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

Computers: Corsair Vengeance i7500 Gaming PC Review
Cooling: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 5 Review
Gaming: AYN ODIN 2 Review - The new generation of Android handhelds and only a few unfulfilled wishes
Input: Razer Cobra Review
Mobile: Samsung A54 phone review - Solid all-rounder with big flaws
Storage: Silicon Power UD90 M.2 2280 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD Review, WD Black SN770M 2230 SSD Review





Computers:

TweakTown: Corsair Vengeance i7500 Gaming PC Review

Corsair's Vengeance i7500 gaming PC is a fantastic machine worth every penny, but it will cost you a lot. Join us as we take a close look at it.



Corsair Vengeance i7500 Gaming PC Review

Cooling:

APH Networks: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 5 Review

With American Thanksgiving and Black Friday traditionally signaling the beginning of the holiday season, I think it is always interesting to see how the shops change their marketing tactics. Up here in Canada, Thanksgiving is back in October, so the transition is a bit longer, spanning from Halloween to Christmas. This is to be expected, as all of these events, with Black Friday in particular, are opportunities to bring in potential customers. On the other hand, with the year we have seen, spending on unnecessary items may not be an option for many people. These holidays definitely help with reducing the cost of some luxury items, but it also can have the adverse effect of pressuring people to buy due to perceived savings. Combined with a fear of missing out, shoppers may end up spending more than they initially intended. I am not here to provide financial or purchasing advice. I have been on both ends of splurging as well as protecting my wallet when required. When it comes to reviewing, we always like to see more products and today we have a new cooler. In our hands for review is the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 5, a new top-tier air cooler for your CPU. If you are in the process of building your computer, as many do around this time, a solid cooling option for your processor is important. This is especially true as many mid- to high-end CPUs are not including stock coolers. Will the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 5 become a necessity for every new builder? Are there conveniences and extras that make it a good value? Let us read on to find out!

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 5 Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Gaming:

IgorsLAB: AYN ODIN 2 Review - The new generation of Android handhelds and only a few unfulfilled wishes

Once upon a time in the vast expanses of digital Asgard, the mighty Odin, the All-Father of the Gods, was looking for a new challenge. After centuries of fighting, writing poetry and occasionally…



AYN ODIN 2 Review - The new generation of Android handhelds and only a few unfulfilled wishes | igor´sLAB

Input:

TechPowerUp: Razer Cobra Review

As the successor to the well-received Viper Mini, the ambidextrous Cobra features Razer's cutting-edge optical main button switches, an upgraded sensor, and maintains its weight at 57 g, complemented by pure PTFE feet.



Razer Cobra Review

Mobile:

Dedoimedo: Samsung A54 phone review - Solid all-rounder with big flaws

Long, detailed, thorough review of Samsung A54 mid-range smartphone, covering reasons for purchase, specifications, first-time setup and data migration from an existing Android device, privacy-focused configuration and tweaking, problems with default apps, permissions and requirement for Samsung account, security updates, everyday usage and performance, problems using Play Store - ads and difficulty finding right software, ergonomics - weight, feel, audio quality, and screen scratching, camera, charging speed, battery life, some other considerations and observations, and more

Samsung A54 phone review - Solid all-rounder with big flaws

Storage:

MadShrimps: Silicon Power UD90 M.2 2280 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD Review

The UD90 is another entry-level PCI-E 4.0 drive from Silicon Power, which includes a good amount of pSLC cache in order to minimize de disadvantages of the QLC NAND packages. After the cache has been completely used up, the speed will drop significantly, between 110MB/s and 160MB/s, which is quite...

[M] [M] Silicon Power UD90 M.2 2280 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD Review

StorageReview: WD Black SN770M 2230 SSD Review

The WD Black SN770M 2230 SSD targets the market for handhelds and compact devices like the ROG Ally, and Steam Deck.



WD Black SN770M 2230 SSD Review