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

Cooling: Scythe Fuma 3 CPU Air Cooler Review - Newer is not always better, Super Flower Megacool 140mm Fan Review - The Hurricane!
Displays: AOC CQ27G2S 165Hz Gaming Monitor Review
Gaming: 'Enshrouded' early access review: Thoughts on this PC survival game's promising present, and shrouded future, Solium Infernum (PC) review: A devilishly good strategy experience
Graphics Cards: Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 7900 GRE Review - AMD Strikes Back
Input: Corsair K65 Plus Wireless Keyboard Review: High-end value, NZXT Lift 2 Ergo Review, Pulsar X2V2 Review
Power: Seasonic Prime TX-1600 ATX 3.0 Review





Cooling:

IgorsLAB: Scythe Fuma 3 CPU Air Cooler Review - Newer is not always better

A good year and a half after the last revision of the popular Fuma 2, a lot has happened on the market and there is no longer a Scythe product in the top 10 mos

Scythe Fuma 3 CPU Air Cooler Review - Newer is not always better

Hardware Busters: Super Flower Megacool 140mm Fan Review - The Hurricane!

After the power full Megacool 120mm PWM fan, Super Flowe attacks the 140mm category with its big sibling, which keeps all features including the remote

Super Flower Megacool 140mm Fan Review - The Hurricane! - Hardware Busters

Displays:

eTeknix: AOC CQ27G2S 165Hz Gaming Monitor Review

Getting a great gaming monitor is relatively easy, so long as you're not concerned about things like budget! Throw enough money at the problem, and you're sure to find something pretty awesome. The cost of a monitor goes up as you increase certain aspects, such as the panel size, resolution, and refresh rate. However, with all that in mind, AOC has managed to deliver a 27' panel, which is a good size for gaming, with a 2560x1440 resolution, which is perfect for this screen size and a nice upgrade from FullHD, and a fast refresh rate of 165Hz.

AOC CQ27G2S 165Hz Gaming Monitor Review

Gaming:

Windows Central: 'Enshrouded' early access review: Thoughts on this PC survival game's promising present, and shrouded future

Our first look at the expansive world of Enshrouded

'Enshrouded' early access review: Thoughts on this PC survival game's promising present, and shrouded future

Windows Central: Solium Infernum (PC) review: A devilishly good strategy experience

League of Geeks brings fast-paced strategy to Hell in Solium Infernum.

Solium Infernum (PC) review: A devilishly good strategy experience

Graphics Cards:

TweakTown: Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 7900 GRE Review - AMD Strikes Back

AMD's Radeon RX 7900 GRE's origins are a little strange, but its competitive price point and performance make it one of the best RDNA 3 options available.

Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 7900 GRE Review - AMD Strikes Back

Input:

Tom's Hardware: Corsair K65 Plus Wireless Keyboard Review: High-end value

A comfortable 75% layout, foam and silicone for excellent sound dampening, and lubed, swappable switches for $159?

Corsair K65 Plus Wireless Keyboard Review: High-end value

OCInside.de: NZXT Lift 2 Ergo Review

Introduced today and already on the test bench at OCinside.de! With 26,000 DPI, a lightweight 61 grams and equipped with a PMW3395 sensor, the white Lift 2 Ergo from NZXT also promises a lot of gaming fun. The following pages will show whether the product is convincing in terms of ergonomics. The NZXT MXL900 mouse pad is also used in addition to the mouse on the table surface.

NZXT Lift 2 Ergo Review

TechPowerUp: Pulsar X2V2 Review

The ambidextrous Pulsar X2V2 is a thorough overhaul of the X2. At 51 g, the X2V2 is a decent bit lighter, comes with an improved custom scroll wheel encoder, and now utilizes optical switches for the main buttons. PixArt's PAW3395 sensor is still used, and Pulsar cites up to 100 hours of battery life. Lastly, the X2V2 supports true 4000 Hz wireless polling with a separately available dongle.

Pulsar X2V2 Review

Power:

TechPowerUp: Seasonic Prime TX-1600 ATX 3.0 Review

Behold the Seasonic Prime TX-1600: a juggernaut amongst its peers. With excellent performance and a stellar 12-year warranty, it's a true investment in reliability. Running silently at up to 800W with its passive design, it ensures peace in your setup, but it's not the most budget-friendly option.

Seasonic Prime TX-1600 ATX 3.0 Review