Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: Chieftec BX-10B-OP Review, DeepCool Quadstellar Infinity – Build and Review
Input: Cooler Master MM311 Review, Mad Catz B.A.T. 6+ Performance Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review
Motherboards: ASRock B650E Taichi Review
Power: EcoFlow App Guide, Seasonic Vertex GX-1200 PSU Review
Storage: KIOXIA EXCERIA Plus 1ΤB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review, Solidigm P41 Plus 2TB SSD Review
TechPowerUp: Chieftec BX-10B-OP Review
The Chieftec BX-10B-OP is an mATX chassis which offers glass panels on both sides and a sturdy metal body in combination with a non-standard layout to keep the size as compact as possible. Even so, it can still hold a 240 mm AIO as well as a full-size ATX PSU, which could make it a clean, understated option for your next mainstream build.
Chieftec BX-10B-OP Review
KitGuru: DeepCool Quadstellar Infinity – Build and Review
The DeepCool Quadstellar Infinity is an absolutely bonkers PC case, it looks like something that dropped down from outer space onto your desk. The original Quadstellar was packed with fun features but it was quite an expensive chassis. DeepCool has considerably reduced the price of the Quadstellar Infinity, but what else has been cut to make this crazy-looking case more affordable? Let’s find out.DeepCool Quadstellar Infinity – Build and Review | KitGuru
TechPowerUp: Cooler Master MM311 Review
The ambidextrous MM311 is a new wireless budget option from Cooler Master. Equipped with PixArt's PMW3325 sensor and an AA battery, the MM311 weighs 75 g and is said to last up to 115 hours. Most importantly, the MM311 retails for just $39.99.
Cooler Master MM311 Review
Hardware Asylum: Mad Catz B.A.T. 6+ Performance Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review
With the BAT 6+, Mad Catz has turned their design team loose on a true ambidextrous mouse with the same top of the line technology and customization. Will the BAT 6+ live up to the Mad Catz legacy? Let’s find out!
Mad Catz B.A.T. 6+ Performance Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse Review
OCInside.de: ASRock B650E Taichi Review
Today we test the ASRock B650E Taichi, the top motherboard from ASRock with B650E chipset. Like the recently tested X670E Taichi, it is equipped with the new AM5 socket and designed for AMD Ryzen 7000 desktop processors. In the following review we show many new features like DDR5 and USB4 and in an additional video the great ARGB effects of the ASRock B650E Taichi.
ASRock B650E Taichi Review
Funkyhome: EcoFlow App Guide
For the EcoFlow River 2 Pro Powerstation review, we have written an EcoFlow app guide and describe in it step by step how to install the EcoFlow app, explain the EcoFlow app settings and show how to connect and set up the EcoFlow River 2 Pro. In addition, in the new tutorial on Funkyhome.de we give some tips on what to look for when setting up the EcoFlow App.
EcoFlow App Guide
KitGuru: Seasonic Vertex GX-1200 PSU Review
Today we check out one of the latest power supplies from Seasonic, the Vertex GX. The Vertex units fall just below the PRIME flagship range and the 1200W GX unit we are looking at today is rated at 80 Plus Gold efficiency. Seasonic are also making a Vertex PX range available in Q2 which will offer Platinum efficiency. While nothing is set in stone, Seasonic chatted with me recently to say the Focus V3 range, which is also ATX 3.0/PCIe5 compatible, will hopefully be available around May. Additionally, the new PRIME PCIe 5.0 range is said to be releasing soon. It certainly looks to be a busy year for Seasonic.Seasonic Vertex GX-1200 PSU Review | KitGuru
NikKTech: KIOXIA EXCERIA Plus 1ΤB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review
Demand for higher capacity microSDXC memory cards has led storage media manufacturers to update their lines and KIOXIA kicked things off with their EXCERIA Plus 1TB model.KIOXIA EXCERIA Plus 1ΤB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review
KitGuru: Solidigm P41 Plus 2TB SSD Review
Late last year we took a look at the 1TB version of Solidigm's entry-level Gen 4 SSD, the P41 Plus. Now it's the turn of the 2TB flagship drive, coming in at £115 here in the UK. Can it do enough to stand out in a fiercely competitive market?Solidigm P41 Plus 2TB SSD Review | KitGuru