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News / BIOSTAR Announces A68N-5600 SoC Motherboard for SFF and HTPCs
« on: June 21, 2017, 06:54:33 AM »
At $64.99 the A68n-5600 maybe BIOSTAR clearing through old hardware but does get the job done for a low cost media center

« on: June 20, 2017, 11:28:52 AM »
MSI announces their new Geforce GTX1080 TI Lightning Z


MSI is proud to officially announce the latest of its legendary LIGHTNING graphics cards. Built to be perfect, the new GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti LIGHTNING Z combines cutting edge new technology with proven features such as TRI-FROZR design with TORX 2.0 Fans, SuperPipe technology and Military Class 4 components. The GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti LIGHTNING Z is nothing short of an engineering masterpiece.

News / COLORFUL Launches Mini PC at COMPUTEX
« on: June 07, 2017, 07:04:56 AM »
June 7th, 2017, Shenzhen, China – COLORFUL, a leading brand of computer motherboard and graphics, unveiled its latest Mini PC product. Mr. Wan Shan, Chairman of COLORFUL, together with Intel executives Mr. Anand Srivatsa, General Manager of Desktop Platform Group, Client Computing Group, and Mr. Jason Chen, Vice President of Sales and Marketing Group and Managing Director of Asia Tech Ecosystem attended the product launch at the COLORFUL booth at COMPUTEX 2017.
In the beginning of 2017, Intel Sales and Marketing Group awarded the 2016 Innovation Award to COLORFUL to recognize the innovation from COLORFUL with its motherboard products featuring Intel's latest chipset. COLORFUL’s iGame series mid-and-high-end products were also well-received by users after three years of continuous development including COLORFUL’s "Gamer-Customization" product vision which involves integrating a large number of user feedback in its product design and has been winning the hearts of gamers. COLORFUL is working with Intel to create the next generation Mini PC. COLORFUL’s first STX motherboard unveiled not only comes with a huge range of features but also offers scalability despite its compact size of 155*156mm.
Many COMPUTEX visitors and media were impressed by how small the COLORFUL Mini PC is without sacrificing performance. Mr. Anand Srivatsa noted that as one of the premium motherboard vendors working with Intel chipsets, COLORFUL’s products have been performing well and noted that demand for its products have been growing in both domestic and global markets. COLORFUL is also working closely with Intel bring the latest Intel technologies to market. The newly unveiled Mini PC is just the first step, as COLORFUL and Intel will continue to collaborate to deliver next generation Mini PC products in the future.
Founder and chairman of COLORFUL, Mr. Wan Shan has been leading the company for 20 years, from a startup into a major tech brand with strong R&D capabilities and a range of production lines. COLORFUL’s 2017 business strategy is to be more successful in the global market. COLORFUL has been marching from manufacturer to “integrated solution provider” in the coming years based on advanced technology and products with powerful computing capabilities. COLORFUL is integrating its existing product lines with the latest technology to provide integrated services for users of the future. The future Mini PC will perform like a desktop computer but in a more compact form factor. COLORFUL will continue to innovate and grow together with Intel, Mr. Wan Shan noted.

The new COLORFUL Mini PC is powered by 7th-generation Intel Core processor and Intel® B250 chipset with dual channel DDR4 2400mhz memory (2 SO-DIMM slots) up to 32GB. Its expansion slots contain one M.2 (E key/ 2230) WiFi + BT module slot, one M.2 slot for Intel® Optane™ memory support, and one M.2 (E key/ 2242) Thunderbolt™ slot. Its front I/O interface comes with one earphone jacket and two USB 3.0 ports (one of them in Type-C specification); the rear I/O interface contains VGA + HDMI + DP combo (design for full video output compatibility), one USB3.0 and 2.0 respectively, and Intel Gigabit I219V LAN port.

News / Computex 2017 News So Far
« on: May 23, 2017, 12:29:43 PM »

To try and get a grip on all the Computex news we threw all the current articles we have into one simple place.

Real Hardware Reviews / Xiaomi Redmi 4 Review
« on: May 15, 2017, 06:46:55 AM »
Redmi 4 Review

If you’re considering a new phone do not hesitate to check out the Xiaomi line of phones and if you want to buy one right away please hit up our affiliate link as these really help us keep the site going as well as we can push some great giveaways sooner than later.

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Real Hardware Reviews / Ryzen Infinity Fabric
« on: May 08, 2017, 07:49:40 AM »
Does Ram speed matter with Infinity Fabric on the new Ryzen Architecture? We find out

How to Bitcoin for Beginners

Due to the fact I have been getting slammed with request on how to setup and start making money with Bitcoins I decided to write a little guide.

I know there are most likely better and more profitable ways but this is by far one of the easiest way to get started.

If you yourself mine or looking for any advice or suggestions make sure to comment here.


I wanted to hate this phone so much, got it and thought "It's so cheap for a new unlocked phone there is no way it can do what my S7 does"

Damn I was wrong. The Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime and International are epic phones. If photo quality is your biggest concern then pass on this phone as it is it's main failure.

But if not having to worry your phone for 72 hours is your thing with constant use then the Redmi 4 must be considered

Have a epic week all

Custom / Project my sons first gaming rig
« on: April 19, 2017, 09:00:43 PM »
Well over the last week I have been parting together a nice little rig for my son but the issue is we do not have much space for it.

So I grabbed one of the dell 390's (I have a pallet worth of them think it's 15 all free that were getting tossed.

Specs at stock
i3 2100
2gb ddr3
no hdd
no gpu
dvd drive
broken side pannel

Work that has been done
i3 3220
8GB ddr3
256GB Msata ssd (sorry Supa this is why I could not give you it :P)
GTX 750 ti
thinking of no DVD drive and watercooling
Plexi side pannel needs much more work but getting there

need to sand that plexi more but the mounts should work I made and not look half bad

Going to cover the cables with a plexi cover that is a bent L and plasticoat it but etch out his name and light that up with blue LED's

It wont win any speed records but a video on it will get going live when done

hope you enjoy and any comments or recommendations throw them in here

Also will paint the whole case when I am done something flashy kids like flashy

Real Hardware Reviews / MSi X370 SLI Plus Review
« on: April 19, 2017, 08:23:05 AM »

If you're looking to build a AM4 rig and want the best but don't have a unlimited cash supply the Msi X37 SLI Plus maybe the best option for you

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Any donation made goes into the site for reviews and giveaways.

If you have any suggestions please mention them here. Also we will throw some Patreon giveaways live soon as well.

Thank you everyone and have a epic day.


Had a few more tests planned but something horrible happened at the end of the video that will explain why it was cut short


Today on the tech bench we have the full Ryzen 7 AMD lineup as well as intels best CPU's to see who comes out on top

"With unfortuante regularity Intel has been the dominate player the high-end mainstream and enthusiast corner of the markets for the past couple generations. This is because much like what Intel did with their Pentium 4 series… AMD went down a CPU design road that did not quite pan out like they had hoped it would. Don’t get us wrong AMD’s Bulldozer based designs (like the Excavator) were fantastic value CPUs but they never were able to quite match Intel’s latest and greatest. This lack of true competition is why Intel has gotten downright miserly with their performance improvements in each new generation. So much so that when looking only at Intel 115x CPUs its pretty darn hard to justify upgrading from a Z87 Haswell system to a Z270 Kaby Lake system! Intel’s socket 2011-v3 is even worse with prices that are so high you need a mortgage to afford them."

Clash of the Titans: AMD Ryzen R7 vs Intel 6950X, 6900K & 7700K

Giveaway found here: HyperX Stinger Giveaway

Today we put 3 great headsets head to head and test them all out, honestly the mic quality of all 3 is okay nothing amazing compared to a standalone microphone. The Revolver S sound card definitely lowers the volume to cut out the low hums and buzz sound even at highest volume. Also it can be noted it does change your voice a lot over talking in person or standalone mics.

Zero Audio edits were done no boosts or anything.

I personally sponsored out of pocket a giveaway to celebrate my good friend RamboPanda's recent 1200k sub moment.

Don't miss out on the giveaway found here 1200+ grains of salt SSD giveaway

You could win a Crucial MX300 275GB SSD

The same as the ones we reviewed recently

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