Monthly Archive: February 2015

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PCPartPicker has a massive UI overhaul

I love PCPartPicker. Since I discovered it a year or two ago, I’ve used it pretty much every time I wanted to check prices for certain parts, every time I wanted to try out...

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ITX Mid-range Gaming build

This week, 2 days late, I’ve got an ITX Gaming build. This is designed to replace an XBOX One / PS4, but then completely annihilate it on specs. You have so much more choice...

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OxygenOS – I’m excited about this

Over on the OnePlus forums they have given us more information about their in-house ROM for the OnePlus One, OxygenOS. They have assembled a fantastic team to develop it (a lot from Paranoid Android)...

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FreeNAS Mid Range build

This week I’m looking at a build spec for running the excellent free Network Attached Storage solution, FreeNAS. In its most basic form FreeNAS allows a computer to act as networkable storage. Getting more...

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