Category - Reviews

XFX Mercury Radeon RX 7900 XTX Magnetic Air 24 GB Review – Change the fans and cool down to the freezing point

For the XFX Mercury RX 7900 XTX Magnetic Air 24 GB, the manufacturer opens up the really big cutlery box and plays with Lego technology, so to speak. Compared to the MBA card (made by AMD), the Vapor-Chamber works perfectly and does exactly what is expected of it. Even in the most peculiar living and installation situations. In combination with a [...]


A decent ATX 3.1 power supply for under 50 euros? Why the Deepcool PL550D 550 Watts (almost) manages it!

The Deepcool PL550D currently costs around 49 euros, making it the cheapest (almost) ATX v3.1 power supply on the market, even if it is advertised as ATX 3.0. This price would still be very low even for ATX power supplies of the previous generation. However, although the maximum output is limited to 550W, this device can withstand power peaks of [...]


ASUS MX25AQ test – what can you expect after seven years of use?

Today we’re taking a look at a monitor that has already been in service for a few years. The ASUS MX25AQ has a QHD panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440p on just 25 inches. You don’t necessarily have to do this, but if you like high PPI values, the 117 ppi would certainly appeal to you. According to Geizhals, the IPS panel was [...]


Nintendo goes all Asus: “Service” as a goldmine, a double cycle of goods for cheated customers and a defective cent component. Not like that!

When normal sales are no longer enough, companies naturally like to look for other lucrative sources of income. Today’s article will show you how this can easily be done and proves once again that companies like Asus or Samsung are just the tip of the iceberg that can cause your wallet to sink with a big crash. Let’s say you have a [...]


Geekom A8 Mini-PC in test – A Ryzen 8945HS at the physical limit

Today we are taking a look at the direct successor to the Geekom A7, which comes with largely identical key data and a CPU upgrade. So much remains the same, but you can potentially look forward to more performance and improvements in terms of AI cores. So let’s find out how much of the paper translates into reality! Click here for the [...]


Slime in the GPU water block and white crystals in the radiator – about plasticizers, corrosion and the wrong materials | Investigative

Today’s case comes from the community and a lengthy investigation was necessary because there were actually two causes of the pollution at the same time. I will describe my process, the measurements and also the conclusions in chronological order and it also shows once again how important it is to know the connections and not just speculate [...]