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

Cooling: be quiet Silent Wings Pro 4 Fan Review, Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Review
Displays: Philips EVNIA 34M2C8600 Review - A real price-performance recommendation?
Gaming: Harold Halibut Review – Charming Chore Sim
Input: Lofree Flow Review -- Lofree Did it First, Rapoo VT9 Air Review
Motherboards: MSI MPG B760M MORTAR Edge TI Motherboard
Power: 1st Player NGDP 750W PSU Review, FSP Dagger Pro 850W SFX (ATX 3.0/PCIe 5.0) PSU Review
Storage: Crucial T705 Gen5 Solid State Drive Review, SK hynix Tube T31 Stick SSD Review: Bridging Solution Springs A Surprise





Cooling:

eTeknix: be quiet Silent Wings Pro 4 Fan Review

There's no shortage of great quality fans these days, with the likes of Thermaltake, Noctua, Arctic and countless other brands all having very competitive products. However, it's no secret that be quiet! have long had some of the absolute best on the market, and with them recently releasing their flagship Silent Wings Pro 4, we just had to get some in for a closer look! Silent Wings Pro 4 With a revised blade arrangement, the Silent Wings Pro 4 promises a 'new generation performance' and has been designed completely from scratch.

be quiet Silent Wings Pro 4 Fan Review

APH Networks: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Review

If you are a fan of anime, you might be aware of this already, but there has been an ongoing trend of extremely long names that sum up the entire series. Some notable titles this season include Reincarnated as an Aristocrat with an Appraisal Skill and The Laid-Back Life in Another World of the Ex-Hero Candidate Who Turned out to be a Cheat from Level 2. I seriously do not get how this has become a trend in naming anime, but I do find it rather amusing. Despite having quite outrageous names, there are some hidden gems within them. I have been planning on watching one that has been highly appraised named That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, but have found myself browsing through my entire to-watch list. Keeping up with anime is a legitimate struggle. While going through my list, I did find some appreciation for some series with more plain names, such as Hyouka or Spice and Wolf. Something about the simplicity of these two anime made it easier to enjoy in my mind. Sometimes simple is better, just like the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black and its simplistic design. This cooler resides inside the Hyper 212 family, alongside the Hyper 212 EVO V2 and Hyper 212 Halo White, both of which I have reviewed. The Hyper 212 line has always been considered a solid budget cooler that offers adequate performance. Will the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black's simplicity prove to satisfy my computer's cooling needs? Keep reading to find out!

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Displays:

IgorsLAB: Philips EVNIA 34M2C8600 Review - A real price-performance recommendation?

Yes yes, the Philips EVNIA 34M2C8600. A name that goes down the gullet like liquid sunlight. All joking aside! The Philips offers the same first-generation Sams

Philips EVNIA 34M2C8600 Review - A real price-performance recommendation?

Gaming:

Wccftech: Harold Halibut Review – Charming Chore Sim

Has Harold Halibut been worth the long wait and all those many developer hours? Or are the ends results a bit… fishy?

Harold Halibut Review – Charming Chore Sim

Input:

Wccftech: Lofree Flow Review -- Lofree Did it First

The Lofree Flow isn't just a sleek mechanical keyboard, but it's also the thockiest low-profile option you can get your hands on.

Lofree Flow Review -- Lofree Did it First

TechPowerUp: Rapoo VT9 Air Review

The ambidextrous Rapoo VT9 Air comes with PixArt's PAW3395 sensor, Omron switches for the main buttons, and a 61 g lightweight build. In addition, it is capable of both 8000 Hz wired and 4000 Hz wireless polling, and up to 160 hours of battery life are cited.

Rapoo VT9 Air Review

Motherboards:

The Guru of 3D: MSI MPG B760M MORTAR Edge TI Motherboard

Our latest review dives into this motherboard's appeal, heightened by the affordability of DDR5 memory. Boasting a silver-white aesthetic, it's fully compatible with Intel's 14th and 13th Gen Core processors and optimizes DDR5 memory performance. Key features include next-gen Wi-Fi 6E and PCIe 5.0 connectivity.

Review: MSI MPG B760M MORTAR Edge TI Motherboard

Power:

Hardware Busters: 1st Player NGDP 750W PSU Review

The 1st Player NGDP 750W is an ATX v3.1 compliant power supply, made by Helly Technologies.

1st Player NGDP 750W PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Funky Kit: FSP Dagger Pro 850W SFX (ATX 3.0/PCIe 5.0) PSU Review

Today, we are present you another refreshed PSU from FSP. This time, it's a new version of the award-winning Dagger Pro 850W SFX PSU.

FSP Dagger Pro 850W SFX (ATX 3.0/PCIe 5.0) PSU Review

Storage:

ThinkComputers: Crucial T705 Gen5 Solid State Drive Review

The Crucial T705 drive makes use of Phison's PS5026-E26 controller teamed with 232-Layer Micron TLC NAND and a pretty modest passive heatsink. Crucial has really optimized this drive so it is rated for 14,500 MB/s read and 12,700 MB/s write! Let's take a look and see what it can do!

Crucial T705 Gen5 Solid State Drive Review

Anandtech: SK hynix Tube T31 Stick SSD Review: Bridging Solution Springs A Surprise

SK hynix is one of the few vertically integrated manufacturers in the flash-based storage market. The company is well-established in the OEM market. A few years back, they also started exploring direct end-user products. Internal SSDs (starting with the Gold S31 and Gold P31) were the first out of the door. Late last year, the company introduced the Beetle X31 portable SSD, its first direct-attached storage product. In February, a complementary product was introduced - the Tube T31 Stick SSD.

SK hynix Tube T31 Stick SSD Review: Bridging Solution Springs A Surprise