Keychron started as a Kickstarter project under the name of Keytron in 2017, formed by a group of 3 keyboard...
DeepCool's LS520 is a great cooler which provides top-tier cooling performance at a budget price. Featuring the 4th generation of DeepCool's in-house water pump design, the LS520 provides performance similar to AIOs twice as expensive at a very reasonable price of $109.99 USD. Unless you need a fancy LCD screen on your cooler, there's no reason to look at any other AIO in this author's opinion.
DeepCool has created a great product with the LS720. Featuring the 4th generation of DeepCool's in-house water pump design, the LS720 provides cooling performance of up to 8c+ better than it's previous generation AIOs. At $149 it provides a great value, providing performance similar to coolers which cost $50+ more.
I genuinely enjoyed testing MSI's GK50 Elite. I'm giving this keyboard our Gold Award because I can't mash my fingertips on it, I can type fairly fast on it, and it's lower height means a wrist rest isn't a necessity. Combine all of the above with it's budget price tag of $69.99, and the GK50 Elite provides a value that's hard to beat.
MSI's CoreLiquid K360 provided better than expected performance when testing Intel's i9-12900k, and kept it cool in scenarios most other coolers fail. Alder Lake’s thermal density makes cooling high TDP loads a lot harder than cooling previous generation CPUs, and the MSI K360 CoreLiquid rises to the challenge.
In multi-threaded tasks the 12700 is just shy (~8%) of AMD's Ryzen 5900x on average, and a bit faster (~16%) in single threaded tasks. Cooling it is easy, and for most users the included stock cooler will actually suffice in most tasks - although it does run a bit noisy. With an expected retail price of ~$350, the i7 12700 packs a great value - especially when paired with a b660 motherboard. It's crazy to think that for the price of a 5900x, you can get this CPU and a motherboard
These are the quietest keyboards that I have personally tested, and that alone makes them great for office use - these models are also very comfortable to type on, even for long periods of time - unlike other mechanical keyboards which can give you finger strain if you mash your fingertips for too long. The build quality is phenomenal and extremely sturdy, like that of a steel baseball bat.
MSI's MEG CoreLiquid S280 has top tier cooling performance, and is one of the few coolers I would recommend for overclocking Alder Lake
DeepCool's KG722 is a quality 65% keyboard that provides a great typing experience and has a very sturdy build quality - I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to get their first mechanical keyboard.
The $619.99 i9-12900k provides incredible uplifts in both gaming and productivity, while the $299.99 i5-12600k is the star of the show providing better overall performance than Intel's i9-10900k and uses significantly less power to do so.