When it comes to storage, we all have plans of one day going through our digital files and organizing our data into neatly labeled folders, getting rid of the stuff we don't need along the way. It's a great plan, the only problem is we never seem to find the time or gumption to actually do it. The easier solution when your HDD fills up? Buy a bigger drive! If that's where you find yourself at, throw down the storage gauntlet by checking out today's top feald for a Seagate 6TB 3.5-inch Internal Hard Drive Retail Kit for $285 with free shipping (normally $300 - use coupon code: [EMCPCHH36]).
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This week’s Humble Bundle features games that are compatible with Android, Windows, Linux, and OSX. If you're unfamiliar with Humble Bundles, they essentially ask you what you'd like to pay for the package. Games included in the Humble Bundle this week are Aquaria, Fractal, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Stealth Bastard Deluxe, and Pulse* (Android Exclusive) which you can all get for as little as one dollar though you can of course donate more.
With all the attention focused on the pixel-pumping prowess of the brand-spankin' new video cards being released by AMD and Nvidia these days, an important part of the equation may be getting glossed over: keeping the hardware running cool. Deep down in our inbox, barely visible through the flood of GTX 670-related press releases, we noticed a nugget of information that may be able to help hardcore system builders with their heating problems. Today, Fractal Design announced a new six-fan controller, the Adjust 108.
When you're outfitting a new computer, it can be tempting to just buy the cheapest no-name case you can find, slap your new parts into it, and call it a day. While that might have been a valid choice in ye olde beige days—heck, early Dream Machine builds didn't even list the case—it's not one we'd recommend today. This month, we round up eight cases, from the budget to the extreme, to see how they measure up to the task of holding your precious modern components.
Hello and happy Friday! This week's Photo Awesome will be brief, and let me tell you why.
Nathan and I are putting together a case round up for the upcoming issue--we'll be reviewing mid to full towers from the likes of Cooler Master, Fractal, Corsair, and Antec just to name a few. It was a massive undertaking and we're proud to say that we're nearly finished, and equally as proud to say that we learned a lot from the experience.