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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Audio: Creative SXFI AMP + Aurvana Trio LS Bundle Review
Coolers: Thermaltake UX200 SE Review
Gaming: Two Point Campus Review - Making the Grade
Printers: How to Build Your Own 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Robot (Updated)
Storage: Crucial X6 4TB Portable SSD Review: A Ton of Storage on the Go, Your own ITX NAS from the 3D printer - Part 1: Introduction, hardware and assembly





Audio:

Mad Shrimps: Creative SXFI AMP + Aurvana Trio LS Bundle Review

By using the SXFI AMP, we can benefit from the Super X-Fi effects in any application, be it Android or on PC/consoles, unlike a Super X-Fi Enabled device, which works only with the offline audio player.

[M] [M] Creative SXFI AMP + Aurvana Trio LS Bundle Review

Coolers:

APH Networks: Thermaltake UX200 SE Review

Summertime is a good time. It is the season we can temporarily put our study or work aside and go to beaches, lakes, or mountains for vacation. It does not matter whether you are going to travel to somewhere warmer or cooler than where you are from or even stay in town for a staycation, one important summer aspect is to deal with the heat. I asked several of my friends and colleagues what their favorite ways to deal with heat in summer were. I got normal answers like using air conditioners, drinking lots of ice water, and going to outdoor swimming pools. One interesting answer was to eat hotpot. The reason was the heat you experience from eating hotpot could make the normal hot summer weather feel like early spring. I like this answer, since it feels very philosophical. Think about this, feeling cool is a relative thing. If you are so used to air conditioning or iced drinks, your standard of “feeling cool” is relatively high, and eventually you will find it becoming harder and harder to tolerate the summer heat in situations where air conditioning or ice is not available. On the other hand, if your standard of “feeling cool” is relatively low, then you will find the summer heat everybody is struggling with is actually not that bad. In general, I think for most non-life-threatening heat, to use some thermal tolerance training may be a good idea to make you feeling cool in an ecological manner. For cooling of computer hardware, “training” is definitely not the correct idea, haha. To this end, we have to rely on a good cooling product. For today’s review unit, the Thermaltake UX200 SE, it is a CPU cooler with a single 120mm fan. Is it a good CPU cooler that can make the CPU feeling cool while gaming? Let us read on and find out!

Thermaltake UX200 SE Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Gaming:

Wccftech: Two Point Campus Review - Making the Grade

After your trip to the hospital, it's time to get back on track and go through University in Two Point Campus. The only question is what you'll study.



Two Point Campus Review - Making the Grade

Printers:

Tom's Hardware: How to Build Your Own 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Robot (Updated)

Learn the skills you need to design, build and code your own Raspberry Pi powered robot.



How to Build Your Own 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Robot (Updated)

Storage:

Tom's Hardware: Crucial X6 4TB Portable SSD Review: A Ton of Storage on the Go

Mediocre storage in a small form factor.



Crucial X6 4TB Portable SSD Review: A Ton of Storage on the Go

IgorsLAB: Your own ITX NAS from the 3D printer - Part 1: Introduction, hardware and assembly

A little over a year ago, I presented an ITX gaming system here whose case came entirely from the 3D printer. Since then there were from me now and then smaller



Your own ITX NAS from the 3D printer - Part 1: Introduction, hardware and assembly