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

Computers: Dell XPS 16 (9640) and XPS 14 (9440) review: New looks and great performance combined with a few quirks
Cooling: ARCTIC Liquid Freezer III 240 A-RGB White Review, The Iceberg Thermal IceFLOE Oasis 360mm AIO Cooler Review: Affordable & Effective Cooling, Thermalright Phantom Spirit 120 EVO Review
Memory: Crucial Pro Overclocking 32GB Kit (2x16GB) DDR5-6000 Review
Mobile: Nothing Phone (2a) Review: All Budget Phones Should Be This Good
Motherboards: MSI MPG B760M EDGE TI WIFI Motherboard
Power: DeepCool PN650D ATX v3.1 PSU Review
Storage: Lexar SL500 2TB Portable SSD Review, Crucial T705 Gen5 Solid State Drive Review





Computers:

Tom's Hardware: Dell XPS 16 (9640) and XPS 14 (9440) review: New looks and great performance combined with a few quirks

The XPS 16 and XPS 14 have premium looks, feel, and features, but also some design quirks.

Dell XPS 16 (9640) and XPS 14 (9440) review: New looks and great performance combined with a few quirks

Cooling:

Vortez: ARCTIC Liquid Freezer III 240 A-RGB White Review

ARCTIC's Liquid Freezer CPU cooling solutions reach their 3rd generation with new fans and augmented VRM cooling; it's time we took their 240mm model out for a spin.

ARCTIC Liquid Freezer III 240 A-RGB White Review - Introduction

Anandtech: The Iceberg Thermal IceFLOE Oasis 360mm AIO Cooler Review: Affordable & Effective Cooling

Iceberg Thermal Inc. is one of the newer players in the PC cooling market. The company was founded in 2019 by an experienced team of designers and engineers setting off on their own, aiming to deliver a wide range of PC cooling products to industrial and commercial users alike. They only have a handful of retails products currently available, with the vast majority of them being CPU air coolers, but they have just launched their first liquid cooler products, the IceFLOE Oasis series.

The Iceberg Thermal IceFLOE Oasis 360mm AIO Cooler Review: Affordable & Effective Cooling

TechPowerUp: Thermalright Phantom Spirit 120 EVO Review

Thermalright is on a mission to dominate the CPU air cooling market with the Phantom Spirit 120 EVO. This cooler offers top-tier performance and exceptional value, with a sleek design that, as a package, outshines the competition, making the Phantom Spirit 120 EVO a beacon of excellence in PC cooling.

Thermalright Phantom Spirit 120 EVO Review

Memory:

MadShrimps: Crucial Pro Overclocking 32GB Kit (2x16GB) DDR5-6000 Review

The new Pro Series Overclocking kits from Crucial do function with tighter timings for obtaining a better performance overall versus the regular SKUs. Thoroughly tested for both Intel and AMD platforms, these can be considered as plug-and-play, by only activating the necessary XMP/EXPO profile.

[M] [M] Crucial Pro Overclocking 32GB Kit (2x16GB) DDR5-6000 Review

Mobile:

HotHardware: Nothing Phone (2a) Review: All Budget Phones Should Be This Good

Nothing’s Phone 2a is a very affordable mid-range smartphone that punches way above its weight class.

Nothing Phone (2a) Review: All Budget Phones Should Be This Good

Motherboards:

The Guru of 3D: MSI MPG B760M EDGE TI WIFI Motherboard

Our latest review dives into this motherboard's appeal, heightened by the affordability of DDR5 memory. Boasting a silver-white aesthetic, it's fully compatible with Intel's 14th and 13th Gen Core processors and optimizes DDR5 memory performance. Key features include next-gen Wi-Fi 6E and PCIe 5.0 connectivity.

Review: MSI MPG B760M EDGE TI WIFI Motherboard

Power:

Hardware Busters: DeepCool PN650D ATX v3.1 PSU Review

The DeepCool PN650D is a non-modular PSU, since it is budget-oriented. It uses a platform by Channel Well Technology, with codename GPW.

DeepCool PN650D ATX v3.1 PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Storage:

Funky Kit: Lexar SL500 2TB Portable SSD Review

Today, we'll be taking a quick look at the Lexar SL500 2TB Portable SSD. It's a compact credit-card size portable SSD, with a thickness of only 3.8mm. It has

Lexar SL500 2TB Portable SSD Review

ThinkComputers: Crucial T705 Gen5 Solid State Drive Review

The Crucial T705 drive makes use of Phison's PS5026-E26 controller teamed with 232-Layer Micron TLC NAND and a pretty modest passive heatsink. Crucial has really optimized this drive so it is rated for 14,500 MB/s read and 12,700 MB/s write! Let's take a look and see what it can do!

Crucial T705 Gen5 Solid State Drive Review