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  1. xelosia

    The World Outside My Window - Time Lapse of Earth from the ISS

  2. TeeBlack

    Fractal Design window panels

    Fractal Design will be finally releasing windowed side panels for the Arc Midi, Define R3, and the Define R4 cases. News - Fractal Design
  3. L

    Define R3 Window Side Panel is launched

    News - Fractal Design
  4. Skyguy

    BitFenix Shinobi XL

    Mid-towers can only do so much for some people, and for those that need a full tower option, perhaps for a water cooling setup or expensive gear, the Shinobi XL looks to be a great option at first glance. The BitFenix Shinobi XL is a full tower case that appears to borrow the great ideas we saw...
  5. Nanosec

    Windows question - default window sizes

    Does anyone know, or have a reference site, how to set the default window size for different programs. Specifically I am looking to 'force' both IE (on my work comp) and Firefox to open new browser sessions in full screen. I just find it annoying to have them smallish and pop up wherever they...
  6. Skyguy

    Xigmatek Utgard

    Xigmatek is relatively new to the chassis market, and we have their new Utgard chassis for review. As a mid-tower with an aggressive price, it has a lot to answer to in such a vast sea of competitors. Can it hold up? Let's find out! Click HERE for the full review.
  7. Skyguy

    NZXT Sleeved LED Kit

    NZXT is one such company that caters to the enthusiast crowd, and particularly those that love the flashy look, and today is another product from NZXT that continues in that tradition. We’re looking at a pre-sleeved LED lighting kit that may just fit the build and budget for those of you looking...
  8. Skyguy

    Raidmax Skyline

    The Skyline is RaidMAX’s latest entry in their “Elite” line. It is a mid-tower ATX chassis boasting 8 total drive bays and a total of five included 120mm fans for improved cooling. Today we will be taking a close look at the RaidMAX Skyline to see if this chassis meets the balance of...
  9. Skyguy

    Xigmatek Midgard

    Xigmatek is relatively new to the chassis market, and their introductory case to the market is the Midgard, and we've got the Midgard-W (W for windowed side) for review. As a mid-tower with an aggressive price, it has a lot to answer to in such a vast sea of competitors. Can it hold up? Let's...
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