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

Cooling: Corsair RS120 MAX Fan Review: Finally, a Good Fan from Corsair!, DeepCool LD360 Review
Input: CHERRY KW 7100 Mini BT Multi-Device Compact Keyboard Review
Networking: YuanLey YS25-0402P 2.5GbE and 10G Desktop PoE Switch Review
Storage: Samsung 990 PRO with Heatsink 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review
Other: Divoom Times Gate Pixel Art Informative Display Review





Cooling:

Hardware Busters: Corsair RS120 MAX Fan Review: Finally, a Good Fan from Corsair!

The Corsair RS120 MAX is expensive, it doesnt support daisy-chain, and it has increased thickness, so it might have compatibility issues in some cases.

Corsair RS120 MAX Fan Review: Finally, a Good Fan from Corsair! - Hardware Busters

APH Networks: DeepCool LD360 Review

With the turn of the seasons currently in Calgary, there are lots of changes. Calgary is probably as green as possible towards the end of May and into June. All the snow melts, and the rain that arrives during this time in the season means the greenery has enough to thrive. The temperature also changes dramatically during this time, often all within the same week. We will have summer-like mid-20 degrees Celsius temperatures, while at other points, temperatures can drop close to 0c and even get some snow. It makes for an exciting season of constant weather change and also with adjusting the heating or cooling in your house. We do not have air conditioning, and so when it is warm outside, it generally ends up being warm inside. We have some fans around to move the air around, which helps to a certain extent. What helps the most is the cool evening air. The cold air in the evening helps bring the temperatures down inside, meaning the nights are still comfortable, unlike what we have to look forward to in the summer. But in general, this is sort of what our PC coolers are attempting to do. The air inside the case has been warmed up and needs to be exhausted, while outside fresh air is pulled in to bring the internal temperatures down. Even with AIO water coolers, this is the case, like with the DeepCool LD360 we have for review today. Although water drags the heat away from the CPU block, it is still ultimately air that dissipates the heat in the radiator. The DeepCool LD360 we have for review today is a large AIO water cooler and should do this efficiently. Read on to find out how well it works!

DeepCool LD360 Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Input:

MadShrimps: CHERRY KW 7100 Mini BT Multi-Device Compact Keyboard Review

KW 7100 MINI BT is an universal peripheral, meant to be used with multiple devices at once such as the smartphone, tablet, laptop, TV, miniPC and so on. The connection procedure is easy, while the keys are silent and easy to actuate; we did really enjoy the possibility of keeping the keyboard.

[M] [M] CHERRY KW 7100 Mini BT Multi-Device Compact Keyboard Review

Networking:

ServeTheHome: YuanLey YS25-0402P 2.5GbE and 10G Desktop PoE Switch Review

The YuanLey YS25-0402P is a 4-port 2.5GbE PoE switch with two SFP+ 10G ports and, in a twist, an internal power supply as well

YuanLey YS25-0402P 2.5GbE and 10G Desktop PoE Switch Review

Storage:

The FPS Review: Samsung 990 PRO with Heatsink 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review

Our Samsung 990 PRO SSD Review tests this fast 1TB Gen4 SSD with Heatsink in synthetics, throughput, file copy, game loading, and workstation performance.

Samsung 990 PRO with Heatsink 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review

Other:

NikKTech: Divoom Times Gate Pixel Art Informative Display Review

The Times Gate Pixel Art Informative Display released by Divoom last year may be a rather unique gadget that was missing from the global market for way too long but just how good is it really?

Divoom Times Gate Pixel Art Informative Display Review