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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Computers: Top 5 Mini PCs Of 2022 | $40-$499 The Best Small For Factor Computers You Can Buy
Cooling: Alphacool Eisbaer Aurora HPE 360 LCS cooler review
Gaming: Kao the Kangaroo Review - Mascot Platforming on the Switch, Shredder's Revenge Review - The Reason Online Netcode is Important
Graphics Cards: KFA2 GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SG (One Clock OC) 12GB in review - Solid performance and even a bit cheaper in comparison with others
Input: IOGear Kaliber Gaming Hver Stealth Review: A $50 RGB Mechanical With Premium Features?
Mobile: M1 iPad Pro Review AFTER iPadOS 16 - FINALLY Worth It?
Motherboards: ASUS ROG Strix B660-i Mini ITX Motherboard Review
Storage: ADATA Elite SE880 1TB Review,  Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD Review, Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD Review - IP65 Dust and Water-Resistant External SSD, Silicon Power XS70 M.2 2280 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD Review





Computers:

ETA Prime: Top 5 Mini PCs Of 2022 | $40-$499 The Best Small For Factor Computers You Can Buy

In This Video we take a look at the Top 5 Mini PCs of 2022 so far, the prices range from as low as $40 to $499 on the high end. 



Top 5 Mini PCs Of 2022 | $40-$499 The Best Small For Factor Computers You Can Buy

Cooling:

The Guru of 3D: Alphacool Eisbaer Aurora HPE 360 LCS cooler review

Today, we are reviewing an AIO cooler from Alphacool; it’s an Eisbaer Aurora 360 HPE. We already had a chance to check its predecessor, the Eisbaer Aurora 360, back in 2020 (and it earned the “Recommended” award) and the Extreme Black edition of Eisbaer at the end of 2019 (and it was awarded the “Top Pick” badge). How will the new one perform?

Alphacool Eisbaer Aurora HPE 360 LCS cooler review

Gaming:

Wccftech: Kao the Kangaroo Review - Mascot Platforming on the Switch

Kao the Kangaroo looks to bring back an old mascot platformer. Will this new take hop right into your heart, or will it fall flat?



Kao the Kangaroo Review - Mascot Platforming on the Switch

Wccftech: TMNT: Shredder's Revenge Review - The Reason Online Netcode is Important

TMNT: Shredder's Revenge is a multiplayer beat'em up game that promises hybrid co-op with rollback. Is this too good to be true?



TMNT: Shredder's Revenge Review - The Reason Online Netcode is Important

Graphics Cards:

IgorsLAB: KFA2 GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SG (One Clock OC) 12GB in review - Solid performance and even a bit cheaper in comparison with others

With the KFA2 GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, I'm happy to fulfill the desire to once again test a single card that isn't at the very top of its already hefty price rang



KFA2 GeForce RTX 3080 Ti SG (One Clock OC) 12GB in review - Solid performance and even a bit cheaper in comparison with others

Input:

Tom's Hardware: IOGear Kaliber Gaming Hver Stealth Review: A $50 RGB Mechanical With Premium Features?

Premium features, without the premium feel.



IOGear Kaliber Gaming Hver Stealth Review: A $50 RGB Mechanical With Premium Features?

Mobile:

Max Tech: M1 iPad Pro Review AFTER iPadOS 16 - FINALLY Worth It?

After spending 2 weeks with iPadOS 16 on the M1 iPad Pro, here is our Long-Term Review covering what has been fixed and the Glaring issues that STILL Remain



M1 iPad Pro Review AFTER iPadOS 16 - FINALLY Worth It?

Motherboards:

Hardware Asylum: ASUS ROG Strix B660-i Mini ITX Motherboard Review

From a performance standpoint I found the STRIX B660-I to have an amazing out of box experience and operated with both 4800Mhz and 6200Mhz DDR5 memory without fail and responded well to basic memory tweaks and overclocks. Unfortunately, ASUS did not enable K level overclocking or BLCK tweaks.



ASUS ROG Strix B660-i Mini ITX Motherboard Review

Storage:

APH Networks: ADATA Elite SE880 1TB Review

Do you know people who are, to put it in generous terms, very intentional? I know someone who is like that. No matter where she goes, no matter who she meets, there is only one thing she cares about: Networking. This person would try to meet people she deems relevant and connect with them to try to jump start her career in some way. If the said person reaches out to hang out with you, there is probably a reason why. And if she calls or texts you, chances are that she needs help for something or wants something from you. Worse yet, if, at any time, she thinks you cannot help her achieve her goals, the conversation will just abruptly stop until the next time she has a reason to talk to you. As a result, many people find it hard to be actual friends with her. If there is anything we can learn here, using people to benefit yourself will not make you many friends, nor will it achieve your goals. After all, people are not tools and relationships are not on-demand. But when it comes to USB storage devices, one could say they are tools and are made to be available on-demand. Do not need the extra storage? Simply put it away. Need something from the drive? Plug it into your PC or game console. Traditionally, this comes with a bit of a performance penalty compared to internal drives, but this has been increasingly less so in recent years with speedy external SSDs like the Western Digital Black P50 Game Drive SSD 1TB and Crucial X8 2TB, both capable of delivering throughput of about 1000MB/s with high IOPS. Today, ADATA aims to challenge the limit with the Elite SE880 1TB, which promises up to 2000MB/s over its USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 interface. Will this be the fastest external USB SSD to ever appear on this website? Let us find out!

ADATA Elite SE880 1TB Review (Page 1 of 7) | APH Networks

ServeTheHome: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD Review

We update our charts with the Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD to align the capacity point with other drives we have tested



Samsung 980 Pro 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD Review

ThePCEnthusiast: Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD Review - IP65 Dust and Water-Resistant External SSD

Today we're checking out the Samsung T7 Shield portable SSD. It features a rugged design with IP65 dust and water-resistance. See how it performs here.



Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD Review - IP65 Dust and Water-Resistant External SSD - ThePCEnthusiast

Mad Shrimps: Silicon Power XS70 M.2 2280 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD Review

The Silicon Power XS70 drive does perform great versus other models we have tested in the past thanks to the Phison E18 controller coupled with Micron’s 176-layer 3D TLC NAND. We could write lots of data continuously before SLC cache has been fully occupied and even then.

[M] [M] Silicon Power XS70 M.2 2280 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD Review