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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: This $98 Chromebook Is Great For Cloud Gaming! AMD CPU, Android Apps
Cooling: DeepCool LS720 360mm AIO CPU Cooler Review, Thermaltake TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 360 AIO Review
Displays: Cooler Master GM34-CWQ ARGB Monitor Review
Gaming: Cyberpunk 2077: FSR 1.0 vs. FSR 2.0 vs. DLSS Comparison Review, Outriders Worldslayer Review, Outriders: Worldslayer Review - More of the Same, Albeit Deeper
Graphics Cards: MSI Radeon RX 6950 XT Gaming X Trio Review: Power Hungry
Input: Wooting 60HE
Memory: Sabrent DDR4-3200 So-DIMM Review, It's over 7000! - Teamgroup DELTA RGB DDR5-6400 CL40 2 x 16GB kit review with overclocking and teardown, Sabrent Rocket DDR5 U-DIMM 16GB 4800MHz Review
Motherboards: MSI MPG X570S Carbon EK X Review, Gigabyte B660I Aorus Pro DDR4 Review: Pricey Mini-ITX
Storage: ADATA Elite SE880 1TB External SSD Review





Computers:

ETA Prime: This $98 Chromebook Is Great For Cloud Gaming! AMD CPU, Android Apps

This only cost $98 from Walmart but is it worth buying? In this video, we take look at the HP 16W64UT#ABA Chromebook, Powered by an AMD CPU and backed by 4GB.



This $98 Chromebook Is Great For Cloud Gaming! AMD CPU, Android Apps

Cooling:

FunkyKit: DeepCool LS720 360mm AIO CPU Cooler Review

The DeepCool LS720 premium liquid CPU cooler maximizes cooling performance and low-noise efficiency with a 360mm radiator.



DeepCool LS720 360mm AIO CPU Cooler Review - FunkyKit

Play3r: Thermaltake TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 360 AIO Review

The TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 360 has premium build quality, a nice LCD display, a quiet pump & some of the best static-pressure fans on the market.



Thermaltake TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 360 AIO Review - Play3r

Displays:

eTeknix: Cooler Master GM34-CWQ ARGB Monitor Review

Cooler Master may be better known for its PC components, with a long history of creating everything from PC cases to keyboards. However, more recently, theyve been pushing into the world of gaming monitors.



Cooler Master GM34-CWQ ARGB Monitor Review | eTeknix

Gaming:

TechPowerUp: Cyberpunk 2077: FSR 1.0 vs. FSR 2.0 vs. DLSS Comparison Review

Cyberpunk 2077 recently got support for AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 through a community mod. The addon converts the officially-supported DLSS render path into instructions that the AMD FSR 2.0 algorithm understands, with excellent results.



Cyberpunk 2077: FSR 1.0 vs. FSR 2.0 vs. DLSS Comparison Review

MMORPG.com: Outriders Worldslayer Review

Just over a year ago, Outriders charged onto the scene. A looter-shooter by People Can Fly, Outriders tries to straddle the line between an always-online non-live-service title and a traditional multiplayer shooter. With Worldslayer, Outriders brings more loot, new story content, and more. But the question remains: is it worth your money?

Outriders Worldslayer Review | MMORPG.com

Wccftech: Outriders: Worldslayer Review - More of the Same, Albeit Deeper

Outriders: Worldslayer provides an exceedingly brief story campaign, though its meat is clearly in the vastly improved endgame experience.

Outriders: Worldslayer Review - More of the Same, Albeit Deeper

Graphics Cards:

Tom's Hardware: MSI Radeon RX 6950 XT Gaming X Trio Review: Power Hungry

Same performance, more power than other 6950 XT cards



MSI Radeon RX 6950 XT Gaming X Trio Review: Power Hungry

Input:

LanOC Reviews: Wooting 60HE

One of my favorite things about the keyboard community is that people haven’t been afraid to come up with their own designs and even often bring their designs to life. This has created innovation and over the years a few of these have grown into full businesses. A great example of this would be Wooting which back in 2015 came up with their design for an analog keyboard which they later did a Kickstarter on and later released. Wooting has always been especially interesting to me because there aren’t many companies in the industry that are as open with their timelines and issues. Part of this comes from their Kickstarter roots, but they have always continued to update even on the software side. I’ve been looking forward to their latest keyboard the Wooting 60HE because I love 60% keyboards and today's the day after many issues that we can check out the Wooting 60HE so let’s dig in and see what it’s all about.

Wooting 60HE - LanOC Reviews

Memory:

Tom's Hardware: Sabrent DDR4-3200 So-DIMM Review

The Sabrent DDR4-3200 So-DIMM units are an excellent upgrade path for laptops and mini-PCs. Our testing showed reliable performance.



Sabrent DDR4-3200 So-DIMM Review

IgorsLAB: It's over 7000! - Teamgroup DELTA RGB DDR5-6400 CL40 2 x 16GB kit review with overclocking and teardown

Teamgroup has been offering some of the fastest memory modules for the platform with the T-Force DELTA DDR5 kits almost since the launch of Intel's Alder Lake



It's over 7000! - Teamgroup DELTA RGB DDR5-6400 CL40 2 x 16GB kit review with overclocking and teardown

EnosTech.com: Sabrent Rocket DDR5 U-DIMM 16GB 4800MHz Review

Sabrent is making quite the name for themselves from blazing fast NVMe drives to DDR5, they are a name to remember.



Sabrent Rocket DDR5 U-DIMM 16GB 4800MHz Review - EnosTech.com

Motherboards:

TechPowerUp: MSI MPG X570S Carbon EK X Review

MSI and EKWB bring us a collaboration using the well-received MPG X570S Carbon MAX WiFi fitted with an EK-Quantum monoblock designed for the motherboard. Featuring a powerful 14+2 VRM, it also has the latest technology the X570S chipset has to offer with four M.2 sockets, 2.5 GB LAN, and eight SATA 6 Gb/s ports.



MSI MPG X570S Carbon EK X Review

Tom's Hardware: Gigabyte B660I Aorus Pro DDR4 Review: Pricey Mini-ITX

An expensive but capable RGB-adorned Mini ITX B660 option.



Gigabyte B660I Aorus Pro DDR4 Review: Pricey Mini-ITX

Storage:

Tweaktown: ADATA Elite SE880 1TB External SSD Review

Another native USB portable SSD arrives. This time ADATA brings speedy goodness via its newest USB 3.2 Gen2 x2 offering.



ADATA Elite SE880 1TB External SSD Review