Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 6 Review
Cooling: Arctic Freezer 4U-M Review, Corsair iCUE LINK QX120 RGB in review - Can extremely expensive also be extremely good?, DeepCool ASSASSIN IV WH Review
Graphics Cards: ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 7800 XT OC Edition Video Card Review
Input: Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 Review: Now With USB-C
Memory: Lexar THOR DDR5-6000 32GB Memory Kit Review
Other: xTool F1 Review: Cut and Engrave on the Go
StorageReview: Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 6 Review
The Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 6 blends portability and performance. It's not as fast as the P16, but the P1 Gen 6 is more portable.
OCInside.de: Arctic Freezer 4U-M Review
When it comes to cooling server CPUs, you dont necessarily have to use an OEM cooler. With the Freezer 4U-M, Arctic now presents a multi-compatible high-performance air cooler for professional workstations and servers in 4U format. The following review reveals what the 1.2 kg heavy cooler has to offer in detail.
IgorsLAB: Corsair iCUE LINK QX120 RGB in review - Can extremely expensive also be extremely good?
Finally in the database and also online as a single review on igor'sLAB - with the Corsair iCUE LINK QX120 RGB, Corsair has raised the bar quite a bit.
APH Networks: DeepCool ASSASSIN IV WH Review
A couple of weeks ago, I attended a play with my girlfriend called "The Mousetrap", which was a murder mystery written by Agatha Christie. Without revealing the actual story, I found the evening to be quite enjoyable. I always like a whodunit and watching it live only elevates the experience. One thing I found interesting was how they were able to create an ambience with their physical set, lighting, and sound effects. For example, when they opened up a window during the daytime, the theater used a cooler white light to show the open window mixed with the snow outside. However, once they closed the window, this lighting changed to a warmer white, which was similar to a candlelight feel. They also used multiple layers in their set despite keeping the whole area static for the most part. They had multiple doors and exit points for the actors and actresses to walk in and out, providing a cohesive feel for the audience while still allowing for a bit more depth in their layout. All in all, I was quite impressed with the execution and I would definitely go again, albeit for a different play. In a similar vein of thinking, when DeepCool announced their ASSASSIN IV cooler, I was quite excited. As this is their newest top-of-the-line air cooler, I was interested in what it would achieve. We have seen strong showings with their AK-lineup of coolers, such as the AK620 Digital. What sort of ambience does this cooler convey? Are there multiple layers of depth to its execution in making it a cohesive product? Let us read on to find out!
The FPS Review: ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 7800 XT OC Edition Video Card Review
Check out the ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 7800 XT OC Edition Video Card Review, high performance vs competition, great cooling, a TUF video card.
Tom's Hardware: Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 Review: Now With USB-C
I have no problem with basic. But this mouse is definitely basic.
Funky Kit: Lexar THOR DDR5-6000 32GB Memory Kit Review
Today, we'll be taking a look at the Lexar Thor DDR5-6000 32GB memory kit. These memory modules are rated to run at DDR5-6000 speeds