Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Cooling: ENDORFY Navis F360 AIO Cooler Review
Gaming: Diablo 4 'Season of Blood' review — rays of light shine through for Diablo's endgame, but there's still a long way to go
Headphones: Corsair HS80 MAX Review
Memory: Lexar ARES RGB DDR5-7200 2x16GB Review, TEAM T-FORCE XTREEM Narvic Black DDR5-8200 48GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review
Power: Seasonic Prime TX-1300 ATX v3.0 PSU Review
Storage: QNAP TS-h1290FX NVMe NAS Review
Video: Nebula Mars 3 Extreme Outdoor Projector Review
eTeknix: ENDORFY Navis F360 AIO Cooler Review
Endorfy are here at last, with their new 360mm AIO cooler ready to show us what they can do under their new brand name. Some of you may know, many of you may not, that Endorfy is the new name of Silentium PC, and while we've had a lot of good things to say about their products in the past, the new was a bit old-school, and Endorfy sounds much cooler to me. Now, today we get to find out if their new product is just as cool, both literally and figuratively as it goes on our test bench. ENDORFY
Windows Central: Diablo 4 'Season of Blood' review — rays of light shine through for Diablo's endgame, but there's still a long way to go
I'm by no means an ultra-hardcore player, but you don't need to be to know Diablo 4 has a lot of problems.
TechPowerUp: Corsair HS80 MAX Review
The Corsair HS80 MAX is a spiritual successor to the HS80 RGB Wireless. This $180 wireless gaming headset adds Bluetooth connectivity and Sonarworks SoundID Personalization technology, along with several other welcome changes.
APH Networks: Lexar ARES RGB DDR5-7200 2x16GB Review
Happy New Year! To kick off APH Networks' nineteenth year of continuous operation, I would like to thank many of our loyal readers over the years for supporting this website. When I first started writing in 2005, I never expected this project to last so long, never mind the opportunity to work with so many incredible people, review so many products from so many different manufacturers, and even enjoy some totally awesome and unexpected experiences in the process. Since we are taking a trip down memory lane, RAM review has always been a big part of us, and I remember my first computer memory review in December 2006, the OCZ Special Ops Edition Urban Elite PC26400 2x1GB. In the introduction of that article, I wrote, "Instead of the plain old black-blocks-and-green-background sticks, it could actually look pretty exciting if heatsink on RAM were designed with thought and effort put into it." Fast forward a tick over seventeen years, nothing much has changed. The Lexar ARES RGB DDR5-7200 2x16GB we are reviewing today has the familiar SK hynix H5CG48AGBDX018 A-die chips under the hood, which is found in literally every DDR5-7200 kit we have reviewed here at APH Networks. Of course, ICs are rarely the differentiator in today's world, but rather the heatsink design and RGB LEDs. So how will Lexar's latest ARES RGB series compete with comparable units from Kingston, Patriot, and XPG? Read on to find out!
TweakTown: TEAM T-FORCE XTREEM Narvic Black DDR5-8200 48GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review
TEAM delivers a stunning DDR5 kit in the T-FORCE XTREEM Narvic Black with speed behind it. Are they good enough to crush the competition? Let's see.
Hardware Busters: Seasonic Prime TX-1300 ATX v3.0 PSU Review
The Seasonic Prime TX-1300 is one of the best performing PSUs in todays market, in overall performance, noise output and efficiency.
StorageReview: QNAP TS-h1290FX NVMe NAS Review
The QNAP TS-h1290FX is a 12-bay, all-flash NVMe NAS powered by an AMD EPYC CPU and bringing impressive performance with 25GbE.
NikKTech: Nebula Mars 3 Extreme Outdoor Projector Review
The Nebula Mars 3 is a Full HD DLP LED projector aimed towards demanding users looking for a durable and high-performance portable model they can pack with them even while outdoors.