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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast "Serpent Canyon" SFF PC Review, Beelink SER 5560U mini PC Review - well-known system now even more economical
CPUs: Intel Core i9-13900K CPU Review
Cooling: Cougar Poseidon GT 360mm AIO CPU Cooler Review
Displays: Secretlab MAGNUS Monitor Arm Review: The BFF For Your MAGNUS Desk
Gaming: Sonic Frontiers Review - Where's the Fun in Being Careful?
Graphics Cards: Forza Horizon 5: DLAA vs. DLSS vs. FSR 2.2 Comparison Review, INNO3D RTX 4090 iChill X3 OC Review
Headphones: Focal Bathys Bluetooth Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Review
Input: Corsair Katar Elite wireless mouse review: Comfortable gaming with a compact construction, MelGeek Pixel Lego-Themed Mechanical Keyboard Review
Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 6000 CL36 review
Mobile: Video Review: Two Weeks With the New 10th-Generation iPad
Motherboards: ASUS TUF Gaming X670E-Plus WiFi review: Solid specs and value for AMD Ryzen 7000
Storage: Quick Look: Datalocker DL4 FE Encrypted External Hard Drive





Computers:

TweakTown: Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast "Serpent Canyon" SFF PC Review

Intel's NUC 12 Enthusiast small form factor PC shines as a solid platform for mid-level gaming in a small package with the new Arc A770M GPU.



Intel NUC 12 Enthusiast "Serpent Canyon" SFF PC Review

IgorsLAB: Beelink SER 5560U mini PC Review - well-known system now even more economical

Almost a quarter of a year ago, we reviewed the first small system with a Ryzen 5000 CPU from Beelink, and now they are going one better. Instead of a Ryzen 5 5



Beelink SER 5560U mini PC Review - well-known system now even more economical

CPUs:

PC Inquisitor: Intel Core i9-13900K CPU Review

Intel’s top mainstream-socket CPU is a whopping $100 cheaper than its competitor’s: We investigate why

Intel Core i9-13900K CPU Review

Cooling:

FunkyKit: Cougar Poseidon GT 360mm AIO CPU Cooler Review

The Poseidon GT 360mm liquid cooler empowers high cooling performance. With the unique 90-degree UTTERIGHT fins, high-efficiency fans and glorious ARGB lighting in infinity mirror design.



Cougar Poseidon GT 360mm AIO CPU Cooler Review - FunkyKit

Displays:

TweakTown: Secretlab MAGNUS Monitor Arm Review: The BFF For Your MAGNUS Desk

Secretlab designed the MAGNUS Monitor arm exclusively for its Secretlab MAGNUS, fitting absolutely perfectly into the cable tray opening of the desk.



Secretlab MAGNUS Monitor Arm Review: The BFF For Your MAGNUS Desk

Gaming:

Wccftech: Sonic Frontiers Review - Where's the Fun in Being Careful?

Sonic Frontiers is a bold new direction for the series that while not perfect, is a great starting point for its future



Sonic Frontiers Review - Where's the Fun in Being Careful?

Graphics Cards:

TechPowerUp: Forza Horizon 5: DLAA vs. DLSS vs. FSR 2.2 Comparison Review

Forza Horizon 5 has recently been updated with support for AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.2 (FSR 2.2), NVIDIA's Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing (DLAA) and NVIDIA's Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). In this mini-review, we take a look, comparing the image quality and performance gains offered by these technologies in this game.



Forza Horizon 5: DLAA vs. DLSS vs. FSR 2.2 Comparison Review

eTeknix: INNO3D RTX 4090 iChill X3 OC Review

The RTX 4090 has been around for about a month now, and today sees us taking a look at the iChill X3 OC from INNO3D which firstly I have to admit, I’m kind of liking the name.



INNO3D RTX 4090 iChill X3 OC Review | eTeknix

Headphones:

TechPowerUp: Focal Bathys Bluetooth Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

Focal enters the competitive wireless ANC headphones market with the all-new Bathys. It is a $799 audiophile-centric set of over-ear, closed-back headphones with hybrid ANC, physical controls, app-based customization, and even a dedicated USB DAC mode that aims for a punchy and satisfying sound you can take on the go.



Focal Bathys Bluetooth Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

Input:

Windows Central: Corsair Katar Elite wireless mouse review: Comfortable gaming with a compact construction

Ambidextrous gaming all day and night for less than $100.



Corsair Katar Elite wireless mouse review: Comfortable gaming with a compact construction

ThinkComputers: MelGeek Pixel Lego-Themed Mechanical Keyboard Review

MelGeek is back with a pretty interesting Lego-themed mechanical keyboard in their new Pixel. I don't think I've ever seen anything like this as the entire keyboard is of course Lego-themed and is brick-compatible with with existing Lego pieces so you can build on this keyboard to really make it your own.



MelGeek Pixel Lego-Themed Mechanical Keyboard Review

Memory:

The Guru of 3D: Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 6000 CL36 review

In July, Corsair presented a new series of DDR5 memories: the Vengeance RGB DDR5. The available kits from the RGB edition have a frequency higher than the base 4800 MHz (5200-6600 MHz); the non-RGB version starts from 4800 MHz. We are checking the Corsair Vengeance RGB 6000 MHz CL36 DDR5 kit today. It's in the middle frequency in the series. We already had an opportunity (almost three years ago) to review the Vengeance (Pro) RGB series RAM, but it was for the DDR4; the frequency was 3200 MHz, and it received a "Top Pick" award, and also the Vengeance RGB Pro SL which had 3600 MHz frequency (with CL18) and got the "Approved" award. But let's focus back on the tested DDR5 kit.

Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 6000 CL36 review

Mobile:

MacRumors: Video Review: Two Weeks With the New 10th-Generation iPad

It's been almost two weeks since Apple introduced the revamped 10th-generation iPad, and MacRumors videographer Dan Barbera has been using it on...



Video Review: Two Weeks With the New 10th-Generation iPad

Motherboards:

Windows Central: ASUS TUF Gaming X670E-Plus WiFi review: Solid specs and value for AMD Ryzen 7000

One of the better-value mid-tier AM5 motherboards.



ASUS TUF Gaming X670E-Plus WiFi review: Solid specs and value for AMD Ryzen 7000

Storage:

TechPowerUp: Quick Look: Datalocker DL4 FE Encrypted External Hard Drive

Datalocker uses its impressive patent portfolio and experience to put forward the DL4 FE range of encrypted external hard drives. The DL4 FE comes in HDD or SSD flavors, with storage capacities of 500 GB going up to 15.3 TB, and features an integrated touch screen with on-device encryption and management. There is also support for Datalocker's SafeConsole remote management platform to make the DL4 FE an attractive, secure storage solution for companies both large and small.



Quick Look: Datalocker DL4 FE Encrypted External Hard Drive