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Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Cooling: EK-Quantum Surface P360M Radiator Review, be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX CPU Cooler Review
Gaming: Tower of Fantasy Review in Progress - Gacha, Time-Gates and Launch Woes
Graphics Cards: AMD Crossfire vs. Nvidia SLI - Micro stuttering, scaling over a few cards and some benefits | Retro
Headphones: Massdrop x Focal Elex Headphones Review
Input: SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless Review
Speakers: Monoprice DT-3BT Speakers Review
Storage: Western Digital WD_Black SN850X 2TB SSD Review - BiCS 5 Powerhouse, Crucial P5 Plus 2TB





Cooling:

TechPowerUp: EK-Quantum Surface P360M Radiator Review

EK impressed before with its new Quantum Surface S360 and X360M radiators in the 30-mm and 60-mm thickness classes respectively, and today we examine the P360M that slots between the two at 44 mm in thickness. It shares more in common with the bigger X360M in features and performance too, so you owe it to yourself to go through this review should you be in the market for a new radiator.



EK-Quantum Surface P360M Radiator Review

Hardware Busters: be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX CPU Cooler Review

be quiet! celebrates its 20th year with the FX products equipped with ARGB lighting and the new Light Wings PWM fans, be quiet! PureLoop 2 FX



be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX CPU Cooler Review - Hardware Busters

Gaming:

MMORPG.com: Tower of Fantasy Review in Progress - Gacha, Time-Gates and Launch Woes

If you've been following coverage of Tower of Fantasy, especially if you've read and watched our gameplay previews, then its clear that there is a lot to like about the game. But new game launches are not without issues and our RIP pulls back the curtain on them!

Tower of Fantasy Review in Progress - Gacha, Time-Gates and Launch Woes | MMORPG.com

Graphics Cards:

IgorsLAB: AMD Crossfire vs. Nvidia SLI - Micro stuttering, scaling over a few cards and some benefits | Retro

In keeping with Intel's oneAPI and the possibility of actually being able to enable this option in games, I have another classic for you today. 



AMD Crossfire vs. Nvidia SLI - Micro stuttering, scaling over a few cards and some benefits | Retro

Headphones:

MMORPG.com: Massdrop x Focal Elex Headphones Review

Focal is one of the most esteemed brands in the audiophile world, and the Elex may just be the best headphone for music and games in its price bracket. Looking for headphones with incredible clarity and spaciousness? Look no further than the Massdrop x Focal Elex.

Massdrop x Focal Elex Headphones Review | MMORPG.com

Input:

TechPowerUp: SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless Review

The Aerox 5 Wireless is marketed as a lightweight multi-genre gaming mouse. To this end, the 9-button Aerox 5 Wireless comes with the TrueMove Air sensor, 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth connectivity, and up to 180 hours of battery life, all wrapped into a 73 g lightweight package.



SteelSeries Aerox 5 Wireless Review

Speakers:

MMORPG.com: Monoprice DT-3BT Speakers Review

Studio monitors are an essential tool for content creators and Monoprice has an affordable set to take your audio game to the next level. Are the Monoprice DT-3BT powered speakers with Bluetooth worth your hard-earned gaming dollars? Find out in our review!

Monoprice DT-3BT Speakers Review | MMORPG.com

Storage:

TweakTown: Western Digital WD_Black SN850X 2TB SSD Review - BiCS 5 Powerhouse

WD's supremely powerful WD_Black SN850 SSD gets a flash upgrade to BiCS 5 with the SN850X, bringing a huge performance boost.



Western Digital WD_Black SN850X 2TB SSD Review - BiCS 5 Powerhouse

Bjorn3D.com: Crucial P5 Plus 2TB

The Crucial P5 Plus is the successor the P5 that Crucial launched last year and is the first PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD from the company. The latest model dropped the 256GB model, so the starting available capacity for the P5 Pro is 500GB. Additionally, the drive is also available in 1TB and a new storage capacity of 2TB model. The P54 Plus is priced similar to the P5 though there is a slight bump in the price where drive is retailed at $107.99(500GB), $179.99(1TB), and $367.99(2TB). The 2TB model is definitely a welcome addition and if we judge by the price per gigabyte, the 1TB model would be the most economical option. Despite the slight bump in the price, the P5 Plus are still priced competitively against its competitors. The question is, just how well would the performance backing it up? We shall find it out today.



Crucial P5 Plus 2TB - Bjorn3D.com