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

Casing: Cooler Master NR200P V2 Review – Full Power and Tiny
Computers: GEEKOM A8 review: Powerful Ryzen 9 8040 series Mini PC with dedicated NPU, PCSpecialist IONICO 15 Laptop Review (14900HX / RTX 4070), CyberPowerPC Ultra R77 RTX Gaming Desktop Review
Cooling: Montech HyperFlow ARGB AIO Review
Graphics Cards: RTX 4080 Super vs RX 7900 XTX GPU faceoff: Battle for the high-end, PowerColor RX 7900 GRE Hellhound Review
Memory: Crucial DDR5 Pro Overclocking 32GB 6000MHz CL36 Dual-Channel Kit Review
Storage: Ugreen NASync DXP4800Plus 4-bay NAS Review
Other: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Cinema Review





Casing:

KitGuru: Cooler Master NR200P V2 Review – Full Power and Tiny

The Cooler Master NR200P V2 is a simple product with a complicated name. In essence Cooler Master has taken the case from the NR200P Max barebones and decided to sell it as a standalone product. This means you will need to source an SFX power supply and a suitable AIO cooler for your CPU and then you will be set for some Mini-ITX fun and games, along with a fair amount of cable management chores… however, the end result will be a tiny PC that can pack in high end gaming components.

Cooler Master NR200P V2 Review – Full Power and Tiny - KitGuru

Computers:

Neowin: GEEKOM A8 review: Powerful Ryzen 9 8040 series Mini PC with dedicated NPU

GEEKOM is back with the brand new A8 Mini PC featuring a Ryzen 8040 series "Hawk Point" processor with an NPU that currently isn't even supported in Windows 11. We take it for a spin.

GEEKOM A8 review: Powerful Ryzen 9 8040 series Mini PC with dedicated NPU

KitGuru: PCSpecialist IONICO 15 Laptop Review (14900HX / RTX 4070)

The IONICO 15 from PCSpecialist combines an Intel Core i9 processor with an Nvidia RTX 4070 Laptop GPU and sticks them in a relatively slim and portable 15” chassis. The display offers a 240Hz refresh rate and claimed 100% sRGB coverage, alongside 2TB of storage and 32GB DDR5 memory. Can this £1799 laptop from PCSpecialist keep cool enough to fulfil its potential?

PCSpecialist IONICO 15 Laptop Review (14900HX / RTX 4070) - KitGuru

KitGuru: CyberPowerPC Ultra R77 RTX Gaming Desktop Review

The Ultra R77 RTX prebuilt desktop from CyberPowerPC features a very fast CPU and GPU combination, sporting a Ryzen 7 7800X3D and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 Super. With the prebuilt coming in at just under £2300, we find out if this gaming beast can deliver in other departments too…

CyberPowerPC Ultra R77 RTX Gaming Desktop Review - KitGuru

Cooling:

KitGuru: Montech HyperFlow ARGB AIO Review

Montech’s new HyperFlow AIO coolers come in 240 and 360mm sizes, in black or white colour schemes and with 28mm thick ARGB fans. The 240mm is priced at £70 while the 360mm is a mere £85. So with those specifications and prices do you need to know more about these coolers before going out and buying them? Well, we think you do, so let's take a closer look at these coolers and stick them on our test systems.

Montech HyperFlow ARGB AIO Review - KitGuru

Graphics Cards:

Tom's Hardware: RTX 4080 Super vs RX 7900 XTX GPU faceoff: Battle for the high-end

AMD's best takes on Nvidia's second fastest GPU in our head-to-head matchup to see which one comes out on top.

RTX 4080 Super vs RX 7900 XTX GPU faceoff: Battle for the high-end

KitGuru: PowerColor RX 7900 GRE Hellhound Review

Today we are taking a look at a highly-requested graphics card – the PowerColor RX 7900 GRE Hellhound. It's been some time since we last looked at one of these GPUs, and with the Hellhound available at £549, it will be interesting to see how it stacks up not only against other 7900 GRE models, but also against Nvidia's RTX 4070 Super. We assess thermals, noise levels, gaming performance, power draw and more to find out if this card is worth buying.

PowerColor RX 7900 GRE Hellhound Review - KitGuru

Memory:

NikKTech: Crucial DDR5 Pro Overclocking 32GB 6000MHz CL36 Dual-Channel Kit Review

Crucial recently released their latest Pro Overclocking kit aimed towards people who are looking both for high compatibility and high performance and well, that’s exactly what I’ve been testing for the past week.

Crucial DDR5 Pro Overclocking 32GB 6000MHz CL36 Dual-Channel Kit Review

Storage:

KitGuru: Ugreen NASync DXP4800Plus 4-bay NAS Review

Newly arrived into the highly competitive NAS market, Ugreen has launched a range of six devices ranging from a 2-bay model up to an eight-bay unit. The four-bay NASync DXP4800Plus sits in the mid-range and uses an interesting choice of hardware.

Ugreen NASync DXP4800Plus 4-bay NAS Review - KitGuru

Other:

TweakTown: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Cinema Review

Nearly ten years on from the stunning Fury Road, legendary filmmaker George Miller returns for his latest entry in the long-running series.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Cinema Review