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

Casing: Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis Review
Computers: Nuc Box 9 First Look, A Fast Super Tiny Ryzen Powered 4K Mini PC, You've Never Seen A Ryzen 6000 Based Mini PC with This Much Power! HX99G Hands On
Cooling: Alphacool Eisbaer Pro HPE Aurora 360 CPU AIO Review
Headphones: 1MORE Aero Review, Sendy Audio Aiva - Magnetostatic Stereo Headphones Review - Lots of wood, but still a fair price and some trouble for the competitors
Motherboards: MSI MAG B650M Mortar Wi-Fi mATX Review
Storage: Silicon Power Elite 256GB Class 10 A1 UHS-I U1 microSDXC Card Review





Casing:

Funky Kit: Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis Review

Today, we’ll be taking a look at the Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis. It features a metal frame at the front of the case which gives it a unique look and design. It also comes with a 3mm hinged tempered glass panel on the left side, offering...



Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis Review - Funky Kit

Computers:

ETA Prime: Nuc Box 9 First Look, A Fast Super Tiny Ryzen Powered 4K Mini PC

In this video, we take look at the new GMKtec Nuc Box 9 Ryzen-powered mini PC. We do an unboxing, run some benchmarks, Test some PC games in windows.



Nuc Box 9 First Look, A Fast Super Tiny Ryzen Powered 4K Mini PC

ETA Prime: You've Never Seen A Ryzen 6000 Based Mini PC with This Much Power! HX99G Hands On

This Mini PC can play AAA Games at 1440P! In this video we take a look at the new MinisForum HX99G mini gaming PC. Powered by the AMD RYZEN 9 6900HX CPU.



You've Never Seen A Ryzen 6000 Based Mini PC with This Much Power! HX99G Hands On

Cooling:

EnosTech.com: Alphacool Eisbaer Pro HPE Aurora 360 CPU AIO Review

This AIO is listed at €219.98 at the time of this writing. This is a steep price but given the extensive features, is well worth it.



Alphacool Eisbaer Pro HPE Aurora 360 CPU AIO Review - EnosTech.com

Headphones:

APH Networks: 1MORE Aero Review

If you know me, you may know that I really enjoy the Fire Emblem game franchise. Every chapter feels like a challenge with a good amount of strategy and difficulty. Of course, while it feels good to completely destroy another human player in an online game, the peace of getting to beat an AI player just hits different. Beating another human player that is prone to human error is fun, but being able to outsmart a computer in tactics is so much more satisfying. Mind you, I am not the best Fire Emblem player, but I have been able to beat Fire Emblem Awakening on the Lunatic difficulty mode without having a single unit lost. I found Fire Emblem games have been a nice way for me to relax in my own space and in my own mind. Being in the state where my full mind is invested into the strategy behind the game allows me to have some peace inside. This is something difficult nowadays, but sometimes you just want to block out all of the noise in your life. Something that helps that is a nice pair of active noise cancelling earbuds. 1MORE has sent over their Aero earbuds to test out. These earbuds are feature-rich with their latest active noise canceling technology, detailed sound profiles, and good battery life. Will these earbuds hold up to their claims and provide me with the peace and serenity of removing myself from the world's noise I need? Keep on reading to find out!

1MORE Aero Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

IgorsLAB: Sendy Audio Aiva - Magnetostatic Stereo Headphones Review - Lots of wood, but still a fair price and some trouble for the competitors

The Sendy Audio Aiva has me touched (and not just because it's a magnetostat), and has made me wonder a bit both beforehand and afterward.



Sendy Audio Aiva - Magnetostatic Stereo Headphones Review - Lots of wood, but still a fair price and some trouble for the competitors

Motherboards:

Hardware Busters: MSI MAG B650M Mortar Wi-Fi mATX Review

The MSI MAG B650M Mortar Wi-Fi is an interesting choice for those looking for an mATX mainboard to pair with a Ryzen 7000 processor. It uses the B650 chipset. I will discuss AMD’s newest chipsets in the following paragraphs before proceeding to the main review. First, I would like to emphasize the differences between the AM4 and AM5 sockets, which are clearly shown in the scheme below.



MSI MAG B650M Mortar Wi-Fi mATX Review - Hardware Busters

Storage:

Mad Shrimps: Silicon Power Elite 256GB Class 10 A1 UHS-I U1 microSDXC Card Review

The Elite A1 256GB card from Silicon Power does offer a notable improvement in terms of writes versus the non-A1 variant we have tested before, while offering the same levels of protection against water, dust, high-temperatures, and X-rays.

[M] [M] Silicon Power Elite 256GB Class 10 A1 UHS-I U1 microSDXC Card Review