The ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WIFI gets an upgrade with an overbuilt VRM, a denser PCB and more I/O for storage that can see a system built with this board hooking up to a 10GbE NAS, at Thunderbolt4 or USB3.2 Gen2x2 DAS as well as an internal SATA and M.2 RAID array, its definitely build with growing creators in mind but will people get over the fact that it does not have RGB lighting? Find out if the ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WIFI is the motherboard for you in this #B2G review.
ASUS ROG RYUJIN II 360 CPU Cooler Review: Core i9-12900K Update - Ryujin II
I've updated my review of the ROG Ryujin II AIO cooler to include testing with Intel's Core i9-12900K. Arguably, still the most compelling premium coolers around, if you're after absolute performance, this ROG x Noctua cooler is still a top choice for modern builds, especially for board-centric aesthetic without RGB fans stealing the spotlight. Read on to see if this is the AIO CPU cooler for you.
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The highly touted noise: performance king of 120mm fans gets embedded in an ASUS graphics card and with a 4-slot height, the ASUS x NOCTUA RTX 3070 is literally a big card to match the larger current retail it might have.