Retro PC Adventure at RE-PC in Seattle
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Retro PC Adventure at RE-PC in Seattle

As a PC Hardware Enthusiast I can get excited at just about anything. Turns out my playing Quake 1 on a Pentium Pro sparked a "retro kick" that brought me to RE-PC in Seattle to get some hard to find parts.

Tales from the Hardware Asylum Vault: Retro Gaming
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Tales from the Hardware Asylum Vault: Retro Gaming

One thing I love about doing computer hardware review is being able to test some of the latest and greatest computer hardware on the market and wouldn't you know it, some of that gear stuck around.

State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2021
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State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2021

2020 could have been a better year for Hardware Asylum but, we still got to do some amazing things proving what makes this website different from everyone else and what will make Hardware Asylum better in 2021

Let’s Open up a Thermaltake RL280 Aluminum Radiator
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Let’s Open up a Thermaltake RL280 Aluminum Radiator

A little over four years ago I did a review of the RL280 Radiator from Thermaltake. The rad had some amazing build quality and was one of the flagship products for their new TT Premium line of DIY watercooling gear and we are going to cut it up.

State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2020
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State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2020

2018 was a great year for Hardware Asylum which included a good mix of what makes this website different from everyone else and a good mix of what will make Hardware Asylum better in 2020

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  • Retro PC Adventure at RE-PC in Seattle

    Published: Thursday, April 29, 2021 - Editorial Retro PC Adventure at RE-PC in Seattle

    As a PC Hardware Enthusiast I can get excited at just about anything. Turns out my playing Quake 1 on a Pentium Pro sparked a "retro kick" that brought me to RE-PC in Seattle to get some hard to find parts.

  • Tales from the Hardware Asylum Vault: Retro Gaming

    Published: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 - Editorial Tales from the Hardware Asylum Vault: Retro Gaming

    One thing I love about doing computer hardware review is being able to test some of the latest and greatest computer hardware on the market and wouldn't you know it, some of that gear stuck around.

  • State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2021

    Published: Sunday, February 7, 2021 - Editorial State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2021

    2020 could have been a better year for Hardware Asylum but, we still got to do some amazing things proving what makes this website different from everyone else and what will make Hardware Asylum better in 2021

  • Let’s Open up a Thermaltake RL280 Aluminum Radiator

    Published: Monday, January 18, 2021 - Modding Let’s Open up a Thermaltake RL280 Aluminum Radiator

    A little over four years ago I did a review of the RL280 Radiator from Thermaltake. The rad had some amazing build quality and was one of the flagship products for their new TT Premium line of DIY watercooling gear and we are going to cut it up.

  • State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2020

    Published: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - Editorial State of the Hardware Asylum Address 2020

    2018 was a great year for Hardware Asylum which included a good mix of what makes this website different from everyone else and a good mix of what will make Hardware Asylum better in 2020

  • How to use exotic liquids with your watercooling loop

    Published: Friday, August 9, 2019 - Modding How to use exotic liquids with your watercooling loop

    For as long as PC enthusiasts have been building water loops the question of "what liquid they should use" has been at the forefront. Should you use Distilled Water? or something a little more extreme?? Duh, go Extreme but stay away from Milk!!