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Archive for July 9th, 2020

Color Your World with BitFenix Neos

  Color Your World with BitFenix Neos Smart and simple case design with multiple color options to suit your own personal style (BitFenix Design Lab, May 15, 2014) – Introducing Neos, the latest case design from the BitFenix Design Lab. With clean, uncluttered styling, multiple color options, and excellent upgradability, Neos brings the value case segment to the next level. Playing With Color At the BitFenix Labs, chassis design is all about balance. You want something eye-catching, but not ostentatious. Something simple enough to appeal to the refined tastes of the modern user, but not something that will get lost in a sea of chassis designs.   With Neos, we wanted a design that was simple enough to fit into just about any decor, but also have enough personality to enable users to express their own personal style. How we’ve accomplished this starts with the clean and simple front panel. With clean shapes that provide openings for the optical drive bays and front ventilation, This panel is adorned with a large piece of mesh that comes in a variety of eye catching colors, allowing users to choose the one that fits them best. Looking to match the room the PC is stationed at? No problem. Wanting to match the components inside? You can do that, too. With both black and white models available in a variety of bold mesh colors, BitFenix pushes the design envelope once again with a simple eye-catching case that can match anyone’s computing environment  ...



Diamond R7 250 Boost Review

In this ever-blossoming technology industry there are smaller companies that are often overshadowed by their behemoth competitors. There are many reasons why this occurs but one of the most common assumptions is that the smaller company is lower quality. The thinking has been that the smaller guy can’t make a product as well as the bigger guy. Diamond has been striving to prove that assumption to be false. They believe they can be a smaller company yet still offer quality and value. Diamond sent us an AMD based GPU: their R7 250 with Boost. Let's see how well their promise holds up.





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