|AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Reviews
Tuesday, 28-February-2023 22:32:34 (GMT +10) - by Agg
AMD have a new fastest CPU: the 16-core, 32-thread, Zen 4 based, 3D Vertical cache equipped Ryzen 9 7950X3D. Here's a few reviews from the news box:
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Review - Best of Both Worlds on TechPowerUp.
Ryzen 7950X3D with One CCD Disabled - The 7800X3D Preview on TechPowerUp.
AMD Ryzen 9 "Zen 4" 7950X3D CPU on Tweaktown.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D processor on Guru3D.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D on LanOC.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Linux Performance on Phoronix.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D Review: No Compromise Gaming And Creator Performance on HotHardware.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D CPU: AMD's Fastest Gaming Processor on Anandtech.
Discussion continues in this thread.
It's the end of an era with the youTube CEO stepping down to spend more time with her family. The YouTube CEO was a key part of Google’s start. Wojcicki rented out her garage to Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998. That garage investment and subsequent signing on to the fledgling company worked out well for her. She ran Google’s initial attempt to compete in the user video space, and, by her own admission, played a key role in Google’s decision to purchase the platform back in 2006 for $US1.65 billion.
Have you ever had an itch to scroll webpages and spreadsheets with your foot ? Well now you can. If you’re looking for a more full-function input device that can be operated with your feet and don’t mind something that’s not “crazy small,” there is a niche category of foot mouse devices including DIY models and commercial gear from companies like 3drudder and Boomer.
I believe these have been mentioned here before, but the reservation page is now open for Moonwalkers. When activated, sensors in the shoes collect data on your gait. Machine learning algorithms then use that data to control the speed at which eight motorized wheels on the bottom of each shoe rotate. “There’s no need to balance,” said Zhang. “Just walk faster to accelerate and walk slower to decelerate.”
Federal government, cyber security, strategy, structure. If you add these together and you get Australia's national office for cyber security. “The first will be to try to provide some strategy and structure and spine to the work being done across government, so it will mean things like making sure that the billions of dollars that we are investing in cyber security each year are being spent in a way that’s strategic and appropriate, that we've got different parts of government communicating with each other and working together on helping lift cyber security protections across the country.
The Australian Federal government has a national initiative to provide 50 megabits per second NBN plans to boost education opportunities and narrow the digital divide. The Australian Government is working with NBN Co to provide up to 30,000 families with no internet at home free NBN for 12 months. To be eligible, families with school age children will be nominated by participating schools, education authorities and charities/community organisations. These organisations will identify and provide information directly to families within their respective systems about the initiative. The Smith Family, Catholic Network Australia, and Catholic Education WA have already joined the initiative, with more organisations to be announced shortly.
Zoox Inc., is Amazon's self-driving startup. And for the first time it carried passengers in their fully autonomous vehicle, on public roads. Last week, the electric vehicle, which doesn’t have a steering wheel, ran a mile-long route carrying staff between Zoox’s two main buildings in Foster City, California, the company said in a statement. The firm will now operate a shuttle for employees on the same trip while it seeks additional clearances to expand its service to the public.
|Monday Morning Reviews
Monday, 27-February-2023 01:37:49 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
MSI MEG Z790 ACE on TechPowerUp.
Intel Core i9-13900KS "Raptor Lake" CPU on Tweaktown.
MSI MEG Z790 Godlike Motherboard on Tweaktown.
ASUS TUF Radeon RX 7900 XTX OC Edition on Tweaktown.
ASRock Radeon RX 7900 XTX Taichi on TechPowerUp.
Neo Forza Mars DDR4-4000 64GB (2x32GB) on Bjorn3D.
Neo Forza Faye DDR4-3600 2X32GB on Bjorn3D.
Seasonic VERTEX GX-1000 Power Supply Unit on NikKTech.
FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W (ATX 3.0, 1000W PSU) on Guru3D.
VOLTME Revo 140W PD3.1 GaN Charger on FunkyKit.
XGIMI Horizon Pro 4K Projector on NeoSeeker.
Quick Look: Lypertek PurePlay Z7 Hybrid Driver TWS Earphones on TechPowerUp.
EK Water Blocks Quantum Lumen LCD on NikKTech.
AVerMedia Mingle Bar PA511D for videoconferencing on Tweaktown.
Teufel Cage One Headset on OCInside.
iBasso SR3 Open-Back Dynamic Driver Headphones on TechPowerUp.
iFi Pro iDSD Signature Streamer/DAC/Headphone Amplifier on TechPowerUp.
SteelSeries ARCTIS NOVA 7 Wireless Gaming Headset on NikKTech.
Portable & Prebuilt:
MSI MEG Trident X2 Gaming PC on Tweaktown.
Dell Precision 7865 Workstation Review: Cool & Quiet 64-Core Powerhouse on HotHardware.
SanDisk Professional Pro-Blade Transport on LanOC.
Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 50 Encrypted USB Flash Drive on ThinkComputers.
Addlink S90 Lite 2TB NVMe SSD on Guru3D.
Sabrent Rocket 4.0 2230 1TB SSD on Tweaktown.
Antec P20C on TechPowerUp.
Cooler Master HAF 700 on Bjorn3D.
Cooler Master MM310 on TechPowerUp.
NZXT H9 Flow on TechPowerUp.
be quiet! Pure Base 500 FX on ThinkComputers.
Hogwarts Legacy Review: A Magic and worthwhile Journey on BabelTechReviews.
Atomic Heart Review: False Utopia on BabelTechReviews.
Atomic Heart Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis on TechPowerUp.
Noctua NH-L9a-AM5 and NH-L9a-AM5 chromax.black CPU cooler on FunkyKit.
SilverStone VIDA 240 SLIM All-in-One Liquid Cooler on APHNetworks.
AQIRYS ADARA Gaming Keyboard on MadShrimps.
It's been a tricky week (hence the lack of news!) so here's Misc Pics from June 2010:
4th June 2010:
11th June 2010:
18th June 2010:
25th June 2010:
|Sunday Night Reviews
Sunday, 19-February-2023 23:16:37 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
ASRock B650E Taichi Motherboard on Tweaktown.
GIGABYTE B650I AORUS Ultra AM5 Mini-ITX Motherboard on Tweaktown.
ASRock B650E PG-ITX Wi-Fi Mini-ITX Motherboard on Tweaktown.
ID-Cooling Dashflow 240 Black Basic AIO on TechPowerUp.
Kingston Fury Renegade Gen4 Solid State Drive on ThinkComputers.
DeepCool LS720 CPU Liquid Cooler on Tweaktown.
ASRock Phantom Gaming PG34WQ15R3A 34-inch Ultrawide Monitor on Tweaktown.
HYTE Eclipse HG10 Wireless Gaming Headset on ThinkComputers.
Corsair HS65 Wireless Headset on Guru3D.
Portable & Prebuilt:
Asus Zenbook Pro 16X OLED on HighPerformanceLaptops.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Review: A Dominant Android Phone on HotHardware.
G-Wolves Hati-S Plus ACE mouse on TechPowerUp.
OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Review: Supreme Comfort, Solid Sound on HotHardware.
Genesis Krypton 555 RGB Gaming Mouse on FunkyKit.
ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE16000 WIFI6E router on Guru3D.
MSI RadiX AXE6600 WiFi 6E Tri-Band Gaming Router on ThinkComputers.
MSI RadiX AXE6600 WiFi 6E Router (Europe Version) on TechPowerUp.
Crucial CT2K16G52C42U5 DDR5-5200 2x16GB DDR5 RAM on APHNetworks.
Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200 CL34 2x 16 GB on TechPowerUp.
Kingston FURY Renegade RGB DDR5-6000 2x16GB DDR5 on APHNetworks.
j5Create 108W PD USB-C Super Charger on FunkyKit.
FSP Champ 2K 2000VA UPS on NikKTech.
Acer Predator GM7 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD on NikKTech.
HP FX900 Pro 2 TB NVMe SSD on Guru3D.
Acer Predator GM7 1TB M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD on FunkyKit.
Sabrent Rocket Nano V2 USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 External SSD on MadShrimps.
Thermaltake Core P3 Pro Tempered Glass Case on HardwareAsylum.
Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB Snow Computer Case on APHNetworks.
Quick Look: AV Access eShare W50 & D10 Wireless Conference System on TechPowerUp.
Zotac RTX 4070 Ti AMP Extreme Airo video cards on TechPowerUp.
Hogwarts Legacy: FSR 2.1 vs. XeSS vs. DLSS 3 Comparison on TechPowerUp.
|Colonial Viper Update
Sunday, 19-February-2023 10:44:59 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Baz's Full Scale MK II Colonial Viper continues to take shape. The fibreglassing is nearly done, and the workshop has been reorganised to fit both wings at once:
Click for the worklog!
In the meantime, he's also still making knives!
Thanks to Lou and KonMan this week!
|Interesting Forum Threads
Monday, 13-February-2023 20:56:38 (GMT +10) - by Agg
It's been a while, but here's a few random forum threads that have caught my eye lately. You can keep on top of things in the forums via the recent activity feed or the new posts page. To see activity in threads you subscribe to, check out your latest alerts. It's also worth checking your watched threads list from time to time in case you missed an alert.
What is your arrangement of HDDs and how much usable space? in Storage & Backup.
SSDs need fans now in Storage & Backup.
MSI Afterburner is dead, apparently in Video Cards & Monitors.
Project HYDRA for Ryzen Zen3, 3+ and Zen 4 in AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets.
Web Server In A Box - LCD Add-On Project in Electronics & Electrics.
Dual Rank B-die overclocking in Memory.
New M2 Pro and M2 Max in Apple Desktop Hardware/Software.
Nintendo Direct 2.8.2023 in Nintendo Consoles.
Jac's trip down memory lane in Retro & Arcade Worklogs.
Your retro game(s) of the year - 2022 in Retro & Arcade.
Private Cinema hire - Taking in the N64 & Goldeneye in Retro & Arcade.
The Unanticipated Horde in Retro & Arcade.
Buying refurbished Laptop off Ebay - An Interesting Experience in Portable & Small Form Factor.
Cloud Punk soundtrack!!!! freakin insane!! :D in PC Games.
Dead Space Remake - Official Reveal Trailer in PC Games.
Hogwarts Legacy in PC Games.
SEASON: A letter to the future in PC Games.
General Astronomy, Cosmology and Space Exploration Discussion in Science.
[TV] ANDOR - Star Wars live action Rogue One spinoff in Entertainment.
[Movie] Fast X in Entertainment.
[Movie] M3GAN in Entertainment.
Small business - food truck in Career, Education & Finance.
OCAU World Cricket Thread 2.0 in Major Sporting Events.
AI pic thread in The Pub.
Backyard Wildlife in The Pub.
GeoGuessing Game - Where is this photo? in The Pub.
What was the name of this icy pole? in The Pub.
Benchmarking in The Pool Room.
Monday, 13-February-2023 19:03:26 (GMT +10) - by Agg
If you need lots of RAM in your desktop, maybe these MSI mobos will be of interest - once bigger DIMMs are available. MSI has shared some screenshots of two different systems configured with the new DDR5 modules, boosting their max RAM support from 128GB to 192GB. The first screenshot shows a PC system packing an Intel Core i9-12900KF and an MSI MPG Z690 Carbon WiFi motherboard loaded with four Corsair branded DDR5-5600 memory modules. Still not quite enough for the fastest Chia plotting, though - for that you'll presumably need a Xeon, Threadripper or EPYC.
The Sizzle today pointed out the results of the 2022 Consumer Survey on Online Copyright Infringement. At 159 pages it's a big read, but in the spirit of showman P.T. Barnum, it has something for everyone. Almost 90% of the most dedicated Aussie consumers obtain content strictly legally, but it can also be argued that 40% of the population are pirates. "Unlawful consumption" now includes login sharing.
The Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard continues to draw regulatory attention. The regulators specifically tried to look at what the acquisition could mean for the console and cloud gaming markets. In both cases, the CMA said its investigation found that it would be “commercially beneficial” for Microsoft to make Activision Blizzard games exclusive to its platforms, or at least “materially worse” for its competitors. Discussion continues here.
They also have invested billions into ChatGPT, thanks Sniper - with AI-enhanced Bing coming soon. Microsoft’s new Bing chatbot might seem similar to ChatGPT. But in a meeting with investors on Tursday Amy Hood, Microsoft’s finance chief, said Microsoft is employing a “next-generation OpenAI model that is more powerful than ChatGPT.” Meanwhile Google lost a lot of market value in response to an AI error. Social media users quickly pointed out that the company could've fact-checked the exoplanet claim by, well, Googling it. The ad aired just hours before Google's senior executives touted Bard as the future of the company at a launch event in Paris. By Wednesday, Alphabet shares had slid as much as 9% during trading hours, balancing out by the day's close.
From the "this is so simple why hasn't it been done before" pile comes Corsair's RMx SHIFT PSUs, which move the modular cable connectors to the side of the unit, so you don't have to delve deep into the chassis to awkwardly connect cables to the front/back of the PSU. The bigger advantage is the ease in connecting cables to the power supply—you can add or remove them without having to unmount the PSU. With a modular power supply, that’s a huge time saver. Because you insert the cables yourself, user error is always an ever-present possibility.
This is from last month, but apparently Raptor Lake CPUs are not as overclockable as previous generations. For Raptor Lake, we're told that Intel simply didn't make the mistake of issuing a pre-release microcode with the feature unlocked, so motherboard makers don't have a version to enable BCLK overclocking on locked chips. So Intel basically stopped the practice by not making the mistake of giving the motherboard makers an opening. Ultimately, overclocking Non-K chips didn't go out with a bang — it was more of a whimper.
BlocksAndFiles have an interview with Mr Backup. I actually think we’re in a worse position. Sysadmins 30 years ago were running mission-critical servers on individual disk drives. No mirroring, no RAID arrays. And you would regularly lose disk drives, which would take a server with you. The same goes for laptops. This meant you were constantly reminded that you needed good backups, and constantly had a need to use them. Now anything mission-critical is RAID-protected, and most things are solid state. Today’s admins (and people with their own personal data) just don’t have the same respect for backups they once did, and assume far too much as a result.
Chinese scientists have made a working tractor beam. Sure, the initial experiment was done in a highly controlled lab, manipulating a specific type of Graphene composite and under a rarefied gaseous environment with a lower pressure than Earth’s atmosphere. But come on! They used a friggin’ laser to move an object!
|Sunday Afternoon Reviews
Sunday, 12-February-2023 14:30:00 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Lexar Hades DDR4-3600 32GB Memory Kit on NeoSeeker.
KLEVV CRAS XR5 RGB DDR5-6200 32GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit on Tweaktown.
V-Color Manta XSky 32GB DDR5-6600 Memory Kit on ThinkComputers.
Lexar Professional Diamond CFexpress 256GB Type B Card on NikKTech.
Crucial P3 Plus 4TB M.2 NVMe SSD on NikKTech.
Portable & Prebuilt:
Alienware Aurora R15 Gaming PC on Tweaktown.
Beelink SER6 (Ryzen 9 6800H) mini PC on Guru3D.
Quick Look: TangZu Audio Zetian Wu Planar Magnetic IEMs on TechPowerUp.
FiiO R7 Desktop Network Streamer/DAC/Headphone Amplifier on TechPowerUp.
TRETTITRE TreSound1 Bluetooth Speaker Review - 360° Surround Sound on TechPowerUp.
Hogwarts Legacy Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis Review - VRAM Usage Record on TechPowerUp.
MSI MAG CORELIQUID C360 CPU Liquid Cooler on Tweaktown.
MSI MPG Z790 Edge WiFi DDR4 motherboard on LanOC.
Cooler Master HAF 700 Case on NeoSeeker.
Corsair Katar Elite Wireless mouse on TechPowerUp.
MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio video cards on TechPowerUp.
|Retro Gaming February 2023
Saturday, 11-February-2023 10:43:24 (GMT +10) - by Agg
This month's "Retro Let's Play" is Oni from 2001 from 2002. I remember Oni as an unknown gem, a pioneering 3rd person beat-em-up shooter. Not sure if it's actually a pioneer or just one of the first 3D games I played that executed varied melee combat moves well via a KB & Mouse (similar to Rune). The appeal of the game to me was the 2D fighter move list, set in an open 3D platform, with guns. Kind of a cross between Street Fighter Alpha & Double Dragon. To top it off Oni had a Ghost in the Shell style to the protagonist and police-state setting.
click for the thread!
Meanwhile this month's "Retro Racing" game is Automobil Lamborghini from 1997. Automobili Lamborghini is an arcade-style racing game similar to the Ridge Racer or the early Need for Speed series. There are 4 modes of play: Arcade, Championship, Single Race, and Time Trials. Arcade and Championship consist of a series of races and the ability to unlock various cars; Single Race is a practice mode in normal racing conditions, and Time Trials is a single player race against the player's best times.
click for the thread!
Thanks to Jim and Simon this week!
|Thursday Morning Reviews
Thursday, 9-February-2023 00:38:42 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Kingston IronKey Keypad 200 Hardware-Encrypted USB Flash Drive on ThinkComputers.
Silicon Power Elite 256GB Class 10 A1 UHS-I U1 microSDXC Card on MadShrimps.
Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB on TechPowerUp.
Thermaltake H700 TG Snow on ThinkComputers.
Thermaltake Ceres 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower on FunkyKit.
Noble Viking Ragnar In-Ear Monitors on TechPowerUp.
1MORE Aero Bluetooth Earphones on APHNetworks.
Portable & Prebuilt:
OnePlus 11 5G Review: Premium Experience, Stand Out Value on HotHardware.
Razer Blade 16 Laptop Review: RTX 4090 & Raptor Lake Gaming Weapon on HotHardware.
ASRock Industrial NUCS BOX-1360P/D4 SFF PC on Tweaktown.
MSI Titan GT77 HX 13VI (2023) Gaming Laptop on Tweaktown.
Be Quiet! Pure Power 12 M - 850W (ATX 3.0 / PCIe 5.0) power supply on Guru3D.
EcoFlow River 2 Pro Powerstation and 220W Solar Panel on FunkyHome.
Narwal Freo Robot Vacuum & Mop on NikKTech.
G.SKILL Trident Z5 DDR5-7200 CL34 2x 16 GB memory on TechPowerUp.
ASRock X670E Taichi Carrara Motherboard on OCInside.
Building a Keyboard 12: MOONDROP Switches, Akko MOD 004 Kit, Epomaker Sailing Keycaps on TechPowerUp.
Tuesday, 7-February-2023 00:09:20 (GMT +10) - by Agg
The trusty Dell has outlived another component. My wife has been using it as her main PC for a year or so, and on the weekend the boot SSD (an ancient Corsair 240GB) died. Reimaged onto another drive and it's good to go again.
I was surprised to hear they are still making Boeing 747s - well, until last week, they were. The delivery of N863GT marks the final 747 to fly away from Everett after 1,574 747s came off the production line. From the first 747-100 to the shortened 747SP to the most successful variant, the 747-400, to the final 747-8, Boeing’s most iconic work has exited the building at Paine Field. The building will now be repurposed for 787 rework and a fourth final assembly line for the 737 MAX. While this is the last delivery, the 747 will be around for decades to come, flying passengers between airline hubs and cargo all around the world. Discussion here.
A new Startup Accelerator is opening in Sydney. The program is being subsidised by the New South Wales government until 2025, when Techstars is expected to continue operating the accelerator program without state support. Terms of the government support package, including its total value are unclear, with Investment NSW declining to provide further information due to “commercial in confidence” reasons.
New homes in the UK will have mandatory gigabit internet. As of right now, gigabit broadband is available in over 72 percent of the UK. The new updates will mean that more people moving into new homes will have a gigabit-capable broadband connection ready when construction is completed. This will negate the need for costly and disruptive installation work after homes are built, and will enable residents to acquire the best possible internet service as soon as they move in.
Windows 8.1 has joined Windows 7 on the no-longer-supported pile. After January 10, 2023, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for Windows 8.1. You might be able to upgrade your Windows 8.1 device to a newer version of Windows, but we recommend moving to a new PC that can run Windows 11 as the best option.
HotHardware report on a 500-CPU overclocking bin test. The folks at Igor's Lab tested nearly 500 Raptor Lake CPUs spread across Intel's initial launch lineup, including the Core i9-13900K, Core i9-13900KF, Core i9-13700K, Core i7-13700KF, Core i5-13600K, and Core i5-13600K. All of those CPUs sport unlocked multipliers, as denoted by the "K" designation in the model number, while the "F" designation means Intel disabled the onboard graphics, otherwise known as the iGPU.
Boston Dynamics have a demo video of their new humanoid robot. The robot could already run and jump over complex terrain thanks to its feet. Now, the robot has hands, per se. These rudimentary grippers give the robot new life. Suddenly, instead of being an agile pack mule, the Atlas becomes something closer to a human, with the ability to pick up and drop off anything it can grab independently. Such a delicately prancing gait. I look forward to being pursued by one across a dystopian wasteland at some stage.
MUTMAN sent in this Factory idle missions timewaster. Beware, Factory idle is extremely addictive!
|Sunday Night Reviews
Sunday, 5-February-2023 23:41:59 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E HERO on TechPowerUp.
ASRock Z790 LiveMixer Motherboard on FunkyKit.
ASRock Z790 Taichi on Guru3D.
Noctua NH-D12L Low-Height CPU Cooler on NikKTech.
Corsair H170i Elite Capellix XT CPU cooler on Guru3D.
CORSAIR AF120 RGB ELITE 120 mm Fan on TechPowerUp.
Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5-6000 32GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit on Tweaktown.
KLEVV CRAS XR5 DD5-6200 CL40 on TechPowerUp.
Samsung T7 Shield 4TB Review: Fast, Rugged Portable SSD Storage on HotHardware.
Synology DS923+ SMB NAS on Tweaktown.
Cooler Master HAF 700 Computer Case on APHNetworks.
Fractal Design North Mid-Tower Chassis on Tweaktown.
CORSAIR iCUE 5000D RGB Airflow on TechPowerUp.
Forspoken Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis on Guru3D.
Creative Sound Blaster X5 Review - The Leader of the Pack on TechPowerUp.
be quiet! Dark Power 13 1000W Power Supply Unit on NikKTech.
|Thursday Morning Reviews
Thursday, 2-February-2023 00:58:35 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Yeyian Link Series 3000 Gaming Mouse on FunkyKit.
Razer Basilisk V3 Pro mouse on TechPowerUp.
Lexar Professional NM800 Pro 2TB on LanOC.
Samsung T7 Shield 4TB External SSD Review - Armored High-Capacity Portable on Tweaktown.
Icy Dock MB104U-1SMB and MB031U-1SMB EZ-Adapter on OCInside.
Sabrent Rocket nano NVMe Gen3 PCIe 2242 M.2 2TB SSD on MadShrimps.
Quick Look: FiiO JD3 Black Edition In-Ear Monitors on TechPowerUp.
Drop + EPOS H3X Wired Gaming Headset on Tweaktown.
Hollyland Lark C1 Wireless Microphone System for iPhone on ThinkComputers.
Cooler Master Mobius 120 Fan on TechPowerUp.
Cooler Master MasterLiquid PL360 Flux 30th Anniversary Edition on NeoSeeker.
DeepCool LT720 All-in-One Liquid Cooler on APHNetworks.
The Callisto Protocol: PC graphics performance benchmark analysis on Guru3D.
Forspoken: FSR 2.1 vs. DLSS Comparison on TechPowerUp.
Dead Space Benchmark Test & Performance Analysis on TechPowerUp.
Tineco Pure One S15 Pet Smart Cordless Vacuum on NikKTech.
Kingston FURY Renegade RGB 32GB DDR5-7200 CL38 Memory Kit on FunkyKit.
Seasonic G12 GC-850 850W Power Supply Unit on NikKTech.
ASUS STRIX B650E-F WIFI Gaming on Guru3D.
ASRock NUCS BOX-1360P/D4 Mini-PC on TechPowerUp.
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