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The Cool and Colourful LEPA CHOPPER ADVANCE Fan Case

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Appearance is now a feature of importance when it comes to computer hardware. The LEPA CHOPPER ADVANCE case fan is a clear example of this with the fan router illuminated by red, blue, green or white LED lights. The red, blue and green models have a black exterior, while the white model has a matching frame. Putting visuals at the forefront, the CHOPPER ADVANCE fan case has 30 lighting modes. These lighting modes cannot be user-customized, however they do cycle through all 30 modes continuously. Functionality is just as important as appearance. The design is not just for looks, but...

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A Gaming Motherboard to Add to Your Wishlist - AORUS GA-Z270X – Gaming 5

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AORUS has introduced a high-end gaming motherboard known as the GA-Z270X – Gaming 5. This brand of motherboards seems to cater to gamers who want the added experience while gaming along with the improved performance of a motherboard. A feature of the GA-Z270X – Gaming 5 that definitely adds to the gaming experience is the customizable RGB lighting from LED lights surrounding the board. Multiple lights allow for the display of different colours at once. Lighting effects include the display of one colour or the cycling of the board’s 16.8 million colour spectrum. The light display can also synchronize with...

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The Awaited Intel Core i7 – 7700K Desktop Chip

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 If you’re looking for a chip upgrade, the Intel Core i7 – 7700K may peak your interest. The Intel Core i7 – 7700K is Intel’s new LGA1151 CPU. It’s a quad-core processor with Hyper-Threading of up to 8 threads simultaneously which will make for smooth computer operation during multiple tasks. It also has 8MB of Smart Cache to share cache memory, an 8GTps DMI 3.0 link for data transfer and a dual channel memory controller for improved performance. The core clock also has a base speed of 4.2GHz. This chip’s bandwidth is 38.4GBps and can support up to 16PCIe 3.0...

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CL4100 Series: CL4111 Client SSD

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With the PNY CL4111 SSD drive, you can expect greater data input and output while using less power. This drive uses a lower level of power when idle which maximizes power use for the device. What you’ll notice with this driver is the longer battery life. Space is important when it comes to drives. This type of drive provides 240 GB, 480 GB and 980GB capacities with stability and dependency, as a result of Sandforce DuraWrite hardware.  PNY promises exceptional performance and increased security features with the high read speed that can reach up to 540MBs and random read speeds...

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I Tried Microsoft’s Oculus Rift and Loved It!

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On July 7, 2015 I attended the ASI Tech Expo where many technology companies introduced their new devices and services to their partners. It was exciting to visit the booths and listen to the seminars of a few of Canada’s leader technology companies. Vendors like ASUS, Huawei, Lenovo, NVIDIA, Gigabyte and Intel were in attendance, just to name a few. I was quite impressed with the passion these companies had to create the best product for businesses and for the end-user. They also did not fail to appease attendees when it came to innovations and advancements of previous hardware. Though...

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