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

Casing: Lian Li SUP-01 Case Review
Gaming: Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flightdeck Review
Graphics Cards: ASRock Radeon RX 7900 GRE Steel Legend Review - RDNA 3's Best
Headphones: Elysian Acoustic Labs Pilgrim In-Ear Monitors Review
Storage: Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable SSD Review: Power-Efficient 2 GBps in an IP66 Package, PNY RP60 1TB Portable SSD Review: Mostly Decent, but Doesn't Stand Out, TEAMGROUP T-FORCE Z540 Review (2TB)





Casing:

ThinkComputers: Lian Li SUP-01 Case Review

The SUP-01 is a 45-liter case that is definitely made to show off your system, but you actually mount your graphics card in the front of the case thanks to an included PCIe riser card. This design of course changes the traditional nature of cooling the system so we'll have to see if this is a case you should consider for a high performance build. Read on as we take a look!

Lian Li SUP-01 Case Review

Gaming:

APH Networks: Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flightdeck Review

The Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flightdeck is a good entry-level HOTAS system for the casual flying enthusiast.

Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flightdeck Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Graphics Cards:

TweakTown: ASRock Radeon RX 7900 GRE Steel Legend Review - RDNA 3's Best

ASRock's Radeon RX 7900 GRE Steel Legend, maybe the best AMD RDNA 3 card, delivers exceptional 1440p performance on par with the GeForce 4070 SUPER.

  ASRock Radeon RX 7900 GRE Steel Legend Review - RDNA 3's Best

Headphones:

TechPowerUp: Elysian Acoustic Labs Pilgrim In-Ear Monitors Review

Elysian Acoustic Labs aims to take over the sub-$500 IEM market with its all-new Pilgrim hybrid driver IEMs. It uses CNC-machined aluminium shells with high quality drivers and Elysian's famous tuning touches to put out the premium brand's most affordable offering to date.

Elysian Acoustic Labs Pilgrim In-Ear Monitors Review

Storage:

Anandtech: Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable SSD Review: Power-Efficient 2 GBps in an IP66 Package

Lexar has a long history of serving the flash-based consumer storage market in the form of SSDs, memory cards, and USB flash drives. After having started out as a Micron brand, the company was acquired by Longsys which has diversified its product lineup with regular introduction of new products. Recently, the company announced a number of portable SSDs targeting different market segments. The Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable SSD makes its entry as the new flagship in the 20 Gbps PSSD segment.

Lexar ARMOR 700 Portable SSD Review: Power-Efficient 2 GBps in an IP66 Package

Tom's Hardware: PNY RP60 1TB Portable SSD Review: Mostly Decent, but Doesn't Stand Out

Rubberized and speedy

PNY RP60 1TB Portable SSD Review: Mostly Decent, but Doesn't Stand Out

StorageReview: TEAMGROUP T-FORCE Z540 Review (2TB)

The Teamgroup T-Force Z540 Gen5 M.2 touts the Phison PS5026-E26-52, SK Hynix DRAM, and Micron NAND, blended for impressive performance.

TEAMGROUP T-FORCE Z540 Review (2TB)