Here is a roundup of today's reviews and articles:
Casing: SSUPD Meshroom-S SFF PC Case Review
Cooling: Arctic Summair and Summair Plus Review, Noctua NA-FH1 Review, be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX 360 AIO Cooler Review
Graphics Cards: INNO3D GeForce RTX 4060 TWIN X2 Review, MSI GeForce RTX 4060 Gaming X Review - One of the Best RTX 4060 Cards
Headphones: Quick Look: TOPPING EHA5 Electrostatic Headphone Amplifier
Input: SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless & Aerox 9 Wireless Review, Genesis THOR 401 RGB - Keyboard Review
Microphones: Hollyland Lark M1 Wireless Microphone System Review
Motherboards: Gigabyte B760 Aorus Elite AX Review
Networking: Sodola 8-port 2.5GbE and 1-port 10GbE Switch Review
Power: Montech Titan Gold 1200W - 1200W ATX 3.0 PSU review
FunkyKit: SSUPD Meshroom-S SFF PC Case Review
SSUPD is already a popular brand among computer enthusiasts due to its Meshilicious series, which introduced a full-mesh design in an SFF PC case. The Meshroom-
OCInside.de: Arctic Summair and Summair Plus Review
Fresh air for the user! Today we are testing the Arctic Summair USB fan and the Summair Plus USB fan with integrated battery just in time for summer. The two table fans in an attractive design from Arctic are exceptionally not intended for PC cooling, but cool the PC user with infinitely variable fan speed. In the review, we also show a 360-degree view, a video including a fan audio sample and another video on our OCinside YouTube channel.
APH Networks: Noctua NA-FH1 Review
Last week my colleague Jonah remarked about his experience in the Creative Stage Air V2 review introduction watching the latest Spiderman movie and how he had a friend who did not watch the first movie. I went to see Spiderman: Across the Spider-Verse with my group of friends the week it came out, but I was like Jonah's friend in that I had yet to see the first movie. Personally, I do like having some context prior to going into a movie, so I watched Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse the night before. It was also a movie my girlfriend raved about, so I thought it was a smart idea to do so. While I agree with Jonah that the second movie stands on its own as an "inclusive sequel" and does not require viewers to watch the first movie, it was quite helpful to see the first one before. For one, it supplied a backdrop to the second movie by establishing Miles Morales and his story while introducing characters that would show up in the second film. Also, the initial movie set a precedent in its time in what was an otherwise an increasingly stagnant animation world. This was further enhanced in the second one, where the artistic styles and story or character-building elements intertwined even more. Personally, I liked both the first and second, each for distinct reasons, and both are worth watching. As for today, we have the Noctua NA-FH1, which is Noctua's first fan hub. Obviously, Noctua brings much experience in the cooling department, but how does this first entry fare? Will it be a groundbreaker in this area or require enhancements for a second revision? Let us read on to find out!
EnosTech.com: be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX 360 AIO Cooler Review
The Pure Loop 2 FX 360mm AIO from be quiet! Looks amazing and offers good performance while reminaing aesthetically pleasing.
TweakTown: INNO3D GeForce RTX 4060 TWIN X2 Review
INNO3D's GeForce RTX 4060 TWIN X2 is well-built with an MSRP model that delivers great 1080p performance with the bonus of DLSS3 support.
ThePCEnthusiast: MSI GeForce RTX 4060 Gaming X Review - One of the Best RTX 4060 Cards
The MSI GeForce RTX 4060 Gaming X is perhaps one of the best RTX 4060 cards available. Check out our review and learn more about its performance.
TechPowerUp: Quick Look: TOPPING EHA5 Electrostatic Headphone Amplifier
TOPPING aims to lower the entry barrier to electrostatic headphones with its affordable EHA5 e-stat amplifier. It uses a solid-state design to deliver clean sound and has plenty of power for even demanding sets while offering both balanced and single-ended inputs and outputs, as well as a pass-through mode, further enhancing its versatility and value.
Vortez: SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless & Aerox 9 Wireless Review
The new Aerox 5 Wireless and Aerox 9 Wireless are here, packed full of features but lacking in weight, at only 74g and 89g respectively. 2.4GHz, Bluetooth, 18,000 CPI sensor, PrismSync RGB, they've g...
Tech-Legend: Genesis THOR 401 RGB - Keyboard Review
The Genesis THOR 401 RGB is a good looking gaming keyboard that has a unique design and interesting features, such as a dial for sound and RGB control.
ThinkComputers: Hollyland Lark M1 Wireless Microphone System Review
The Hollyland Lark M1 is made to work with pretty much any camera or device that has a microphone port, which makes it extremely versatile as you can use it with a multitude of different devices. With two included wireless microphones, a range of 650 ft, small and compact design, and a convenient charging case this could be just the thing to add to your video creation kit.
Tom's Hardware: Gigabyte B760 Aorus Elite AX Review
Capable, Affordable, and a lot of rear USB ports
ServeTheHome: Sodola 8-port 2.5GbE and 1-port 10GbE Switch Review
In our Sodola SL-SWTG018AS review, we check out this 8x 2.5GbE and 1x SFP+ 10GbE switch to see just how low the power consumption can be
The Guru of 3D: Montech Titan Gold 1200W - 1200W ATX 3.0 PSU review
Today we’re putting the new Montech Titan Gold 1200W power supply on our test bench. The company, established in 2016, is mainly known for its chassis but also has coolers and peripherals. The Montech Titan Gold is not the only 80 Plus Gold certified series from this company, as there are also: Century, Century Mini, and Gamma II. Additionally, there are 80 Plus Bronze – Alpha X/Beta, and 80 Plus White – AP series. But coming back to the Titan Gold, it’s available in the following variants: 1200 W (which we’re checking), 1000 W, 850 W, 750 W.