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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: PC Gamerz Hawaii Blue Elixir DDR4 PC vs. a top 12900KF DDR5 PC
Cooling: be quiet! Silent Loop 2 360mm AIO Review, Razer Kunai Chroma 120 mm Case Fan in Review - Hopelessly overpriced, but without juice and power
Graphics Cards: ASRock Radeon RX 6750 XT Phantom Gaming D 12GB OC Graphics Card Review
Input: DeepCool MG350 Review, Royal Kludge RK89 Review: A Tight Squeeze for a Keypad
Memory: TeamGroup T-Force Xtreem ARGB White DDR4-4000 C15 Review: Specially Tuned For Performance





Computers:

BabelTechReviews: PC Gamerz Hawaii Blue Elixir DDR4 PC vs. a top 12900KF DDR5 PC

Can PC Gamerz Hawaii Blue Elixir 12700KF/RTX 3080 FTW DDR4 Pre-built PC compete with a top 12900KF DDR5 PC?



PC Gamerz Hawaii Blue Elixir DDR4 PC vs. a top 12900KF DDR5 PC

Cooling:

Mad Shrimps: be quiet! Silent Loop 2 360mm AIO Review

Guides and Reviews on how to get the maximum from your PC. Overclocking and Modding to the Extreme

[M] [M] be quiet! Silent Loop 2 360mm AIO Review

IgorsLAB: Razer Kunai Chroma 120 mm Case Fan in Review - Hopelessly overpriced, but without juice and power

Today's test was not only requested by many readers, but almost insisted on. So I bought the part for almost 40 euros after all and was just as shocked as most



Razer Kunai Chroma 120 mm Case Fan in Review - Hopelessly overpriced, but without juice and power

Graphics Cards:

FunkyKit: ASRock Radeon RX 6750 XT Phantom Gaming D 12GB OC Graphics Card Review

AMD recently launched their so-called “refresh” of their Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards. For naming purposes, these graphics cards will have new SKUs in the format of Radeon RX 6×50 XT … for example, ...



ASRock Radeon RX 6750 XT Phantom Gaming D 12GB OC Graphics Card Review - FunkyKit

Input:

APH Networks: DeepCool MG350 Review

One of the most interesting spikes in pop music culture I have seen over the past few years is the re-shaping of Machine Gun Kelly's music, which started as rap, but is now much deeper into the pop punk rock genre. Now, say what you will about the man, but as an artist, I have found myself really digging his rock music. He started by making a song in 2019 with YungBlood, which was a surprising banger of a song even if it was his first time really dipping his toes in the rock genre. He then released an entire rock album in 2020, which has some of the best headbangers I have heard in the past little bit. I feel this album was when he really came into his own as a pop punk rock artist, capturing the teenage angst of the genre. His first rock song, I Think I'm Okay, was already quite good, but I could tell that with his 2020 album he was able to improve on many aspects of his rock performance and bring to the next level. Just last year, I had the pleasure of reviewing DeepCool's first-ever gaming mouse, the MC310. Since then, DeepCool has released even more gaming mice, including today's review unit of the MG350. Does the MG350 prove DeepCool is also pushing to improve the quality of their output, especially with something new? Let us read on to find out!

DeepCool MG350 Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Tom's Hardware: Royal Kludge RK89 Review: A Tight Squeeze for a Keypad

Compact, with a numeric pad, but layout quirks abound



Royal Kludge RK89 Review: A Tight Squeeze for a Keypad

Memory:

Tom's Hardware: TeamGroup T-Force Xtreem ARGB White DDR4-4000 C15 Review: Specially Tuned For Performance

Now available in white and faster than ever



TeamGroup T-Force Xtreem ARGB White DDR4-4000 C15 Review: Specially Tuned For Performance