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

Casing: Cooler Master QUBE 500 Flatpack Review, Endorfy ARX 700 ARGB PC Midi-Tower review - Just another case or something special?, PC Cooler/CPS C3 T500 ARGB Mid-Tower Case Review
Computers: ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED (UX3404) review: An RTX-powered laptop so good, I don't need the new Intel Ultra CPUs
Input: Pwnage StormBreaker Review - Magnesium Mouse
Motherboards: Z790 Taichi Lite Motherboard Review
Power: Bluetti AC70 and AC2A Portable Power Station Review, XPG Core Reactor II 850W PSU Review
Storage: HP FX700 2TB SSD review: HP strikes back with YMTC's newest QLC flash memory, Silicon Power MS70 SSD-in-a-Stick Review: Thumb Drive Meets Massive Capacity





Casing:

APH Networks: Cooler Master QUBE 500 Flatpack Review

The Cooler Master QUBE 500 Flatpack is a computer case that offers innovation in its building experience without too many sacrifices for its size.

Cooler Master QUBE 500 Flatpack Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

IgorsLAB: Endorfy ARX 700 ARGB PC Midi-Tower review - Just another case or something special?

With the ARX 700 ARGB, Endorfy is trying to establish itself with a small but fine case in the mid-range segment.

Endorfy ARX 700 ARGB PC Midi-Tower review - Just another case or something special?

TweakTown: PC Cooler/CPS C3 T500 ARGB Mid-Tower Case Review

PC Cooler/CPS's C3 T500 ARGB mid-tower computer chassis gets fully examined by Ryan as we find out quite a good deal is on offer for the price.

PC Cooler/CPS C3 T500 ARGB Mid-Tower Case Review

Computers:

Windows Central: ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED (UX3404) review: An RTX-powered laptop so good, I don't need the new Intel Ultra CPUs

The Zenbook 14X OLED is still an incredible 14-inch laptop, even with new Intel chips on the way.

ASUS Zenbook 14X OLED (UX3404) review: An RTX-powered laptop so good, I don't need the new Intel Ultra CPUs

Input:

TechPowerUp: Pwnage StormBreaker Review - Magnesium Mouse

Made of Magnesium, the right-handed ergonomic StormBreaker is exceptionally light at just 51 g. Another novelty is the sensor position being adjustable to one's liking. In addition, it comes with PixArt's PAW3395 sensor, Omron switches for the main buttons, 4000 Hz wireless polling, and up to 120 hours of battery life.

Pwnage StormBreaker Review - Magnesium Mouse

Motherboards:

PC Inquisitor: Z790 Taichi Lite Motherboard Review

The greatest new feature of ASRock’s latest high-end models just might be the price.

Z790 Taichi Lite Motherboard Review

Power:

StorageReview: Bluetti AC70 and AC2A Portable Power Station Review

The compact 300W Bluetti AC2A and midrange 1000W Bluetti AC70 give users more options when buying the best power station for their situation.

Bluetti AC70 and AC2A Portable Power Station Review

Hardware Busters: XPG Core Reactor II 850W PSU Review

The XPG Core Reactor II 850W is a high performance and efficient power supply, offering a silent operation at up to 520W loads.

XPG Core Reactor II 850W PSU Review - Hardware Busters

Storage:

Tom's Hardware: HP FX700 2TB SSD review: HP strikes back with YMTC's newest QLC flash memory

A modest secondary SSD for any system

HP FX700 2TB SSD review: HP strikes back with YMTC's newest QLC flash memory

Anandtech: Silicon Power MS70 SSD-in-a-Stick Review: Thumb Drive Meets Massive Capacity

NAND flash technology has seen rapid advancement in recent years. This has resulted in the capacity limits of SSDs and thumb drives getting pushed up regularly. Companies like Kingston had innovated in the late 2010s to deliver 1TB and 2TB thumb drives. They were overpriced and over-sized for their product class at that time. However, interest in this category has been sparked again by the introduction of high-performance native UFD controllers and the appearance of cost-effective high capacity NAND dies. Silicon Power and Transcend recently released 2TB thumb drives based on the Phison U17 and Silicon Motion SM2320 native UFD controllers respectively. Read on for a comprehensive analysis of the performance profile and value proposition of the Silicon Power MS70 in its 2TB avatar.

Silicon Power MS70 SSD-in-a-Stick Review: Thumb Drive Meets Massive Capacity