By Dustin Sklavos, on February 4, 2015

To most users, a part failing is a serious problem. But to an enthusiast, a part failure is an opportunity...to go bigger.

 

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By Dustin Sklavos, on September 2, 2014

We showed up to PAX Prime running two systems based on Intel's brand new Core i7-5960X and X99 chipset configured for head-to-head competition. If you weren't able to make it, now you can see these two speed demons for yourself.

 

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By Dustin Sklavos, on April 1, 2015

The DIMMDrive software available on Steam is getting favorable reviews for bringing a fairly tight user experience to the time-honored concept of the RAM drive. The problem is...does it really matter when you can get an SSD for less?

 

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By Dustin Sklavos, on September 29, 2014

Intel's Haswell-E architecture is capable of being extremely efficient, even when it's loading eight cores. As it turns out, though, overclocking is another matter entirely.

 

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By Dustin Sklavos, on February 2, 2015

A custom liquid cooling loop looks awesome, but what do you do when it starts exhibiting problems, like random reboots and shutdowns?

 

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By Henry Ho, on March 18, 2016

Overclocking can be quite intimidating, but not anymore!

By now, most of you have heard of or attempted to overclock your memory before.  I want to start off by saying that this is not a blog that will make you a champion overclocker, but rather show you how easy it can be with Corsair’s X.M.P. Certified memory kits.

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