Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: Lian Li 011 Vision PC Case Review
Computers: Razer Blade 18 Gaming Laptop Review
Coolers: be quiet! Dark Rock Elite CPU Cooler Review, Alpenföhn Panorama 2 Low Profile Warrior
Displays: KTC OLED G27P6 Review - More Affordable OLED Gaming
Gaming: Howl Game Review
Graphics Cards: Yeston Radeon RX 7800 XT review
Input: Corsair Scimitar Elite Wireless Review
Memory: Lexar THOR OC DDR5-6000 2x16GB Review
Microphones: Hollyland Lark C1 Wireless Lavalier Microphones (for iPhone) Review
Power: The GAMDIAS Kratos M1-750W PSU Review: For Style Over Substance, Thermaltake Toughpower PF3 1200W PSU Review
eTeknix: Lian Li 011 Vision PC Case Review
Without a doubt, Lian Li has always been a smash hit with enthusiast PC builders, especially in recent years, with their gamer-friendly 011-Dynamic, offering a unique dual-chamber design, an doubling as an impressive display case for showing off your latest and greatest high-end PC hardware.
TweakTown: Razer Blade 18 Gaming Laptop Review
The new Razer Blade 18 gaming laptop is good, but very expensive for the performance, considering in our build they only packed in a GeForce RTX 4060 GPU.
PC Inquisitor: be quiet! Dark Rock Elite CPU Cooler Review
The Dark Rock Elite scales up the Pro 5's features, but does it add performance or value?
Glob3trotters: Alpenföhn Panorama 2 Low Profile Warrior
In the SFF build community, Alpenföhn is famous for their Black Ridge, a bespoke low profile cooler made primarily for the DAN A4-SFX case. They are back at it, with this second iteration of the Panorama series, of a top down minimal footprint CPU cooler called Panorama 2. At just 47mm tall, you guessed it, this is the exact height limit for the Dan A4 case. Of course, this is intended for any compact build and it will be an exciting battle against the golden standard in this sector, the Noctua L9 series.
TechPowerUp: KTC OLED G27P6 Review - More Affordable OLED Gaming
The KTC OLED G27P6 is among the least expensive 27-inch 240 Hz OLED gaming monitors on the market. It offers superb gaming performance and several useful extras, such as an integrated KVM switch and a USB-C DP Alt Mode port with 65 W Power Delivery.
The Guru of 3D: Yeston Radeon RX 7800 XT review
We received a Yeston RTX 4070 Ti for review some time ago, and we checked the performance and the influence of the undervolting process on the scores. For GeForce that didn't matter so much, so it’s time to review the RX 7800XT Sakura edition as well; this review will be done similarly.
TechPowerUp: Corsair Scimitar Elite Wireless Review
With the Scimitar Elite Wireless, Corsair finally cuts the cord on their classic MMO mouse. The Scimitar Elite Wireless has no less than 16 programmable buttons, and the 12-button side panel can be moved horizontally for optimum hand comfort. Both 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth are supported, for up to 150 hours of battery life, and optical main button switches guarantee no double-clicking.
APH Networks: Lexar THOR OC DDR5-6000 2x16GB Review
The Lexar THOR OC DDR5-6000 2x16GB is a competitively-priced, well-designed set of DDR5 memory.
Funky Kit: Hollyland Lark C1 Wireless Lavalier Microphones (for iPhone) Review
We'll be taking a quick look at the Hollyland Lark C1. It's an ultra-compact premium wireless lavalier microphone, ideal for audio recording on your iPhones.
Anandtech: The GAMDIAS Kratos M1-750W PSU Review: For Style Over Substance
GAMDIAS, a substantial player in the realm of PC power and cooling components, has consistently garnered attention for its innovative approach to crafting gaming hardware solutions. The company emerged on the scene in 2012. Despite its relatively short history, this Taiwanese manufacturer has rapidly gained international recognition, positioning itself as one of the freshest yet promising names in the world of gaming peripherals and PC components.
Hardware Busters: Thermaltake Toughpower PF3 1200W PSU Review
The Thermaltake Toughpower PF3 1200W is a high-performance power supply, addressing users with increased power needs. Despite its high capacity and the Cybenetics Platinum efficiency rating, it is sold at a good price ($220 at the time of the review). Read the full review to find out everything about this product and its performance.