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Modder Spotlight: Robert Butry "Shadow of the Tomb Raider"

Modder Spotlight: Robert Butry "Shadow of the Tomb Raider"
We always look for mesmerizing mods and not only here in the USA but all over the world. Some say that modding is a dying art but we certainly don't see it that way. In fact, we see modding communities pop up all over the world that are able to produce unique and unbelievable mods. In our recent search for …

Crucial BX500 960 GB SSD Review

Crucial BX500 960 GB SSD Review
In today's market, SSDs are becoming so cheap that they are much less of a luxury and more of a standard. Both SATA and NVMe SSDs have come down in price. SSDs, in general, have become so affordable that it's now possible to replace all your mechanical hard drives with SSDs for a reasonable price.  Whether it’s just a …

Cooler Master Case Mod World Series 2019 Starts Now!

Cooler Master Announces Case Mod World Series 2019: Celebrating the Event’s 10 Year Anniversary
It is hard to believe that 2019 will be the 10th Anniversary of the Cooler Master Case Mod World Series. The world’s largest modding contest is bigger than ever. Celebrating a decade of dedication to the modding community, Cooler Master has announced the Case Mod World Series 2019 (CMWS19). Cooler Master raised the winnings to recognize the inspiring commitment that …

be Quiet! Dark Rock Slim 180W TDP CPU Cooler Review

Dark Rock Slim 180W
Lots of people are starting to step away from Air coolers these days, myself included. With numerous All in One liquid coolers on the market, it’s hard to stay away from the performance they have to provide and let’s not forget the RGB. But Air cooling is still widely used among enthusiasts. Legends such as the Cooler Master Hyper 212 …

Asustor AS4004T NAS Review

Asustor AS4004T
Every month we see a greater demand for faster file sharing devices that can support higher capacities. Let’s face it, 1Gbps connectivity inside of your house is slowly dying. The next step up from 1Gbps speeds is 10Gbps. I remember a few years ago 10Gbe networking wasn’t affordable for your average household and only enterprise companies were able to afford …

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