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

Input: NZXT Function 2 Optical MINITKL Gaming Keyboard Review
Gaming: The Thaumaturge review: a monster taming RPG with a mature, dark, and moody twist, WWE 2K24 Review – Finally Main Roster Ready
Memory: Patriot Elite 5 RGB DDR5-6000 48 GB CL42 Review
Motherboards: GIGABYTE AORUS Z790 Master X Motherboard Review
Power: Phanteks Revolt 1200 ATX 3.0 PSU review
Storage: Crucial P5 Plus (Heatsink) Gen4 NVMe Solid State Drive Review, KLEVV CRAS C930 2 TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Review – Subpar Performance, Not Great Value, Silicon Power PX10 Portable SSD Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back





Input:

eTeknix: NZXT Function 2 Optical MINITKL Gaming Keyboard Review

NZXT has been making waves in the peripherals market, with some truly epic sound from their latest speakers and headphones, some of the best microphones for gamers, and recently, they launched some heavily upgraded versions of their already fantastic gaming mice and keyboards, which originally launched two years ago. With their new optical-mechanical switches, and an 8000 Hz polling rate, this new keyboard has a wickedly fast 0.2 ms response time. However, the new switches aren't just faster, they're nicer to use thanks to their adjustable actuation point, significantly more durable than their counterparts from brands like Cherry and even

NZXT Function 2 Optical MINITKL Gaming Keyboard Review

Gaming:

Windows Central: The Thaumaturge review: a monster taming RPG with a mature, dark, and moody twist

You can catch 'em all, but only if you're strong enough to bear the burden of their flaws.

The Thaumaturge review: a monster taming RPG with a mature, dark, and moody twist

Wccftech: WWE 2K24 Review – Finally Main Roster Ready

Does WWE 2K24 continue to build on the momentum the franchise has accumulated over the past couple of years? Or does it let up on the gas?

WWE 2K24 Review – Finally Main Roster Ready

Memory:

TechPowerUp: Patriot Elite 5 RGB DDR5-6000 48 GB CL42 Review

Patriot extends the Viper lineup with a new series under the Elite brand. Targeting builders on a budget, this 48 GB DDR5-6000 kit aims to please while keeping prices down. Follow along as we test this memory and see how it stacks up to the competition!

Patriot Elite 5 RGB DDR5-6000 48 GB CL42 Review

Motherboards:

TweakTown: GIGABYTE AORUS Z790 Master X Motherboard Review

GIGABYTE's AORUS Z790 Master X motherboard is a feature-packed mid-range offering which managed to really impress us during our benchmarking.

GIGABYTE AORUS Z790 Master X Motherboard Review

Power:

The Guru of 3D: Phanteks Revolt 1200 ATX 3.0 PSU review

We review the ATX 3.0 compatible Phanteks Revolt, a 1200W power supply. What stands out in the crowd is mainly the… lack of the provided cables in the bundle. Users can select modular cables in various colours through collaboration with CableMod, a well-known cable brand.

Phanteks Revolt 1200 ATX 3.0 PSU review

Storage:

ThinkComputers: Crucial P5 Plus (Heatsink) Gen4 NVMe Solid State Drive Review

Well, Crucial is now offering a heatsink version of the P5 Plus for all of those who may want to use it in those situations. This drive is a 100% in-house drive from Crucial so the controller as well as the NAND are made by Crucial / Micron. So we have Micron’s 176-layer TLC NAND matched with their proprietary NVMe controller. Crucial rates this drive with sequential speeds of 6600 MB/s read and 5000 MB/s write. Let's see what it can do!

Crucial P5 Plus (Heatsink) Gen4 NVMe Solid State Drive Review

Wccftech: KLEVV CRAS C930 2 TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Review – Subpar Performance, Not Great Value

The KLEVV CRAS series got off to a good start with C910 series but the C930 misses the performance and value mark, making it subpar at best.

KLEVV CRAS C930 2 TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Review – Subpar Performance, Not Great Value

Anandtech: Silicon Power PX10 Portable SSD Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Silicon Power announced the MS70 and PX10 Portable SSDs in late 2023. The company is well known for offering entry- and mid-range products at compelling price points, but the two products came with plenty of promises in the 1GBps-class category. The MS70 promised high storage density (up to 2TB in a compact thumb drive), while the PX10 targeted power users and professionals with performance consistency as the focus. Read on for a detailed look at the Silicon Power PX10 including an analysis of its internals, value proposition, and evaluation of its performance consistency, power consumption, and thermal profile.

Silicon Power PX10 Portable SSD Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back