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TURTLE BEACH – ELITE ATLAS AERO Review

If you are looking for a wireless headset that is feature rich, low priced and actually sounds like headsets worth 2x as much, check out the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Aero Wireless.
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SILICON POWER P34A60GB M.2 Review

QUIRKY YET COMPLIMENTARY ADDITION TO SP’S LINE-UP
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Crucial X8 Portable SSD Review

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The Crucial X8 Portable SSD series may not be a perfect fit for everyone and every scenario, but it does come closer than nearly any other device in recent memory.

Arctic Freezer 34 eSports DUO Review

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Arctic really knows how to do value right. Usually value means trading off the upfront cost for mediocrity in some other areas (aesthetics, ease of use, noise, etc.).

INWIN A1 PLUS Review

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Though the A1 Plus is not perfect it is damn close. InWin has really brought their A game to the A1 Series of cases. Even if you are not a RGB fan the ARGB is truly beautiful and simple to setup and use.
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    Awesome giveaway! Thanks and good luck everyone!
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    Payment acceptable (EMT, Crypto and Paypal) (paypal will get a extra $5 charge for fees) All Items ship from Alberta (Calgary Area) Warranty on all devices is still at least 6 months remaining and I will personally cover a 3 month swap out warranty for equal or greater value. Shipping is through Canada Post tracked and normally will be $20 for item with box but for items only in smaller boxes are usually only $15. Thank you EVGA RTX 2070 08G-P4-1071-KR Brown EVGA Box as they are Return from RMA's $375 obo all sold more soon maybe haha Evga 1080 FTW card only $325 EVGA GTX 1070 FTW dual 8 pin With Box $225 OBO EVGA GTX 1070 SC Single 8 pin with box $225 obo Aorus GTX 1070 single 8 pin and 6 pin power $230 obo with packaging Gigabyte G1 GTX 1070 single 8 Pin $230 obo with packaging Strix GTX1070 Gaming Single 8 pin $230 with Packaging obo MSI Gaming X GTX1070 With box Single 6 pin and Single 8 pin $230 obo Asus Strix RX 570 4GB with box and all accessories LNIB $100 obo GPU's with no packaging and more used but cleaned and tested Asus Strix GTX 1070 Card only $ 210 Gigabyte G1 GTX 1070 Card only $210 Aorus GTX 1070 Card only $210 Motherboards Asus Prime Z270-A with i/o Shield $80 Asus Prime Z270-A with i/o Shield with Pentium G4600 $100 Above boards with i3 7100 +50 Much more listed soon
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    Whats your price point? if you give us your budget and what you mostly use your pc for we can help you with options, plus what country?
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    OK, thats pretty cool. Can't wait to see what you do with it. have fun!
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    Hmm not sure but I do have a z270 asus prime I can test and see if I can figure out the sync with corsair icue. I'll give it a shot this weekend and get back to you
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    The only thing to make sure is if the white is in a cylindrical grey container, that is Extreme and not good for PETG. Otherwise I'm not familiar with packaging changes with the rest. You could always send Mayhems an email to confirm before you buy.
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    Good luck everybody, thanks for the chance to win!
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    This bad boy was made from dumpster dive parts, old mining parts and free random parts. I3 7100 Prime H270 plus asus mobo 4gb ddr4 2133 120gb Kingston ssd 250gb sata HDD Rx 460 4gb xfx gpu 350w psu Rig loaded up windows 10 fine now updating then going to use this board for 2 videos. 1 to do with building and selling used systems. The other to do with a improvement of basic compound over intel stock compound from whenever this board and CPU were merged into one haha. More updates to come soon
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    Nice. I wonder if my local recycling place would do something like that. I would love to put together random computers for the fun of it. cover ces and Christmas...that’s going to be a few bucks. Good luck!
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    Question 1 junk parts, they came from a ecycler toss out near my work being the case and psu, they also got me a bunch of other parts including the ram and board plus CPU from a contact they had that did the same mass mining rig order my work did so it was pretty much free, traded some parts. 460 was from my mining rig same with ssd and small HDD was from the recyclers to. Today during testing CPU never even hit 70c with stock compound still. Question 2 plans, either sell or donate need to pay down a lot of stuff plus cover ces and Xmas so gotta sell a few rigs. Test 1 with this will be "how much does new compound help temps?" Can a I3 7100 and Rx 460 4gb game? Then a selling of the rig video most likely. Have another very similar rig to this one in a nicer case with a Rx 570 I will be selling as well.
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    Nice one. Out of curiosity, I get the “old mining parts”, but where did you acquire “dumpster dive” and “free random” parts? Should be a great basic build for someone later. What’s the long term plan for it?
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