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Q&A Video: Cables That Support 144Hz?

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Q&A Video: Braided or Regular Mouse Cables?

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User Poll: To Brown, or not to Brown?

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Video Review #1732: Noctua NH-L9x65 CPU Air Cooler

The Noctua NH-L9x65 CPU Air Cooler is a super compact, but still offers decent performance. It's completely nickel coated, has many aluminum files, 4 copper heatpipes, a smooth solid copper base amd comes with a quiet fan. This would be perfect for a super compact HTPC/SFF mini-ITX build.

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Video Review #1731: Noctua NH-D9L CPU Air Cooler

The Noctua NH-D9L CPU Air Cooler is all about being low profile, but still offering excellent performance. It comes with an excellent NF-A9 92mm fan and another can be added for even better results. The nickel plated heatsink is stunning with copper heatpipes, aluminum towers and a solid smooth copper base. As well, the SecuFirm2 mounting system makes it a snap to install.

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Q&A Video: Twisted Pair Network Cables 101

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Q&A Video: Dual or Single Subwoofer?

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Video Review #1730: Tt eSPORTS Cronos AD Gaming Headset

The Tt eSPORTS Cronos AD Gaming Headset is cute, foldable, durable, sounds great and has an excellent mic. If you need an incredible headset that's portable at rock bottom price, you've found it! Totally impressive for $60!

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User Poll: Form or Function?

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Microsoft likely to kill control panel

"Software giant Microsoft is planning to kill off the control panel in future versions of Windows 10. Currently there are two ways to change system settings on Windows 10. There is the familiar 'Control Panel' and the touch-friendly 'Settings' app. This was seen as a major problem in Windows 8 and was slammed by those who felt it made things unnecessarily complicated. " Read More

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Intel Skylake Processors Perform Best With DDR4

"According to MSI’s latest press release, although regular DDR3 memory might work fine with Intel’s latest 6th Generation processors (Skylake), media confirms that for the best performance results DDR4 is the best memory to pair with Intel’s latest ‘Skylake’ Processors." Read More

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Why Intel continues to make money while PCs nose-dive, in two words

"We normally think of Intel as the engine of the PC. But as Intel proved on Tuesday, the company can keep increasing revenue even as the PC market declines—and if it ever recovers, Intel’s business is poised to take off. Why? Data centers..." Read More

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