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 June 30, 2014

Need a portable SSD without the bother of having to carry around a 2.5" enclosure and cable? The Flash Voyager GTX brings all the performance of an SSD with none of the bulk.

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By Dustin Sklavos, on May 26, 2014

Why burn two SATA ports on SATA Express when you can stripe two conventional SSDs for potentially better performance? We see how fast two Neutron GTXes are...and then we kick it all the way up to six.

 

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By Jake Crimmins, on April 20, 2011

The Hydro Series H70 is a popular cooler for today's current CPUs. I was already using a H70 to cool my CPU, and I decided to try to mod one to cool my GPU as well. Mounting the H70 onto my GPU should make it run much cooler. In order to mount the H70 onto my GeForce GTX 480, the stock mounting bracket for the H70 needs to be modified.

To make the modified mount as stock looking as possible, I decided to use 20 gauge steel to make the new piece fit on top of the modified H70 bracket. After measuring the mounting holes on the GTX 480 and the outer diameter of the H70, I created a template I could follow. After the template was transferred to the sheet of steel the center hole was drilled with a 2-7/8" hole saw. The next step was drilling out the mounting holes. After drilling all of the holes I used a dremel to roughly cut around the outside line. I made small cuts with metal shears to give it the final shape. All of the surfaces were then filed and sanded smooth.

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By Dustin Sklavos, on March 18, 2014
Heterogenous computing is the future for prosumer video editing, but just how close to it are we?

 

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