Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Cooling: Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 Atmos Review, Thermaltake SWAFAN GT12 PC Cooling Fan Premium Edition Review, InWin Neptune DN140 PRO Fan Review
CPUs: Intel Core 14th Gen Unboxing & Preview - Raptor Lake Getting Refreshed
Gaming: Lords of the Fallen Performance Benchmark Review - 30 GPUs Tested, Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Review - Ultimate Incarnation
Headphones: Truthear NOVA In-Ear Monitors Review - Harman Fans Rejoice!
Storage: Micron 7500 Max 12.8TB SSD Review - Drop-in Ready, Micron 7500 Pro, 7500 Max SSD Review
Other: Hyperice Venom Go Heat & Vibration Wearable Review
APH Networks: Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 Atmos Review
The older I get, the more I realize that change is difficult. This is true whether it is a positive or negative change, as learning to adjust with it may require some time. For example, after working at my current job for over four months, I have learned a lot and the new place of work has been really great. However, there has been areas of adjustment and new processes that I had to do. These have had their ups and downs, but it is expected of any new work environment. Similarly, I recently changed from an Android to iPhone and that too has had its growing pains. Several people have asked me why I decided to change now, and I could not really single out a specific thing. Whether it was having the same ecosystem as my girlfriend, concerns of privacy, or just wanting to try something different, these were all equally weighted but different answers. However, the change itself has made me feel even older, as I felt slow in operating my phone. All in all, I think change is inevitable in life, whether you cause it or have to handle it, and so you will have to handle these changes. Similarly, Cooler Master recently released a new lineup of their Atmos AIO coolers. Despite the same MasterLiquid name, this closed-loop all-in-one liquid cooler lineup is a shift in focus to sustainability through the use of more recycled materials in build and packaging. Today, we have the 240mm variant for testing. While it is neat to see these claims, it should not negatively affect its performance, so what sort of changes will we see? How will these updates affect its cooling capabilities? Let us read on to find out!
eTeknix: Thermaltake SWAFAN GT12 PC Cooling Fan Premium Edition Review
Thermaltake now creates many of the best cooling fans on the market. I have just decked out my system in their TOUGHFAN Pro 120mm and 140mm High Static Pressure fans, as they move more air and make less noise than any other fan Ive ever tested.
Hardware Busters: InWin Neptune DN140 PRO Fan Review
The InWin Neptune DN140 pro features a specialized aerodynamic blade design to offer high performance and low noise output. InWin states that this fan has a strong pressure-to-airflow P-Q curve, meaning that it is ideal for use in either chassis, where high airflow is desired, or cooling solutions, where high static pressure is required.
TechPowerUp: Intel Core 14th Gen Unboxing & Preview - Raptor Lake Getting Refreshed
Intel's Core 14th Gen "Raptor Lake Refresh" processors are launching soon. Today marks the end of the unboxing and preview embargo, and we're excited to share hands-on pictures of the new processors with you. Additionally, we'll discuss the latest technologies and features they bring to the table.
TechPowerUp: Lords of the Fallen Performance Benchmark Review - 30 GPUs Tested
Lords of the Fallen has been released, showcasing the incredible power of Unreal Engine 5. This souls-like game offers breathtaking visuals that rank among the most impressive we've seen, but it demands powerful hardware, too. In our performance review, we're taking a closer look at image quality, VRAM usage, and performance on a wide selection of modern graphics cards.
Wccftech: Marvel's Spider-Man 2 Review - Ultimate Incarnation
Marvel's Spider-Man 2 feels like the perfect, albeit safe, evolution of the formula first introduced with the 2018 game on PlayStation 4.
TechPowerUp: Truthear NOVA In-Ear Monitors Review - Harman Fans Rejoice!
Truthear aims to follow up on its impressive releases to date with its most expensive set to date called the NOVA. It uses a 1 DD/4 BA driver configuration in an updated, more comfortable shell design to put out a highly dynamic bass and smooth-yet-detailed treble response which follows the Harman in-ear target quite closely.
TweakTown: Micron 7500 Max 12.8TB SSD Review - Drop-in Ready
The datacenter gets an update to 232-layer flash with Micron's 7500 Series enterprise SSD, offering unmatched consistency and class-leading performance.
StorageReview: Micron 7500 Pro, 7500 Max SSD Review
Still a Gen4 SSD, the Micron 7500 family takes the 7450 platform and equips it with new 232-layer NAND for mainstream enterprise workloads.
NikKTech: Hyperice Venom Go Heat & Vibration Wearable Review
If you happen to experience muscle soreness and/or pain for whatever reason then the Venom Go heat & vibration wearable by Hyperice should be on your to buy list.