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

Casing: Cooler Master NCORE 100 MAX mITX Chassis Review, Fractal Design Terra Review
Cooling: Cooler Master MM712 Wired Review, Enermax Liqmaxflo 360mm A-RGB AIO Review
Gaming: South Park: Snow Day! Review - Blandest. Day. Ever.
Storage: Adata SD810 External SSD review: 20Gbps speed on a budget, but not for pros, Netac US5 1TB High-Speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 Flash Drive Review, Synology BeeStation Review - User-Friendly NAS-ish Solution





Casing:

TweakTown: Cooler Master NCORE 100 MAX mITX Chassis Review

If you're looking to build a small and unique gaming PC, Cooler Master's NCORE 100 MAX mITX computer case could definitely be considered for the job.

Cooler Master NCORE 100 MAX mITX Chassis Review

TechPowerUp: Fractal Design Terra Review

The Fractal Design Terra is not your usual SFF chassis. While it does have all the fixings of a sandwich-style ITX case with lots of engineering details, the clear focus is the amazing material mix of aluminium and wood, color choices and design above all else.

Fractal Design Terra Review

Cooling:

APH Networks: Cooler Master MM712 Wired Review

Last year, for my girlfriend's birthday, I got her a Lego set of Captain Rex's helmet. As she is a big fan of both Star Wars and especially this character, I knew she would appreciate the final finished product. I also enjoy building Lego with her because we both contribute in our own ways. At first, I let her connect everything while I picked up all the necessary bricks for her next step. In the middle of the build, we would swap roles, so we would both have the fun of assembling things. I think she also enjoys doing it, as we have built one or two other things together, including some succulent plants and a trio of pandas. I have some ideas for the next Lego sets to build, but I will have to keep it a secret in case she reads this review, haha. In the case of Captain Rex, we both agreed we would make time to build it with each other, but unfortunately, we both were busy at different times. It was not until over eight months later, we finally finished it. The old saying of "better late than never" still holds true, as I did enjoy the whole process even if it was delayed. In a similar thought, last year, we received the Cooler Master MM712, which is a wireless optical mouse. I have been using it since as my daily driver, but there were murmurs among the community about a wired variant coming out. It is not until now, ten months after my review, that we finally have the Cooler Master MM712 Wired. Boasting the same great shape, is the MM712 Wired worth the wait, or has it been surpassed by other products during our wait? Let us read on to find out!

Cooler Master MM712 Wired Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Hardware Busters: Enermax Liqmaxflo 360mm A-RGB AIO Review

The Enermax Liqmaxflo 360mm A-RGB is a high-performance all in one water-cooling solution, featuring ARGB fans and a smaller, ARGB, fan on its block

Enermax Liqmaxflo 360mm A-RGB AIO Review - Hardware Busters

Gaming:

Wccftech: South Park: Snow Day! Review - Blandest. Day. Ever.

South Park: Snow Day! is a roguelike shooter experience that is short and extremely mediocre to the point of being bad.

South Park: Snow Day! Review - Blandest. Day. Ever.

Storage:

Tom's Hardware: Adata SD810 External SSD review: 20Gbps speed on a budget, but not for pros

Impressive for the price, as long as you don't count sustained write speeds

Adata SD810 External SSD review: 20Gbps speed on a budget, but not for pros

NikKTech: Netac US5 1TB High-Speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 Flash Drive Review

Compact, stylish, fast and with both USB-A and USB-C interfaces the US5 High-Speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 flash drive by Netac clearly stands out.

Netac US5 1TB High-Speed USB 3.2 Gen 2 Flash Drive Review

StorageReview: Synology BeeStation Review - User-Friendly NAS-ish Solution

The Synology Beestation takes a very user-friendly approach to backing up and sharing photos and files as a "personal cloud."

Synology BeeStation Review - User-Friendly NAS-ish Solution