Full-Tower Case Review

Weve had about 20 years of amazing products from be quiet! and while they started with simple things like noise-dampening mats, theyve continued to deliver on their promise of creating high-end, high-quality and most obviously, acoustically superior products.



be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Full-Tower Case Review | eTeknix

Hardware Asylum: Thermaltake CTE C750TG ARGB Case Review

In this review we will be looking at a new chassis specification from Thermaltake called CTE C750 TG ARGB. The new form factor stands for Centralized Thermal Efficiency and is, what they consider to be, a completely new way to design a computer chassis.



Thermaltake CTE C750TG ARGB Case Review

Computers:

Tom's Hardware: HP Omen 16 (2023) Review: Back in Black

A slight refresh to a mature design.



HP Omen 16 (2023) Review: Back in Black

StorageReview: Supermicro CloudDC Review Single-Socket AMD EPYC AS-2015CS-TNR

In our Supermicro AS-2015CS-TNR review we see how this CloudDC server offers a flexible single-socket AMD EPYC platform with easy serviceability



Supermicro CloudDC Review Single-Socket AMD EPYC AS-2015CS-TNR

Headphones:

TechPowerUp: Campfire Audio Solaris Stellar Horizon In-Ear Monitors Review

The Campfire Audio Solaris Stellar Horizon is a re-envisioning of its popular, classic Solaris IEMs. It uses a new hybrid driver configuration with a dynamic driver and three custom balanced armature drivers in a stunning shell design to put out a warm, forward-facing sound backed by premium accessories and a great unboxing experience.



Campfire Audio Solaris Stellar Horizon In-Ear Monitors Review

Input:

IgorsLAB: Corsair K65 Pro Mini Keyboard Review - 8000Hz polling rate, optical switches and a 65% layout for 150 Euros

Today I'm standing in for Alexander, who usually tests the peripherals here. I also have to get out of my full-size keyboard comfort zone, but that won't be d



Corsair K65 Pro Mini Keyboard Review - 8000Hz polling rate, optical switches and a 65% layout for 150 Euros

The Guru of 3D: Corsair Nightsabre Wireless mouse review

This article reviews the Corsair Night Sabre Wireless mouse. It is aimed mainly at gamers; it should be fine for MOBA, Battle Royale, and others, thanks to the sturdy, symmetrical shape and the other great features.

Corsair Nightsabre Wireless mouse review

TechPowerUp: HyperX Pulsefire Haste 2 Review

With the Pulsefire Haste 2, HyperX not only gets rid of all holes while keeping the weight at just 53 g, but also adds true 8000 Hz polling. In addition, the Pulsefire Haste 2 comes with the latest HyperX 26K sensor, HyperX main button switches rated for 100 million clicks, pure PTFE feet, and an improved cable.



HyperX Pulsefire Haste 2 Review

Mobile:

HotHardware: Nothing Phone 2 Review: Lighting Up The Competition

Nothing’s Phone (2) is an affordable flagship ($599) that ticks all the right boxes and brings a ton of fun and personality to the traditional



Nothing Phone 2 Review: Lighting Up The Competition

Motherboards:

TweakTown: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Hero Motherboard Review

The ASUS ROG Maximus Hero continues to be a solid performer with Z790, though we feel it's time for ASUS to stop cutting corners at this price point.



ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Hero Motherboard Review

Power:

APH Networks: DeepCool PX1000G 1000W Report

The DeepCool PX1000G 1000W is a capable performer that should come as no surprise, as it shares an excellent CWT platform with other ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0-compliant power supplies we have seen in the past.

DeepCool PX1000G 1000W Report (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

StorageReview: Ugreen PowerRoam GS1200 Portable Power Station Review

The Ugreen PowerRoam GS1200 Portable Power Station has a strong focus on stability and safety, and can meet the needs of various scenarios.



Ugreen PowerRoam GS1200 Portable Power Station Review

Storage:

ThePCEnthusiast: Colorful CN700 1TB M.2 SSD Review - A Budget-Friendly Alternative

The Colorful CN700 is a budget friendly SSD powered by a MaxioTech MAP1602A controller and YMTC 128L NAND flash. See how it performs in our review.



Colorful CN700 1TB M.2 SSD Review - A Budget-Friendly Alternative - ThePCEnthusiast

PC Inquisitor: Sabrent EC-SNVE USB3 Gen2 M.2 Enclosure Review

Sabrent’s Gen2 USB3 to NVMe adapter adds SATA compatibility and tool-free quick-swap design. Is it worth the extra money?

Sabrent EC-SNVE USB3 Gen2 M.2 Enclosure Review