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

Casing: Thermaltake CTE T500 TG ARGB PC Case Review
Computers: Alienware Aurora R16 Review: Thinking Inside the Box
Headphones: Quick Look: MOONDROP CHU 2 Budget In-Ear Monitors
Memory: XPG Lancer RGB DDR5-7200 CL34 2x 16 GB Review - MERA Edition
Motherboards: ASRock Z790 Taichi Carrara Motherboard Review: ASRock Rocks With White Marble
Power: FSP Hydro Ti Pro 1000W PSU -1000W ATX 3.0 PSU review
Storage: Solidigm D5-P5336 61.44TB SSD Review - Size Matters, Solidigm D5-P5336 SSD Review: Monster 61TB Data Center Storage, Solidigm P5336 61.44TB SSD Review, Crucial X10Pro 2TB Portable SSD





Casing:

EnosTech.com: Thermaltake CTE T500 TG ARGB PC Case Review

Introduction The Thermaltake CTE T500 TG ARGB PC Case is a full tower case under Thermaltake’s new CTE form factor which includes support for E-ATX motherboards. It comes in both white and black and while all current models for sale in the UK come with three fans.



Thermaltake CTE T500 TG ARGB PC Case Review - EnosTech.com

Computers:

Tom's Hardware: Alienware Aurora R16 Review: Thinking Inside the Box

The Alienware Aurora R16 is in a smaller, more streamlined box with plenty of ports and a decent price, but proprietary parts keep it from being an entry into true enthusiast PC gaming.



Alienware Aurora R16 Review: Thinking Inside the Box

Headphones:

TechPowerUp: Quick Look: MOONDROP CHU 2 Budget In-Ear Monitors

MOONDROP updates its popular budget-friendly IEMs, the CHU, with the new CHU 2 that ditches the fixed cable in favor of a standard 2-pin offering. It also uses a new dynamic driver to put out stronger bass and improves the treble response with the goal of being a new $20 IEM benchmark.



Quick Look: MOONDROP CHU 2 Budget In-Ear Monitors

Memory:

TechPowerUp: XPG Lancer RGB DDR5-7200 CL34 2x 16 GB Review - MERA Edition

XPG launches a new wave of Lancer RGB memory kits. Using a stylish, modern design, XPG is blurring the lines between performance and enthusiast-grade memory. Follow along as we benchmark, compare and overclock to find out if this 7200 MT/s kit holds any advantages over the competition!



XPG Lancer RGB DDR5-7200 CL34 2x 16 GB Review - MERA Edition

Motherboards:

Anandtech: ASRock Z790 Taichi Carrara Motherboard Review: ASRock Rocks With White Marble

Building on the success of their hybrid architecture Alder Lake (12th Gen) Core series chips, Intel last year released the upgraded Raptor Lake core with a similar core architecture and design with performance (P) cores and efficiency (E) cores. While weve reviewed and put Intels 13th Gen Core series chips through their paces, its been a while since we tested out the platforms that not only unleash that multi-threaded and single-core IPC performance but add all of the features associated with each chipset. In a series of relative socket LGA 17000 motherboard reviews, were looking at perhaps one of the most interesting models for Intels 13th Gen Core series.



ASRock Z790 Taichi Carrara Motherboard Review: ASRock Rocks With White Marble

Power:

The Guru of 3D: FSP Hydro Ti Pro 1000W PSU -1000W ATX 3.0 PSU review

Today we're putting the new FSP Hydro Ti Pro 1000W (ATX 3.0) power supply on our test bench. The company (Fortron Source Power) is mainly known for the PSUs but also makes some chassis and the UPSes. It's the fourth PSU from them that we're checking. The last one was the Hydro G Pro 1000W (ATX 3.0 compliant), reviewed in February (and it earned the "Approved" award), and the earlier ones like FSP HYDRO PTM PRO 1200 (also "Approved") and FSP DAGGER PRO 850. The Hydro Ti Pro debuted in April '23 and consisted of two variants, with an output of 850 and 1000 W (we are checking in that article).

FSP Hydro Ti Pro 1000W PSU -1000W ATX 3.0 PSU review

Storage:

TweakTown: Solidigm D5-P5336 61.44TB SSD Review - Size Matters

Solidigm launches the world's highest capacity PCIe datacenter SSD. At a mind-blowing 61.44TB, it offers twice the capacity of anything in its class.



Solidigm D5-P5336 61.44TB SSD Review - Size Matters

HotHardware: Solidigm D5-P5336 SSD Review: Monster 61TB Data Center Storage

The Solidigm SSD D5-P5336 leverages the company's latest QLC NAND flash to drastically increase capacities and storage density in data centers.



Solidigm D5-P5336 SSD Review: Monster 61TB Data Center Storage

StorageReview: Solidigm P5336 61.44TB SSD Review

The Solidigm P5336 comes in an amazing 61.44TB capacity and a wide variety of form factors including U.2, E1.S and E1.L.



Solidigm P5336 61.44TB SSD Review

CdrInfo.com: Crucial X10Pro 2TB Portable SSD

Mobile storage sales have always been high, due to the demand for users to move around their precious data. While online storage is now a reality and many users prefer it, when you have to move big amount of data you need a fast, reliable, and small portable storage solution. For those users, Crucial has recently introduced a new series of external and portable SSDs, the Crucial X10 pro series that offers an immeasurably more durable way to store valuable files, photos, videos, and more, thanks to the fact that there are no spinning/moving parts inside the drive (versus a hard disk drive).

Crucial X10Pro 2TB Portable SSD | CdrInfo.com