Building a PC Test Bench from Spare Parts
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Building a PC Test Bench from Spare Parts

The purpose of this project is to build a solid test bench that can be reconfigured on the fly to hold just about any motherboard form factor from standard ATX to Baby AT with the single Keyboard DIN socket.

SilverStone SX750 Platinum Fully Modular SFX Power Supply Review
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SilverStone SX750 Platinum Fully Modular SFX Power Supply Review

In this review we will be looking at the SilverStone SX750 Platinum SFX PSU. This is a fully modular power supply in the SFX form factor. We have seen SFX power supplies before however the major difference here is the 80 Plus Platinum rating which can offer a significant advantage when it comes to building in a small form factor chassis.

Bench testing a 486 from the Hardware Asylum Vault
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Bench testing a 486 from the Hardware Asylum Vault

Well, this 486 motherboard has a similar story. The board was part of a super cool Mini Tower computer that I acquired several months after selling off my existing 486 computer parts. I had already migrated to a Socket 5 based machine and really had no use for another 486 build but, I felt it would be a good platform for learning Linux and testing out some computer networking.

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Taking an In-Depth look at the Eclipse P500A from Phanteks

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In this episode continue their discussion on picking a processor for a mid to hi-end gaming build and not surprising it wasn’t any of the options discussed during last months Podcast Extra. After that we take an in-depth look into the Phanteks P500A Eclipse. Dennis has reviewed both of the lower end versions of this case and for the most part the P500A is similar with a unique focus on opening up the airflow.

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