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

Casing: XPG Invader X Mid-Tower PC Case Review
Cooling: The Arctic Cooling Freezer 36 ARGB CPU Cooler Review: Budget Cooling Done Well, Corsair iCUE Link RX120, RX120 RGB, RX140 RGB Review, Enermax Liqmaxflo 360 AIO cooler, Noctua NH-D9L & NH-D12L chromax.black CPU Coolers Review, Silverstone Shark Force 120 mm Fan Review
Gaming: Die by the Blade Review - A Chipped Katana
Storage: Corsair MP600 Mini 1TB (E27T) SSD Review: The best M.2 2230 drive you can buy, Crucial T705 vs T700 Gen5 SSD Review, Which Gen5 SSD Is The Better Pick?, HP FX700 SSD Review, PNY RP60 1TB Portable SSD Review, Sabrent Rocket 4 1TB SSD Review - Refreshingly Powerful





Tom's Hardware: Corsair MP600 Mini 1TB (E27T) SSD Review: The best M.2 2230 drive you can buy

The new MP600 Mini puts Phison's E27T controller to good use.

Corsair MP600 Mini 1TB (E27T) SSD Review: The best M.2 2230 drive you can buy

Casing:

eTeknix: XPG Invader X Mid-Tower PC Case Review

XPG has an impressive variety of products, but honestly, one of their absolute best has to be their PC cases. While they're not the biggest name for cases, often having their coolers, memory products, monitors, and PSUs take most of the glory, that is a real shame, as over the years they've made some truly spectacular PC cases. Of course, that trend looks set to continue today, as I have their new Invader X in for review, and it's packed full of awesome features that are sure to appeal to the enthusiast PC gaming market. The Invader X comes with

XPG Invader X Mid-Tower PC Case Review

Cooling:

Anandtech: The Arctic Cooling Freezer 36 ARGB CPU Cooler Review: Budget Cooling Done Well

As modern high-performance CPUs generate more heat, theres been a noticeable increase in the demand for powerful air coolers capable of managing these thermal challenges. Traditional stock air coolers, while sufficient for regular use, are typically designed to be cheap and relatively compact, leaving further improvements to noise control and peak cooling efficiency on the table. This gap has long prompted advanced users and system builders to opt for high-quality aftermarket coolers that designed to better handle the heat output from top-tier processors.

The Arctic Cooling Freezer 36 ARGB CPU Cooler Review: Budget Cooling Done Well

APH Networks: Corsair iCUE Link RX120, RX120 RGB, RX140 RGB Review

The Corsair iCUE Link RX120, RX120 RGB, and RX140 RGB are quality cooling fans that provide a great balance between airflow, static pressure, and noise.

Corsair iCUE Link RX120, RX120 RGB, RX140 RGB Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

The Guru of 3D: Enermax Liqmaxflo 360 AIO cooler

Today, we are reviewing a 360 mm variant of an AIO cooler from the Enermax Liqmaxflo 360. The last cooler from this Taiwanese company we had a chance to check was Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 + 240 mm (and they earned the “Approved” award). Liqmaxflo presents a brand new approach from Enermax, as the radiator is now much thicker than the typical 27 mm and measures 38 mm and has a VRM fan built-in in the pump-block part ((like, for example, the Arctic Liquid Freezer II/III).

Review: Enermax Liqmaxflo 360 AIO cooler

NikKTech: Noctua NH-D9L & NH-D12L chromax.black CPU Coolers Review

Both the NH-D9L and NH-D12L are not just award-winning compact CPU coolers by Noctua, they’ve also recently joined their chromax.black ranks.

Noctua NH-D9L & NH-D12L chromax.black CPU Coolers Review

TechPowerUp: Silverstone Shark Force 120 mm Fan Review

The Silverstone Shark Force 120 is a performance-optimized 120 mm fan with minimal frills and a clean look backed by good build quality. It offers a zero RPM mode as part of a long RPM control range and pushes a lot of air through a radiator, albeit with associated high airflow noise too.

Silverstone Shark Force 120 mm Fan Review

Gaming:

Wccftech: Die by the Blade Review - A Chipped Katana

While its core mechanics hold potential, Die by the Blade is not the spiritual successor to the Bushido Blade that fans have been waiting for

Die by the Blade Review - A Chipped Katana

Storage:

Tom's Hardware: Corsair MP600 Mini 1TB (E27T) SSD Review: The best M.2 2230 drive you can buy

The new MP600 Mini puts Phison's E27T controller to good use.

Corsair MP600 Mini 1TB (E27T) SSD Review: The best M.2 2230 drive you can buy

The PC Enthusiast: Crucial T705 vs T700 Gen5 SSD Review, Which Gen5 SSD Is The Better Pick?

In this review we compare the Crucial T705 vs T700 Gen5 SSD. Both are extremely fast SSDs. But which one is the better pick? Find out in our review.

Crucial T705 vs T700 Gen5 SSD Review, Which Gen5 SSD Is The Better Pick?

StorageReview: HP FX700 SSD Review

The HP FX700 Gen4 NVMe SSD tries to strike a balance between cost and…

HP FX700 SSD Review

FunkyKit: PNY RP60 1TB Portable SSD Review

Today, we'll be taking a quick look at the PNY RP60 USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C Portable SSD. It has a total capacity of 1TB and features a fast USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type

PNY RP60 1TB Portable SSD Review

TweakTown: Sabrent Rocket 4 1TB SSD Review - Refreshingly Powerful

Sabrent refreshed its Rocket 4 line of SSDs, delivering a better overall user experience, greatly enhanced efficiency, and excellent affordability at 1TB.

Sabrent Rocket 4 1TB SSD Review - Refreshingly Powerful