With an asking price of £/$ 79.99, it's not a cheap "no-frills" mouse. The price puts it in stiff competition, but what it offers for the asking price is excellent, with its excellent hardware choices and an aesthetic you love or find boring, and if the latter, find something better suited. Would I spend my own money on this? Absolutely!
Ducky has a reputation for consistently making some of the best mechanical keyboards you can buy, with the quality you've come to love and trust with, typically, a higher cost-to-match.
It’s great to see as expected thermal performance from the GELID Rev. 5 Tranquillo as it does exactly what it says on the box, a no-frills cooler that offers 150w TDP of cooling performance! Remember though, that being said, an overclocked CPU often has a lot more than the stock TDP listed on the websites, with our Intel i5 13600k having a max boost TDP of 181w, at 100% fan speed then, the cooler outdid itself and managed to cool it, at a couple of degrees below TJ max. So anything below an Intel 13600k and this cooler will do you just fine!
Thermaltake has introduced a new CTE Form Factor which rotates the entire PC 90 degrees internally and there was plenty of space which made installing components inside it a good, simple experience.
If you’re looking for a decent flagship spec mesh Wi-Fi kit, that comes with Wi-Fi 6E (AXE) out of the box with an excellent range at around 7500 ft² (696 m²), awesome performance with quad-band connectivity, supports 200 concurrent connected devices, looks great and just plain works with minimal configuration then the Orbi RBKE963 should make your shortlist, providing you're willing to pay for it.
So, the Thermaltake SWAFAN EX 12 and 14 RGB PC fan kits perform well in the cooling department and have a decent software package designed around them that is simple and easy to use. It’s fair to say that these are some of the nicest looking and brightest RGB fans money can buy.
The TOUGHPOWER GF3 ARGB 850w power supply from Thermaltake is an 80PLUS Gold unit with the latest Intel ATX 3.0 spec and a 16-pin PCIe Gen 5.0 power connector
Overall, the Kingston Fury RENEGADE RGB 6800MT/s gets a big thumbs up from us. It’s aesthetically pleasing, with silver and black styling, and has decent XMP 3.0 performance at 6800MT/s, with the ability to run a slower XMP profile for AMD's 7000 series CPUs.
Thermaltake is well known for their radiator fan kits with the SWANFAN and TOUGHFAN range, and for a short time now I've been saying that they need to complement these with airflow fans that you can use as a case fan. Today they've answered my prayers with the CT120 & CT140 ARGB (and non-ARGB) dual fan kits.
Thermaltake bring the View 300 MX Snow case to the review table, sporting swappable front panels for Airflow preferences, two large 200mm RGB fans and some useful design features.