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

Casing: MSI MEG Prospect 700R Review
Cooling: Thermaltake CT120/CT140 ARGB Sync PC Cooling Fan Pack(s) Review
CPUs: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPU Review: Performance, Thermals & Power Analysis
Displays: AOC AGON Pro AG274QZM Gaming Monitor Review
Gaming: Amazon Luna Cloud Gaming Review: Hardware, Service, and Performance
Headphones: Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite Review
Input: ASUS ROG Azoth Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review, MSI VIGOR GK71 SONIC Blue keyboard review
Networking: Synology WRX560 Wireless Router Review
Power: Montech Titan Gold 1200w ATX 3.0 Gaming PSU Review
Storage: Lexar JumpDrive P30 USB 3.2 Flash Drive Review





Casing:

TechPowerUp: MSI MEG Prospect 700R Review

The MSI MEG Prospect 700R comes with a beautiful 4.3" built-in IPS touch screen that give you access to various functions, including fan speed and ARGB control. MSI's new case is not only a hefty, well built and cool looking chassis, it also supports vertical mounting for triple-slot GPUs and ships with four 140 mm fans and additional parts for an E-ATX or cooling focus.



MSI MEG Prospect 700R Review

Cooling:

Play3r: Thermaltake CT120/CT140 ARGB Sync PC Cooling Fan Pack(s) Review

Thermaltake has sent the CT120 & CT140 ARGB cooling fans for today’s review, with short daisy-chained cables that connect directly to the motherboard.



Thermaltake CT120/CT140 ARGB Sync PC Cooling Fan Pack(s) Review

CPUs:

Hardware Busters: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPU Review: Performance, Thermals & Power Analysis

The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D promises a notable gaming performance increase, thanks to the 3D V-Cache technology that it utilizes. Moreover, thanks to its 16-cores and 32-threads, besides gaming, you can also use it for content creation or other, heavy multi-thread tasks. 



AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPU Review: Performance, Thermals & Power Analysis - Hardware Busters

Displays:

eTeknix: AOC AGON Pro AG274QZM Gaming Monitor Review

You can buy a good quality gaming monitor with a high refresh rate and a decent resolution for not a lot of money these days, £200-300 will get you something modest, but very enjoyable to use. However, the AOC AGON Pro is not affordable, so lets start this review by saying youll need a touch.



AOC AGON Pro AG274QZM Gaming Monitor Review | eTeknix

Gaming:

Wccftech: Amazon Luna Cloud Gaming Review: Hardware, Service, and Performance

Amazon Luna was announced in September of 2020 when the company offered users the chance to be invited into early access to the service. I was one of the select few Amazon "diehards" who was excited that the company was coming out with its service and immediately signed up.



Amazon Luna Cloud Gaming Review: Hardware, Service, and Performance

Headphones:

MMORPG.com: Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite Review

The Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite earphones are an object lesson in balance. They're beautifully designed and a great choice for both music and gaming at your PC. Find out if they're worth picking up for yourself in this review!d

Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite Review | MMORPG.com

Input:

TechPowerUp: ASUS ROG Azoth Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

ASUS adds to its flagship keyboard line with the new ROG Azoth which is a 75% form factor keyboard with features to attract ROG fans, the mainstream gaming crowd, and the enthusiast keyboard community too. It uses a clever combination of first-party switches, a gasket mount, an integrated OLED display, and software to make for a highly customizable and enjoyable typing experience.



ASUS ROG Azoth Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

The Guru of 3D: MSI VIGOR GK71 SONIC Blue keyboard review

The MSI VIGOR GK71 SONIC is the latest addition to the market of RGB LED lit mechanical keyboards. Equipped with MSI branded Kailh switches (Blue), this keyboard offers a unique typing experience with...

MSI VIGOR GK71 SONIC Blue keyboard review

Networking:

Hardware Busters: Synology WRX560 Wireless Router Review

Synology introduced a new wireless router a while ago, the WRX560, which I will thoroughly evaluate in this review. The WRX560 is a Mesh Router featuring WiFi 6 support, and it also has a 2.5 GbE WAN port which can also be configured as a LAN port. For those of you wondering what a mesh router is, this is a plai12n explanation: It is a type of wireless router that uses multiple devices to create a single, seamless network coverage. These devices work together to distribute the internet signal evenly throughout a home or office, eliminating dead spots and providing a stable and fast connection. This means that to cover a large home or office. You will need more than one WRX560 routers, which will work together to distribute the signal. Before proceeding with the review, let me address the elephant in the room, the WiFi 6 support. WiFi 6 already supports the 6 GHz band for more bandwidth and less congestion, thus increasing data transfer speeds. Synology’s choice not to keep it in this product, which was introduced in October 2022, is disappointing. WiFi 7 is also around the corner.



Synology WRX560 Wireless Router Review - Hardware Busters

Power:

TweakTown: Montech Titan Gold 1200w ATX 3.0 Gaming PSU Review

Montech has been making many good strides with their PC cases, and it shows to have trickled over to the PSU side with the Titan Gold 1200w.



Montech Titan Gold 1200w ATX 3.0 Gaming PSU Review

Storage:

ThinkComputers: Lexar JumpDrive P30 USB 3.2 Flash Drive Review

So today we are checking out a very sleek and quite fast USB flash drive from Lexar, their JumpDrive P30. This drive features a premium metal design, is available in capacities ranging from 128 GB all the way up to 1TB, and boasts speeds up to 450 MB/s. Let's take a look!



Lexar JumpDrive P30 USB 3.2 Flash Drive Review