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

Casing: Thermaltake Ceres 300 TG ARGB Snow Review
Computers: ASUS ExpertCenter PN42 Review A Different Type of Fanless Mini PC, GEEKOM Mini IT13 review: the first Mini PC with 13th gen Intel Core i9 inside, Supermicro AS-2015HS-TNR Review A Server with AMD EPYC Bergamo
Gaming: More than just a DLC - Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty puts the crown on the base game (Review and Benchmarks)
Graphics Cards: ASRock Radeon RX 7800 XT Phantom Gaming 16 GB Graphics Card Review - The Best $500 GPU!, AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT Review - Featuring XFX Speedster Qick 319 Graphics Card
Networking: TP-Link TL-SE1005M Cheapest of the Cheap 5-port 2.5GbE Switch Review
Power: 1STPLAYER STEAMPUNK 850W Power Supply Review
Printers: Creality Ender 3 V3 SE Review: Over 200 mm/s for Less Than $200
Storage: Crucial MX500 4TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-inch 7mm SSD Review





Casing:

APH Networks: Thermaltake Ceres 300 TG ARGB Snow Review

Calgary has an amazing summer season. The weather is warm but not too hot. The mountains are beautiful and there is so much to explore. The evenings in general cool off quite nicely. And if you are a car nut, then you have even more to enjoy. Summer in Calgary brings out the many different sports cars that people own but cannot drive in the winter. Especially in certain quadrants of the city, particularly the southwest area, it is not uncommon to see more than a few fancy cars driving around. I am sure for some, this is a cool experience, but I personally cannot relate. I do not understand sports cars, partly because I am not a big car fan. In fact, I find sports cars to be a frustrating sight. They are ridiculously expensive and unwieldy, especially in Calgary. You can only drive them in the summer, which is still short despite how nice it is, and you cannot even drive them as fast as they are designed to be driven. To me, at least, they are a walking, or I guess driving, paradox -- a confusing amalgamation of price and impracticality. Computers can be like this as well. There are so many accessories and customization options. However, they do not cost hundreds of thousands of dollars like cars. It makes more sense for this hobby, at least to me. I do enjoy the aesthetic side of building a system, but it has become a far second to the practicality of what my PC does for my needs. When I received the Thermaltake Ceres 300 TG ARGB, I was quite impressed at initial glance. First impressions demonstrate it is a well-designed and good-looking chassis; something that I think strikes a good balance. But let us find out if it really is as practical as it seems.

Thermaltake Ceres 300 TG ARGB Snow Review (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Computers:

ServeTheHome: ASUS ExpertCenter PN42 Review A Different Type of Fanless Mini PC

In our ASUS ExpertCenter PN42 review, we see how ASUS crafted a fanless Intel N200 mini PC to be something different than others we reviewed



ASUS ExpertCenter PN42 Review A Different Type of Fanless Mini PC

Neowin: GEEKOM Mini IT13 review: the first Mini PC with 13th gen Intel Core i9 inside

The Mini IT13 is an incremental upgrade to an already great Mini PC, but GEEKOM has also been able to lay claim to being the first to include the 13th gen Intel i9 CPU inside a Mini PC.



GEEKOM Mini IT13 review: the first Mini PC with 13th gen Intel Core i9 inside

ServeTheHome: Supermicro AS-2015HS-TNR Review A Server with AMD EPYC Bergamo

In our Supermicro AS-2015HS-TNR review, we see how this high-end single socket 24 DDR5 DIMM server handles 128 core AMD EPYC Bergamo



Supermicro AS-2015HS-TNR Review A Server with AMD EPYC Bergamo

Gaming:

IgorsLAB: More than just a DLC - Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty puts the crown on the base game (Review and Benchmarks)

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty marks the latest milestone in the evolution of Night City, offering players a fresh perspective on the dystopian world you already know



More than just a DLC - Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty puts the crown on the base game (Review and Benchmarks)

Graphics Cards:

Wccftech: ASRock Radeon RX 7800 XT Phantom Gaming 16 GB Graphics Card Review - The Best $500 GPU!

The AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT GPU from ASRock in its Phantom Gaming design offers great looks, cooling and amazing performance.



ASRock Radeon RX 7800 XT Phantom Gaming 16 GB Graphics Card Review - The Best $500 GPU!

ThePCEnthusiast: AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT Review - Featuring XFX Speedster Qick 319 Graphics Card

The Radeon RX 7800 XT is a 500-dollar GPU for 1440p gaming. Is this better than the RTX 4070? See its performance in our RX 7800 XT review.



AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT Review - Featuring XFX Speedster Qick 319 Graphics Card - ThePCEnthusiast

Networking:

ServeTheHome: TP-Link TL-SE1005M Cheapest of the Cheap 5-port 2.5GbE Switch Review

In our TP-Link TL-SE1005M review, we see what the cheapest of the cheap 5-port 2.5GbE switch offers at around $50



TP-Link TL-SE1005M Cheapest of the Cheap 5-port 2.5GbE Switch Review

Power:

The FPS Review: 1STPLAYER STEAMPUNK 850W Power Supply Review

We put the 1STPLAYER STEAMPUNK 850W Power Supply to the test, is this power supply all punk, or just a big box of steam? Find out in our review.



1STPLAYER STEAMPUNK 850W Power Supply Review

Printers:

Tom's Hardware: Creality Ender 3 V3 SE Review: Over 200 mm/s for Less Than $200

An Ender 3 with budget-friendly speed.



Creality Ender 3 V3 SE Review: Over 200 mm/s for Less Than $200

Storage:

MadShrimps: Crucial MX500 4TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-inch 7mm SSD Review

After checking the performance of the Crucial MX500 4TB, we can clearly note that it works best as a secondary storage device, where speed is less of a priority, but the user will mainly be more interested in price per GB.

[M] [M] Crucial MX500 4TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-inch 7mm SSD Review