XPG Spectrix D60G Review + RAM Overclocking – Best RGB RAM!

Today, we’re going to do an unboxing and review of the XPG Spectrix D60G RAM Kit, a memory module that has one of the largest surface area when it comes to RGB illumination, and it does perform quite well out of the box too! Where going to do some benchmarks and discuss its overclocking potential and see if this is going to be your next RAM kit. These are actually the same memory modules that I used on my mini-ITX build which you can check out here. With that being…

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ASUS Announces Z490 Series Motherboards

Manila, Philippines, April 30, 2020 — ASUS today announced its new range of Z490 motherboards designed to showcase the full potential of the new 10th Generation Intel® Core™ processors. Ideal for gamers, enthusiasts and professionals, every ASUS and Republic of Gamers Z490 motherboard features improvements and enhancements to take clock speeds to the next level.  The 10th Gen Intel Core processors offer a combination of high thread counts and superfast single-core clocks. The Z490 chipset offers plenty of cutting-edge connectivity options, including a built-in WiFi controller, numerous USB 3.2 Gen…

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GIGABYTE Launches Z490 AORUS Motherboards

Taipei, Taiwan, April 30th, 2020 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announced the new Z490 AORUS motherboards which power the 10th Gen. Intel® Core™ processors. Featuring up to 16-phase digital power design and a new and improved Fins-Array II heatsink design so each phase can hold up to 90 amps, GIGABYTE’s Z490 AORUS lineup is geared with the best power and thermal management to optimize overclocking performance on the 10-core K series Intel® Core™ processor. GIGABYTE Z490 AORUS motherboards use Daisy Chain…

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Intel’s Z490 Motherboards are Here! – ASUS TUF Z490 Plus Wifi Unboxing and Overview

Today, Intel’s Z490 motherboards are finally here, and to start off, we’re going to take a first look at the ASUS TUF Gaming Z490 Plus WiFi motherboard. It features significant improvements from the previous Z390 chipset with better construction, power delivery, higher memory overclocking support, latest WiFi 6, and Bluetooth 5.1. We’ll take a quick tour around this new motherboard and see if it suits your needs. Intel’s Z490 Motherboards are Here! – ASUS TUF Z490 Plus Wifi Unboxing and Overview   Closeup Shots    

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ASUS ROG Strix 2070 Super Advanced Edition Review

A couple of weeks ago, I built a mini-ITX build with a goal of being able to edit 4K videos and game at 1440p resolution. And one of the essential components that I used is the ASUS ROG Strix 2070 Super Advanced Edition graphics card, and today, I just want to highlight it more and talk about its features, design, construction and all that good stuff. Because there’s a lot more to it than just the raw performance it can provide to your system. It packs a ton of features…

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NVME Tested in Real World Performance featuring XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB

Today, we’re going to find out if it’s really worth it to invest on an NVME drive if you already have a SATA SSD, were going to focus on real-world performance tests such as boot times, game load times, real-world file transfers, benefits for video editing and of course some synthetic benchmarks to give you valid information and justification should you choose to upgrade to an NVME drive. This is also the perfect opportunity to test the current bang for the buck NVME which is the XPG SX8200 Pro.With that…

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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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ASUS TUF Gaming 1660 Super OC Review

While the GTX 1660 provides great value when it comes to its price to performance ratio, the emergence of the new Super version is I think an overall better option thanks to its newer and faster GDDR6 memory. And if you’re just starting out to build your own PC, this is a very good option to consider since it sits between the 1660 and 1660 Ti when it comes to raw performance while maintaining a balance in terms of price. However, if you’re like me who still has a 1070…

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ASUS ROG Strix 1650 OC 4GB Review

Today, were taking a look at one of the budget offerings from ASUS Republic of Gamers when it comes to graphics cards, we have here the ASUS ROG Strix 1650 OC 4GB version which features dual mode with the default and OC mode. We’ll find out in this review if there is a significant difference between the two modes when it comes to performance in relation to power draw and thermals. We’ll strictly use the ASUS GPU Tweak II software for this so that anyone can do it without any…

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ShopzadaPH Setup Tour 2019 – Budget Gaming Setup!

I know you guys have been asking for a setup tour for quite a while now so today, we’re finally doing it. Now, my setup is not the best by any stretch of the imagination and in fact, it mostly consists of budget peripherals and things that I’ve reviewed from the past but still, I think it’s quite interesting. If you’ve been a follower of our channel since like 100 subs, you know for sure that my setup started with a laptop setup which consists of a foldable lifetime table,…

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SpecterPro 34UW100 Monitor Unboxing, Assembly and Overview

SpecterPro has been constantly releasing and improving their monitors in terms of design, specifications and overall performance. They’ve already released a bunch of monitors from 19 inches up to 32 inches in different categories such as flat and curved and for specific application such as productivity and gaming. Flat IPS panels for productivity and curved VA panels with high refresh rate for gaming, but what got my attention as a content creator is their recently released 30 and 34 inches ultrawide monitors. Luckily, EasyPC reached out and sent me the…

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SpecterPro XT27Q Gaming Monitor Review

Back in the day, getting a high resolution, high refresh rate, curved monitor will cost you an arm and a leg from various big named brands and it was only a dream for some to get a hold of one. But nowadays, thanks to new brands coming out competing in the budget to midrange market, we now have a wide range of cheap high specced monitors at a fraction of the price. There might be some compromises to cut the corners to accomodate the budget price but the display and…

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AMD 5700 XT Review with Ryzen 5 2600X – Bottleneck?

Today, we’re going to test the new AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT with an AMD Ryzen 5 2600x, so if you have the same CPU and you’re planning on getting the RX 5700 XT, then you should read the entire article so that you can have an idea how it will perform. Aside from the usual gaming and synthetic benchmarks, we’re also going test the thermals, power draw, and sound levels. There are some quite interesting results here that might help you in case you’re planning to get this card.…

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The Best Bang for the Buck X570 Motherboard in Terms of VRMs according to Hardware Unboxed

If you’ve been a solid follower of this website and our channel you’ll definitely know that I always look out for the best value for our money, whether it is just a regular tech gadget or an extremely powerful PC component, I always do my research to get the most bang for the buck product. Recently, X570 motherboards has been released with varying price points, and we all know that with higher tier chipsets, these motherboards are pretty expensive. However, with the success and popularity of the AMD Ryzen platfrom,…

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GIGABYTE Unveils Radeon RX 5700 Series Graphics Card

Taipei, Taiwan, August 16th, 2019 – GIGABYTE, the world’s leading premium gaming hardware manufacturer, today announced the launch of the Radeon™ RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8G and Radeon™ RX 5700 GAMING OC 8G, the latest Radeon™ RX 5700 series graphics cards built upon the 2nd generation 7nm processor technology with RDNA architecture. The first coming of GIGABYTE Radeon™ RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8G and Radeon™ RX 5700 GAMING OC 8G cards are equipped with 2560 and 2304 stream processors respectively and both come with 8GB GDDR6 memory. In…

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ID-Cooling FrostFlow X 240 AIO Review – Budget AIO!

As I complete the ShopzadaPHPCBuild which I am currently working on slowly by upgrading one part at a time due to budget restrictions, I’ve now decided that it’s time to upgrade my CPU cooler. The reason being is that I can not maximize the potential of my processor due to thermal issues using the stock cooler. As I mentioned in my article here, I had to turn off XFR and cripple my processor’s speed just to get decent temps. Today, we’re going to fix that. In this article, we are…

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Palit GTX 1650 StormX OC Review – Mini ITX Graphics Card!

  At the time of this writing, the NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1650 has been out for a week now and it is quite disappointing as a whole, to say the least. The performance is not as great as anticipated and the price is not on par with its performance relative to its competitor.    But not all graphics card are built the same, some are specifically made for special purposes like what we have here today with the Palit GTX 1650 StormX OC. So before you jump into conclusions, I…

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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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ID-Cooling DF-12025-RGB Case Fans Review – Performance + Aesthetics

With the vast availability of case fans out there with most of them boasting RGB illumination and a ton of lighting effects, sometimes performance is being overlooked over aesthetics. That’s not the case with the ID-Cooling DF-12025-RGB Case Fans that we’re going to take a look at today. These case fans at least on paper should provide decent performance, being a high static pressure fan with up to 2000RPM speed and 56.5 CFM of airflow, it should be able to provide enough airflow even in tight spaces like small form…

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