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

Cooling: Thermaltake SWAFAN EX12 RGB Review
Gaming: The Absolute Abxylute Review: The New Cloud Handheld Soon To Be On Kickstarter
Graphics Cards: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition Review The GPU, Sapphire Radeon RX 7900 XT 20GB Review - The cheaper variant isn't the worst!
Memory: GeIL Evo V DDR5-6200 C34 Review: Ready For Take Off
Storage: KIOXIA EXCERIA Plus 1ΤB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review, Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G NVMe Gen4 2280 2TB SSD Review
Video: TESmart 2 Port Dual Monitor HDMI+DP KVM Switch Review





Cooling:

APH Networks: Thermaltake SWAFAN EX12 RGB Review

I was thinking about older handheld game consoles and it reminded me how interesting innovation really was. For many people out there, they may have thought back to the days of Game Boy, Game Boy Color, or even the Game Boy Advance. Luckily, I am not old enough to be in that generation, but for me I was thinking more about the Nintendo DS line. The popularity spanned due to the wide variety of games suitable for practically everyone. When looking at this product line, we had the original DS releasing back in 2004, DS Lite in 2006, DSi in 2008, DSi XL in 2009, and the whole 3DS line starting in 2011. The entire DS line was something I grew up with, but something I never actually watched innovate through time. As a child, all you really wanted to do was play Pokémon and a device that can do it. As one of those children, I never really realized what was changing from device to device. The DSi introduced internet connectivity, having applications be downloadable from an online shop. This was something likely inspired by Apple and the App Store. The 3DS line's expansion of creating a 3D effect for its games was something interesting and was considered a flop. The innovation of 3D gaming was something played with before, but with no success. The 3DS added all the features of the previous DSi and added a feature that nobody in particular really cared about. It is interesting to see this flop because the final iteration of the 3DS line was actually the 2DS XL, a bigger version with the 3D features disabled. It was interesting to see the successes and the failures of Nintendo and to see how they had learned and adapted. Likewise to the continuous development we saw with the DS, Thermaltake has updated their SWAFAN 12 RGB with their new SWAFAN EX12 RGB. Did Thermaltake learn from their successes and failures? Keep reading to find out!

Thermaltake SWAFAN EX12 RGB Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Gaming:

Wccftech: The Absolute Abxylute Review: The New Cloud Handheld Soon To Be On Kickstarter

The abxylute cloud handheld is the new cloud-based android gaming system to make quite the name for itself in the marketplace.



The Absolute Abxylute Review: The New Cloud Handheld Soon To Be On Kickstarter

Graphics Cards:

ServeTheHome: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition Review The GPU

In our NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition review, we evaluate the GPU that started the Ada Lovelace revolution and compare to OC models



NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition Review The GPU

IgorsLAB: Sapphire Radeon RX 7900 XT 20GB Review - The cheaper variant isn't the worst!

RDNA3 has been on the market for quite some time and besides AMD's reference cards, you usually only see reviews of the RX 7900XTX and usually only of the more



Sapphire Radeon RX 7900 XT 20GB Review - The cheaper variant isn't the worst!

Memory:

Tom's Hardware: GeIL Evo V DDR5-6200 C34 Review: Ready For Take Off

Dual-fan cooling system on a memory module



GeIL Evo V DDR5-6200 C34 Review: Ready For Take Off

Storage:

NikKTech: KIOXIA EXCERIA Plus 1ΤB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review

Demand for higher capacity microSDXC memory cards has led storage media manufacturers to update their lines and KIOXIA kicked things off with their EXCERIA Plus 1TB model.

KIOXIA EXCERIA Plus 1ΤB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review

MadShrimps: Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G NVMe Gen4 2280 2TB SSD Review

The new Rocket 4 Plus-G 2TB performed admirably in our tests, trading punches with the non-G variant while kept blank but outperforming it when filled more than 50%. We did also note a sustained write rate much higher than the drives we have tested before, being able to finish writing over 1.1TB...

[M] [M] Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G NVMe Gen4 2280 2TB SSD Review

Video:

Funky Kit: TESmart 2 Port Dual Monitor HDMI+DP KVM Switch Review

Today, we’ll be taking a look at the TESmart 2 port HDMI+DP KVM siwtch. So in my studio, I have several PC systems which I run, including my laptop, but only one monitor. And it’s a pain in the ass to switch between systems.



TESmart 2 Port Dual Monitor HDMI+DP KVM Switch Review - Funky Kit