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

Computers: Dell PowerEdge C6615 Server Review, Dell PowerEdge T360 Review, MiniX Z100-0dB Mini-PC in test - Can an Intel N100 be cooled purely passively?
Cooling: Corsair RS120 MAX 120 mm Fan Review, Raijintek Cyclops 360 Cooler Review
Gaming: 'Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail' review-in-progress: So far, FFXIV's new dawn has failed to grab me, Next Level Racing HF8 Haptic Feedback Gaming Pad Review
Input: Turtle Beach Vulcan II TKL Pro Review
Memory: G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 C32 2x48GB Review: Soulmate For Dual-DIMM Motherboards
Power: Antec HCG850 Pro Platinum ATX 3.1 Power Supply Review, NZXT C1200 ATX v3.1 PSU Review
Storage: Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable Solid State Drive Review, Western Digital WD Blue SN5000 4TB SSD Review - High Capacity, Low Power, and Powerful





Computers:

StorageReview: Dell PowerEdge C6615 Server Review

The Dell PowerEdge R6615 nodes offer a single AMD EPYC CPU with up to 64 cores and six DDR5 slots that support 96GB DIMMs.

Dell PowerEdge C6615 Server Review

StorageReview: Dell PowerEdge T360 Review

The Dell PowerEdge T360 stands out as a flexible tower server, ideal for small to mid-sized businesses and remote offices.

Dell PowerEdge T360 Review

IgorsLAB: MiniX Z100-0dB Mini-PC in test - Can an Intel N100 be cooled purely passively?

In the meantime, I have already presented various of these small systems with N-series processors here, so there are really no more big surprises.

MiniX Z100-0dB Mini-PC in test - Can an Intel N100 be cooled purely passively?

Cooling:

TechPowerUp: Corsair RS120 MAX 120 mm Fan Review

Corsair enters the thick LCP fan market with the RS120 MAX. True to its name, it adopts a 120x120x30 mm form factor and large LCP blades that get real close to the frame to maximize airflow. A novel stator vane design and magnetic bearing helps keep noise low to make for a compelling PC DIY watercooling fan.

Corsair RS120 MAX 120 mm Fan Review

EnosTech.com: Raijintek Cyclops 360 Cooler Review

The Cyclops 360 is the latest AIO from Raijintek and it comes with a 1.4" TFT screen as standard.

Raijintek Cyclops 360 Cooler Review - EnosTech.com

Gaming:

Windows Central: 'Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail' review-in-progress: So far, FFXIV's new dawn has failed to grab me

Despite the cool new Jobs and boss fights, Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail is bogged down by a bland story, slow pacing, and dated quest design.

'Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail' review-in-progress: So far, FFXIV's new dawn has failed to grab me

NikKTech: Next Level Racing HF8 Haptic Feedback Gaming Pad Review

Whether you’re into racing or flight simulators haptic feedback devices like the HF8 gaming pad by Next Level Racing will definitely add to immersion.

Next Level Racing HF8 Haptic Feedback Gaming Pad Review

Input:

APH Networks: Turtle Beach Vulcan II TKL Pro Review

I have never been a fan of buying sports jerseys with player names on the back. Part of this stems from the fact that players do not usually stay with the same team for their entire careers. Even if they are known for their tenure with one team, it still seems a bit strange to wear their jersey from one of their teams until they have retired. I also would not even consider putting my own name on the back, as I think it is a bit obnoxious. I am not judging anyone who does, but I personally could not even begin to think like I am a part of the team and able to compete. I recently purchased a few jerseys on sale, and both of them had names of people who were previously on the Calgary Flames. These were cheaper than blank jerseys due to the fact they were now off the team. I spent half a day removing the nameplate and numbers, as I did not want to keep those names. It was a time consuming process to break all of the stitches, but the end result was a blank jersey while saving quite a bit of money. In a similar fashion, Turtle Beach announced the removal of the acquired company of ROCCAT from their products earlier this year. Instead, all of the PC peripherals will now be produced under the Turtle Beach brand. However, unlike my comparison with athletes, Turtle Beach has more than enough expertise and brand recognition to put its own name on these products. Today, we have the Turtle Beach Vulcan II TKL Pro, which is an updated version of the ROCCAT Vulcan TKL Pro. Will there be more changes than just a different name? How will this keyboard showcase their expertise? Let us read on to find out!

Turtle Beach Vulcan II TKL Pro Review (Page 1 of 3) | APH Networks

Memory:

Tom's Hardware: G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 C32 2x48GB Review: Soulmate For Dual-DIMM Motherboards

More than enough memory for a compact PC.

G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 C32 2x48GB Review: Soulmate For Dual-DIMM Motherboards

Power:

eTeknix: Antec HCG850 Pro Platinum ATX 3.1 Power Supply Review

The Antec High Current Gamer series is a bit of a legend in the world of PSUs. I've had HCG units that have lasted 10 years without issue, they've a reputation for being practically bullet proof in terms of reliability, and with the new HCG850 Pro Platinum ATX 3.1 power supply in the office today, I'm honestly expecting nothing short of excellence from this PSU today. With it certified for ATX 3.1, and PCIe 5.1 standards, and 80 Plus Platinum efficiency, it's obviously a reasonably high-end PSU.

Antec HCG850 Pro Platinum ATX 3.1 Power Supply Review

Hardware Busters: NZXT C1200 ATX v3.1 PSU Review

The recently released NZXT 1200 is ATX v3.1 compliant, meaning that for short periods it can deliver up to 2400W of power, if required.

NZXT C1200 ATX v3.1 PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Storage:

Think Computers: Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable Solid State Drive Review

The Lexar ARMOR 700 is a USB 3.2 gen 2x2 drive so you know it is going to be fast, but on top of that it offers IP66 dust and water protection and is wrapped in a rugged outer casing that protects the drive from drops. Is this the portable SSD you need? Read on as we find out!

Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable Solid State Drive Review

TweakTown: Western Digital WD Blue SN5000 4TB SSD Review - High Capacity, Low Power, and Powerful

The WD Blue SN5000 4TB is only the third single-sided 4TB SSD we've tested, putting it into a rare class ideal for classic PC, mobile PC, and even PS5.

Western Digital WD Blue SN5000 4TB SSD Review - High Capacity, Low Power, and Powerful