ASRock X370 Taichi (AM4) Motherboard on FunkyKit
Gigabyte X399 Aorus Gaming 7 on Guru3D
BIOSTAR RACING X370GTN AM4 Motherboard on Madshrimps
ASUS ZenFone 4 Selfie (ZD553KL) (Preview) on TechARP
ASUS ZenFone 4 (ZE554KL) Smartphone (Preview) on TechARP
Oukitel K10000 Max & Pro on TechARP
Thermaltake View 71 TG Full Tower on NikKTech
Aerocool Project 7 P7-C1 Pro Mid-Tower Chassis on TweakTown
AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 versus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 on Legit Reviews
Origin Neuron Gaming Desktop on Techspot
What Remains of Edith Finch XBOX on Gaming Nexus
Arctic Summair Light USB Fan on OCInside
Scythe Mugen 5 CPU Cooler on ThinkComputers.org
Sound BlasterX AE-5 Sound Card on Hot Hardware
Tesoro Tuned In-Ear Pro Headset on techPowerUp
V-MODA Remix Bluetooth Speaker on APH Networks
Tt eSports Level 10M Hybrid Advanced Gaming Mouse on FunkyKit
Bloody B820R Gaming Keyboard on Benchmark Reviews
Corsair K68 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on techPowerUp
Team T-Force Delta RGB RAM on Vortez
Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4-3000C15 32GB on ocaholic
AMD Ryzen 3 1300X and Ryzen 3 1200 AM4 CPU on Modders-Inc
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X and Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPUs on Techreport
ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300 Wireless Gaming Router on TweakTown
Thanks to TonyR and MelB this week!
|Interesting Forum Threads
Friday, 18-August-2017 10:47:33 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Here's a quick snapshot of what people are discussing in the forums. Remember that OCAU has official Twitter, Facebook and Google+ pages - if you can follow or like us on those, it helps us keep you up to date.
Coffee Lake 6 core, this August with z370 chipsets? in Intel Hardware.
AMD Vega GPU in Video Cards & Monitors.
Replacing a 42RU cabinet almost fully stacked with a new solution. ideas? in Networking.
How close your NBN? in Networking.
Looking to fabricate vertical GPU Mount in Modding.
Nokia is finally back, and it's looking good! in Google Android.
Run .sh files without having to enter password in Other Operating Systems.
China Shatters “Spooky Action at a Distance” Record, Preps for Quantum Internet in Science.
WOLFENSTEIN ll - The New Colossus in PC Games.
What old game have you replayed lately? in PC Games.
How I store my peanut butter in Geek Food.
Garlic butter/sauce injected chicken breast sous vide in Geek Food.
Where does fusion stop and confusion set in? in Geek Food.
Heinz tinned macaroni and cheese: review/PSA in Geek Food.
Big changes to Import Laws in Motoring.
Ford F150 'Pursuit' Ute in Motoring.
ACCC Sues Ford Over Its Dual-Clutch PowerShift Gearboxes in Motoring.
Takata airbag recall (various makes affected) in Motoring.
Electricity service charges in Lifestyle.
Bathroom Renovations in Lifestyle.
Rememory - SciFi with Dinklage, Ormond, Yelchin - free on Google Play soon in Entertainment.
Game of Thrones in Entertainment.
Bitcoins as an investment? in Career, Education & Finance.
Important figures in Technology History in Career, Education & Finance.
Trump presidency and government in Politics & Policies.
Thursday, 17-August-2017 15:57:28 (GMT +10) - by Agg
From our "obvious in hindsight" department comes news that after months of my phone being so slow it was barely useable, I finally got around to backing it up and factory resetting it and now it's like a brand new phone again. Should have done it months ago..
The Senate has passed laws concerning telecomms security. Similarly to New Zealand telecommunications security laws that came into effect in 2014, telcos will need to tell the Attorney-General's Department about any changes they plan to make that could have a material impact on their obligations to secure their networks. This includes moves like outsourcing network management, offshoring, and purchases relating to sensitive parts of telcos' infrastructure.
Intel have partially unveiled their next generation Core architecture, codenamed Ice Lake. There's coverage on Anandtech. In an unusual move for Intel, the chip giant has ever so slightly taken the wraps off of one of their future generation Core architectures. Basic information on the Ice Lake architecture has been published over on Intel's codename decoder, officially confirming for the first time the existence of the architecture and that it will be made on Intel's 10nm+ process. Discussion here.
NBN Co have rated themselves as 7 out of 10 for customer satisfaction. AUSTRALIA’S National Broadband Network revealed its connections had been rated as low as 5.9 out of 10 by users but blamed individual internet providers for much of the “negative sentiment” around the $49 billion network. NBN Co revealed the score, and its average ranking of seven out of 10, as it delivered its annual financial results, showing the broadband network had reached 5.7 million premises by the end of the financial year. ITWire meanwhile point out that they're barely hitting a target set 10 years ago.
Looks like there'll be a spike in video card pricing soon, thanks to VGA RAM prices going up. August quotes for RAMs used in VGA graphics cards have risen to US$8.50, up by 30.8% from US$6.50 in July. Both RAM industry leaders Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix have allocated part of their VGA RAM production capacities to producing memories for servers and handsets, fueling the price rally. Sources from the upstream supply chain expect the pricing to go even higher in September and the shortages will pose a great challenge to graphics card and gaming notebook players over their abilities to handle component inventory.
There's a new 802.11ax Max WiFi standard and it's being hailed as a big deal. One technology that does promise to live up to the hype is 802.11ax, the next standard for wireless LANs. I say that because this next generation of Wi-Fi was engineered for the world we live in where everything is connected and there’s an assumption that upload and download traffic will be equivalent. Previous generations of Wi-Fi assumed more casual use and that there would be far more downloading of information than uploading. Discussion here.
If you're a Firefox user, there's good news and bad news. Good news: the new version will improve speed and memory use. Bad news: it'll break a heap of add-ons. On November 14 Mozilla will take the biggest gamble in its long history when the organization will ship Firefox 57, the first version of its browser that will stop supporting legacy Firefox add-ons.
|Thursday Morning Reviews
Thursday, 17-August-2017 10:37:27 (GMT +10) - by booj
Motherboards & CPUs:
MSI X299 SLI Plus on LanOC Reviews.
ASRock X399 Taichi Threadripper TR4 on TweakTown.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on Guru3D.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on Hot Hardware.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on The Tech Report.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on Vortez.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on PC Perspective.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on Tweaktown.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on The SSD Review.
Samsung T5 Portable SSD on Legit Reviews.
10TB WD Red (WD100EFAX) Hard Disk Drive on TechARP.
NETGEAR ReadyNAS 626X 10Gbe NAS on TweakTown.
CORSAIR Hydro Series H115i Liquid CPU Cooler on NikKTech.
Deepcool Captain 240EX RGB AIO CPU Cooler on Modders-Inc.
Fractal Celsius S24 on LanOC Reviews.
HyperX Alloy Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on Funky Kit.
Cooler Master MM520, MM530, and MasterMouse Pro L on LanOC Reviews.
Cooler Master MasterSet MS120 Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Combo on ThinkComputers.
Cooler Master MasterPulse MH320 Headset on techPowerUp.
Cooler Master MasterPulse MH320 Gaming Headset on ThinkComputers.
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Shift on ocaholic.
G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3000 32GB Memory Kit on ThinkComputers.
Gigabyte Aorus X5 v7 Notebook on Techspot.
|AMD Radeon RX Vega Reviews
Tuesday, 15-August-2017 14:57:13 (GMT +10) - by Agg
The reviews for AMD's new Radeon RX Vega 56 and 64 are officially available as of last night. These are AMD's attempt to tackle the dominance of NVIDIA's GTX 1070 and 1080. Here's some reviews:
AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8GB on Guru3D.
AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB on Guru3d.
AMD Radeon RX Vega Benchmark Review: Vega 64 and Vega 56 Tested on LegitReviews.
ETH mining performance on LegitReviews.
AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 64 Workstation & Compute Performance on Techgage.
Radeon RX Vega 64 And RX Vega 56 Review: AMD Back in High-End Graphics on HotHardware.
Radeon RX Vega On Linux: High-Performance GPUs & Open-Source No Longer An Oxymoron on Phoronix.
AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 & Vega 56: More To Come on Tweaktown.
AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 on TechSpot.
AMD's Radeon RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56 graphics cards reviewed on Tech Report.
AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8 GB on TechPowerUp.
Vega 64, Vega 64 Liquid, Vega 56 Tested on PC Perspective.
AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 8 GB on TechPowerUp.
Discussion continues in our AMD Radeon Vega thread.
Monday, 14-August-2017 21:55:59 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Catching up on a few reviews and projects from the forums:
Monday, 14-August-2017 15:10:24 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Once again Australia is lagging in international broadband comparisons. A test of broadband speeds across 189 countries has found that Australia ranks 55th, well behind New Zealand (30th) and miles behind table-topper Singapore. The table was compiled by British broadband advice site Cable.co.uk from more than 63 million broadband speed tests. The data collection was done across 12 months ending on 10 May, by M-Lab, a partnership between New America's Open Technology Institute, Google Open Source Research, Princeton University's PlanetLab, and other partners.
That's not too surprising, given a third of FTTN services in Australia can't hit 50Mbps. NBN Co has revealed that one-third of all active fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) services are currently incapable of achieving a downlink in excess of 50 Mbps. The network builder this afternoon released a set of figures showing Layer 2 attainable bitrates for the FTTN portion of its network, as of June 18.
OCClub have a guide to GTX 1080 Ti Overclocking. In this article, I will be covering everything from NVIDIA's infamous Boost 3.0 technology to the actual overclocking tutorial. While this does mainly apply to the 1080 Ti, the core concepts and basic principles of overclocking will apply to the GTX 1060, 1070, 1080, and the Titan X / Xp, which are all in the same Pascal GPU family.
FOTW spotted this new 330TB tape. IBM and Sony have developed a new magnetic tape system capable of storing 201 gigabits of data per square inch, for a max theoretical capacity of 330 terabytes in a single palm-sized cartridge. For comparison, the world's largest hard drives—which are about twice the physical size of a Sony tape cartridge—are the 60TB Seagate SSD or 12TB HGST helium-filled HDD. The largest commercially available tapes only store 15TB. So, 330TB is quite a lot.
Retro gamers will enjoy this huge Quake map. When the game's good enough, the mod scene lives eternal, and there may be no better proof of that than Quake. The most ambitious Quake map ever completed was uploaded on Quake mod site Quaddicted in June, and it looks unbelievable for a game that's now more than 20 years old. Called The Forgotten Sepulcher, the map is a modern reinterpretation of the original Quake map E1M3: The Necropolis.
But more exciting is this new Amiga going on sale later this year. The world's getting a new Amiga for Christmas. Yes, that Amiga – the seminal Commodore microcomputers that brought mouse-driven GUIs plus slick and speedy graphics to the masses from 1985 to 1996. The Amiga was beloved by gamers, graphics pros and many an IT aficionado who just appreciated their speedy (for their time) Motorola 680x0 CPUs, multi-threading operating system and ability to work with images, sound and video.
Elon Musk has issued another warning about AI. Tesla CEO Elon Musk fired off a new and ominous warning on Friday about artificial intelligence, suggesting the emerging technology poses an even greater risk to the world than a nuclear conflagration with North Korea. Musk—a fierce and long time critic of A.I. who once likened it to "summoning the demon" in a horror movie—said in a Twitter post that people should be concerned about the rise of the machines than they are.
|Monday Afternoon Reviews
Monday, 14-August-2017 13:52:24 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
ASUS ROG STRIX X370-F Gaming on Vortez.
Gigabyte AB350N-GAMING WiFi on Phoronix.
Linksys LGS326P 26-Port Smart Gigabit PoE+ Switch on NikKTech.
TP-Link Deco M5 Whole-Home Wi-Fi System on BigBruin.
TP-Link Deco Mesh Wi-Fi on LanOC.
ADATA XPG GAMMIX S10 512GB SSD on Vortez.
Toshiba EXCERIA PRO M501 MicroSDXC Card on MadShrimps.
SilverStone TS12 Docking Station on APHNetworks.
Corsair NX500 400GB NVMe HHHL SSD on PC Perspective.
Corsair Neutron NX500 NVMe SSD 400GB on TheSSDReview.
GAMDIAS HERMES M1 keyboard on Vortez.
Gamdias Zeus M1 RGB Mouse on BenchmarkReviews.
Rosewill Orbit-Z1 Mid-Tower Chassis on Tweaktown.
Bitfenix Nova TG on TechPowerUp.
Portable & Prebuilt:
Dell XPS 15 9560 laptop on Anandtech.
Asus Chromebook C202SA on TechSpot.
Thanks to mpot and Rezin this week!
|Ma Baker stepping down as Forum Administrator
Friday, 11-August-2017 11:49:02 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Today Ma Baker is stepping down from her role as Forum Administrator. She was a Forum-Wide Admin for a couple of years, before I originally asked her to take over the day-to-day running of the forums when my first child was on the way. He's going to turn 11 in December! So now she'll go back to being a normal forum user, which will let her focus on other things. She's been extremely helpful to me and a great friend of the community so I hope to still see her regularly in the forums. Please join me in thanking her for putting up with us all for so long. :)
|Friday Morning Reviews
Friday, 11-August-2017 06:20:59 (GMT +10) - by booj
Motherboards & CPUs:
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X on TweakTown.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X on Legit Reviews.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X on Techspot.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X on Hot Hardware.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X on PC Perspective
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X on Guru3D.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X on Vortez.
AORUS X299 Gaming 9 Motherboard on ThinkComputers.
Corsair Neutron NX500 400GB & 800GB NVMe PCIe SSD on TweakTown.
BIOSTAR G300 240GB SSD on Funky Kit.
WD My Passport SSD 1TB on LanOC Reviews.
Fractal Design Meshify C ATX Case on Benchmark Reviews.
Fractal Design Meshify C on techPowerUp.
Fractal Design Meshify C on Tweaktown.
Fractal Design Meshify C on ocaholic.
Thermaltake Floe Riing 360 TT Premium CPU Cooler on TweakTown.
Alphacool Eisbaer 240 AIO CPU Cooler on Modders-Inc.
Origin PC EON15-S on Hot Hardware.
Asus ROG Zephyrus on Techspot.
Patriot Viper V570 RGB Gaming Mouse on Techgage.
Dream Machines DM PAD L & XL Soft Gaming Mouse Pad on techPowerUp.
TP-Link NC450 HD Pan/Tilt Wi-Fi Camera on NikKTech.
Silverstone LS02 RGB LED Strip with LSB01 RGB Control Box on Modders-Inc.
|Wednesday Morning Reviews
Wednesday, 9-August-2017 09:49:27 (GMT +10) - by booj
Motherboards & CPUs:
Intel Core i7-7820X CPU on TweakTown.
MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK on PC Perspective.
AMD Ryzen 3 1300X Quad-Core Processor on TechARP.
QNAP TVS-473 SMB NAS (Tested at 10Gbps) on TweakTown.
Kingston DCP1000 NVMe SSD Enthusiast Testing in RAID 0 on The SSD Review.
GeIL EVO X DDR4-3200 16GB Memory Kit on ThinkComputers.
Ballistix Sport LT 16GB DDR4 SODIMM Memory Kit on Madshrimps.
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2666MHz DDR4 on Modders-Inc.
PrimoChill Praxis WetBench on Guru3D.
Aerocool Project 7 P7-C0 Mid-Tower on TweakTown.
BitFenix Shogun Tempered Glass Enclosure on PC Perspective.
Be Quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Orange on LanOC Reviews.
Alphacool Eisblock HDX-2 M.2 SSD Cooler on Funky Kit.
15 New AMD Ryzen CPU Coolers Revealed on TechARP.
BenQ ZOWIE EC2-A on Vortez.
Matias Quiet Pro Mechanical Keyboard on techPowerUp.
Cooler Master MasterKeys S PBT Mechanical Keyboard on APH Networks.
Aerocool Project 7 PSU 650 W on techPowerUp.
Tuesday, 8-August-2017 17:03:22 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Phoronix have been investigating an issue with Ryzen CPUs segfaulting under load. In their latest article they have a response from AMD. AMD engineers found the problem to be very complex and characterize it as a performance marginality problem exclusive to certain workloads on Linux. ... AMD was also able to confirm this issue is not present with AMD Epyc or AMD ThreadRipper processors, but isolated to these early Ryzen processors under Linux.
If giant fighting robots is your thing, you may be in luck soon. Two summers ago, a group of American roboticists formed a company called Megabots, and released a video challenging a Japanese collective to a giant robot fight. About a week later, the Japanese group, Suidobashi Heavy Industry, agreed to clash robots. After over two years of robot-building and excessive YouTubing of the process—and a year after MegaBots originally said they would fight—the two teams are nearly ready to engage.
The Net Neutrality debate continues in the USA, with Congress taking the FCC to task in a recent report. How and to what extent the FCC should regulate internet access has been a hot question for years, and the present administration holds opposite views than the previous one, resulting in a proposal to eliminate 2015’s Open Internet Order. But Congress (or at least a few of its members) isn’t going to take that lying down: 10 Representatives who helped craft the law governing the FCC itself have submitted an official comment on the proposal ruthlessly dismantling it.
Back to AMD, with the first single rack PetaFLOPS computer. On Monday, AMD unveiled a tiny supercomputer called Project 47 that achieves a whopping 1 petaFLOPS while being stuffed inside a single server rack. 1 petaFLOPS is equal to the world’s most powerful supercomputer circa 2007, IBM’s $100 million Roadrunner. IBM’s Roadrunner took up 296 racks and 6000 square feet of floor space and used 2,350,000 watts of electricity. The cluster consisted primarily of around 6,912 Opteron CPUs and 12,960 PowerXCell processors. Now ten years later the Law of Accelerating Returns (a lot of engineering work) has enabled the construction of a system that consumes 98% less power and takes up 99.93% less space than Roadrunner did.
This sounds like a sentence I would have posted about 15 years ago, but TomsHardware have a thermal paste roundup. The difference in quality between a celebrated third-party paste and what OEMs use on their builds is smaller than you might think. It's not uncommon to realize a performance improvement by simply bolting your hardware together more carefully. A lot of folks then erroneously attribute this betterment to their new paste.
Australia's National Portrait Gallery has a Digital Portrait Award contest. Submissions for the 2017 Digital Portraiture Award are now open and close at midnight on 17 September 2017. Finalist works will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra from 1 December 2017 to 18 February 2018, and the winner will be announced at the opening.
Amazingly, it's almost 40 years since the Voyager Spacecraft launched into space. Voyager 1 and 2 achieve 40 years of operation and exploration this August and September, 2017. Despite their vast distance, they continue to communicate with NASA daily.
|Monday Afternoon Reviews
Monday, 7-August-2017 14:22:32 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Sandberg Hailstorm Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on NikKTech.
ROCCAT Leadr Wireless Optical Mouse on APHNetworks.
Scythe Byakko SCBYK-1000 CPU Cooler on Tweaktown.
Thermaltake Pacific RGB G1/4 Fittings for PETG Hard Tube 16mm OD on FunkyKit.
Autonomous Smart Desk 2 on HotHardware.
Arozzi Vernazza Gaming Chair on HardOCP.
Prusa i3 MK2S Kit 3D printer on LanOC.
MJX Bugs 2 WiFi GPS Brushless Camera Drone on ModSynergy.
Corsair HX Series 850W Platinum PSU on PC Perspective.
MSI X299 SLI PLUS motherboard on TechPowerUp.
Remember you can see ASIGN_Baz's Iron Man at the Sydney Knife Show this Sunday from 11am. Meanwhile, thanks to Simon and metamorphosis this week!
|Friday Morning Reviews
Friday, 4-August-2017 08:36:27 (GMT +10) - by booj
Motherboards & CPUs:
AMD Ryzen 3 1200 & Ryzen 3 1300X Linux Performance on Phoronix.
MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK on TweakTown.
ZOTAC GTX 1080 Ti MINI on Vortez.
Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini 8 GB on techPowerUp.
HP SSD S700 PRO Solid State Drive on Benchmark Reviews.
Seagate Game Drive Hub 8TB on TweakTown.
ASUSTOR AS6404T 4-bay NAS on Madshrimps.
Toshiba XG5 1Tb SSD on Anandtech.
Bykski FOUR Founders GTX 1080 GPU Waterblock on techPowerUp.
Watercool HEATKILLER IV for GTX 1080Ti Waterblock on Funky Kit.
GAMDIAS HEBE M1 RGB Gaming Headset on Madshrimps.
AUDIOCASE Portable Speaker on techPowerUp.
noblechairs ICON on Vortez.
AK Racing ONYX Deluxe Gaming Chair on NikKTech.
Logitech Powerplay Wireless Charging System on PC Perspective.
ASUS ZenBook Deluxe 3 UX490UA on Hot Hardware.
Corsair One Pro 1080 Ti Compact Gaming PC on Legit Reviews.
Unitek USB 3.0 Hub + Card Reader on ThinkComputers.
Team DARK Pro '8 Pack Edition' on Vortez.
|Retro Let's Play - Early August - Wiz 'n' Liz
Wednesday, 2-August-2017 14:44:42 (GMT +10) - by Agg
The "Retro Let's Play" for early August over in the Retro & Arcade Forum is Wiz 'n' Liz from 1993. Wiz 'n' Liz is a super fast platform "collect-em-up", where you play one of either Wiz or Liz, two little wizards who must race around levels collecting "Wabbits" in a strict time limit.
click for the thread!
The action is frantic, and your biggest enemy is time, with no other real enemies or spikes/pits/hazards common to other games of the era (with the exception of a couple of large end bosses, but these still aren't typical). Once enough wabbits are collected, you can exit a level and take on the next stage. Bonuses can be picked up for extra time, and between levels are a number of amusing mini games.
You can play Wiz'n'Liz in your browser here thanks to archive.org.
|Wednesday Afternoon Reviews
Wednesday, 2-August-2017 13:20:01 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
MSI X299 SLI Plus Motherboard on ThinkComputers.
BIOSTAR Racing Z270GT6 Motherboard on FunkyKit.
ASRock Fatal1ty X299 Pro Gaming i9 Motherboard on Tweaktown.
MeanIt 5PM ARC Red Case on BenchmarkReviews.
SilverStone LSB01 Case Lighting System on APHNetworks.
Aukey KM-G4 RGB Mechanical Keyboard on TechPowerUp.
Logitech G413 Mechanical Backlit Gaming Keyboard on LegitReviews.
SteelSeries' Rival 500 gaming mouse on TechReport.
Corsair K68 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on Tweaktown.
SteelSeries Rival 310 and Sensei 310 on LanOC.
AZIO MK Retro Classic Typewriter Keyboard on Tweaktown.
Azio MGK L80 RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on NikKTech.
ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 STRIX OC 11 Gbps on Guru3D.
Asus Designo MX34VQ 34" Ultra Wide Curved 100Hz Monitor on TechSpot.
CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall on BigBruin.
Corsair T1 Race Gaming Chair on TechPowerUp.
LG G6 Android Phone on APHNetworks.
Alphacool Eisplateau Anti-Static Mat on LanOC.
|Gigbyte GeekRap Competition
Tuesday, 1-August-2017 10:06:36 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Something a little different in the OC&HW forum: a competition where you can win by out-overclocking, or out-rapping! Choose to compete with either AMD, Intel or your slamming rhymes. Prizes from GIGABYTE, and the contest closes Sunday 3rd of September 9PM Melbourne Time.
click for the thread!
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