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XFX Force Passively Cooled RX 460

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I would like to thank XFX Force for providing me this GPU for review purposes. Here are some of the specifications below. Features: • Microsoft® Windows® 10 Support • Microsoft® DirectX™ 12 Support • FinFET 14nm Technology • GCN 4th Generation Architecture • AMD Virtual Super Resolution (VSR) • AMD[…]

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XFX Radeon R7 370 4GB OC DD GPU

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I’d like to thank XFX for providing two of these GPUs for review purposes and for my upcoming project. One of them has been installed in charity PC build. This GPU is great for a HTPC build and low to mid range gaming. It runs very stable and quiet during[…]

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XFX Radeon R9 380 4GB OC DD GPU

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I have been using this GPU for approximately two weeks and I am very satisfied with its features and dependability. It is a medium to high gaming GPU depending on hardware requirements per video game title. I was surprised on how compact it is, it can also be used in[…]

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TtMod Sleeved Cable Set for PSU

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From my experience with a previous known brand individually braised PSU extension cable set, the sleeve was made of a soft fabric like material which was prone to get dirty easily (especially with bright/light colors). It was too flexible to were it did not maintain desired form/result and when curving[…]

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XFX XTR850 Fully Modular PSU

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Initial thoughts on XFX XTR850: Very affordable price with a solid quality look and feel. Fully modular cables, all are flat with the exception of the 20+4 pin motherboard cable. Cables are all black so no rainbow colors and length is sufficient for MITX, MATX and ATX PC builds (up[…]

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Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 AIO

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This is not my first AIO however it is my very first 360 and I would like to thank Thermaltake for granting me with this opportunity. Usually I like to stick with air coolers because of my concerns with possible leakage. However I decided for both aesthetic and possible OC[…]

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My TT Core X31 – Mid Tower PC Case

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This is one of two X31s PC cases that Thermaltake kindly provided to me towards my FortCon special project. It is also the very first case I’ve owned that has a PSU cover. Despite its size and width it is pretty light, this doesn’t mean that material is not of[…]

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My HyperX Predator 240GB PCIe SSD

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I acquired the 480 GB version of this PCIe/M.2 SSD which has faster read and write speeds. And even though this version has lower write speeds my thoughts remain the same, it’s still a great investment. Please see previous post here: My HyperX Predator PCIe SSD. Please see the following screenshot[…]

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My XFX Force Radeon R9 390X GPU

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My Thoughts So Far: The XFX Force R9 390x is my second ever “high end” GPU and I am very thankful for them to allow me to experience it. My first one was the Nano, I am surprised that the “coil whine” on this GPU is not as audible as[…]

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My HyperX Predator PCIe SSD

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Just wanted to share brief thoughts on my experience so far with my HyperX Predator PCIe 480 GB SSD. It is noticeably faster than your typical SSD, it frees up space since SATA data and power cables are not needed making it better for airflow and cable management which makes[…]

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My Silencio 352 Part II

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It is that time again, I have decided to begin the mod process for my Cooler Master Silencio 352. I plan to visit a local paint shop to get a quote towards a custom paint job and if not within budget I will paint myself (color to be decided). I[…]

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My Cooler Master Mini 110

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Usually bigger is “better” when it comes to most things and if you build your own PC system you’ll hear this as well. However from my experience, I’ve had issues when traveling with a PC build that is either too large to take as carry or that could not be[…]

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My FSP Group 450W Micro ATX12V PSU

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This recently arrived and will be using towards my secondary PC build which will go along with primary personal setup. I will be sharing a build parts log soon. I want to thank FSP Group USA for kindly supplying me with this PSU, I w will share my experience with[…]

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My XFX Force R9 Nano

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“AMD’s most advanced and innovative GPU line to date, AMD Radeon™ R9 Nano graphics delivers the highest GPU memory bandwidth ever for unparalleled 4K and VR gaming. Push your settings to the max with your ideal screen resolution and config (6K gameplay using AMD Eyefinity technology is no problem), and[…]

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My Silencio 352 [Part I]

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For the upcoming LAN events that I can drive to like FortLAN, LANFest and QuakeCon I decided to upgrade my PC build form factor to M-ITX to M-ATX and Cooler Master USE has kindly provided me with some of the hardware towards this build. The case is the Silencio 352 ,[…]

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Cooler Master Storm Mizar

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Overview: “Inspired by classic, right handed, and ergonomic styles, CM Storm Mizar is a gaming mouse with natural contoured grip design for maximum comfort. Outlast the competition regardless of your hand size or grip style. The ergonomic shape encourages a firm and comfortable grip that feels more natural in your[…]

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Cooler Master QuickFire XTi

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Overview: “The Quick Fire XTi mechanical gaming keyboard by Cooler Master is the ultimate in minimal design and sleek simplicity. Luxurious UV coated keys include a streamlined multicolor per-key backlighting system built with 100% Authentic Cherry MX switches. Plug and play design ensures color, backlighting modes, profiles and macros are[…]

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My MSI 970A Krait Edition

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So I finally got a motherboard with a different color scheme that I am used to and that will go along with a white PC chassis. This is the motherboard I will be using for my PC LAN build along with a FX 8370 which was kindly provided by @Samshaw71 of[…]

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BitFenix Aegis Release

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Intro: AEGIS features a beautiful rounded shield-inspired front with the same ICON logo display featured on Pandora, and a sporty fresh design all around. It comes in black, white and 3 vibrant colors (red, blue, yellow) and supports an impressive amount of fans and radiators: up to 8 120mm fans[…]

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My CM Elite 110- AMD Kaveri Build

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I have finally completed my M-ITX APU PC build which will be used as a HTPC. I would like to thank Cooler Master for providing me with both CM Elite 110 M-ITX chassis and CM Seidon 120v CPU (water) cooler and AMD @Samshaw71 for providing me with an A10 7850k[…]

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