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

Casing: SilverStone FARA 512Z Review
Computers: Lenovo Yoga 7i (16-inch) Review: Good Price, Dim Screen
CPUs: AMD Ryzen 9 7900 vs Ryzen 9 7900X CPU Performance Comparison
Gaming: Redfall Review - Dishonored Meets Far Cry and It's Not Great
Input: CHERRY STREAM KEYBOARD WIRELESS Review
Power: FSP Hydro G PRO 850W ATX 3.0 Power Supply Unit Review, Gigabyte UD850GW PG5 Modular Power Supply Review, Powerness Hiker U500 Power Station and SolarX S120 Review: Power and Convenience
Storage: Crucial P3 Plus 1TB PCIe Gen4 NVME SSD Review





Casing:

APH Networks: SilverStone FARA 512Z Review

When I built my first PC back in the days, I took a long time researching almost every component to make sure I was getting the best bang for my buck. Every detail was scrutinized and compared to other options to see which combination of parts would provide me with the best value for money. Since it was my first time building a computer, I was deeply concerned with all the parts being compatible with one another. However, one component that I did not worry as much about was the case. I figured it was the best place to save the money, as I would not gain any performance from the case, and it was just something to hold all the components. Now, there is obviously a bit more to the case than being a container, but I could not be bothered at the time to use my precious budget on a component which would yield no performance bonus. I got the most basic case imaginable, and it did not take me long before I started looking with envy at how cool other computers looked. As soon as I could, I bought a better case that made it look like a gaming PC. Since my first build, computer cases have changed in many ways. The base design and skeleton may have stayed the same, but the proliferation of designs, features, and RGB LED lighting has made big differences. Today, we are taking a look at the SilverStone FARA 512Z, which features high airflow and three ARGB fans. What other nuances will we see with this case, and will it be worth your consideration? Let us read on to find out!

SilverStone FARA 512Z Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Computers:

Tom's Hardware: Lenovo Yoga 7i (16-inch) Review: Good Price, Dim Screen

The Lenovo Yoga 7i has solid parts for the price, but the screen is dimmer than we'd like.



Lenovo Yoga 7i (16-inch) Review: Good Price, Dim Screen

CPUs:

The FPS Review: AMD Ryzen 9 7900 vs Ryzen 9 7900X CPU Performance Comparison

We review the Ryzen 9 7900 and compare it directly with the Ryzen 9 7900X to see how they compare in benchmarks and gaming, and also PBO Overclocking.



AMD Ryzen 9 7900 vs Ryzen 9 7900X CPU Performance Comparison - The FPS Review

Gaming:

Wccftech: Redfall Review - Dishonored Meets Far Cry and It's Not Great

Redfall, the first open world game with co-op mode support made by Arkane Studios, is out now on PC and Xbox Series S|X and we've played it.



Redfall Review - Dishonored Meets Far Cry and It's Not Great

Input:

Mad Shrimps: CHERRY STREAM KEYBOARD WIRELESS Review

The STREAM WIRELESS keyboard offers a pleasing typing experience at the office, while keeping the noise at a minimum. It is also great for the financial departments due to the inclusion of the numeric pad, while multimedia functions are easily accessible via the extra buttons.

[M] [M] CHERRY STREAM KEYBOARD WIRELESS Review

Power:

NikKTech: FSP Hydro G PRO 850W ATX 3.0 Power Supply Unit Review

The latest Hydro G PRO 850W Power Supply Unit by FSP may not be the highest performance model to ever arrive in the lab but it delivers solid numbers across the board, is ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 compliant, features very good build quality and is covered by a generous 10-year limited warranty.

FSP Hydro G PRO 850W ATX 3.0 Power Supply Unit Review

Funky Kit: Gigabyte UD850GW PG5 Modular Power Supply Review

Today, we will be taking a look at the Gigabyte UD850GM PG5 power supply. This power supply is Gigabyte’s latest addition to their UltraDurable series, and supports latest ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards, and features the new 12VHPWR 16-pin power connector to support all the latest next-gen graphics card, such...



Gigabyte UD850GW PG5 Modular Power Supply Review - Funky Kit

StorageReview: Powerness Hiker U500 Power Station and SolarX S120 Review: Power and Convenience

For the avid outdoor tech enthusiast, staying connected and powered up is essential.



Powerness Hiker U500 Power Station and SolarX S120 Review: Power and Convenience

Storage:

ServeTheHome: Crucial P3 Plus 1TB PCIe Gen4 NVME SSD Review

In our Crucial P3 Plus 1TB PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD review, we see how this M.2 SSD achieves ultra-low cost sacrificing endurance and consistency



Crucial P3 Plus 1TB PCIe Gen4 NVME SSD Review