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Archive for August 14th, 2018

Pureoverclock Blurb: Number 1 – Whats Wrong With This World?

Hello all. This month has been pretty interesting for myself and PureOC. In the labs this week are the Enermax Server Case CS-718, a case that looks set to give the Coolermaster Stacker a run for its money, the already Legendary DFI Lanparty Ultra-D?is sitting near by ready to be overclocked to its limits, and I’m expecting some OCZ PC4000 VX any day now to help me with that!?Also on the way is an A64 Winchester 3200+, and various GPUs. So, a busy few weeks ahead of me and some good reading ahead?for you! You might want to check out this post in the forums about what happened to my cousin, an air stewerd,?when he went to Nigeria and witnessed police brutality not 10 minutes after landing…. Personally, I’m flat hunting at the moment as our tenancy runs out soon. These moments always remind?me of how annoying ADSL really is. I have to cancel my current 512k connection (which takes 1 month and costs me ?60 in fees), then apply as if i were a new customer all over again and wait 2-3 weeks for it to be switched on. After all this bureaucracy i will get back the ?60 fee?IF i go with the same ISP. Not bloody likey. I’m going to move to Bulldogs 4mbit line. Oops, perhaps that will land me in trouble with UK Online who is advertising on the?right 😛



Seasonic S12 430W PSU Review @ Mikhailtech

Snip: "From a design standpoint, the main box does pretty much everything: there’s a 120mm slow spinning, low noise intake fan, meaning good airflow (and cooling) while being almost silent. As mentioned earlier it’s also load controlled (rather than temperature controlled), but the speed increase is exponential rather than linear. That is, it spins at the same rate in a certain load range (up to 40% according to their diagram) before spinning up to its maximum speed at 100% load." Read the review HERE



Wireless Networking: Capabilities and Hardware @ BigBruin

Snip: "These days it isn?t uncommon for a home to have multiple personal computers, and as such, it just makes sense for them to be able to share files, as well as to share one Internet connection. Wired networking is an option, but it is one that may require the installation and management of a great deal of wiring in order to get even a modestly sized home set up. With wireless networking equipment becoming extremely affordable and easy to install, it may be worth considering by those looking to build a home network, as well as by those looking to expand on an existing wired network." Read the article HERE



Logisys Acrylic Case Contest @ Techgage

Want a chance to win a new Logisys Acrylic Case, or other prizes? Then enter one of the two contests. Entering is easy, so check out?the contest rules to learn more. Visit techgage HERE to enter





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