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

Computers: Minisforum UM790 Pro Review Big Upgrade to a Small AMD System
Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Halo White CPU Air Cooler Review
Gaming: GYLT Review - A Not-so-Subtle Anti-Bullying Campaign, Hi-Fi Rush Arcade Challenge! Update Review - Refreshing and Ridin' the Wave
Headphones: SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7 Wireless Headset review
Input: i-Rocks M36 Pure Optical Gaming Mouse Review, ASUS TUF Gaming M4 Wireless Gaming Mouse - Overview
Memory: Neo Forza Trinity DDR5 6400 CL40 2x16 GB review, Neo Forza Trinity Jetblack DDR5 6000 2x32 GB review
Mobile: Leia Lume Pad 2 Review: 3D Technology Without Any Extra Devices
Power: Jackery Explorer 2000 Pro Portable Power Station Review
Printers: Creality K1 Review: A Speedy New Flagship
Storage: Lexar Blaze Portable Gaming SSD Review, Netac NV7000 M.2 SSD Review - 2TB Capacity with Heatsink, HP Portable SSD P900 1TB Review





Computers:

ServeTheHome: Minisforum UM790 Pro Review Big Upgrade to a Small AMD System

We check out the Minisforum UM790 Pro and see how the company takes a new-generation AMD Ryzen processor and does something different



Minisforum UM790 Pro Review Big Upgrade to a Small AMD System

Cooling:

TweakTown: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Halo White CPU Air Cooler Review

Cooler Master's new Hyper 212 Halo White CPU air cooler could be the perfect match for your new white PC build, but it's not all good news.



Cooler Master Hyper 212 Halo White CPU Air Cooler Review

Gaming:

Wccftech: GYLT Review - A Not-so-Subtle Anti-Bullying Campaign

GYLT is an adventure-horror game in which players help Sally find her missing cousin. Is the journey through the twisted world worth it?



GYLT Review - A Not-so-Subtle Anti-Bullying Campaign

Wccftech: Hi-Fi Rush Arcade Challenge! Update Review - Refreshing and Ridin' the Wave

The latest Hi-Fi Rush update brings with it two new modes that expand upon the features the game had. Are the modes worth playing?



Hi-Fi Rush Arcade Challenge! Update Review - Refreshing and Ridin' the Wave

Headphones:

The Guru of 3D: SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7 Wireless Headset review

SteelSeries, a Danish manufacturer founded in 2001, has a broad range of PC components and peripherals. That included the headsets. Last time we checked the Arctis Nova Pro, a high-end model. 

SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7 Wireless Headset review

Input:

MadShrimps: i-Rocks M36 Pure Optical Gaming Mouse Review

We have had good experiences when testing a PWM3389 mice before, such as the AQIRYS T.G.A. and the M36 Pure makes no exception. After customizing it with our own preferences, we ran Diablo 4 and the mouse has performed admirably in action-packed events; a similar experience we have had while...

[M] [M] i-Rocks M36 Pure Optical Gaming Mouse Review

EnosTech.com: ASUS TUF Gaming M4 Wireless Gaming Mouse - Overview

Today, we are taking a look at an overview of the ASUS TUF M4 Wireless Gaming Mouse. This mouse is available on ASUS’s website for £33.99. Asus is well-known in the PC gaming community for its premium products. 



ASUS TUF Gaming M4 Wireless Gaming Mouse - Overview - EnosTech.com

Memory:

The Guru of 3D: Neo Forza Trinity DDR5 6400 CL40 2x16 GB review

Neo Forza Trinity 6400 CL40 32 GB kit is the second kit (after the Neo Forza Trinity JetBlack 6000 CL40 2x 32GB) from the Taiwanese company (which was founded in 2018) that we had a chance to look at. It is a brand of Goldkey (which has existed since 1998) that focuses on enthusiast-grade products. You can find the SATA, M.2 PCIe drives, DDR4, and DDR5 in the offer. As for the last item from the list, Neo Forza offers four series: Trinity, which we’re reviewing (with the RGB and the frequencies up to 7800 MHz); Trinity JetBlack – (w/o RGB and up to 7800 MHz); MDK5 (w/o RGB and the frequencies up to 6800 MHz); PnP (4800-5200 MHz, JEDEC compliant, and 1.1 V). We got a sample of the Trinity (so with the RGB lighting) kit that consists of two 16 GB modules with a frequency of 6400 MHz and latency of CL40.

Neo Forza Trinity DDR5 6400 CL40 2x16 GB review

The Guru of 3D: Neo Forza Trinity Jetblack DDR5 6000 2x32 GB review

Neo Forza is a Taiwanese company founded in 2018 that’s a brand of Goldkey (which has existed since 1998) that focuses on enthusiast-grade products. You can find the SATA, M.2 PCIe drives, DDR4, and DDR5 in the offer. As for the last item from the list, Neo Forza offers four series: Trinity (with the RGB and the frequencies up to 7800 MHz), JetBlack – which we’re reviewing (w/o RGB and up to 7800 MHz), MDK5 (w/o RGB and the frequencies up to 6800 MHz), PnP (4800-5200 MHz, JEDEC compliant, and 1.1 V). We got a sample of the Trinity JetBlack (so without the RGB lighting) kit that consists of two 32 GB modules with a frequency of 6000 MHz and latency of CL40. 64 GB of RAM sounds like a lot; it will probably be overkill for many “average-Joe” users.

Neo Forza Trinity Jetblack DDR5 6000 2x32 GB review

Mobile:

Wccftech: Leia Lume Pad 2 Review: 3D Technology Without Any Extra Devices

At Wccftech, we are asked by many companies to review products, and sometimes we come across something incredibly unique that it becomes challenging to review.



Leia Lume Pad 2 Review: 3D Technology Without Any Extra Devices

Power:

TechPowerUp: Jackery Explorer 2000 Pro Portable Power Station Review

The Jackery Explorer 2000 Pro is a massive 2000 watt portable power station. It satisfies a few unique requirements that are sought after for more extreme outdoor excursions or on larger job sites for example, with its fast recharge speed and capable 20 amp AC ports.



Jackery Explorer 2000 Pro Portable Power Station Review

Printers:

Tom's Hardware: Creality K1 Review: A Speedy New Flagship

End of the Ender?



Creality K1 Review: A Speedy New Flagship

Storage:

eTeknix: Lexar Blaze Portable Gaming SSD Review

Lexar is a familiar name to many people, if you’re a professional or even a budding amateur photographer, then you’re probably more than aware of their products, as Lexar has always been a go-to brand for various memory cards and storage formats.



Lexar Blaze Portable Gaming SSD Review | eTeknix

ThePCEnthusiast: Netac NV7000 M.2 SSD Review - 2TB Capacity with Heatsink

Today, let's look at an M.2 NVME SSD from a company you may not be familiar with. I have here the NV7000 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD from a company called



Netac NV7000 M.2 SSD Review - 2TB Capacity with Heatsink - ThePCEnthusiast

Hardware Busters: HP Portable SSD P900 1TB Review

The HP P900 portable SSD can deliver up to 2000 MB/s speeds at both Read and Write operations, according to its maker. It uses a USB 3.2 Gen2x2 and it looks to be an ideal solution for expanding the storage of laptops and PS5 consoles.



HP Portable SSD P900 1TB Review - Hardware Busters