Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: NZXT H7 Flow RGB Case Review
Cooling: Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 + 240 mm LCS coolers review
Graphics Cards: Sapphire RX 7900 XT Pulse Review: Quiet Performance
Input: Logitech’s beloved Mac keyboard gets even better with new MX Keys S upgrade, MSI Clutch GM51 Lightweight Wireless Review, Scuf Gaming Reflex Customization, Skypad Mousepad 3.0 Review: The Future is Glass
Motherboards: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme Review
Power: be quiet! Pure Power 12 M 750w ATX 3.0 80 PLUS Gold PSU Review
Video: Creative Live! Cam Sync V3 Review
eTeknix: NZXT H7 Flow RGB Case Review
When it comes to premium PC hardware, NZXT has been on top of its game for the last decade. Having created many of the coolest looking, best performing, and by proxy, most popular PC gaming cases ever, its never a dull day when we get a new one passing through the office.
The Guru of 3D: Enermax Aquafusion ADV 360 + 240 mm LCS coolers review
Today, we are reviewing new AIO coolers from Enermax, Aquafusion ADV 360, and ADV 240. The predecessor (Aquafusion 360) was examined two years ago and got the “Great Value” award. How will the new one perform?
Tom's Hardware: Sapphire RX 7900 XT Pulse Review: Quiet Performance
A $120 price drop makes this card more enticing.
9to5Mac: Logitech’s beloved Mac keyboard gets even better with new MX Keys S upgrade
Logitech MX Keys S arrives with some slight improvements over the original, including more quiet switches and a recycled plastic casing.
TechPowerUp: MSI Clutch GM51 Lightweight Wireless Review
The right-handed ergonomic GM51 Wireless not only comes with 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth connectivity promising up to 150 hours of battery life, but also with a dedicated charging dock. PixArt's latest PAW3395 sensor, Omron switches for the main buttons, and extensive RGB lighting are on board.
LanOC Reviews: Scuf Gaming Reflex Customization
While I have always been a mouse and keyboard fan, some games work best when using a controller. Especially with so many games being ported over from consoles to PC. Over the years I have tried different options designed for the PC specifically but the console controllers have always been more complete and have better build quality. I have been curious about what some of the higher-end controllers are like. Today I’m going to check out the Reflex from Scuff Gaming. The Reflex is their PS5 controller which means it will work with the PS5 and it is Bluetooth so it can work on Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android as well. Scuf Gaming offers the Reflex in three variations by default but also has full customization as well which is where our controller came from. So today I’m going to talk about the customization experience and then dive in and check out the controller we picked out.
Tom's Hardware: Skypad Mousepad 3.0 Review: The Future is Glass
A glass mouse pad is not the stupidest thing you could spend $100 on.
eTeknix: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme Review
Theres no shortage of high-end and extremely expensive motherboards these days, but hey, theres always room for one more, right? The ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme really commands your attention with ASUS being a premium brand, their ROG series being their flagship gaming division, Maximus being one of their most high-end hardware series.
TweakTown: be quiet! Pure Power 12 M 750w ATX 3.0 80 PLUS Gold PSU Review
be quiet!'s impressive Pure Power 12 M 750w ATX 3.0 power supply gets fully examined as we see what this $120 gem can produce in our tests.
APH Networks: Creative Live! Cam Sync V3 Review
Lately, I keep humming a melody that I could not remember the lyrics to. I was pretty sure it was an old song, since I do not believe I have heard it anywhere in recent memory. After a few days, it really bothered me what the song actually was. I found out the Google app has a song recognition feature that works by you humming into it, so I decided to give it a try. I started humming the melody into my phone, and shockingly, it gave me the correct song on the first try. The song in question was "Truly Madly Deeply" by Savage Garden, which came out in 1997. Needless to say, I was very impressed, and listening to that song really brought back memories of the 90s. I have many fond memories of the 90s, and another thing that reminds me of that era was the webcam. Our family got one made by Logitech back then expecting to use it to use it a lot on MSN Messenger, but no one actually really used it, and I ended up disposing of it a few years ago. Funny enough, webcams made a roaring comeback in 2020 thanks to COVID-19 and working from home. As I go about testing Creative's latest webcam, the Live! Cam Sync V3, and listening to "Truly Madly Deeply" at the same time, how much progress have we made since the 640x480 model designed to sit on top of my CRT monitor in the era Savage Garden was dominating the airwaves? Read on to find out!