Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Computers: NiPoGi CK10 Mini-PC in test - fell short of expectations
Cooling: Akasa Gecko Pro - M.2 SSD Heatsink Review, Alpenföhn Brocken 4 MAX 250W TDP Air Cooler
Displays: UPERFECT Model O 4K OLED Portable Monitor Review
Gaming: AYANEO 2S review: An impressive gaming handheld with a price that's hard to swallow
Graphics Cards: MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPRIM X 12G Video Card Review
Storage: Corsair MP600 Core XT 2TB Review, Western Digital Black 8TB HDD Review: Not Back in Black
IgorsLAB: NiPoGi CK10 Mini-PC in test - fell short of expectations
We recently tested an AMD model from this manufacturer, and now we have a small Intel system after that.
Tech-Legend: Akasa Gecko Pro - M.2 SSD Heatsink Review
The Akasa Gecko Pro is a good M.2 SSD heatsink that does its job and has a simple design and mounting system.
Glob3trotters: Alpenföhn Brocken 4 MAX 250W TDP Air Cooler
This is the second review regarding Alpenföhn’s newest range of CPU air coolers, where we will have a look at the most capable one, the Brocken 4 MAX. This is a dual heatsink, dual fan CPU cooler that is rated up to 250W of TDP. This new series incorporates two CPU coolers and is under the ‘Broken 4‘ family, a name taken from the highest peak in Northern Germany.
NikKTech: UPERFECT Model O 4K OLED Portable Monitor Review
Thanks to its Touchscreen 4K OLED panel, thin and lightweight aluminum housing and its built-in rechargeable battery pack the Model O 15.6” portable monitor by UPERFECT is on a league of its own.
Windows Central: AYANEO 2S review: An impressive gaming handheld with a price that's hard to swallow
Comfortable grips, a gorgeous screen, and Hall effect joysticks.
The FPS Review: MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPRIM X 12G Video Card Review
The MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPRIM X 12G Video Card is fast, and we test it at 1440p, 4K, DLSS, and Ray Tracing. Find out how fast it can make your games.
APH Networks: Corsair MP600 Core XT 2TB Review
In preparation for Skrillex coming to Calgary to perform a set, I have been listening to many of his songs as one would do when preparing for an artist they wish to see live. As much as I enjoy his new music, nothing hits home for me like his old songs such classics like Bangarang, Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites, and First of the Year (Equinox), which you may recognize as the "CALL 911 NOW!" dubstep song. Now, there is definitely a lot of nostalgia in this for me, as Skrillex was the first EDM artist I ever listened to, which is big considering EDM is my favorite genre of music. Listening to these songs brings me back to my middle school days when things were a lot simpler, and I could just listen to the Bangarang album on repeat for ages. His older music is also a lot more electronic sounding, which is an element to EDM songs I enjoy quite a bit. So while I enjoy his new house music a lot, I will be very thrilled to hear any of his old dubstep songs played in a music festival environment. Similarly, Corsair has become known for their peripherals and cooling products in the last little while, but it might go under the radar that they have been manufacturing SSDs for quite a long time. We have reviewed many Corsair products here at APH Networks, but today is our first time looking at a storage drive from them, which brings us along to the Corsair MP600 Core XT 2TB. How does our first tested Corsair SSD compare to our other drives that we have reviewed in the past? Let us read on to find out!