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NZXT Function 2 MiniTKL Optical Keyboard Review

Introduction Unlike a lot of brands whose products I have reviewed recently, NZXT has been a mainstay of the TechPowerUp review database for 17 years now and I dare say anyone reading this review is familiar with the US-based brand too. NZXT has made its name with its cases in particular, although I know many… Read more

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Arctic Liquid Freezer III 240 Black Review – Intel Contact Frame Included

Introduction A big thanks to Arctic for supplying the review sample. Arctic has a 20-year history of pushing the envelope on what consumers can expect when it comes to PC cooling components. Be it CPU coolers, GPU coolers, or fans, Arctic has an established legacy of excellent products, from the Freezer 7 Pro during the… Read more

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EK Nucleus AIO CR360 Lux D-RGB Review

Introduction A big thank you to EK for providing the review sample! EKWB is a PC water-cooling juggernaut founded as the brainchild of just one man’s simple idea. From that jumping-off point, they have quickly become a dominant force in the enthusiast community with high-quality components for just about any custom water-cooling loop. The company’s… Read more

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DELUX M800 Ultra Review

1 Packaging, Weight & Feet » Introduction Established in 1994, DELUX is a peripherals company based in China. After the M800 Pro (3395) and M800 Pro Highspeed, DELUX comes out with another variant of their M800, the M800 Ultra. Compared to the aforementioned variants, the most distinctive feature of the M800 Ultra is its much lower… Read more

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 6 GB Review – The Fastest Slot-Powered GPU

Introduction A few weeks ago, NVIDIA released the new GeForce RTX 3050 6 GB as its new entry level discrete GPU—here’s our review. This new GPU slipped into NVIDIA’s product stack with much less fanfare than the RTX 40 SUPER series, and replaces the likes of the GTX 1650 and GTX 1660 as sub-$200 options…. Read more

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Scythe Fuma 3 Review

Introduction A big thank you to Scythe for supplying the review sample. Scythe has been around since 2002 and, while they may not have the same level of recognition as Noctua in the enthusiast community, they’re certainly not a minor player. Scythe are a respected manufacturer of CPU coolers and fans, with a diverse range… Read more

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G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6400 64 GB CL32 Review

10 Packaging & Contents » Introduction G.SKILL is a renowned Taipei-based memory manufacturer with a history of producing performance-oriented products. The company has ventured into other PC markets in recent years, such as SSDs, AIO coolers, and peripherals, including gaming-oriented keyboards, mice, headsets, and more. G.SKILL has multiple product lines to fit different markets, with plenty… Read more

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Chat with NVIDIA RTX Tech Demo Review

Introduction NVIDIA today released the first public demo of Chat with RTX. No, you can’t talk to your graphics card and ask “how’s it going?,” you’ll need TechPowerUp GPU-Z to do that. Chat with RTX is something else. Imagine a fully localized AI chat that’s running entirely on your PC, accelerated by the highly capable… Read more

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Arbiter Studio Polar 65 Hall Effect Keyboard Review

Introduction Arbiter Studio is a new brand that doesn’t seem to share a lot of information about itself. I know it is new because the company itself wasn’t registered until last year and there is currently one product which itself only just came out. In fact, that product—a keyboard which we will be reviewing today—is… Read more

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Sineaptic SE-1 Ribbon Driver Wireless Headphones Review

Introduction Sineaptic is a new audio brand based out of China which seems to have come about in the last few months. In fact, I only knew of Sineaptic thanks to a 3rd party marketing and PR firm I’ve worked with before to bring you reviews from brands that have all been impressive. The initial… Read more

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ECS LIVA Z5 Plus Mini-PC (Intel Core i5-1335U) Review

Introduction A big thank you to ECS for supplying the review sample. Established in 1987, Elitegroup Computer Systems, commonly known as ECS, has become a prominent PC OEM/ODM. Specializing in the production of a wide range of products for both their own brand and other vendors, ECS is an industry leader with a diverse array… Read more

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DELUX M800 Pro Highspeed Review

1 Packaging, Weight & Feet » Introduction Established in 1994, DELUX is a peripherals company based in China. Compared to the M800 Pro (3395), the M800 Pro Highspeed changes things up in several ways. Instead of being limited to regular 1000 Hz, the Highspeed is capable of both 2000 and 8000 Hz polling in wired mode,… Read more

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Custom Art Hybrid 3 Pro Custom In-Ear Monitors Review

4 Packaging & Accessories » Introduction Custom Art is a Polish audio brand that has made a strong name for itself in the enthusiast in-ear monitors (IEMs) community, for both its universal-fit IEMs (UIEMs, which is the default these days) and custom-fit IEMs (CIEMs). We took a detailed look at its current flagship—the all-BA driver FIBAE… Read more

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Seasonic MagFlow ARGB 120 mm Fan Review

Introduction Quick question—what comes to your mind when you hear the word “Seasonic”? If I were a betting man, I would guess power supplies. Indeed, of the many Seasonic product reviews here, the vast majority happen to be for the brand’s excellent PSUs. Seasonic has since branched out to making its own cases and naturally… Read more

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Quick Look: Jelly Key Zen Pond Serene Waters Artisan Keycaps

Introduction If you are new to the world of artisan keycaps, I recommend reading my first article on them, which also goes over the what and why of these very custom and niche products. We’ve since covered a lot of different artisan keycaps, predominantly from Jelly Key, in various themes that showcase what the Vietnam-based… Read more

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