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

Graphics Cards: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB Review - Twice the VRAM Making a Difference?
Power: FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W ATX v3.0 in test - How good is cheap?
Storage: ADATA Legend 970 2TB SSD Review - Cool Under Pressure, Lexar NM710 1TB
Video: Dangbei Neo Smart projector review: A refreshing cinematic experience for video games





Graphics Cards:

TechPowerUp: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB Review - Twice the VRAM Making a Difference?

Finally! Our GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB review is live. We're investigating what performance gains you can expect from doubling the VRAM size to 16 GB. Our review of the 16 GB version also looks at power consumption and how overclocking is affected by the additional four memory chips on the back side of the PCB.



NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB Review - Twice the VRAM Making a Difference?

Power:

IgorsLAB: FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W ATX v3.0 in test - How good is cheap?

ATX 3.0 and 1000 Watt for under 160 Euro? Another reason to let my friend Aris from Hardwarebusters have his say (and picture) on our site, because he not only



FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W ATX v3.0 in test - How good is cheap?

Storage:

TweakTown: ADATA Legend 970 2TB SSD Review - Cool Under Pressure

ADATA brings cool temps at 10,000 MB/s via an actively cooled heatsink with a unique crystalline surface for improved thermal conductivity.



ADATA Legend 970 2TB SSD Review - Cool Under Pressure

LanOC Reviews: Lexar NM710 1TB

Lexar has been doing a great job of getting a nice variety in their SSD product stack while they haven’t brought out a PCIe 5.0 drive just yet and with that, they have also been competitive in pricing as well. Having already established their name in the storage market with their SD cards for years now they are also on the short list of brands that you can pick from when looking at SSDs and at least know what you are getting. They did just recently announce a new PCIe 4.0 drive that they are positioning to run against the WD SN770 and the Crucial P3 Plus. The NM710 is their latest entry-level drive that goes with their NM620 which is their PCIe 3.0 drive. Today I’m going to check out the NM710 and see what makes it tick as well as put it to the test so we can see how it fits in the market as well as check out its pricing to make sure it fits there as well. So let’s dive in and see what the Lexar NM710 is all about.

Lexar NM710 1TB - LanOC Reviews

Video:

Windows Central: Dangbei Neo Smart projector review: A refreshing cinematic experience for video games

How I spent an evening of cinematic gaming and loved every minute.



Dangbei Neo Smart projector review: A refreshing cinematic experience for video games