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

Casing: DeepCool MORPHEUS Modular ATX+ PC Chassis Review, FSP CUT593A Review
Displays: Dough Spectrum Black 27-inch OLED gaming monitor review: Pro-level accuracy and premium performance
Memory: T-Force memory review: DDR5-7600 vs DDR5-6000. Is quicker better? Well of course!
Motherboards: MSI X670E GAMING PLUS WIFI Motherboard Review
Networking: Mokerlink 2G040210GS 4-port 2.5GbE and 2-port 10GbE Switch Review
Storage: Team Group MP44S 1TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 2230 SSD Review





Casing:

FunkyKit: DeepCool MORPHEUS Modular ATX+ PC Chassis Review

Lately, the market is flooded with PC cases, so we're going try and present you with one of the most interesting and unique cases. 

DeepCool MORPHEUS Modular ATX+ PC Chassis Review

APH Networks: FSP CUT593A Review

"You just have to think outside the box," I was told by a friend of mine when I was sharing my workplace woes and some of the challenges I was facing. "Well, I am not sure if I have a box like that," I responded. I can be an incredibly rigid thinker at times. I form habits and routines of how to complete certain tasks or accomplish certain goals, and I find it a particular challenge to think outside of those boxes. The boxes of thought I have provided clear guidelines and steps to move forward in whatever process is before me, but this can be a debilitating negative attribute. A silly example I have is whenever I go to a fast food restaurant, I am stuck in thinking only about getting a combo. There was no reality in my world that you do not have to get fries and a drink with your burger. For some reason, the box I had with fast food was, "you always get a combo." This is an expensive and silly way of thinking. It takes an enormous amount of focus to begin to notice the many ways I have created boxes around particular tasks. At work, I have a weekly program to run, where it is surprisingly easy to stick to a few processes or structures that work. I think this is true in many different areas of work, even in design. There are certain boxes of thinking that create a shared expectation of what something should be. In the technology world, when we talk about computer cases, we all have a pretty good idea of what we will find, which is generally a rectangular box with two side panels and a variety of standard features. Today, we have the FSP CUT593A, which is an E-ATX full tower case, meaning it is quite big. Does it perhaps boast a few unique features? Read on to find out.

FSP CUT593A Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Displays:

TechPowerUp: Dough Spectrum Black 27-inch OLED gaming monitor review: Pro-level accuracy and premium performance

The Dough Spectrum 27 is a 27-inch OLED gaming monitor with QHD resolution, HDR400, 240 Hz, Adaptive-Sync and wide gamut color.

Dough Spectrum Black 27-inch OLED gaming monitor review: Pro-level accuracy and premium performance

Memory:

Neowin: T-Force memory review: DDR5-7600 vs DDR5-6000. Is quicker better? Well of course!

We were given a 32GB DDR5 7600MT/s kit to test, and we decided to pitch it against the Corsair 6000MT/s both using the Intel XMP 3.0 profile. Although, how much of a difference does it make?

T-Force memory review: DDR5-7600 vs DDR5-6000. Is quicker better? Well of course!

Motherboards:

The FPS Review: MSI X670E GAMING PLUS WIFI Motherboard Review

The MSI X670E GAMING PLUS WIFI Motherboard has a great new look to it, and the performance to back it up, this AM5 motherboard is a great price for Ryzen.

MSI X670E GAMING PLUS WIFI Motherboard Review

Networking:

ServeTheHome: Mokerlink 2G040210GS 4-port 2.5GbE and 2-port 10GbE Switch Review

In our Mokerlink 2G040210GS review, we see how this low-cost 2.5GbE and 10GbE switch performs

Mokerlink 2G040210GS 4-port 2.5GbE and 2-port 10GbE Switch Review

Storage:

Mad Shrimps: Team Group MP44S 1TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 2230 SSD Review

The Team Group MP44S 1TB drive does offer entry-level to mainstream performance due to the use of QLC 176-layer Micron flash and not TLC, exposing the same weakness we have seen before with other drives as soon as the pSLC has been fully filled, from our estimation a size of about 240GB.

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