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

Computers: GEEKOM XT12 Pro review: a Windows 11 Core i9-12900H Mini PC encased in aluminum, Montech Sky Two GX Review – a budget banger!
Displays: iiyama G-Master G2745QSU-B1 Review (1440p 100Hz)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance DDR5-5200 C38 4x48GB Review: Every Professional's Dream Memory Kit
Storage: Crucial X10 Pro Portable SSD Review - Small, Compact and Fast!
Other: True Lies (1997) 4K Blu-ray Review





Computers:

Neowin: GEEKOM XT12 Pro review: a Windows 11 Core i9-12900H Mini PC encased in aluminum

GEEKOM continue to release exciting new designs for their Mini PCs, now with the XT12 Pro reminding us of the Intel NUC era that sadly ended last year. It's a aluminum cased Intel Core i9 Mini PC.

GEEKOM XT12 Pro review: a Windows 11 Core i9-12900H Mini PC encased in aluminum

KitGuru: Montech Sky Two GX Review – a budget banger!

KitGuru reviewed the original Montech Sky Two back in January 2023 and we liked it, a lot.

Montech Sky Two GX Review – a budget banger! - KitGuru

Displays:

KitGuru: iiyama G-Master G2745QSU-B1 Review (1440p 100Hz)

Not everyone can afford the best possible gaming features in a monitor.

iiyama G-Master G2745QSU-B1 Review (1440p 100Hz) - KitGuru

Memory:

Tom's Hardware: Corsair Vengeance DDR5-5200 C38 4x48GB Review: Every Professional's Dream Memory Kit

A memory kit for content creators, software developers, data scientists, or anyone who needs lots of memory

Corsair Vengeance DDR5-5200 C38 4x48GB Review: Every Professional's Dream Memory Kit

Storage:

The PC Enthusiast: Crucial X10 Pro Portable SSD Review - Small, Compact and Fast!

We tested and review the Crucial X10 Pro Portable SSD. It offers up to 2,000MB/s of transfer speed at a very competitive pricing. Learn more here.

Crucial X10 Pro Portable SSD Review - Small, Compact and Fast!

Other:

TweakTown: True Lies (1997) 4K Blu-ray Review

James Cameron's action classic True Lies with Arnold Schwarzenegger has finally received an extremely belated and flawed Blu-ray and 4K release.

True Lies (1997) 4K Blu-ray Review