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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Displays: Philips 345E2AE 34" WQHD Ultrawide Monitor Review, UPERFECT 17.3 Inch 1440p HDR Portable Monitor Review
Input: Yeyian Akil Series 3500 Review
Memory: Essencore KLEVV CRAS XR5 RGB 32GB DDR5-6200 CL40 Memory Kit Review
Storage: Crucial P3 Plus 2TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 SSD Review
Power: Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1200W ATX v3.0 PSU Review - True 12VHPWR connector for NVIDIA's big GeForce cards, Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1650W ATX v3.0 PSU Review





Displays:

eTeknix: Philips 345E2AE 34" WQHD Ultrawide Monitor Review

I love a big monitor, which is true of most PC users to some extent. When it comes to your typical desktop setup though, its not like you can stick a 65 OLED on your desk and get to work. Multiple monitors can be a good solution for more screen space. But dealing with bezels.



Philips 345E2AE 34" WQHD Ultrawide Monitor Review | eTeknix

NikKTech: UPERFECT 17.3 Inch 1440p HDR Portable Monitor Review

QHD resolution, 100% sRGB color gamut and HDR compatibility are just some of the things you’re getting with the latest 17.3-inch UMAX portable monitor by UPERFECT.

UPERFECT 17.3 Inch 1440p HDR Portable Monitor Review

Input:

APH Networks: Yeyian Akil Series 3500 Review

Lately, I have been thinking about going on vacation. With trips being planned, the stress of packing is becoming ever so real. Having a suitcase where you can pack in a dense manner has been something I have been seeking as I do plan on bringing back many gifts with me. Of course, I would also need to pack clothes to last the entire trip, so the difficulty arises in balancing my personal needs and what I want to bring back. When it comes to packing methods, I personally am a fan of rolling my clothes, as I find it to be the most compact way to pack. Tightly wrapping my clothes in what seems to be a nice little tube is not only compact, but organized. I simply do not think there is a better way. A lot of times, I find compact to be better. The reasoning behind this is that things can be cleaner and less crowded. I think of this when I consider my desk setup with how large my case should be, size of my mouse and monitors, and especially the size of my keyboard. I have been favoring TKL keyboards for quite a while now, but I have had a lot of experience in smaller form factors. This week, we have the Yeyian Akil Series 3500, which is a 65% compact keyboard with hot-swap and Bluetooth capabilities. Will this keyboard hold up to my standards or will it fall short? Keep reading to find out!

Yeyian Akil Series 3500 Review (Page 1 of 3) | APH Networks

Memory:

FunkyKit: Essencore KLEVV CRAS XR5 RGB 32GB DDR5-6200 CL40 Memory Kit Review

Today we present to you the new KLEVV memory kit from their CRAS XR5 DDR5 series. The tested memory kit is rated at DDR5-6200 and has a total capacity of 32GB (2 x 16GB modules).



Essencore KLEVV CRAS XR5 RGB 32GB DDR5-6200 CL40 Memory Kit Review - FunkyKit

Storage:

Mad Shrimps: Crucial P3 Plus 2TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 SSD Review

As an entry-level to mainstream PCIe 4.0 SSD, the P3 Plus 2TB can offer quite a bit of sustained performance thanks to the pseudo-SLC inside of the Micron 176-layer NAND ICs. While it comes with the same main components as the PCIe 3.0 P3, there are subtle differences at the hardware level onboard.

[M] [M] Crucial P3 Plus 2TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 SSD Review

Power:

IgorsLAB: Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1200W ATX v3.0 PSU Review - True 12VHPWR connector for NVIDIA's big GeForce cards

Since the launch of NVIDIA's top ADA models and the tiresome wrangling over the 12VHPWR connection, many enthusiasts are looking for potent power supplies



Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1200W ATX v3.0 PSU Review - True 12VHPWR connector for NVIDIA's big GeForce cards

Hardware Busters: Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1650W ATX v3.0 PSU Review

You will already find reviews of Thermaltake’s GF3 models on hwbusters, the 750W, 850W, 1000W, and 1200W, which Channel Well Technology makes. The most recent GF3 review is the one for the 1350W unit. For those who didn’t read it, I should repeat that the two highest capacity GF3 models use a High Power platform. Usually, stronger than 1300W units have at least Platinum efficiency because the power losses increase; hence the fan has to work over hours to cope with the thermal loads. However, Thermaltake decided not to stop at the GF3 1350 but also offer a 300W stronger version, which has the title of the strongest ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 ready PSU.



Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1650W ATX v3.0 PSU Review - Hardware Busters