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Today's roundup of reviews and articles covers various aspects of cooling, gaming, graphics cards, input devices, memory, and storage:

Casing: DeepCool Morpheus ATX+ PC Case Review, Enermax StarryKnight SK30 V2 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Cooling: darkFlash Nebula DN 360 Review, DeepCool LT720 360mm AIO Review, Iceberg Thermal IceFLOE Oasis 240 and 360 Review: Quiet cooling dominance on a budget
Gaming: Dragon's Dogma 2 review - An immersive RPG for the seasoned, but not without faults, Dragon's Dogma 2 Review - More Like One and a Half
Graphics Cards: PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7600 XT 16GB Review
Input: Fantech Helios II Pro Review, OCPC Gaming ZEROCOMPACT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Memory: Crucial DDR5 PRO Series 6000 MHz CL36 (64GB)
Storage: ALLPOWERS S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 Solar Panel Bundle Review, TerraMaster F2-212 NAS Review: Easy, Affordable Network Storage
Other: ALLPOWERS S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 Solar Panel Bundle Review, Steelcase Karman Review: Surprisingly Adaptable





Casing:

eTeknix: DeepCool Morpheus ATX+ PC Case Review

DeepCool is one of the biggest PC brands in the world, having a truly massive range of coolers, power supplies, cases, and so much more. While they grew their brand in China, in recent years they've become a dominant force in Western markets, and now have many of the best-performing coolers and cases I've ever tested. With that in mind, I have their new Morpheus ATX PC case in for review today, and it is absolutely overflowing with incredible features that are sure to make it a prime choice for any PC enthusiast. As we've seen throughout the DeepCool range

DeepCool Morpheus ATX+ PC Case Review

TweakTown: Enermax StarryKnight SK30 V2 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

The new and improved Enermax StarryKnight SK30 V2 mid-tower computer case gets put under the spotlight as we see what it's all about.

Enermax StarryKnight SK30 V2 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Cooling:

EnosTech.com: darkFlash Nebula DN 360 Review

In this article, I am taking a look at a new cooler from darkFlash, It is a Nebula DN 360 black. This cooler is also available in white and there are 240mm size versions available as well. The salient features include: Non-directional symbol pattern designed 3-stage motor water pump for performance and quietness

darkFlash Nebula DN 360 Review - EnosTech.com

MadShrimps: DeepCool LT720 360mm AIO Review

The LT720 from DeepCool really impressed us in terms of ease of installation, the cool lighting effects of the pump cover (driven by the motherboard utility) but also regards to its performance. The AIO from DeepCool is trading punches with the other heavy hitters with the fans running at about...

[M] [M] DeepCool LT720 360mm AIO Review

Tom's Hardware: Iceberg Thermal IceFLOE Oasis 240 and 360 Review: Quiet cooling dominance on a budget

$89 for chart-topping noise-normalized performance!

Iceberg Thermal IceFLOE Oasis 240 and 360 Review: Quiet cooling dominance on a budget

Gaming:

Neowin: Dragon's Dogma 2 review - An immersive RPG for the seasoned, but not without faults

Dragon's Dogma 2 is a massive open-world RPG promising a tough but satisfying adventuring experience with no handholding. The studio may have just pulled it off. Here's our review.

Dragon's Dogma 2 review - An immersive RPG for the seasoned, but not without faults

Wccftech: Dragon's Dogma 2 Review - More Like One and a Half

Dragon's Dogma 2 remains essentially the same game released in 2012, with all of its many strengths and weaknesses. Still, it's a lot of fun.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Review - More Like One and a Half

Graphics Cards:

Neoseeker: PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7600 XT 16GB Review

An affordable and capable 16GB RX 7600 XT offering.

PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7600 XT 16GB Review

Input:

TechPowerUp: Fantech Helios II Pro Review

Fantech's latest release is the ambidextrous Helios II Pro. Weighing no more than 55 g, the solid-shell Helios II Pro comes with PixArt's PAW3395 sensor, TTC optical main button switches, Bluetooth connectivity, and through a separately available dongle, true 4000 Hz wireless polling can be enabled.

Fantech Helios II Pro Review

EnosTech.com: OCPC Gaming ZEROCOMPACT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

The ZEROCOMPACT is a mechanical gaming keyboard made by OCPC Gaming. It features an ergonomic and splash-proof design and comes with Outemu blue switches. Coming with an MSRP of only $29.99 it looks to be a decent entry-level offering into the world of mechanical keyboards. The ZERO range of keyboards also features a full-size

OCPC Gaming ZEROCOMPACT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review - Enos Tech - EnosTech.com

Memory:

The Guru of 3D: Crucial DDR5 PRO Series 6000 MHz CL36 (64GB)

We review a 64 GB DDR5 memory kit rated DDR5 - 6000 MHz CL36. The kit is properly fast based on four DIMMs and fully XMP compatible with Core Generation 12 and newer processors (including 13 and 14th gen) as well as AMD Ryzern 7000 with EXPO. Join us in a quick review of what is achievable.

Review: Crucial DDR5 PRO Series 6000 MHz CL36 (64GB)

Storage:

NikKTech: ALLPOWERS S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 Solar Panel Bundle Review

The S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 200W Solar Panel is a mid-end solution by ALLPOWERS and after 2 weeks of tests it performed extremely well.

ALLPOWERS S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 Solar Panel Bundle Review

HotHardware: TerraMaster F2-212 NAS Review: Easy, Affordable Network Storage

The TerraMaster F2-212 is a two-bay network attached storage server with great features and a budget friendly price.

TerraMaster F2-212 NAS Review: Easy, Affordable Network Storage

Other:

NikKTech: ALLPOWERS S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 Solar Panel Bundle Review

The S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 200W Solar Panel is a mid-end solution by ALLPOWERS and after 2 weeks of tests it performed extremely well.

ALLPOWERS S1500 Portable Power Station & SP033 Solar Panel Bundle Review

Tom's Hardware: Steelcase Karman Review: Surprisingly Adaptable

It's not quite the Herman Miller Aeron, but it's close.

Steelcase Karman Review: Surprisingly Adaptable