The PRIZM Matrix from antec is a pretty unique concept. These days pretty much all cases can accept a multitude of fans with the bare minimum on even a small form factor case being two 120mm fans next to each other. It’s no surprise then that this has become the go-to form factor for all-in-one… Continue reading Review: Antec PRIZM Matrix
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.
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… Continue reading AMD Ryzen 3800x / 5700XT Build
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… Continue reading Review: RetroFlag NESPi Raspberry Pi Case
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… Continue reading Fallout New Vegas – How to Access the Brotherhood of Steel Base
War….. War never changes.