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Archive for December 11th, 2018

Evercool WC-202 @ Rbmods

RBmods have just posted a review of the Evercool WC-202 "Today we are taking a closer look on one of Evercool’s newest watercooler kits. It’s a nice little thing which only requires one of your 5.25" drive bays and one of your 80mm fan holes inside the case, if you choose too use that extra radiator they have included. Well, let’s quit this chit-chat and start with the review! (Actually, I’m pretty bad on these introductions." Read the review HERE



XG Vortex 500W Power Supply Video Review@3dGameMan.com

3dGameMan has posted a video review of the XG Vortex 500W Power Supply. "The XG Vortex 500W Power Supply performs very well and looks stunning with its all-aluminum construction and two windows. It comes with two blue LED fans (120mm & 80mm) which can be easily adjusted in speed. There are plenty of sleeved leads which increase airflow inside your case. In addition, the sleeving and all the connectors are UV reactive. You’ll be hard pressed to find a better overall PSU. Watch the Video to find out more…" Watch the review HERE



Star Honours for Video Game Icons

Pong creator Nolan Bushnell and Donkey Kong maker Shigeru Miyamoto have received the first-ever ‘Walk of Game’ stars for video games in San Francisco. The two men were honoured at a ceremony on Tuesday for their services to the video game industry. Pong was one of the first video games and was made by Bushnell while at Atari. Miyamoto’s Donkey Kong helped usher in a golden age of gaming. Read the full story HERE



PlusDeck 2 Computer Cassette Player Review @ A1 Electronics.net

A1 Electronics.net have just posted their latest review of the PlusDeck 2 computer cassette player! "A super computer device for those of us with a collection of now old cassette tapes where we can now listen to them on our computer and make top quality recording for CD, MP3 or any other recording format we want. Use of the Plus Deck 2 cassette player could not be easier, simply half push in the cassette tape and press the relevant button on the cassette player." Read the full review HERE





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