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

Displays: Lenovo Legion Y25-30 25-inch 280 Hz gaming monitor review: A sweet spot for speed and price
Gaming: Persona 3 Reload Review - Remake as it Should be
Memory: Netac Z5 RGB 32 GB DDR5-6200 CL32 Memory Review: Glossy Premium Finish
Power: Apexgaming ODIN POWER 1650W ATX 3.0 Power Supply Unit Review
Storage: Netac ZX10 2TB Review





Displays:

Tom's Hardware: Lenovo Legion Y25-30 25-inch 280 Hz gaming monitor review: A sweet spot for speed and price

An FHD IPS 25-inch flat panel with 280 Hz overclock, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and wide gamut color.

Lenovo Legion Y25-30 25-inch 280 Hz gaming monitor review: A sweet spot for speed and price

Gaming:

Wccftech: Persona 3 Reload Review - Remake as it Should be

Persona 3 Reload brings Persona 3 into the modern age. New features, a modern style and enhanced gameplay, is this the definitive Persona 3?

Persona 3 Reload Review - Remake as it Should be

Memory:

Wccftech: Netac Z5 RGB 32 GB DDR5-6200 CL32 Memory Review: Glossy Premium Finish

Netac's Z RGB DDR5 memory kits offer a stylish mirror finish design with RGB in specs that go all the way up to DDR5-8000 at a decent price.

Netac Z5 RGB 32 GB DDR5-6200 CL32 Memory Review: Glossy Premium Finish

Power:

NikKTech: Apexgaming ODIN POWER 1650W ATX 3.0 Power Supply Unit Review

Its massive power output of 1650W might be its strongest selling point but the latest ODIN power supply unit by Apexgaming is also 80 PLUS Platinum certified and ATX 3.0 & PCIe 5.0 compliant.

Apexgaming ODIN POWER 1650W ATX 3.0 Power Supply Unit Review

Storage:

APH Networks: Netac ZX10 2TB Review

What makes one brand of gasoline more preferable than another? For most people, price is usually the primary consideration. I think the majority of the population is not particularly loyal to one fuel brand. This does not mean the same people do not believe there is a performance or quality difference between brands, but for the most part, there is a presupposition that any difference is negligible in day-to-day use between Top Tier retailers like Shell, Chevron, or Mobil, and hence price becomes the determining factor. Even for me who has a particular affinity for Shell -- one of my cars has literally never seen anything but Shell -- I have no issues putting Costco in all my other cars, especially when they take premium. I think Shell has done a tremendous job in convincing people V-Power is really the best premium fuel, but you literally pay a premium for them here in Canada. However, from my extensive data logging, I have seen no variance between V-Power and Kirkland Signature premium with my Acura TL Type-S, at least at the Costco I usually fill up at. This is not surprising, considering I have been told many times by people who work there and local tuners that this particular Costco is actually supplied by Shell. In the same way, what differences are there between external USB SSDs? Just like gas, the performance and quality are important, but if they run on the same interface, what you take your credit card out for usually just comes down to price, since the real-world difference is likely minor. Today, we have the Netac ZX10 2TB USB 3.2 Gen 2 portable drive for testing. Netac is a newer Chinese SSD manufacturer to us here in North America, and we have previously covered the NV7000-t 1TB, which we came away pretty satisfied with how it performed relative to the price. Will they pull off the same thing again with the ZX10 we are evaluating today? Read on to find out!

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