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News / If you have a modern Intel board, Update! if you can
« on: January 18, 2018, 07:17:29 AM »
"MSI strongly recommends its users to update their systems by downloading and applying the latest BIOS. It is recommended to review Intel’s Security Advisory, for more information, including appropriate identification and mitigation measures."

https://www.realhardwarereviews.com/msiupdate/

MSi has updated Bios's for most of their Z370 2xx 1xx x99 x299 boards. If you're running one of these boards make sure to hit the link on our news post to get your update, if you have other brands many of them have posted updates as well.

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Thanks for the review. Wish I had this gpu. It would definetly be on my short list, depending on price, when it comes time to upgrade.

FYI, I think the first sentence of the first 2 paragraphs are missing words: “...and these who does...” and “On the surface this really not all...”.

Thanks for the heads up, think I corrected to what he meant :)

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On the bench today we have the ASUS STRIX GTX 1070 O8G GAMING


Review: Asus Strix GTX 1070

“The ASUS STRIX GTX 1070 08G is the very epitome of what all NVIIDIA GTX 1070's should strive to be. That is to say a great value that makes it rather difficult to justify spending more money for a 1080-series card.”

Twitter: Like and Retweet GTX1070 Post
Facebook: Like and Share GTX1070 Post

Special inclusion for forum only a photo that did not make it into the review of the glow ;)




PS we also did some mining testing (sadly from DEC Soul moved in DEC so was way behind on posting this all my bad)



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This one should be the bang for buck champ for a little while.

Thanks for the review!

Fully agree. We cannot wait to review the 1 and 2 TB versions.

Thanks for your comment, Have a great day

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Rants and Raves / Re: General Rants Section
« on: January 10, 2018, 06:06:27 AM »
Today it's so cold and windy in my city that while I walked to work my beard kept freezing :S

Not cool Alberta not cool.

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Crucial MX500 500GB

The very fact that Crucial was able to charge the same price per Gigabyte as the last generation just underscores who fantastic a value the new MX500 really is. Mix in performance that punches way above its weight and it is obvious that Crucial really outdid themselves.

Earning both our Real Deal and Innovation Awards the Crucial MX500 is a “No-Brainer” in our minds



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Welcome to Real Hardware Reviews / Re: Massive front page changes coming
« on: January 08, 2018, 09:41:20 AM »
Major update .2

Site is online all links appear to be working
we have followed up on a lot of requests and got things working well

only having some issues with RSS feeds and the store/contact/about sections are not online yet

more to come soon :)

Update.21 almost can call this 1.0 as things are moving as they should now

RSS fixed, contact fixed and there

just need store and contact and think we are good to call it a month :D

great work RX00 from all of us

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Welcome to Real Hardware Reviews / Re: Massive front page changes coming
« on: January 08, 2018, 09:09:10 AM »
Major update .2

Site is online all links appear to be working
we have followed up on a lot of requests and got things working well

only having some issues with RSS feeds and the store/contact/about sections are not online yet

more to come soon :)

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Today on the bench we have the Logitech MX Ergo Ball mouse
"It really is a great update to Logitech's illustrious trackball history and we look forward to a '2.0' model that has all the bugs worked out"

Logitech MX Ergo, Ergo plus vs M570 vs Elecom Battle of the Balls



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Repair Guides DIY / Basics to troubleshooting PC & Windows Issues
« on: January 08, 2018, 07:46:04 AM »
For some reasons many people do not know the basics of the basics to windows "Slow" or "Glitches without error"

Basic first two things does not matter the version of windows "CMD" is your friend.

Repair 1 (Check Disk)
Hit the windows key or start/run
Type CMD, right click command prompt and run as admin
in the new screen make sure C drive or a prefix of it is selected if not type "C:" then enter
Now type "chkdsk/f" and then "yes"
Reboot
During the reboot the system will fix it's minor HDD related issues if it can.

Repair 2 SFC (Fixing windows issues)
Hit the windows key or start/run
Type CMD, right click command prompt and run as admin
in the new screen make sure C drive or a prefix of it is selected if not type "C:" then enter
Now Type "Sfc/scannow" this will take some time so you can do other issues while it runs
It should find minor and some major windows issues and fix them.

Now for a dedicated issue I run into all the time (Start button does dick all)
hit Windows key"Does nothing"
Right-click the taskbar click task manager
Click Details tab
find explorer.exe right click it and end task
Then click file run new task, then type "Explorer.exe"
Now the start button works again YAY life is grand

now if you have some quick fixes or suggestions please post them here lets get this DIY area a bit more helpful

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Everything Hardware / Should I review it? $2 GPU
« on: January 08, 2018, 07:08:42 AM »
Unopened gpu from 10 years back
got it for $2 CAD


Should I do a video and struggle with using it for "gaming"?

What do we think?

thanks

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Gallery / New Office Reno
« on: January 08, 2018, 07:06:37 AM »
So moved in over a month back and have been getting into the reno heavily the last few days.

Before I moved in:




Move in:




Now the changes are starting

(Above there is no power in my office yet so as you can see I ran the cords through the wall and same with my network cables :P


Cleared off above wall need to remove this wall completely to move it up a few feet


Put up the door "Kinda" its bolted in but not fitted yet and that wall has to come down so... a little bit of a waste of time but meh haha


Sadly the wall goes into another so it will need to be cut out and modified before moved but might have to pay someone to do this

Need to still get the new outlets and my Cat6 keystones and stuff that were ordered a year back from NCIX but guess since they went under I will have to go elsewhere.
  • Outlets
  • Insulation
  • Drywall
  • Green Glue
  • Resilent chambers
  • Resilent clips
  • Green Calking
  • The Wall moved

Once above is done I will them create a floating desk on 3 walls 1 for builds and a corner desk for my main rig

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Everything Hardware / Re: ViewSonic VA2719-2K: cheap 1440p, worth it?
« on: January 07, 2018, 07:46:11 AM »
Yeah I don’t get it. Every other monitor similar is quite a bit more $.

Tempted.

I have been oddly seeing some great lcds show up for cheap but most are openbox or refurbished. This still sounds like a good Deal. If you do get it keep us posted on how it is.

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Everything Hardware / Re: ViewSonic VA2719-2K: cheap 1440p, worth it?
« on: January 06, 2018, 01:15:02 PM »
That actually does not look bad at all. I remember spending like $600 on a similar spec screen a few years back

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Guest and Other Site Reviews / Re: MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium review
« on: January 05, 2018, 03:27:23 PM »


MSI’s version built around its “Gaming” PCB brings more to the table than your average GPU. A nice beefy 10 phase power delivery system built with Military Class components for durability and cooled by MSI’s TwinFrozr VI cooling system. Pair that with MSI’s AfterBurner software and you have a nice overclocking experience that won’t leave you disappointed. With the lower base clocks, it makes the overclocking potential much more impressive.

Here's a link to the new Nvidia 1070 Ti review

Thanks again for sharing your article feel free to share more if you would like

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