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

Casing: Gigabyte C301 Review: Solid, but No Stand-Out
Gaming: NBA 2K24 Review: A great entry bogged down by microtransactions
Graphics Cards: Sapphire Radeon RX 7700 XT Pure 12 GB in review - A real dream in white and a small nightmare in price
Headphones: TOZO Golden X1 Review
Speakers: Creative Pebble Pro Minimalist 2.0 Speakers with BT and RGB Review
Storage: Netac NV7000-t 1TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD Review





Casing:

Tom's Hardware: Gigabyte C301 Review: Solid, but No Stand-Out

Generic styling hides solid performance.



Gigabyte C301 Review: Solid, but No Stand-Out

Gaming:

Windows Central: NBA 2K24 Review: A great entry bogged down by microtransactions

Despite a great entry, NBA 2K24 is too filled with microtransactions



NBA 2K24 Review: A great entry bogged down by microtransactions

Graphics Cards:

IgorsLAB: Sapphire Radeon RX 7700 XT Pure 12 GB in review - A real dream in white and a small nightmare in price

I accompanied the launch of the Radeon RX 7800XT and RX 7700XT in detail with four cards, but today we have a single test of the Sapphire RX 7700XT Pure 12GB.



Sapphire Radeon RX 7700 XT Pure 12 GB in review - A real dream in white and a small nightmare in price

Headphones:

APH Networks: TOZO Golden X1 Review

As some of you may know, I am a big fan of custom and personalized peripherals. In some of my previous reviews, I have talked about custom keyboards, but I was recently able to experience a custom controller. If you are familiar with fighting games, precise inputs are essential for success. This makes having a good controller all the more important. My favorite one has always been the GameCube controller. While I do find other options to be more functional, I have some sentimental attachment as this one was my first. The primary issue with standard GameCube controllers is the existence of a potentiometer oddity degradation effect or PODE, which reduces accuracy. The community has made waves with the introduction of the "Phob" controller, which uses an open-source motherboard with many notable features to eliminate this degradation and make for a consistent feel and input. Now having owned a Phob, I realize how much better the gaming experience is, especially with catered preferences built into the controller itself. It may seem obvious a consistent input feels better to play with, but the difference was more drastic than I thought. Despite how minor the changes may be, your tools will always provide a drastic difference in your quality of life, whether good or bad. The TOZO Golden X1 seeks to enhance your quality of life by providing excellent audio quality in a wireless package. Will these earbuds hold up and fit my personal needs in audio? Keep reading to find out!

TOZO Golden X1 Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Speakers:

Mad Shrimps: Creative Pebble Pro Minimalist 2.0 Speakers with BT and RGB Review

After installing the Pebble Pro system on our test desktop, we fired up multiple YouTube clips, TV shows and tried some games; the voices were clearly heard, and we noted an improvement on the bass delivery thanks to the reworked drivers (the passive radiator was present on the V3 as well).

[M] [M] Creative Pebble Pro Minimalist 2.0 Speakers with BT and RGB Review

Storage:

Funky Kit: Netac NV7000-t 1TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD Review

This is our second product from Netac, and in this review we will present you one of the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs - the NV7000-t.



Netac NV7000-t 1TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD Review