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Custom gaming pc
Asus RAMPAGE V EXTREME U3.1, Intel X99, 2011-3, EATX, DDR4, SLI/XFire, USB 3.1 Card, Wi-Fi, OC Panel, ROG
Intel Core I7-5820K CPU, Six Core, 2011-3, 140W, 3.3GHz, 15MB Cache, Overclockable, NO HEATSINK/FAN
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 32GB (4 x 8GB) 2400MHz
12GB Nvidia GTX Titan X Hydro Copper Graphics Card
240GB OCZ Vector 180 Solid State Drive Primary Hard Drive (5 Year Shield Plus Warranty)
2TB Sata III Hard Drive
Samsung (SH-224DB) DVD Re-Writer, SATA, 24x, Black, No Software, OEM
1150 Watt Aero Cool Templarius 80+ Gold Power Supply
Coolermaster Nepton 240M Water Cooling System Radiator
Thermaltake Core V71 Tower Gaming Chassis Fully Modular E-ATX 3 x 20CM LED Fan
Windows 7 Professional 64Bit Digital License
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Xbox 1 or PS4 out of warranty?

We now offer repairs to both Microsoft Xbox one and Sony PS4 consoles. Contact us regards your repair we are happy to help.
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Delete your Temp Files to save disc space
As you can guess by the name, the temp Folder contains all those files which are stored only for temporary basis. These files are used my programs and after their use they left where they are. And that’s the issue as they don’t get deleted automatically, at least not all of them, they lead to taking up disc free space and that space just goes to waste. To access Temp folder just type %temp% in Start menu’s search area and click on the folder shown. When you are in the folder, you just manually delete sub folders and files. You might not be able to delete all of the files their as some of them would still be in use by the windows. But don’t worry, you don’t need to delete them anyways as you need them for the mean time. 
You don’t need to delete files before shutting your PC down as they are your today’s files and are being used by the windows. So the best time to delete files is when you boot the PC before working on it just go to Temp folder and delete all files. It should let you delete all files. So let’s suppose you shut down windows every night and by shut down I mean shut down not hibernate or sleep, and in the morning when you will boot you can clean and get rid of all temp files for the previous day.
There is also an automatic way to clean files whenever you boot your PC. Just open note pad and copy these lines from here and paste it there.
rd %temp% /s /q
md %temp%
After that save the file as, %appdata%\microsoft\windows\start menu\programs\startup\cleantemp.bat. When you will do this, it will create a Cleantemp.bat in Start menu and whenever you will boot it will automatically delete temp files.
This little trick also works for Windows 8 even though it doesn’t have Start menu.   
 
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Before Upgrading RAM it is better to do some research
                      

The total amount of Random Access Memory (RAM) you have in your PC might not make it super efficient but still it will make things faster. Also, it is easier to install as compared to SSD. But still you need to know how much your PC needs RAM and what type of RAM it needs. I am sure you don’t want to spend all your money on RAM that will not actually be beneficial for your PC.
If you are thinking of getting more RAM to speed up your PC you first need to know do you even need more RAM or not. To check, just right-click on taskbar and click on Task Manager in the menu. There click on Performance tab and there you can see how much RAM is in use at the lower left hand side. If it is below 25% use when you are doing normal operations, then getting more RAM can actually be good for your PC.
To make your RAM purchasing decision more effective you can also use RAM slots to get better performance. PC’s normally come with an even number of Slot, meaning it will either have 2 slots or 4. To get better performance you can split the DIMMs in more than one slot with different memory channels. So if you have two 4GB DIMMs using in two different slots instead of one 8GB DIMM in one slot you will have battery performance. This method is better if you have enough budget and don’t mind spending some extra cash for performance. It will also take more slots, so in future if you are going to need more RAM it might limit you.
You can also get full statistics of your RAM and learn if you need more RAM or not using this program called Crucial System Scanner.Just download this program and run it, it will show all results in your browser. The results will show total number of slots in your PC and how many are filled and how many are empty and what is in the ones which are filled. You will also be able to see what type of RAM you need.
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Who said Apple Mac's don't get viruses?

Look what we recently got in. An Apple mac with a Windows virus.
Until recently Mac's didn't suffer from such viruses but this has changed, take precautions now and install a good anti virus for Macs.

If you think your Mac might be infected please do not pay the ransom this will fund the criminals that send out these viruses, get in touch with us we will be able to help.
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Check out the mineral oil video
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Fully submerged aquarium pc, we are in the process of developing and making improvements into this fully functional pc.

Consists of:

Mini ITX Motherboard
Intel Dual core processor
Asaka cpu fan
4GB DDR3 Ram
250W Micro PSU
120GB Kingston solid state drive
10 Litre fish tank 
8 Litres of pure mineral oil
Windows 7 Professional 64Bit

Mineral oil does not conduct electricity this is the reason none of the components have blown. The cpu fan is purely for display purposes as the oil cools the cpu more efficiently than air.

If you are interested in purchasing a unique aquarium pc please feel free to get in touch.
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Recent case migration, Aerocool Dead Silence Cube Case
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