Get the best 3900X performance using Ryzen Master

Many people felt a bit cheated when they first used their shiny new 3900X CPUs. AMD had marketed them as having up to a 4.6GHz boost clock, but failed to mention that this only applied to single core boosts.

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My Ryzen 3900X / 5700XT Build

My Ryzen 3900X / 5700XT Build

  • Mar 02, 2020

Never one to be fully satisfied I decided I needed a faster processor in my personal rig, and seeing as I didn’t have £750 to burn on AMDs flagship 3950X I had to set my sights one rung lower and settle for the 3900X.

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Review: Redragon Gainer M610 Mouse

I’ve never bought in to the idea that you need to spend an awful lot of money to get a usable experience with a mouse. Not to say that the uber-expensive offerings from Logitech or Corsair aren’t good products, they just don’t offer the best bang for the buck. My preference has always been to […]

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Review: Corsair K55 Keyboard

Review: Corsair K55 Keyboard

  • Aug 19, 2019

As much as I love a good mechanical keyboard, my wife (or more specifically, her hearing) does not. There’s no denying that even though a good mechanical keyboard is the ultimate typing experience they can generate an ungodly amount of noise. So, I was despatched to my local IT market with an instruction to buy […]

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I’ve often wondered just how much your CPU can really affect the performance of a gaming PC. Surely most of the grunt comes from the GPU? As it happens I had a couple of different systems to hand; my old i5-4690K rig and my AMD Ryzen 2600 machine, the results were quite interesting: Short answer: […]

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AMD Ryzen 3800x / 5700XT Build

  • Aug 11, 2019

I’ve been an AMD fanboi for as long as I can remember. My first PC that I bought with my own hard earned money was an AMD K7 (Athlon) back in 2001. So I was super excited with the announcement of AMD’s Zen2 and Navi platforms, both running on a 7nm process. So what was […]

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RGB Build – Unicorn Orgy

  • Jun 11, 2019

I recently upgraded my main PC and fell into the wonderful trap of adding just a few RGB elements. By the time I was finished it ended up looking like a unicorn orgy – hence the name of the build.

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For quite a while now there have been a few different ways to program a Raspberry Pi as a a console emulator for some retro gaming action.  The latest version of the Pi at this point (version 3) is a fantastic basis for emulation, with plenty of USB ports, HDMI out and enough processing power […]

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If you’ve played Fallout New Vegas you’ve probably, at some point, tried to enter the Brotherhood of Steel base in Forbidden Valley without success. The trick is to either stumble upon a fallen Brotherhood scribe and retrieve his wares or to find a companion who is familiar with the BoS. Check out the video below […]

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FALLOUT 4 ANNOUNCED

  • Jun 06, 2015

War….. War never changes.

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