Ryzen 5 2600X Build with Nvidia 9500GT – ShopzadaPH PC Build 2018

Do you think pairing an old Nvidia 9500GT with a brand new AMD Ryzen 5 2600x is a good idea? Yeah, I don’t think so as well. On the other hand, do you think getting a cheaper Ryzen 5 2400G with built-in Vega graphics and then upgrading to the Ryzen 5 2600x down the line a better option? I’m not sure about that either. These are some of the questions that lingered in my mind when I was planning for this build. I don’t have a ton of budget and I…

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Motospeed Inflictor CK104 Mechanical Keyboard Review

Since my review of the Gigaware K28 Mechanical Keyboard, I was intrigued by how mechanical keyboards have become cheaper while still being fairly decent. So I’ve decided that I will continue to review mechanical keyboards in the budget category. And with the perfect timing, gearbest.com reached out to me and ask me if I’m interested to review one of their gaming peripherals and of course, I said yes. I picked the Motospeed CK104 Mechanical Keyboard and today, we’re going to take a look at it and see what it’s all…

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30K PC Build 2018 – Planning Stage – Ft. Pinoypartpicker.com

As I continue to grow my brand and my YouTube channel, I would like to explore more opportunities and further enhance my workflow and at the same time, be able to give you guys proper testing and benchmarks, so today, I finally decided to build my own gaming PC. My budget for this build is just around 28-30K Php at max and I’m building around the new Ryzen platform, specifically the second-generation Ryzen 5. We’re going to use the very intuitive part picker from pinoypartpicker.com and discuss all the parts as…

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Cheap DoubleShot PBT Custom Keycaps Review

A couple of days ago I posted a picture on facebook of a super cheap DoubleShot PBT Custom Keycaps that I got from shopee for just around 392 pesos, and Today, we are going to take a closer look on it and install it on my Gigaware K28 Mechanical Keyboard. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Super cheap, Decent quality, Compatible with backlit keyboards    Cons: Delivery is kinda long (ships in 10 days), The color is a bit off compared to the posted image PRODUCT DETAILS Compatibility: 104 key-caps for Cherry MX…

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Gigaware K28 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review – Content Blue Switch

With my continued pursuit of budget gaming peripherals, I stumbled upon the most affordable mechanical keyboard that I can find on Lazada. We have here today the Gigaware K28 Mechanical Keyboard, and we’re going to dissect everything you need to know about this. I never thought that I would actually find a legit mechanical keyboard for just around 1000 pesos, there are a lot of mecha-membrane or “mechanical-feel” keyboards out there but there’s nothing that can imitate the feel and tactile feedback of a true mechanical switch, however you market…

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Logitech Z120 Stereo Speakers Review and Sound Test

Logitech is very popular when it comes to providing not only good quality gaming peripherals with their G series gaming lineup, but also for offering good quality sounding audio devices with their Z series lineup. Today, we are taking a look at the lower end of the spectrum with the super affordable  Logitech Z120 Stereo Speakers. The Logitech Z120 speakers have been out for several years now but If you haven’t heard of it and you’re looking for a good pair of speakers for your laptop desk setup, then this…

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Rakk Guinna Illuminated Gaming Headset Review

Last week I released the second episode of my “Not so MASSIVE Tech Unboxing” series featuring some budget gaming peripherals that you guys suggested. One of those peripherals is the Rakk Guinna Illuminated Gaming Headset that we are going to take a look at today. Rakk is a popular local brand here in the Philippines that produces fairly affordable yet good quality gaming peripherals, they are on my radar for quite some time now and I’m happy that I am finally reviewing one of their product. They offer a lot…

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Not so MASSIVE Tech Unboxing Episode 2 – Budget Gaming Peripherals

A couple of months ago, I released the first episode of my “Not so MASSIVE Tech Unboxing“, and I had a lot of fun doing it. It was a mix of different audio devices and budget gaming peripherals and it was also a nice way to tease you guys about the upcoming product reviews. And now, I think it was about time to make the second episode. Just recently, I asked some suggestions from the Philippine gaming community on what budget gaming peripherals they are actually interested to check out. I…

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What’s inside a Membrane Keyboard? – Mechanical VS Membrane

Today, we’re going down memory lane by going back to 2011, and checking out what’s inside a 10-year-old Razer Gaming Keyboard in the form of the Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition. And since this is a membrane keyboard, It’s also the best time to learn and discuss the main differences between a mechanical keyboard and a membrane keyboard. The Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition is a membrane keyboard that was released around late 2008, 2 years before Razer actually released their mechanical keyboard with their Blackwidow lineup. I got this around 2011…

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Fantech Leblanc WG8 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

A couple of weeks ago I released my first impressions about the Fantech WG8 Leblanc Wireless Gaming Mouse here, and Today, I am finally ready to give you guys my full review. We’re going to discuss everything you need to know from the design and construction to gaming performance. The Fantech WG8 according to the official website is actually one of the three wireless gaming mouse that Fantech is currently offering. The other two are the Raigor W4 and the Garen WG7. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Affordable, Good design and comfort,…

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How to Improve your Desk Setup – From potato to a clean desk setup

Beyond pure aesthetic reasons, having a clean desk can make you even more productive or at least maintain your sanity while you work. This, of course, doesn’t necessarily apply to everyone. Some people may want their stuff within reach so they tend to leave it on their desk. But for me personally, I want my desk to be always clean as much as possible so I can focus more on my tasks. I am sharing a workspace with my wife who has a little desk on the other side of…

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Fantech K611 Fighter TKL Gaming Keyboard Review

Earlier this month I published my first impressions about the Fantech K611 Fighter TKL Gaming Keyboard here, and I noted a couple of things that I like and don’t like about this keyboard as well as some thoughts about the things that need further testing.  Today, we’re going to dig into that and discuss everything you need to know about this super affordable TKL gaming keyboard. MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Affordable, Durable with metal backplate, Has 3 sets of lighting + breathing mode, Decent for casual gaming Cons: Non-adjustable height SPECIFICATIONS Keyboard…

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Fantech Leblanc WG8 Wireless Gaming Mouse First Impressions

Wireless gaming mouse are getting better and better as technology continues to innovate, you can now buy a wireless gaming mouse that can perform as well as their wired counterpart, but that’s on the higher end of the spectrum, expensive and from well-known brands such as Razer, Logitech, and Corsair. But how about the other side? How about a cheap wireless gaming mouse like the Fantech Leblanc WG8? SPECIFICATIONS Sensor Technology: Optical Sensor Resolution: 2000 DPI Battery Life: 6 months Battery type: 1 AA Buttons Quantity: 6 Scroll Wheel: Yes…

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Fantech K611 Fighter TKL Gaming Keyboard First Impressions

Budget “Gaming” Peripherals has now become more and more popular and readily available to consumers of all types. Whether you’re a hardcore gamer or a casual gamer like me, if you’re budget is tight, chances are you can still score pretty substantial but affordable gaming peripherals out in the market. And if you’re a frequent visitor of this blog, you know I’m always on the lookout for budget gaming peripherals to give you guys a good value for your money. Recently, I released a video called “Not so Massive Tech…

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Not so massive tech unboxing episode 1 – Upcoming product reviews

The holy week holiday is way past our calendar now and I just got back, and I’m so excited to continue making contents for you guys. I’ve ordered a few products before I went on vacation and today, we are going to unbox and take a first impression on all of it so you can have an idea on what’s coming up for the next couple of weeks. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I’m also on the process of finishing my second desk setup that will primarily be used by…

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Laptop Cooling Pad vs Laptop Vacuum Cooler – Which is better?

We all know that heat is one of the nemeses of electronic devices such as your smartphone, tablets, personal computers, laptops and stuff like that. If you let your device heat up, it’s possible that you will experience degradation in performance, short battery life, and worst, device breakdown due to extreme temperature. One of the devices that are very much susceptible to heat issues is a laptop, because of its form factor and the limitation in terms of its cooling capabilities. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); There are two popular…

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Zeus MK-220 Basic Keyboard Review – Don’t buy this keyboard!

Most of the products I review on this blog are products that I personally like and bought with the purpose of actually using it like my go to backup hard drive transcend 25H3 and the surprisingly effective laptop vacuum cooler that I use on a daily basis. And most often than not, the products I choose works as it should be. But sometimes, it’s inevitable to come across some products that you thought would work out just fine but does the opposite. Today, we are going to talk about the…

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Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma Review – My First Gaming Headset

Razer is known worldwide for their gaming products from peripherals such as a mouse, keyboard, and headsets to high-end gaming laptops and innovative concept products that keeps on evolving throughout the years. They are known to produce well-engineered products that aim to provide a better gaming experience for its consumers and is certainly one of the top 3 if not the best when it comes to gaming peripherals.  (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Back at the days, Razer is the #numbawan choice, but as the years go by, more and…

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Acer R230H IPS Monitor Review – Budget Editing Monitor

For the past few years, I’ve been using my old monitor that has a resolution of only 1366×768 with a TN Panel. While it’s good for normal use like browsing the web, watching videos, productivity stuff, and casual gaming, it is terrible for editing photos and videos. The colors are not accurate, the contrast is bad and the viewing angle fades like your old worn-out jeans. And since I’ve started this blog and my youtube channel, I figured it’s finally time to upgrade. My target is to get a monitor with…

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Cool Cold Laptop Vacuum Cooler Review – Fried Laptop Doesn’t Taste Good

If you’re afraid to fry your laptop while gaming for a long period of time don’t worry as I have a solution for you. Today, we’re going to take a look at a cooling solution that doesn’t take so much space but effective in dissipating heat efficiently.  (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I’m talking about this cool looking Laptop Vacuum Cooler.  If you’re not a fan of the traditional laptop cooler that you place on the bottom of your laptop then this is the best alternative to that providing that…

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