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

CPUs: Checking Intel's Power Profiles: Baseline, Performance, and Extreme,  Intel Core i9-14900KS Review: The Swan Song of Raptor Lake With A Super Fast 6.2 GHz Turbo, Power consumption and load peaks: Checking the Intel performance profiles Baseline, Performance, Extreme and Insane in Cinebench CB23
Memory: Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5-6400 C32 2x48GB Review: Heavy Duty Memory Kit
Networking: Nicgiga S25-0402P PoE 2.5GbE and 10GbE Switch Review
Storage: Patriot Viper VP4000 Mini 2TB M.2 2230 Gaming SSD Review, Patriot Viper VP4300 Lite 1TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Gaming SSD Review
Other: Install Kali Linux On A Raspberry Pi





CPUs:

Hardware Busters: Checking Intel's Power Profiles: Baseline, Performance, and Extreme

There is lots of talking recently about Intels possible degradation issues on its high-end 13th and 14th generation CPUs, so I thought to utilize Powenetics

Checking Intel's Power Profiles: Baseline, Performance, and Extreme - Hardware Busters

Anandtech: Intel Core i9-14900KS Review: The Swan Song of Raptor Lake With A Super Fast 6.2 GHz Turbo

For numerous generations of their desktop processor releases, Intel has made available a selection of high-performance special edition "KS" CPUs that add a little extra compared to their flagship chip. With a lot of interest, primarily from the enthusiasts looking for the fastest processors, Intels latest Core i9-14900KS represents a super-fast addition to its 14th Generation Core lineup with out-of-the-box turbo clock speeds of up to 6.2 GHz and represents the last processor to end an era as Intel is removing the i from its legendary nomenclature for future desktop chip releases.

Intel Core i9-14900KS Review: The Swan Song of Raptor Lake With A Super Fast 6.2 GHz Turbo

IgorsLAB: Power consumption and load peaks: Checking the Intel performance profiles Baseline, Performance, Extreme and Insane in Cinebench CB23

There's been a lot of talk lately about Intel's potential degradation issues with the high-end 13th and 14th generation CPUs, so I thought I'd use Powenetics

Power consumption and load peaks: Checking the Intel performance profiles Baseline, Performance, Extreme and Insane in Cinebench CB23

Memory:

Tom's Hardware: Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5-6400 C32 2x48GB Review: Heavy Duty Memory Kit

Unleashing the fury on demanding workloads that command a lot of memory

Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5-6400 C32 2x48GB Review: Heavy Duty Memory Kit

Networking:

ServeTheHome: Nicgiga S25-0402P PoE 2.5GbE and 10GbE Switch Review

In our Nicgiga S25-0402P review, we see how this PoE+ switch with 2.5GbE and 10GbE is cheap, but we found something inside that gave us pause

Nicgiga S25-0402P PoE 2.5GbE and 10GbE Switch Review

Storage:

FunkyKit: Patriot Viper VP4000 Mini 2TB M.2 2230 Gaming SSD Review

Handheld gaming consoles are getting more and more popular, and so now we're going to present you with some interesting components that make mobile gaming even

Patriot Viper VP4000 Mini 2TB M.2 2230 Gaming SSD Review

Mad Shrimps: Patriot Viper VP4300 Lite 1TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Gaming SSD Review

The MaxioTech MAP1602A along with YMTC Xtacking 3.0 NAND combo performs well even when dealing with lower capacity drives as the Patriot Viper VP4300 Lite 1TB, succeeding write rates over 900MB/s even when the pSLC cache has been fully filled.

[M] [M] Patriot Viper VP4300 Lite 1TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Gaming SSD Review

Other:

Hardware Busters: Install Kali Linux On A Raspberry Pi

You have taken the first step to enter the Kali World on a Raspberry Pi device. If you are a rookie, you can consult the official docs.

Install Kali Linux On A Raspberry Pi - Hardware Busters