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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Casing: SHARKOON TK5m RGB Review - Compact budget case for ATX motherboards
Cooling: ARCTIC P14 SLIM PST PWM Fans Review
Displays: Nexigo NG17FGQ 17.3-inch Portable Gaming Monitor Review: Small Size, Big Performance
Input: Best FPS Gaming Mouse Buying Guide 2022
Storage: Crucial P3 Plus 1TB Review





Casing:

IgorsLAB: SHARKOON TK5m RGB Review - Compact budget case for ATX motherboards

As a constant in the budget segment, Sharkoon always knows how to surprise with unexpectedly good quality and excellent value for money.



SHARKOON TK5m RGB Review - Compact budget case for ATX motherboards

Cooling:

EnosTech.com: ARCTIC P14 SLIM PST PWM Fans Review

When it comes to SFF builds, every tiny bit of space maters and even some slimmer fans can make all the difference in a new SFF build



ARCTIC P14 SLIM PST PWM Fans Review - EnosTech.com

Displays:

Tom's Hardware: Nexigo NG17FGQ 17.3-inch Portable Gaming Monitor Review: Small Size, Big Performance

The Nexigo NG17FGQ is a 17.3-inch IPS FHD portable gaming monitor with 300 Hz refresh and HDR.



Nexigo NG17FGQ 17.3-inch Portable Gaming Monitor Review: Small Size, Big Performance

Input:

eTeknix: Best FPS Gaming Mouse Buying Guide 2022

Last month, I presented you with my MMO Gaming Mouse Showdown, pitting three of the mouse advanced gaming mice on the planet against each other while I binged my way through Elder Scrolls Online, and they were all pretty fantastic. However, in the last few months, Ive been heavily getting into Apex Legends.



Best FPS Gaming Mouse Buying Guide 2022 | eTeknix

Storage:

APH Networks: Crucial P3 Plus 1TB Review

I have this theory when it comes to buying cars you will enjoy while impressing other people at the same time: Either you buy something that is special and expensive, or you get something that is unbelievably cheap. Why do I say this? For starters, there is nothing that special about owning a brand-new Honda Accord or Toyota Camry, because while they are good cars, they are also easily accessible to the average person. On the other hand, a Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae will no doubt impress people everywhere you go, but its base price of over half a million dollars is far beyond the average reach of a working individual. Therefore, getting something unbelievably cheap has a unique appeal to it. Recently, my friend tossed me the keys to his 5-speed 1998 Acura Integra that he paid $1500 for. Four guys, including myself, crowded into the subcompact coupe. We are all old enough to be out of university and working for a few years now, but I have to admit driving the semi-riced vehicle -- I am far from being the Fast and Furious type -- was unbelievably fun around the neighborhood. It was like we were teenagers again who just got our licenses sneaking out for a night drive with a bunch of friends, and there is a unique enjoyment in operating something this cheap: It does the job, you do not have to use it in a certain way, and it feels fast even though we were still way below the speed limit. If there is an appeal to driving an unbelievably cheap car, does the same apply to computer parts? Maybe the way it is to be enjoyed is different, but regardless of which, Crucial recently sent us their P3 Plus 1TB to try out. This SSD is only $95 at press time, which makes it quite a bargain, considering this is a PCIe 4.0-based NVMe SSD. But will using it be a good experience? We thoroughly tested one to find out.

Crucial P3 Plus 1TB Review (Page 1 of 10) | APH Networks