Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: BeQuiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Review - How much "German Engineering" fits into a big tower?, SilverStone FARA 512Z Review, be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901
Computers: Apple MacBook Pro 16 With M2 Max Review: Powerful But Pricey
Cooling: Alphacool Core 1 Review - What does the innovative CPU water block with a completely new approach offer?, Corsair iCUE LINK review
Headphones: OneOdio OpenRock Pro and Shokz OpenRun Open Ear Headsets Capsule Review
Power: be quiet! Straight Power 12 1000Watt, Deepcool PX850G PSU Review
Storage: Seagate FireCuda 540 2TB SSD Review - 10,000 MB/s of awesome, Kingston Workflow Station and Readers Review
IgorsLAB: BeQuiet! Dark Base Pro 901 Review - How much "German Engineering" fits into a big tower?
With the Dark Base Pro 901, BeQuiet! replaces the previous flagship Dark Base Pro 900. In order to not completely change the successful and very flexible DNA of the Dark Base series, mainly changes in detail were made besides the more modern look. Read our review to find out whether the noble case is convincing.
TechPowerUp: SilverStone FARA 512Z Review
The SilverStone FARA 512Z is a compact chassis that allows four slot vertical GPU mounting with the appropriate riser cable. Shipping with three ARGB fans and a fully featured IO in combination with an ARGB controller & PWM hub, there is a lot to discover.
CdrInfo.com: be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901
be quiet! for many years is one of the leading companies in making PC cases among other products. The top-of-the-line premium PC case from be quiet! was the Dark Base Pro 900 that won many awards and respect among users. be quiet! continues to innovate and this year introduces the successor, the Dark Base Pro 901.
HotHardware: Apple MacBook Pro 16 With M2 Max Review: Powerful But Pricey
The latest MacBook Pro 16 is more of an evolution than a revolution, but the option for a 38-core GPU and 96GB of unified memory makes it a seriously
IgorsLAB: Alphacool Core 1 Review - What does the innovative CPU water block with a completely new approach offer?
Today we take a closer look at the brand new Core 1 water block from Alphacool, which was introduced at Computex 2023. This was designed specifically for the ne
The Guru of 3D: Corsair iCUE LINK review
Corsair offers a new innovative cable management solution for their fans and LCS units, and there's just one wire to rule them all.
Anandtech: OneOdio OpenRock Pro and Shokz OpenRun Open Ear Headsets Capsule Review
Bone conduction headsets have slowly gained traction in the market over the last decade. Despite technological improvements over multiple generations, the audio quality of in-ear devices that rely on normal air conduction is usually much better. Some vendors have realized the market opportunity in a device that can match desirable qualities from both types of headsets. The last few years have seen the appearance of open-ear air conduction / directional audio headsets that retain the situational awareness advantage (no ear occlusion) while also delivering better audio quality compared to bone conduction devices. One of the recent entrants to this segment is OneOdios OpenRock Pro. Read on to find out how it stacks up against the AfterShokz Aeropex (now Shokz OpenRun) that relies on bone conduction.
CdrInfo.com: be quiet! Straight Power 12 1000Watt
be quiet! continues to release new power supply products for all user categories and recently announced the new Straight Power 12 lineup, which seats in the middle category, between the Dark (Pro) and the PurePower lineup. This product for sure aims for users who wish more, but doesn't want to pay the "increased" cost of the top-of-the-line, Dark (Pro) series.
Hardware Busters: Deepcool PX850G PSU Review
The Deepcool PX850G ahieves good overall performance and offers ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 compatibility. Its exterior design is unique, but it won’t be appealing to all users.
TweakTown: Seagate FireCuda 540 2TB SSD Review - 10,000 MB/s of awesome
Seagate enters the fray with a PCIe Gen5 SSD, the FireCuda 540, which just so happens to be the second-best performing consumer SSD we've ever tested.