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SILICON POWER A55 M.2 1TB Review

Thanks to its M.2 2280 form-factor the A55 series also appears to be tailor made for NUC’s, older laptops, and similar small form-factor devices.
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Accelero III VS Kraken G12

Epic GPU Deal - Repairing and Upgrading Asus Strix Cards
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Arctic Z1 Gen 3 Review

The Z1 was a simple install and setup and works very nicely, the hub is simple but sleek and in all reality, Arctic did a great job.
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TRIBIT FLYBUDS Review

DURABILITY MEETS USABILITY
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SILICON POWER BLAST PLUG BP82 Review

In either case we consider the Blast Plug BP82s to be a great addition to Silicon Powers current wireless earbud lineup.
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    A very random purchase for me today. I was looking at a local auction site and ended up getting an ex government hp elite 8200 sff with 4gb ram, i5 2400, 22" FHD monitor, keyboard and mouse, dvi and dp cables for $70 ($82 after auction fees). The only thing missing was an hdd, so I grabbed a cheap sandisk plus 120gb for $65 after tax locally. It had a win 7 pro key in it, which just validated a win 10 pro install :) . No idea what it will be used for yet, but I love a deal. On the table opened up: The HDD caddy went with the drive, so a quick Velcro mod for the ssd: Cleaned out and ready to close up: Good to go:
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