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Case Mod Friday: My 1995 IBM Aptiva
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Case Mod Friday: My 1995 IBM Aptiva

Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have gilmour509's “1995 IBM Aptiva” build. Here is what he had to say about it, "I wanted to share my build, as it's really been a labor of love for the past month. I trash picked it from a local computer store in December, and it's come a long way since then. It started life in 21 years ago 1995 with a 486dx2 running at a mind blistering 66mhz, with a massive 4mb ram, and 1mb video memory. The 3.5 floppy disk could hold a maximum data capacity of 1.44MB. As of a few days ago, it now has a an Intel i7 6700k running at 4.3ghz, 16GB's of 3000mhz ddr4 ram, and 8GB's video memory. The 3.5 floppy drive can read up to 512GB of data from a single diskette. This was not a plug & play build. Massive amounts of cutting, fabrication, welding, grinding, a filing were required. It was awesome."

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DOOM Developer Wants Game To Be The Best Looking 1080P 60FPS Game Out There

In less than three months we will have a new DOOM game, after waiting 12 years! The games publisher Bethesda Software has released a three-part blog series in which they detail 22 reasons to love DOOM. The last part has a section on idTech 6, which is the new version of the legendary engine that powered DOOM, Quake and many great titles. idTech 6 will power the new DOOM game and the developers of the game are very excited about it.

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The Division New York Collapse Novel Detailed

Next month when The Division is released it will be accompanied by The Division: New York Collapse. This novel created by author Alex Irvine, is a urban survivalist's field guide, but includes handwritten notes, doodles, and removable artifacts discovered by April Kelleher. She is a survivor of the pandemic and she dissects the guide’s strangely prescient text, uncovering cryptic clues that point to what’s really going on in The Division’s story. Ubisoft released a trailer to give you an idea of what the book is about.

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ZOTAC Announces the SONIX 480GB PCIe SSD

ZOTAC International, a global manufacturer of innovation, is pleased to introduce the flagship solution for data and gaming, SONIX PCIE SSD, a brand new addition to the growing arsenal of fast SSDs. SONIX is aimed at enthusiasts, introducing top-of-the-line high performance SSD product for serious gaming, productivity, and enterprise. Each SONIX product undergoes rigorous testing and is fine tuned to ensure that it meets the highest performance standards.


Water Cooling 101: Installing Your Basic Loop

Welcome back to ThinkComputers Water Cooling 101! Over the past several articles we’ve been covering all the tricks and tips we’ve learned from years of building water cooled PCs. After an introduction to the art and designing our desired layout, we showed you how to pick the best parts for your needs, and finally once they arrived how to prep them for use. Finally, we are now to the point where we can do something truly exciting and actually our hands dirty; it’s install day! Today we go step by step and show you to install your very own basic water cooling loop.

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Fallout 4 Survival Mode Detailed

Bethesda is currently working on Fallout 4's Survival Mode, which will be added to the game in a later date. While we've heard a little bit about the Survival Mode, much of it was not clear. Today a full overview of the Survival Mode has surfaced online.

Gigabyte X99P-SLI Motherboard

Gigabyte X99P-SLI Motherboard Review

Lately we have seen a second wave of X99 motherboards from multiple manufacturers. This second wave adds new features, many of which we saw with the introduction of the Z170 chipset. Gigabyte is one such manufacturer who is releasing new X99 motherboards. Today we will be taking a look at their X99P-SLI. The biggest feature of this motherboard is that it features the world's 1st USB-IF certified Intel USB 3.1 controller with USB Type-C. This controller utilizes 4 PCIe Gen3 lanes, offering up to 32 Gb/s total bandwidth. Other new features on this board include an M.2 interface with up to 32Gb/s data transfer and NVMe support, PCI-Express metal shielding, and a multiple color LED trace path. Of course being a Gigabyte X99 motherboard you get the Ultra Durable design, an all digital power design with IR Digital PWM and IR PowIRstage ICs, 4-way graphics support, Realtek ALC1150 115dB SNR HD audio, and more! As you can see this motherboard is loaded with features so let’s jump in and see what it's all about!

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