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

Casing: Thermaltake The Tower 300 PC Case Review
Cooling: TEAM T-FORCE Siren DUO360 ARGB Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Graphics Cards: ASUS Radeon RX 7900 GRE TUF OC Review, XFX Radeon RX 7900 GRE Review
Input: NuPhy Gem80 Review -- The Rolls Royce of Mechanical Keyboards
Power: 1st Player NGDP 850W PSU Review, Cooler Master GX III Gold 850W Report
Storage: Icy Dock ExpressCage MB038SP-B Review, Inland TN470 SSD review: Efficient, fast, and inexpensive, TerraMaster F4-424 Pro NAS (8-core, 4x SATA, 2x NVME)





Casing:

eTeknix: Thermaltake The Tower 300 PC Case Review

Thermaltake already has a lot of amazing PC cases, and they're certainly some of my favourites, which goes to explain why I have one under my desk as my own case right now. However, one of their most exceptional product lines has to be the Tower Series, which are very unique, but also proving very popular with system builders around the world right now. The Tower 300 is the latest iteration, and while it still offers that classic vertical case design, it comes with a new octagonal prism shape, three tempered glass windows, incredible hardware support, and a lot more

Thermaltake The Tower 300 PC Case Review

Cooling:

TweakTown: TEAM T-FORCE Siren DUO360 ARGB Liquid CPU Cooler Review

TEAM dropped the T-FORCE Siren DUO360 ARGB liquid CPU cooler with m.2 SSD cooling, and we found it to be more than we ever expected.

TEAM T-FORCE Siren DUO360 ARGB Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Graphics Cards:

TechPowerUp: ASUS Radeon RX 7900 GRE TUF OC Review

The ASUS Radeon RX 7900 GRE TUF OC comes with a dual BIOS feature and a premium all-metal cooling solution that runs whisper-quiet. The TUF also offers adjustable RGB lighting, and cooling performance that's among the best of all the GRE cards that we've tested.

ASUS Radeon RX 7900 GRE TUF OC Review

Neoseeker: XFX Radeon RX 7900 GRE Review

An affordable RX 7900 variant designed for 1440p gaming!

XFX Radeon RX 7900 GRE Review

Input:

Wccftech: NuPhy Gem80 Review -- The Rolls Royce of Mechanical Keyboards

The NuPhy Gem80 might as well be the perfect custom keyboard that you can get your hands on, as it delivers a stellar experience across the board

NuPhy Gem80 Review -- The Rolls Royce of Mechanical Keyboards

Power:

Hardware Busters: 1st Player NGDP 850W PSU Review

The 1st Player NGDP 850W is an ATX v3.1 compliant power supply, made by Helly Technologies. A not so known OEM, which however offers good.

1st Player NGDP 850W PSU Review - Hardware Busters

APH Networks: Cooler Master GX III Gold 850W Report

My wife and I recently moved into a new house. To clarify, the house is old, but it is new to us. Living somewhere new always comes with the quirks of moving in. At first, everything is novel. It takes time to get used to the layout and figure out how we will set up the place to suit our needs. Next, you might start discovering hidden and deeper quirks of the house. One thing we found to be different was the lights. On any given day, two of the five dining room light bulbs will fail to turn on. However, it is always two different light bulbs. At least we know the bulbs themselves are fine, but something with the electrical wiring must be off, whether it is the way the power is supplied or physical wires themselves. Our kitchen lights have also started to act slightly erratically, as one of the four light bulbs will occasionally flicker. There is seemingly no rhyme nor reason for when it flickers, since it does so at different times of the day or sometimes never at all. These small inconveniences have made me thankful for the often-overlooked PC component, the power supply. How annoying would it be if only some of the computer components turned on? Or if the power delivery flickered somehow? Admittedly, it would be a massive problem. These power supplies provide the necessary stability and power provision to ensure your computer components run as smoothly as possible. Today, we have the Cooler Master GX III Gold 850W, which promises a whole slew of features to be an excellent choice for your power supply needs. We will see if it delivers the same consistent performance I hope for.

Cooler Master GX III Gold 850W Report (Page 1 of 4) | APH Networks

Storage:

OCInside.de: Icy Dock ExpressCage MB038SP-B Review

Icy Dock has recently launched another interesting product from its ExpressCage series, which is suitable for SoHo, server and industrial applications. Today on OCinside.de we present a test of the ExpressCage MB038SP-B full metal removable rack with eight 2.5-inch bays for SAS or SATA SSDs.

Icy Dock ExpressCage MB038SP-B Review

Tom's Hardware: Inland TN470 SSD review: Efficient, fast, and inexpensive

Your laptop will thank you.

Inland TN470 SSD review: Efficient, fast, and inexpensive

The Guru of 3D: TerraMaster F4-424 Pro NAS (8-core, 4x SATA, 2x NVME)

Today, we will review, analyze and test the TerraMaster F4-424 Pro four-bay NAS. At the heart of this NAS, you will find an Intel Core i3 N300 8-core processor, 32GB RAM, and two 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet connections. Next to four HDD/SSD slots, there's also space for two NVMe M2 SSDs.

Review: TerraMaster F4-424 Pro NAS (8-core, 4x SATA, 2x NVME)