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Q&A Video: Setup of the Thecus N5810 NAS

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Video Review #1743: Thecus N5810 5-bay Linux NAS Video Review

The Thecus N5810 5-bay Linux NAS is hardcore! And there's no wonder as it comes with an Intel Celeron J1900 Quad Core CPU, 4GB of DDR3 memory, but can be upgraded to 8GB, 2 Gigabit LAN is possible, has 5 USB ports (3xUSB3 & 2xUSB2), a LCM Display, up to 5 SATA HDDs can be installed and it's built like a tank. Very impressive!


Q&A Video: Rubber Coating Peeling Issue on the Ozone Strike Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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Q&A Video: Auto System Overclock (Asus Dual Intelligent Processors 5)

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Q&A Video: Identifying Intel LGA2011-v3 CPUs

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Q&A Video: VLC Media Player Playback Speed

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Q&A Video: Fix for Sony Vegas Crashing


Video Review #1742: V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Headphones

The V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Headphones offer the performance of the M-100s, but with the freedom of Bluetooth. One listen to these and you will agree that they are one of the best wireless headphones on the market. They come with large 50mm drivers that have a frequency response of 5-30,000Hz, a sensitivity of 107dB, look incredible, are durable and the warranty is exceptional. Also, the mic is excellent for when you are on the go. They will definitely WOW you!

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User Poll: Do you have a Fan Controller?

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Q&A Video: Updating Your Steam Profile/Group


Video Review #1741: Ozone Blast 4HX Gaming Headset

The Ozone Blast 4HX Gaming Headset is extremely versatile as it works on the PC, XBOX and PlayStation. It comes with 44mm drivers, great mic, they're foldable, have LEDs and and look sharp. No matter if you're listening to music, watching movies or gaming, this stereo headset will satisfy, but don't expect big bass.


Video Review #1740: HIS R9 380X IceQ X2 Turbo 4GB Video Card

The HIS R9 380X IceQ X2 Turbo 4GB Video Card is a middle of the road gaming video card that delivers on all counts. Crank the eye candy and 1080p gaming rocks! It comes with 128 texture mapping units, 32 compute units, 32 raster operations and 2048 stream processors, the pixel fillrate is 32.64 Gpixels/s, the texture fillrate is 131 GTexels/s, Floating-point performance is 4,178 GFLOPS and the memory bandwidth is 182 GB/s.