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Evening Reading
"For centuries, man has been on a quest to find the elixir to eternal life. Alchemists struggled fruitlessly to create the legendary philosopher's stone, a mythical substance capable of turning base metals into precious gold and said to hold the key to immortality. But perhaps they were going about it the wrong way. Instead of searching for answers on land, maybe they should have been looking to the sea. In the seaside town of Shirahama, in Japan, one man thinks he knows what holds the key to everlasting life: jellyfish."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 @ 03:04:14 PDT (29 reads)
OC Inside Two For One
Noctua NH-D15 CPU Cooler

"Everyone who is looking for a performance air cooler, have already heard the name - Noctua. Its predecessor NH-D14 was regularly in the upper echelons of cooler charts. However, the Austrian company will not rest, and now publish the successor of this great cooler, the Noctua NH-D15. We like to clarify in this review, if this Noctua NH-D15 builds on the successes of its predecessor."

Scythe Kaze Master II Fan Controller

"There is a wide variety of fan controllers. The more important is to find the optimal control for noisy fans, which is not only functional but also visually appealing. Many controllers start with the voltage at 7 volts or look as if they had been removed from a 1990s PC - here Scythe offers an alternative. For some people here, Scythe will already be a household name in terms of great CPU coolers. But in addition to fans and coolers, Scythe also sells fan controllers so it is definitely worth a test at OCinside.de. Therefore we present today a review of the Scythe Kaze Master II 4-Channel VFD fan controller."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 @ 03:03:16 PDT (25 reads)
eTeknix Two For One
AMD FX-8370E 95W “Piledriver” Octa-Core Processor

"The 32nm “Vishera” processors from AMD have been around for a long-while; since October 2012 to be exact. Vishera was AMD’s Zambezi successor with Vishera being based on the Piledriver architecture and Zambezi on Bulldozer. Since the first release of Vishera, AMD has continued to refresh its FX product stack with new CPUs based on the same architectural design and AMD’s most recent releases maintains that trend. On September 2nd 2014 AMD officially revealed three new CPUs for the FX line; the FX 8320E, the FX 8370 and the FX 8370E. We are looking at the FX 8370E processor which is AMD’s attempt to tame the high TDP of their 8 core FX line down to 95W; previously the standard TDP stood at 125W."

Kingston HyperX Predator 16GB 3000MHz Quad Channel DDR4 Kit

"The Predator name doesn’t just get put onto any old memory module: Kingston reserve it for the craziest frequencies, the highest quality cherry picked and speed binned SKUs and to top it all off there’s a whopping great big heatsink to keep things running cool. The specific kit we have today operates at a crazy 3000MHz, or 3GHz, and remember this is just the memory. That means the memory operates at the same frequency as the Core i7 5960X’s base frequency – crazy! Due to the super high frequency this kit also comes with a large heat spreader to tame the high 1.5 volts needed and it also comes with a high price tag which we’ll get onto later."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, September 25, 2014 @ 04:36:48 PDT (36 reads)
LAN OC Two For One
Intel i7-5960X Haswell-E

"If it feels like we were just right here not to long ago talking about Intel’s latest CPU it is because we were. They launched their Devils Canyon CPUs about two and a half months ago and here we are again. The thing is, today’s launch is designed to be sold alongside of the I7-4790K. This is because officially the 4790K and everything else on the 1150 socket are considered mainstream products. The i7-5960X Haswell-E CPU I will be looking at is an enthusiast product. That means there aren’t limitations like the limited number of PCIe Lanes that the mainstream line runs into all of the time. On top of that we have twice as many cores, twice the ram, DDR4, and a big price tag like all of the other flagship CPUs. The 5960X will certainly not be for the light hearted or budget builds, but I’m excited to see how it performs compared to the model before it and the extremely fast mainstream chips that sell beside it. While I’m at it I’m going to see what king of room you might have left when it comes time to overclock as well."

Asus X99 Deluxe Motherboard

"We can’t very well look at the i7-5960X from Intel and not do a motherboard along with it right? As the first of what expect to me a list of X99 motherboards I will be covering, I wanted to put the Asus to use first simply because they are always reliable and the software is perfect for keeping an eye on things when benchmarking the CPU. After I was done digging into the CPU I circled back around to take a closer look at the Asus X99 Deluxe. The name is simpler than a lot of the board I have tested recently and Asus went a little ham and changed up a lot with the new design. Let’s see what all changed, beyond the new white styling."
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, August 29, 2014 @ 17:21:41 PDT (50 reads)
Weekend Reading
"A California couple have been sentenced to prison after authorities found two girls in their care malnourished and living in filth while the couple spent their days playing the online computer game, World of Warcraft. Lester Louis Huffmire and his wife Petra Huffmire, both 41, pleaded guilty in Anaheim to two felony counts of child abuse, two misdemeanor counts of false imprisonment, one misdemeanor count of contributing to delinquency of a minor. Lester Huffmire was sentenced to five years in prison, with his wife receiving three years and four months in state prison."
Posted by JimAdkins on Sunday, August 10, 2014 @ 06:18:25 PDT (61 reads)
OC Inside Two For One
ASRock Q1900M Motherboard & Intel J1900 Celeron CPU

"Today, we test another awesome power saving motherboard in the low-budget price segment here at OCinside.de, which could find a place in a small media player PC, NAS or office PC. Let us see how fast the approx. 60 EUR inexpensive ASRock Q1900M Bay Trail-D Micro-ATX motherboard with integrated Intel Celeron J1900 APU is and if it is as good as an AMD Socket AM1 Kabini or some other PC systems."

Crucial MX100 512 GB CT512MX100SSD1 SSD

"Today, we test the latest Crucial MX100 SSD here at OCinside.de. Just a few weeks after announcing the Crucial M550 there is again an awesome SSD from Crucial, that is currently available with capacities of 128 GB, 256 GB up to 512 GB. Despite the extremely high level of performance and brand new 16nm MLC NAND it is available for an amazing low price. The review will compare this inexpensive Crucial MX100 SSD with 512 GB capacity against the current Crucial M550, M500, m4 and many SSDs from some other manufacturers."
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, July 11, 2014 @ 13:15:37 PDT (76 reads)
Evening Reading
"Some time next year, a company called Elio Motors claims it will begin building a car in its Louisiana factory that will get 84 miles per gallon on the highway and that will sell for a base price of $6,800. Yes, $6,800. It won't be a tiny little deathtrap, either. It'll get top crash test scores. At least, that's what Elio is promising."
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, June 27, 2014 @ 19:04:57 PDT (92 reads)
Thoughts On Memorial Day
"How many times have you heard someone say about an uncle or even a husband: "I had no idea he did that!" To a man, World War II is theirs alone, an experience not easily shared with others, not with wives, children, not even with the nurses at the VA hospitals. They went, they fought, they came home, but they saw no glory in it and they want no adulation. "Heroes?" said an incredulous Chuck Yeager as we talked one afternoon: "Hell, no; we just wanted to get home."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, May 26, 2014 @ 10:58:17 PDT (113 reads)
OC Inside Two For One
ASRock Fatal1ty FM2A88X+ Motherboard

"Today, here at OCinside.de we test the ASRock Fatal1ty FM2A88X+ Killer - a brand new Socket FM2+ motherboard with special gaming features, or rather killer features. The Socket FM2+ motherboard is backward compatible with Socket FM2, so we have tested it with an AMD Richland and AMD Trinity in addition to the latest AMD Kaveri processor. Not only the compatibility has been tested, but also the performance and the overclocking options with an AMD A10-7850K, A10-6800K and A10-5800K APU on the ASRock Fatal1ty FM2A88X+ Killer motherboard is compared."

Crucial M550 512GB CT512M550SSD1 SSD

"Crucial has developed the new M550 SSD, which not only has a significantly better performance, but also provides more usable capacity. Fortunately, we tested all Crucial SSD generations since the first Crucial RealSSD C300 on OCinside.de and see again significant improvements at the current Crucial M550 compared to its predecessors. The Crucial M550 is available as 2.5-inch SATA, mSATA and M.2 SSD with a capacity range between 64 GB and 1 TB. The detailed review will show how fast the energy saving Crucial M550 512 GB CT512M550SSD1 SSD is in comparison to the previously tested Solid State Drives and if it provides good values even in older PCs without AHCI."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, May 26, 2014 @ 02:08:09 PDT (132 reads)
Think Computers Triple Play
Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro Water Cooling System

"Nothing gets me more excited than new tech design! It can be anything from Google’s groundbreaking new contact lenses to Oculus Rift’s virtual reality headset to 4K monitors. I’m a nerd and I love it all! So needless to say when I saw Thermaltake’s newest water cooling solution, the Bigwater 760 Pro I was indeed intrigued and excited to get my hands on it. This kit was shown to us at CES 2014 and finally it’s here for review!"

Roccat Kave XTD 5.1 Digital Headset

"A headset of any kind is a very important accessory for your PC. Whether you are gaming or simply listening to music a headset allows you to immerse yourself in what you are doing on your PC. ROCCAT’s original Kave 5.1 headset was a huge hit and their mission with the new Kave XTD 5.1 Digital was to rebuild the successful headset from the ground up. One thing that really sets this headset apart from others is the desktop remote, which acts as an audio command center for your PC. Will this be the best headset we have seen all year?"

Corsair Raptor K50 Keyboard

"In August of 2012 Corsair bought out Raptor Gaming which was a pretty successful gaming accessories company over in Europe. With this Corsair was able to help promote their gaming products in Europe and also bring the Raptor Gaming products to the USA. Now that the Raptor products have been brought across the pond, we are able to get some a taste of the popular gaming products that are big in Europe. Today we are going to be taking a look at the Corsair Raptor K50 keyboard which features fully customizable LED backlighting of your keyboard and more. Lets see if we can make the true colors of the Corsair Raptor K50 glow."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, May 07, 2014 @ 19:16:56 PDT (145 reads)
TechPowerUp Two For One
be quiet! Dark Rock 3 CPU Cooler

"be quiet!'s legacy of quality and excellence started with their power supplies. Rather than stop there, they expanded to include fans, coolers, thermal pastes, and more. With success, however, one must continue to move forward, which be quiet! has done. Improving on their previous designs and offering best-in-class build quality, it becomes very easy to see how they won and continue to win so many rewards."

MSI Radeon R9 290X Lightning 4 GB

"The $700 MSI R9 290X Lightning is MSI's latest flagship card geared toward overclockers and enthusiasts. It comes with a large overclock out of the box, higher than any other custom R9 290X available today. The board is cooled by a large triple slot, triple fan cooler that yields excellent temperatures."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 @ 15:48:38 PDT (110 reads)
Evening Reading
"Scientists have discovered a staggeringly cheap way to make microscope lenses: baking polymer drops in an oven. The total cost for one of these lenses? Less than a cent. Researchers at Australian National University deposited a single drop of polydimethylsiloxane—the stuff used to make contact lenses—on a microscope cover slip and inverted it. Gravity forced the drop into a perfect curvature, and after baking the slide at just 158ºF, the drop hardened into an operable microscopic lens."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 @ 16:52:48 PDT (118 reads)
FrostyTech Two For One
Raijintek Pallas LP Cooler

"Standing just 69mm tall, the Raijintek Pallas CPU cooler is probably the largest low profile heatsink Frostytech as tested in recent memory. Raijintek's low profile Pallas heatsink is constructed around six 6mm diameter copper heatpipes and a 120x140mm array of nickel-plated aluminum fins. A chunky copper base plate helps spread the heat to the six heatpipes."

Noctua NH-D15 Cooler

"Weighing 1,320 grams with both fans installed, Noctua's NH-D15 heatsink is big. It stands 162mm tall and has a footprint of 151x161mm so prospective buyers will want to measure their case clearances first. It's six heat pipes are soldered to the nickel plated copper base plate and aluminum cooling fins; overall the fit and finish is top notch."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 @ 16:47:59 PDT (98 reads)
Evening Reading
"The Ford Mustang was born of the Fairlane Group, a committee led by Lee Iacocca. In 1962, it outlined a plan for a small, sports car. Designer Eugene Bordinat envisioned an inexpensive car that would combine handling, performance and style in a radical layout. The result was the Mustang 1 concept, a two-seat, mid-engine sports car with a four-cylinder engine. Very little about the car made it to production, but the concept established the classic “pony car” proportions, with a long, sweeping hood, short rear deck and sharply sculpted flanks. It also provided the name for a car that would become an icon."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 18:20:56 PDT (76 reads)
Lan OC Two For One
Logitech G400s Mouse

"At this point Logitech’s gaming mouse lineup is extremely well rounded. They have a mouse for just about every price point and gaming style. Some of you might remember back in the day when all they had was the G5 and later the G7 for gaming mice. The design of the G5 has carried through into a lot of their current day mice, especially the G400s. At a first glance the G400s has carried on with the same design that made Logitech gaming mice so popular back in the day. Today I’m going to take a look at the G400s and see how well that design is holding up compared to competition as well as Logitech’s own product line."

Noctua NH-U12S CPU Cooler

"Noctua has always been known for their quality products and high performance air coolers. The issue with tower air coolers is that they often tend to be large, heavy and cover up portions of your motherboard under their bulk. While most companies have shifted their focus to the less intrusive all-in-one liquid coolers, Noctua has stayed true to their air cooling roots. Today we take a look at their NH-U12S performance cooler; a tower cooler in a smaller, more space friendly package that promises the same performance you would get out of larger, bulkier models and run it through our tests. Is the age of air cooling at an end or just in transition?"
Posted by JimAdkins on Sunday, April 20, 2014 @ 03:36:32 PDT (88 reads)
Madshrimps Two For One
MSI Z87M-Gaming Motherboard

"MSI is pushing hard with their Intel Z87 lineup; the gaming series motherboards are getting the same love from the gaming community as the alike named graphics solutions. Combining stunning looks with durability and great performance retailing at a very competitive price; it really feels times are changing and a certain A brand seems to slowly loose it grips on the market. The MSI Z87M Gaming motherboard is a full blown Z87 chipset based mATX motherboard with hardly any compromises made to the design. Nevertheless MSI manages to undercut the prices of the main competitors gaming oriented board offerings."

Corsair Vengeance Low Profile 16GB 1600MHz

"Thanks to the extra clearance the Vengeance LP memory kits offer, we are able to mount even bigger CPU heatsinks or accommodate them inside cases with cramped space. The modules have different colors depending on their technical specifications and as far as we have seen the stock speed can be raised a bit more in order to benefit from more bandwidth."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, April 17, 2014 @ 18:00:45 PDT (65 reads)
Evening Reading
"ATLANTA — One machine can't fix all that's wrong with the soft drink industry. But Coca-Cola's Freestyle machine — which can dispense 146 different flavors — is giving Coke the one thing it needs most of all: buzz. Freestyle is not a beverage formula, but a formula for survival in the $76 billion soft-drink industry awash in competition and growing consumer rejection."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 @ 18:54:16 PDT (58 reads)
TechPowerUp Four For All
be quiet! Power Zone 850W PS

"be quiet! has gained a good reputation among noise-sensitive users who also treasure reliability and high performance. We will review the Power Zone 850 W: It is the second strongest of its line, offers a fully modular design, and sports Bronze efficiency. This PSU is also equipped with a high quality SilentWings fan."

Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS

"Cambridge Audio is a well-known brand in the world of HiFi. Today, we take a look at the newest addition to their extensive line-up of DACs and amplifiers. The new DacMagic XS is a matchbox-sized DAC/amp with plenty of power for normal headphones. We take it for a spin with several headphones to see how it performs."

Corsair Obsidian 450D Case

"The Corsair 450D is the smallest of the Obsidian family, yet offers the same cool and clean looks, a potent feature set all at a price tag of 120 USD - which is 20 dollars less than the 550D, but also 20 dollars more than the 350D. Is there enough room for the 450D to fill such a gap, or will it end up taking the wind out of either neighbors in the case family?"

Biostar Hi-Fi A88W 3D MB

"We take our first look at AMD's FM2+ platform with a value-oriented product from Biostar that boasts some upgraded audio abilities. The Biostar Hi-Fi A88W 3D comes with the focus and feature set that has become Biostar's calling, as the company has its own take on entry-level enthusiast designs."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, April 01, 2014 @ 03:20:16 PDT (70 reads)
Evening Reading
"The Spin Chill is a waterproof, handheld gadget that’s able to chill any can or bottle to an ideal low temperature in less than a minute—provided you have a container of ice or ice water to spin it in. The device has a rotor on one end that clamps onto the beverage container of your choice, and a trigger to activate it. All you have to do is submerge your beer, wine, or soda in a bucket of ice and pull the trigger. The Spin Chill rapidly spins the can or bottle, and through convection transfers of heat from the inside of the beverage to the outside. According to Spin Chill's creators, this cools the drink down 20 times faster than standard refrigeration—in as little as 30 seconds."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 27, 2014 @ 21:27:54 PDT (74 reads)
Pure Overclock Two For One
Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS

“As we all know, digital audio has been around for awhile and is practically a standard on most of our audio devices. Unfortunately, there are still select motherboards out there that don’t offer a digital output, so we’re stuck using an analog connection and laptops that only offer an analog audio jack. Cambridge Audio has the solution with their DacMagic XS. It’s a pocket size device that connects via any USB port and converts the audio to a digital signal.”

Rapoo 7100P Mouse

“Today we have a chance to review the Rapoo 7100P Wireless Mouse with adjustable DPI. Despite the difference in DPI, the other major difference is that this new product utilizes optical sensors rather than laser internals. This has several pros and cons, which we’ll discuss in more detail, but the overarching point to realize here is you get nearly the same mouse for less money. We’re certainly fans of getting good value, so let’s take a closer look at the Rapoo 7100P and find out if it’s really is a bargain.”
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, March 24, 2014 @ 15:52:00 PDT (57 reads)
OC Inside Two For One
Cooler Master CM 690 III Case

"Almost 4 years ago, we tested the Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced chassis and after some variations of the award winning Mid-Tower, the new CM 690 III is now published by Cooler Master, which we tested in this review. However it quickly became clear that this CM 690 III offers in comparison to the CM 690 II predecessor not only improvements."

ASRock, Biostar, ECS & Gigabyte BIOS Downloads

"Hardwarespot.de published a BIOS download list with the latest BIOS versions for ASRock, Biostar, ECS Elitegroup and Gigabyte Motherboards."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 20, 2014 @ 08:50:36 PDT (61 reads)
Heaven Media Two For One
Zotac Zbox Plus AQ02 Nano

"Today ZOTAC release the latest in their ZBOX Nano range, the ZBOX Nano AQ02. Palm sized and featuring an AMD APU we have the Plus version on our test bench for a quick look."

Corsair Raptor K40 Keyboard

"Today's product takes the rubber/membrane approach for keys and prices it at a competitive $70/£55 with a number of gamer and media features built in. Enter the Corsair Raptor K40..."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 @ 11:03:29 PDT (62 reads)
Nikktech Two For One
Thermalright HR-22 Passive CPU Cooler

"If i had to pick a single thing that it's quite obvious that all consumers including myself would like to have that is a completely silent system however especially for overclockers and perhaps even serious gamers that’s not really possible. Of course technology keeps evolving and with it so does everything else so to be completely fair we have come a long way since even just a decade ago but we've still to reach a point where we can have powerful whisper-quiet systems (at least not without spending a respectable amount of cash in the process). Tower CPU Coolers have been around for many years now but with just a few exceptions most of them use one or more high RPM fans to increase their cooling efficiency. Thermalright is not one of the leading CPU Cooler manufacturers over a decade now for no reason at all so they know very well what steps they need to take and in what areas they need to focus in order to release a high performance solution and the latest HR22 is the result of all their combined experience."

Attitude One Almaz Headphones

"Although i do enjoy listening to my favorite tunes while on the road in my car with the volume turned all the way up i can't say that i feel just as comfortable doing so when I’m on foot since where i live people tend to stare if they see you wearing headphones especially if it's a bulky model. Because of that I’m always trying to use the smallest headphones i can get my hands on without of course compromising on sound quality at the same time (doing so would be like missing the point). Unfortunately small headphones equal to small earcups and small earcups in turn equal to small driver units used (at least the majority of times) which naturally can't perform exactly like the ones used in larger models so up till this day i have yet to find the perfect headphones for me. Well the people over at Attitude One seem quite confident that they can change that with their brand new Almaz Stylish Headphones."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, March 17, 2014 @ 21:54:58 PDT (66 reads)
Bitcoin Creator Found?
"Controversy is surrounding claims by Newsweek to have found the creator of the Bitcoin virtual currency. It was assumed that the name behind Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, was a pseudonym for the group of coders who developed the system. Now Newsweek claims Dorian S Nakamoto, a 64-year-old model train enthusiast who lives on the outskirts of Los Angeles, is the creator. However, he denied his involvement in an interview with the Associated Press. Mr Nakamoto said he hadn't heard of the cryptocurrency until his son told him about it after being contacted by a reporter."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 06, 2014 @ 20:17:34 PST (61 reads)
Evening Reading
"Mozilla is investigating reports that Dell is charging users with new computers to install the Firefox browser. One user told the Register website that he had been asked to pay £16.25 to have the browser installed. Firefox is a free, open-source piece of software that can be installed by anyone in about 10 minutes."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 06, 2014 @ 20:04:56 PST (62 reads)

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