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

Computers: GEEKOM AS 6 (ASUS PN53) Review: Ryzen 9 6900HX Packs Punches in a Petite Package
Cooling: Alphacool Eisbaer Pro ES 2U Quad HPE CPU Liquid Cooler Review, Cooler Master Hyper 622 Halo Review - Half black, half RGB Illumination
Gaming: Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart: DLSS vs FSR vs XeSS Comparison Review
Input: G.SKILL KM250 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Motherboards: ASRock B650E Taichi Lite Motherboard Review - Less Flashy, Much Powerful, More Affordable
Power: XPG Fusion 1600W Titanium PSU Review - Should Corsair Worry?
Storage: Memblaze P7946 6.4TB SSD Review - The Gen5 Contender from China





Computers:

Anandtech: GEEKOM AS 6 (ASUS PN53) Review: Ryzen 9 6900HX Packs Punches in a Petite Package

The market demand for small form-factor (SFF) PCs was kickstarted by the Intel NUC in the early 2010s. Since then, many vendors have come out with their own take on the Intel NUC using both Intel and AMD processors. In recent years, we have also seen various Asian companies such as Beelink, Chuwi, GEEKOM, GMKtec, MinisForum, etc. emerging with a focus solely on these types of computing systems. Earlier this year, GEEKOM announced a tie-up with ASUS to market specific configurations of the ASUS ExpertCenter PN53 under their own brand as the GEEKOM AS 6. Based on AMDs Rembrandt line of notebook processors, the GEEKOM AS 6 comes with a choice of Ryzen 9 6900HX, Ryzen 7 6800H, or the Ryzen 7 7735H. Read on for a detailed look at the performance profile and value proposition of the GEEKOM AS 6s flagship configuration.



GEEKOM AS 6 (ASUS PN53) Review: Ryzen 9 6900HX Packs Punches in a Petite Package

Cooling:

eTeknix: Alphacool Eisbaer Pro ES 2U Quad HPE CPU Liquid Cooler Review

We see a lot of consumer-grade products here at eTeknix, which makes sense, thats really the thing we set out to do. However, every now and then, something a little more serious lands on our desks, such as the Alphacool Eisbaer Pro ES 2U.



Alphacool Eisbaer Pro ES 2U Quad HPE CPU Liquid Cooler Review | eTeknix

IgorsLAB: Cooler Master Hyper 622 Halo Review - Half black, half RGB Illumination

We recently reviewed this manufacturer's new all-black flagship, but today we're moving more in the direction of the upper mid-range, and it's also allowed t



Cooler Master Hyper 622 Halo Review - Half black, half RGB Illumination

Gaming:

TechPowerUp: Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart: DLSS vs FSR vs XeSS Comparison Review

Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart is out now on PC, with support for NVIDIA DLSS Super Resolution, Frame Generation and DLAA. Also supported is Intel's Xe Super Sampling and AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution. In this mini-review we compare the image quality and performance gains offered by these technologies.



Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart: DLSS vs FSR vs XeSS Comparison Review

Input:

ThinkComputers: G.SKILL KM250 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Today we will be taking a look at their KM250 RGB which is a compact 65% mechanical gaming keyboard that features hot-swappable switches, PBT pudding-style keycaps, a sleek volume control knob and much more!



G.SKILL KM250 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Motherboards:

Wccftech: ASRock B650E Taichi Lite Motherboard Review - Less Flashy, Much Powerful, More Affordable

ASRock's B650E Taichi LITE motherboard offers impressively high-end design and high-end features in an amazing $299 US price tag.



ASRock B650E Taichi Lite Motherboard Review - Less Flashy, Much Powerful, More Affordable

Power:

Hardware Busters: XPG Fusion 1600W Titanium PSU Review - Should Corsair Worry?

The XPG Fusion 1600W aims at the category’s top and it is one of the few PSUs to utilize a digital design along with GaN MODFETs and a totem-pole topology, trying to dethrone the aging Corsair AX1600i. Will it successed in this? Read the full review to find out!



XPG Fusion 1600W Titanium PSU Review - Should Corsair Worry? - Hardware Busters

Storage:

TweakTown: Memblaze P7946 6.4TB SSD Review - The Gen5 Contender from China

Memblaze provides our second look at PCIe Gen5 for datacenter. Its PBlaze7 P7946 6.4TB SSD is a true contender for the highest-performing SSD of its kind.



Memblaze P7946 6.4TB SSD Review - The Gen5 Contender from China