Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: Beelink GTR7 Pro (Ryzen 9 7940HS) MiniPC review, Kamrui AM08 Pro Mini PC Review: Pint-Sized Ryzen Gaming, Khadas Mind Premium Review: Raptor Lake-P in a Modular Portable Workstation, Minisforum Venus Series NPB5 Mini-PC (Intel i5-13500H) Review
Cooling: MSI MAG CORELIQUID E Series 360mm AIO Review, MSI MAG CoreLiquid E360 AIO Review: Impressively Cool and Quiet, ID-COOLING DASHFLOW 360 XT LITE WHITE AIO Review
Gaming: Baldur's Gate 3 review: Why this is a game that will stay with you forever, Mortal Kombat 1 Review – A Bit of the New Ultraviolence
Graphics Cards: ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 7700 XT OC Edition Review
Input: Razer Viper V3 HyperSpeed Review: Feels Lighter
Power: Super Flower Leadex Titanium ATX v3.0 1600W PSU Review
Speakers: BenQ treVolo U Desktop Dialogue Speaker Review
Storage: ADATA Legend 970 2TB M.2 PCIe 5.0 x4 SSD Review, Crucial P5 Plus 2TB (Heatsink Version) Review, Crucial T700 Pro Series 4TB Gen5 M.2 SSD Review
The Guru of 3D: Beelink GTR7 Pro (Ryzen 9 7940HS) MiniPC review
The market for mini PCs has developed greatly in recent years. One of the major players in this arena is Beelink, which has introduced its flagship product called GTR7 Pro, based on the AMD Ryzen 9 7940 HS. This CPU that was launched on 30th April 2023 (and is made in 4nm FinFET technology from TSMC) features eight powerful CPU cores (and sixteen threads) that can reach clock speeds of up to 5.2 GHz (base clock is 4 GHz). It has an L1 Cache of 512 KB, an L2 Cache of 8 MB, and an L3 Cache of 16 MB.
HotHardware: Kamrui AM08 Pro Mini PC Review: Pint-Sized Ryzen Gaming
Kamrui's Ryzen 7 7735HS-based mini tower blends user upgradeability, a small form factor and good performance into an affordable package.
Anandtech: Khadas Mind Premium Review: Raptor Lake-P in a Modular Portable Workstation
Khadas is a well-known vendor in the ARM-based single-board computer (SBC) circles. Recently, the company made its first foray into the small form-factor x86 PC space with a rather unique product - the Khadas Mind. Unlike regular mini-PCs, the Mind is actually an ecosystem of products created with the aim of bringing a portable modular workstation to the market. Rather than relying on Thunderbolt to achieve this vision, the company has created a proprietary Mind Link connector and interface with an intent to produce a more close-knit set of products.
TechPowerUp: Minisforum Venus Series NPB5 Mini-PC (Intel i5-13500H) Review
The Minisforum Venus Series NPB5 with an Intel Core i5-13500H delivers a fantastic user experience thanks to the performance and many valuable features. If you need a system that can handle multiple displays, demanding CPU workloads, and two USB4 ports, the NPB5 has you covered.
eTeknix: MSI MAG CORELIQUID E Series 360mm AIO Review
MSI is one of the leading brands for high-end PC hardware, with many of the best graphics cards, motherboards, gaming monitors and much more beyond.
Tom's Hardware: MSI MAG CoreLiquid E360 AIO Review: Impressively Cool and Quiet
Cools well and runs quiet, but how can you ship a product without including a manual?
EnosTech.com: ID-COOLING DASHFLOW 360 XT LITE WHITE AIO Review
Introduction ID-COOLING has released a new cooler named DASHFLOW 360 XT LITE White. It has quite a long name. This thing is becoming a norm these days with brands coming out with quite lengthy names of their coolers. In case you wondering what LITE means in the name, there is another version of this cooler.
Windows Central: Baldur's Gate 3 review: Why this is a game that will stay with you forever
The real mind flayer tadpole is this game, and I find myself consumed.
Wccftech: Mortal Kombat 1 Review – A Bit of the New Ultraviolence
Does Mortal Kombat 1 have what it takes to compete against the latest crop of acclaimed fighters? Or does it fail to land that killer blow?
TweakTown: ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 7700 XT OC Edition Review
A solid 1440p performer priced competitively, the ASUS TUF Radeon RX 7700 XT OC Edition also delivers when it comes to thermal design and build quality.
Hardware Busters: Super Flower Leadex Titanium ATX v3.0 1600W PSU Review
Super Flower released its a new Leadex Titanium 1600 unit, providing it with ATX v3.0 compatibility, meaning that it can deliver up to 3200W for small periods, without shutting down. This is an updated version of the legendary Leadex Titanium platform, used in the bullet-proof EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 units, which proved its reliability during the mining era.
Hardware Busters: BenQ treVolo U Desktop Dialogue Speaker Review
The BenQ treVolo U Desktop Dialogue speaker produces high quality sound and has several interesting features, that I will analyze in today’s review.
FunkyKit: ADATA Legend 970 2TB M.2 PCIe 5.0 x4 SSD Review
Today, we present you the latest and the fastest M.2 SSD from ADATA - the Legend 970. This new SSD is designed to work with the M.2 PCIe 5.0 x4 sockets, so it'
APH Networks: Crucial P5 Plus 2TB (Heatsink Version) Review
The Crucial P5 Plus 2TB (Heatsink Version) is a classic budget mainstream PCIe 4.0-based NVMe SSD from the company, but its performance to price ratio has room for improvement to remain competitive in 2023.
NikKTech: Crucial T700 Pro Series 4TB Gen5 M.2 SSD Review
The T700 Pro Series 4TB Gen5 M.2 NVMe SSD by Crucial doesn’t just offer high capacity and impressive read and write performance, it also delivers excellent endurance levels and optimal cooling for most scenarios.