We hope everyone is having an amazing weekend! It is the start of August. Here is what’s going on around the web.
Cooler Master Nepton 280L Liquid Cooler Review @ Neoseeker
NZXT Kraken X31 Review @ OCC
Noctua PPC2000 and Redux Series: Color Us Impressed @ HiTech Legion
Swiftech H220-X Open Loop 240mm CPU Cooler Review @ HiTech Legion
Cryorig R1 Ultimate Cooler Review @ Technic3D
Thermalright True Spirit 140 Power CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech
Nixeus MODA Mechanical Keyboard Review @ Legit Reviews
GAMDIAS Hephaestus GHS2000 Headset Review @ Benchmark Reviews
AORUS THUNDER M7 Review @ Vortez
Kingston HyperX Cloud Review @ ocaholic
Aorus Thunder M7 MMO Gaming Mouse and Thunder P3 Gaming Mouse Pad Review @ HiTech Legion
EVGA SuperNOVA P2 1200 W @ techPowerUp
AMD A10-7800 Kaveri @ LanOC Reviews
AMD A10-7800 APU Review @ Hardware Heaven
AMD A10-7800 Kaveri APU Review @ Hardware Canucks
AMD A10-7800 Kaveri APU Review @ TechSpot
AMD A10-7800 Review @ KitGuru
ADATA XPG V3 3100MHz 8GB DDR3 Memory Kit Review @ Legit Reviews
Palit GTX 750 Ti KalmX 2 GB @ techPowerUp
Well the week is half-way over! That means the are half-way to the weekend! Here is what is going on around the web!
BitFenix Fury 550G Alchemy-Sleeved Power Supply Preview @ Benchmark Reviews
SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD (480GB) Review @ Hardware Heaven
Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series 240GB Enterprise SSD Review @ Legit Reviews
ADATA Premier Pro SP920 Review @ Vortez
GeForce GTX 660 Ti vs. GTX 750 Ti @ ocaholic
Hope that everyone is enjoying their Monday! Here is what’s going on around the web!
Superlux HD668B Headphones Review @ Benchmark Reviews
BitFenix Recon 5-Channel Touchscreen Fan Controller Review @ HiTech Legion
Noctua NH-U12S and NH-U14S CPU Coolers @ BCCHardware
Be Quiet! Dark Rock 3 CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech
Noctua redux Series Review @ Vortez
Thermaltake NiC C5 @ techPowerUp
Rosewill Capstone Modular 1000 W @ techPowerUp
SilverStone Strider Gold S ST85F-GS 850W Power Supply Review @ APH Networks
Plextor M6S PX-256M6S 256GB SSD Review @ NikKTech
Toshiba HG6 SSD Review (512GB) @ Hardware Heaven
Samsung 845DC Pro SSD 800 Gigabyte Review @ ocaholic
OCZ RevoDrive 350 Review @ Vortez
Kingston DataTraveler microDuo 32GB USB Flash Drive Review @ APH Networks
SanDisk Extreme PRO 480GB SATA SSD @ Custom PC Review
Patriot STELLAR 64GB USB/microUSB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Review @ OCC
HIS R9 280 IceQ X2 OC 3GB GDDR5 Video Card Review @ Madshrimps
Well it is the start to another week! Here is what’s going on around the web!
Keyed Up Labs KUL ES-87 Mechanical Keyboard Review @ HCW
Kingston HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset Review @ Futurelooks
Deck 108 Hassium Pro Mechanical Keyboard Review @ NikKTech
Rosewill RGB80 Mechanical “Tenkeyless” Keyboard @ BCCHardware
Antec High Current Pro Platinum 850 W @ techPowerUp
Intel Pentium G3258 Dual Core Processor Gaming Performance @ Legit Reviews
How to Find Linux CPU Usage @ OCmodshop
HIS Radeon R9 280 IceQ X² OC 3GB Video Card Review @ Benchmark Reviews
ASUS GTX 780 Strix 6 GB @ techPowerUp
ASUS Strix Radeon R9 280 3GB Review @ Hardware360
When you first install your video conferencing software or equipment, you are excited about getting started with talking to clients and colleagues through the new technology. However, before you jump in front of the camera and start calling people, it’s important to make sure you’re doing the right thing. There are some secrets you should know before your first video conference that will make it more effective and help in making sure the rest of your video conferences to come will be exactly what you and the people you’re talking to are looking for. Here are six secrets you should know.
Essentially anywhere you go in the developed world, you will notice that people seem to be obsessed with screens. People walk the streets while totally engrossed in whatever happens to be displayed on the screen of their smartphone, and if they’re forced to sit still for any amount of time, then out comes the tablet so they can watch an episode of Family Guy, play a round of Angry Birds, or read a magazine while vaguely remembering that magazines used to be made of paper.
A disorganized network can make any upgrades a challenge to complete in a timely, organized manner. However, organizing your network cables can be much simpler than you think. Imagine your network printer goes out and you have to replace it, but when you go to the cables to remove it from the network and replace it with a new one, you unplug the wrong one. Suddenly your Internet is down and all work for the day is put to a halt.
Hope everyone is enjoying their Monday! Be sure to check out our review of the NZXT HALE82 V2 550W Power Supply! Now for the news! Cases BitFenix Phenom Mini-ITX @ techPowerUp NZXT Phantom 530 Full-Tower Case Review @ Hardware360 Cooling Raijintek Pallas Low Profile CPU Cooler Review @ eTeknix Full Systems YOYOTech M-Cube WS Review […]
Linux is sometimes considered as a lighter and thrifty alternative to Mac and Windows OS, but that doesn’t mean it’s behind the two in terms of management and productivity. The OS is outpacing Windows in enterprise server revenue according to IDC’s quarterly tracker.
Software defined networks are gaining fans in the IT infrastructure business, but it has caused some controversy and debate among professionals with conflicting views about the practicality of changing the way a business works. Many argued that using the change would cause more problems than it solved, but recent products such as VMWare’s NSX appears to have overcome many of the issues that worried IT pros.
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