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

Computers: Dell Precision 7960 And 5860 Review: Powerful Workstations Up To 56 Cores
Displays: Philips Evnia 25M2N3200W Gaming Monitor Review
Gaming: Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review - Let the Battles Begin
Graphics Cards: Sparkle Arc A380 Genie Review
Input: Cooler Master MK770 Review, Corsair K65 PLUS WIRELESS 75% RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review, NZXT Function 2 Review: Surprisingly... Solid
Memory: Crucial Pro Memory: Overclocking Edition DDR5 RAM review — Hitting the Ryzen sweet spot with no frills, Kingston FURY Renegade RGB 32GB DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Dual-Channel Kit Review, Lexar Ares 7200Mhz RGB DDR5 Memory Review
Networking: EnGenius Cloud-Based Network Management Solutions and Wi-Fi 7 Review, EnGenius ECW536 WIFI7 Cloud7 Access Point
Power: Cooler Master V SFX GOLD 850 ATX 3.0 Power Supply Review, MSI MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 PSU Review, XPG KYBER 850W ATX v3.1 PSU Review
Storage: WD Gold 24TB HDD Review - 360TB Of HL15 Fun





Computers:

HotHardware: Dell Precision 7960 And 5860 Review: Powerful Workstations Up To 56 Cores

Dell Precision 7960 and 5860 workstations bring professional Xeon W and NVIDIA RTX firepower to chew through complex AI, engineering and creative

Dell Precision 7960 And 5860 Review: Powerful Workstations Up To 56 Cores

Displays:

eTeknix: Philips Evnia 25M2N3200W Gaming Monitor Review

Philips has been creating some of the best gaming monitors that I've personally tested in the last few years, just check out my review of the insane 49' 5K2K 240Hz OLED, it's a titan of a monitor. However, today, we're looking at something much further down the line, with the Philips Evnia 25M2N3200W, which may not have the most memorable product name, but at 25' it comes with a wickedly fast 240Hz refresh rate and a 0.5ms response time, which is sure to appeal to fans of fast-paced shooters, action games, driving game and anything else that can benefit from

Philips Evnia 25M2N3200W Gaming Monitor Review

Gaming:

Wccftech: Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review - Let the Battles Begin

The second chapter of Cloud Strife's struggle to save Gaia from world destruction exceeds the original Remake in every way.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review - Let the Battles Begin

Graphics Cards:

TechPowerUp: Sparkle Arc A380 Genie Review

With a compact low-profile design and slot-powered operation, the Sparkle Arc A380 Genie prioritizes efficiency and affordability. Priced at just $125, it offers a budget-friendly option compared to big-brand competitors, but gaming performance won't match higher-priced alternatives either.

Sparkle Arc A380 Genie Review

Input:

APH Networks: Cooler Master MK770 Review

The Cooler Master MK770 mechanical keyboard delivers a top-notch typing feel in a wireless package.

Cooler Master MK770 Review (Page 1 of 3) | APH Networks

TweakTown: Corsair K65 PLUS WIRELESS 75% RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Corsair's latest is a stylish and compact 75% form factor keyboard that is as great to use as it is to look at - and it's customizable and then some!

Corsair K65 PLUS WIRELESS 75% RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Tom's Hardware: NZXT Function 2 Review: Surprisingly... Solid

Hot-swappable, ultra-low-latency, extra sound-dampening in the case — what's the catch?

NZXT Function 2 Review: Surprisingly... Solid

Memory:

Windows Central: Crucial Pro Memory: Overclocking Edition DDR5 RAM review — Hitting the Ryzen sweet spot with no frills

6000MT/s should perform flawlessly with Ryzen 7000 CPUs, but is it worth dropping RGB aesthetics?

Crucial Pro Memory: Overclocking Edition DDR5 RAM review — Hitting the Ryzen sweet spot with no frills

NikKTech: Kingston FURY Renegade RGB 32GB DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Dual-Channel Kit Review

For people who’ve yet to move to a DDR5 compatible motherboard Kingston just released yet another DDR4 RAM series, the FURY Renegade and with me I have the 32GB 3600MHz CL16 RGB variant.

Kingston FURY Renegade RGB 32GB DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Dual-Channel Kit Review

Hardware Asylum: Lexar Ares 7200Mhz RGB DDR5 Memory Review

In this review we looked at the ARES 7200Mhz DDR5 from Lexar. This is a dual channel 32GB memory kit is designed as a gaming product for power users and overclockers. The module features a simple black heatspreader with a few silkscreened graphics, and stylish LED light bar across the top.

Lexar Ares 7200Mhz RGB DDR5 Memory Review

Networking:

StorageReview: EnGenius Cloud-Based Network Management Solutions and Wi-Fi 7 Review

If you have been following Vince’s recent move to a small apartment and the…

EnGenius Cloud-Based Network Management Solutions and Wi-Fi 7 Review

The Guru of 3D: EnGenius ECW536 WIFI7 Cloud7 Access Point

We reviewed the ECW536 Cloud7, a WIFI7-managed indoor Wireless Access Point from EnGenius. This incredibly impressive AP is configured at 4x4x4 and yeah, we pass 3.5 Gbps at close range, and almost 2 Gbps at 7 meters through a wall. It's a finger-licking good 802.11be access point.

Review: EnGenius ECW536 WIFI7 Cloud7 Access Point

Power:

FunkyKit: Cooler Master V SFX GOLD 850 ATX 3.0 Power Supply Review

Ever since the SFX form factor was introduced over 25 years ago, I've always been fascinated with its compact size. And over the years, this form factor has be

Cooler Master V SFX GOLD 850 ATX 3.0 Power Supply Review

OCInside.de: MSI MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 PSU Review

Powerful PCIE5 power supply! Today on OCinside.de we are testing the modular MSI MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 ATX 3.0 power supply with a total output of 1300 watts, 80 Plus Platinum certification and 12+4 pin high-power 12VHPWR connector according to PCIe 5.0 standard in a high-end gaming PC.

MSI MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 PSU Review

Hardware Busters: XPG KYBER 850W ATX v3.1 PSU Review

The XPG Kyber 850W is an affordable, Platinum efficiency in the Cybenetics scheme, compatible with the ATX v3.1 spec, utilizing CWTs GPW platform.

XPG KYBER 850W ATX v3.1 PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Storage:

StorageReview: WD Gold 24TB HDD Review - 360TB Of HL15 Fun

The WD Gold 24TB hard drives bring a progressive step forward in capacity while improving performance and power efficiency a little bit too.

WD Gold 24TB HDD Review - 360TB Of HL15 Fun