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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Cooling: be quiet! Pure Rock 2 FX Review, MSI MEG Coreliquid S360 AIO CPU Cooler Review
Gaming: Secretlab TITAN EVO 2022 The Witcher Edition Gaming Chair Review
Memory: Sabrent Rocket 64GB (2x32GB) 4800MHz DDR5 Memory Kit Review
Mobile: The AGM Glory G1S is a 5G, Thermal Imaging, night visioning rugged phone
Storage: Sabrent USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure





Cooling:

APH Networks: be quiet! Pure Rock 2 FX Review

If you ask me, the one thing I have really enjoyed doing on my birthday over the past several years is to take the day off and get free stuff. I know others like to have parties or spend the day relaxing on their own, but I enjoy going out with one or two people and collect the various gifts from these businesses. A lot of the businesses require some sort of membership or subscription like an email newsletter, which means you will need to remember to sign up prior to your birthday. As my birthday passed by last month, I drove around with my girlfriend to collect all the free things, which mostly consisted of food. Obviously, spending the day with her was the actual reason the day was so special, but getting free food was the cherry on top. As for be quiet!, they recently just passed their 20th anniversary, which is pretty awesome to say the least. We have worked with different companies that are both older and younger than be quiet!, but nonetheless this is an achievement to remain competitive in the industry for so long. It is great to see how far be quiet! has come in the past twenty years and we hope them all the success for another twenty years and beyond. As part of their celebration, they released a whole range of products under the "FX" name. Consisting of two CPU coolers and a case, we have the privilege of looking at the two CPU coolers. Today, we have the be quiet! Pure Rock 2 FX, based on their original Pure Rock 2 Black with some visual updates. How will this cooler perform, and will it be worth celebrating like be quiet!'s impressive anniversary? Let us read on to find out!

be quiet! Pure Rock 2 FX Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

FunkyKit: MSI MEG Coreliquid S360 AIO CPU Cooler Review

The MEG Coreliquid S360 is here to provide the ultimate silence cooling. It's equipped with MSI's MEG SILENT GALE P12 silent gaming fan.



MSI MEG Coreliquid S360 AIO CPU Cooler Review - FunkyKit

Gaming:

TweakTown: Secretlab TITAN EVO 2022 The Witcher Edition Gaming Chair Review

Secretlab has some astonishing touches on its beautiful Secretlab TITAN EVO 2022 The Witcher Edition gaming chair, right down to metal-studded accents.



Secretlab TITAN EVO 2022 The Witcher Edition Gaming Chair Review

Memory:

Mad Shrimps: Sabrent Rocket 64GB (2x32GB) 4800MHz DDR5 Memory Kit Review

As the 16GB sticks, the 32GB versions of the Sabrent Rocket 4800Mhz U-DIMM memory modules have proven to be very overclockable and are the only way to go if you need both speed and huge capacity.

[M] [M] Sabrent Rocket 64GB (2x32GB) 4800MHz DDR5 Memory Kit Review

Mobile:

Neowin: The AGM Glory G1S is a 5G, Thermal Imaging, night visioning rugged phone

AGM reached out to me to put its latest rugged phone offering through its paces, and we can say up front that with the inclusion of 5G it already started ticking boxes, but how does it hold up?



Review: The AGM Glory G1S is a 5G, Thermal Imaging, night visioning rugged phone

Storage:

Glob3trotters: Sabrent USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure

There are plenty of portable and fast external storage solutions out there. However, if you are after a bit more flexibility, you can grab such a gadget from Sabrent, which let’s you choose any 2242/2260/2280 M.2 NVMe or SATA based SSDs, up to 8TB in size, that is plug and play via USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C (10Gbps).

Sabrent USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure | Glob3trotters