Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: Intel NUC 13 Pro Review and a Different Perspective, Intel NUC 13 Pro Mini-PC Review, Intel NUC 13 Pro Arena Canyon Review: Raptor Lake Brings Incremental Gains
Cooling: DeepCool LT720 White 360 mm AIO Review
CPUs: 3D V-Cache Infused Zen 4: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Gaming Review
Headphones: Antlion Kimura Solo and Duo IEMs Review - ModMic Miniaturized!
Input: GAMDIAS Hermes M4 Hybrid Review, ROCCAT Vulcan II MAX Gaming Keyboard Review
Memory: Crucial DDR5 Desktop Memory Review (2nd Gen)
Storage: Inland TD510 2TB SSD Review - Gen5 Powerhouse
ServeTheHome: Intel NUC 13 Pro Review and a Different Perspective
In our Intel NUC 13 Pro review we see the evolution of the line and do a head-to-head comparison with its closest competition
Intel NUC 13 Pro Review and a Different Perspective
StorageReview: Intel NUC 13 Pro Mini-PC Review
The Intel NUC 13 Pro is a tiny 4-by-4-inch desktop PC that packs impressive performance and can mount under a desk or behind a monitor.
Intel NUC 13 Pro Mini-PC Review
Anandtech: Intel NUC 13 Pro Arena Canyon Review: Raptor Lake Brings Incremental Gains
Ultra-compact form-factor PCs have emerged as bright spots in the PC market over the last decade after Intel introduced the NUC. The company celebrated the 10-year anniversary of its introduction last year with the Alder Lake-based 4"x4" Wall Street Canyon NUCs. Barely a couple of quarters down the road, Intel is updating its Pro line of UCFF NUCs with the 13th Gen. Core Processors (Raptor Lake). The new Arena Canyon NUCs carry forward the same hardware features of the Wall Street Canyon SKUs, with the only update being the change in the internal SoC.
Intel NUC 13 Pro Arena Canyon Review: Raptor Lake Brings Incremental Gains
TechPowerUp: DeepCool LT720 White 360 mm AIO Review
DeepCool's LT720 WH is a 360 mm all-in-one liquid cooler that is able to dominate its competitors in many aspects. Performance is solid, the warranty is exceptional, add in a unique look, easy-to-use mounting hardware and you end up with a winning combination.
DeepCool LT720 White 360 mm AIO Review
Techgage: 3D V-Cache Infused Zen 4: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Gaming Review
AMD's first Zen 4 processors featuring 3D V-Cache technology have landed, and with a focus squarely on gamers, we've been eager to see how 3D V-Cache elevates AMD's Zen 4, and not to mention how it performs against the Intel competition. With the 16-core 7950X3D and thirteen games in-hand, let's...
3D V-Cache Infused Zen 4: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Gaming Review
TechPowerUp: Antlion Kimura Solo and Duo IEMs Review - ModMic Miniaturized!
Antlion Audio builds upon its microphone expertise to offer an excellent microphone cable for in-ear monitors! The all-new Kimura lineup consists of two cables and two IEMs and we take a look at how these offer a unique solution to those who prefer earphones over headphones/headsets but wanted a boom mic with simpler cable management.
Antlion Kimura Solo and Duo IEMs Review - ModMic Miniaturized!
APH Networks: GAMDIAS Hermes M4 Hybrid Review
When I was young, I used to try and find every single excuse to watch television. The Disney Channel was my jam, and I could spend literal hours wasting away watching the Fairly Odd Parents, Kim Possible, and the Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Obviously, this was not healthy, but in my attempt to go as far as possible with finding excuses to watch television, I would say the most random things to my parents. At one point in my English class, we were learning about Greek mythology and it was fascinating. I loved it and could not get enough about the lore of these strange and petty gods. As such, when I was supposed to be studying for my test in English class about these gods, I decided it would be a great idea to watch the movie Hercules. On an aside, it is a great movie, so you should take some time and watch it. My mom was not impressed when she saw I was watching a movie instead of studying. But my excuse was that this would help me remember all the different gods and what they did as they showed up on screen. She saw through my deception, which at the time I thought was bulletproof, and told me to turn off the movie. But my obsession with Greek mythology did not stop. I find it especially exciting that GAMDIAS has chosen to name many of their products after Greek gods. Today, we have the GAMDIAS Hermes M4, which is named after the Greek god and divine messenger, which makes sense as a keyboard. But will it hold up under our scrutiny? Read on to find out!GAMDIAS Hermes M4 Hybrid Review (Page 1 of 3) | APH Networks
ThinkComputers: ROCCAT Vulcan II MAX Gaming Keyboard Review
This full-size gaming keyboard features ROCCAT's own Titan II optical mechanical switches, a very unique design with low-profile keycaps on full-size switches, dual-LED switches for some awesome lighting effects, dedicated media controls, and aluminum top-plate, and a translucent palm rest that lights up with the RGB lighting from the keyboard itself. Is this keyboard all looks or is it going to be on your short list of keyboards to buy in 2023? Read on as we find out!
ROCCAT Vulcan II MAX Gaming Keyboard Review
StorageReview: Crucial DDR5 Desktop Memory Review (2nd Gen)
Crucial DDR5 desktop memory has hit its second generation, coming in 5,200MHz and 5,600MHz frequencies and up to 32GB per DIMM.
Crucial DDR5 Desktop Memory Review (2nd Gen)
TweakTown: inland TD510 2TB SSD Review - Gen5 Powerhouse
Micro Center is bringing value to Gen5 NVMe SSDs with its 10,000 MB/s speedster, the inland TD510 2TB, powered by Phison's E26 controller.
inland TD510 2TB SSD Review - Gen5 Powerhouse