Php 70K Gaming and Programming PC Build Ft. Tecware Alpha TG!

Today, we have another build video for you guys and this one is for a friend of mine who wants to have a decent gaming PC that he can also use for programming, web development, photo editing, and other productivity tasks for a budget of around 1400USD or 70k Php. In this video, I’ll provide you guys with my build experience, synthetic benchmarks, gaming performance, thermal performance, and of course, power draw so that you can have an idea about all those information should you decide to follow the same…

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Tecware Forge M Unboxing and Quick Review – Meshify C mini Alternative!

Today, we have another newly released product from Tecware, we’re taking a look at the NEW Tecware Forge M. This chassis features a front mesh panel with a polygonal design that not only allows for good airflow but with a stealthy stylish look to it as well. In this video, we’ll focus on the design, features, and everything it has to offer.  TECWARE FORGE M SPECIFICATIONS I/OSuperSpeed USB 3.0 x 01HD Audio + USB 2.0 x 02 BAYS1 x 3.5” + 1 x 3.5”/2.5” (Removable Cage)2 x 2.5″ (Mounted)7 x…

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Size doesn’t matter in the PC Master Race – A mini-ITX Build Story.

Back in like 2 years ago when I was starting my YouTube career, I was only editing videos on my laptop that has an Intel i5-7200u processor, NVIDIA Geforce 940mx graphics with 4GB of ram and a 2.5″ spinning disk. I remember exporting my 1080p videos for more than 3 hours and that I can not do anything else on my laptop while the task is ongoing. Then came my first ever PC build on my channel that I saved up for months only to come up short with my…

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Rakk Sinaya Review + Thermal Benchmarks with Rakk Maris Pro!

Today, I’m finally giving you guys my full review of the NEW Rakk Sinaya Gaming Case. I’ll share with you my experience building inside this as well as some thermal benchmarks in comparison with the Rakk Hawani Flow. With that being said, let’s get into it.   MY EARLY BREAKDOWN Pros: Sleek and modern design, Front mesh with filter, Decent cable management space, Improved rubber grommets, Option for top-mounted AIO, Option for vertical GPU mounting, Decent build quality Cons: Drive bay needs to be removed to easily install hard drives SPECIFICATIONS Case:…

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NEW Rakk Sinaya Unboxing and First Impressions!

Finally, the Rakk Sinaya Chassis has been announced by Rakk Gears today. This is one of the two chassis that I have been waiting for from Rakk Gears this year, the other one is the Rakk Haliya which has been released already. Both of which features a mesh front panel that I am really a fan of. Personally, I like the look of the Sinaya more because it has a premium looking brushed aluminum shroud with chamfered edges that looks really stylish. It also features a dust filter in front…

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Rakk Hawani Flow Budget Case Mod + Build Experience

Modifying a PC case should not always be expensive, sometimes it only takes creativity and imagination to add a little bit of flair to your PC. Today, I’ll show you how I modified my Rakk Hawani Flow mid-tower case for just under 500 pesos. I’m also going to share with you my experience building inside this as well as its thermal performance compared to my old case, the Rakk Anyag Frost. Rakk Hawani Flow Case Modification First things first, I am not an expert on this so take everything with a…

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Rakk Hawani Flow Mid Tower Case Review – New and Improved

If you’re living here in the Philippines, you probably already know about Rakk Gears, unless of course, you’re living under a rock. But if you’re from another country, then let me introduce you to Rakk gears, Rakk gears is a local brand here that produces fairly affordable but good quality gaming peripherals from keyboards, headsets, mouse and PC case like what we have here today. They are very popular here and receives much success, and I think it’s just a matter of time before they expand and cater to a…

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