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

Casing: Jonsbo N2 NAS enclosure in review - Not a direct successor, but a chic variation instead, SilverStone SETA D1 Review
Cooling: Valkyrie SYN360 AIO Cooler Review
Graphics Cards: Sapphire RX 7800 XT Nitro+ Review: Big and Quiet
Headphones: Logitech G Pro X 2 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset
Storage: Kingston XS1000 Portable SSD Review, Lexar NM710 Gen4 Solid State Drive Review, Synology DS224+ SOHO NAS Review





Casing:

IgorsLAB: Jonsbo N2 NAS enclosure in review - Not a direct successor, but a chic variation instead

Half a year ago I had contact with Caseking regarding this case, but at that time it was simply not yet available in Germany. Until then, I was allowed to test



Jonsbo N2 NAS enclosure in review - Not a direct successor, but a chic variation instead

TechPowerUp: SilverStone SETA D1 Review

The SilverStone SETA D1 utilizes the familiar chassis found in the H1 or Q1 models and supercharges it by accommodating both external and internal storage options. It retains the exceptional versatility of the entire SETA series, enabling users to create builds that fully focus on cooling or large GPUs.



SilverStone SETA D1 Review

Cooling:

eTeknix: Valkyrie SYN360 AIO Cooler Review

Dont worry if you havent heard of Valkrie, theyre relatively new in the PC market. However, theres no doubt that they have a great-looking product range, and were eager to dive deeper into it! Recently I reviewed the Valkyrie X12 ARGB 120mm fans and was suitably impressed with what they had to offer.

Valkyrie SYN360 AIO Cooler Review | eTeknix

Graphics Cards:

Tom's Hardware: Sapphire RX 7800 XT Nitro+ Review: Big and Quiet

Engage cool and quiet mode.



Sapphire RX 7800 XT Nitro+ Review: Big and Quiet

Headphones:

LanOC Reviews: Logitech G Pro X 2 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset

I took a look at the new Logitech G Pro Superlight 2 mouse and their Pro X TKL LIGHTSPEED Gaming Keyboard, both in their pink or magenta colorway. For that same launch Logitech also brought out one other product, they announced the Pro X 2 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset in that same pink color. The Pro X 2 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset was announced in May and was available in their black and white models. This isn’t a new product but they did match the pink color option to have a full matching set of peripherals available. I was extremely impressed back in 2019 with the original G Pro X Gaming Headset launch and one of my only complaints was that they didn’t have a wireless option available as well but I never had the chance to check out the original wireless model or the new wired X 2. So I’m excited to see what has changed and how well the wireless works, let’s dive in.

Logitech G Pro X 2 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Headset - LanOC Reviews

Storage:

StorageReview: Kingston XS1000 Portable SSD Review

The Kingston XS1000 performance is near the top of its class, consistently ranking in a lot of categories, and first in some.



Kingston XS1000 Portable SSD Review

ThinkComputers: Lexar NM710 Gen4 Solid State Drive Review

The Lexar NM710 makes use of a Maxio Technology controller teamed with 176-layer TLC NAND and does not have a cache chip. This combination will produce sequential speeds of 5000 MB/s read and 4500 MB/s write, which no one is going to complain about.



Lexar NM710 Gen4 Solid State Drive Review

TweakTown: Synology DS224+ SOHO NAS Review

Synology does much right with the DS224+, but the lack of 2.5Gbe or SSD caching hampers this unit when these additions could have made it a must have.



Synology DS224+ SOHO NAS Review