TP-Link AV2000 Powerline Starter Kit Review

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The results speak for themselves. The AV2000 kit is the fastest AV2 powerline adapter we've seen on the channel, but not by much. The AV1300 results we're just 15Mbps slower, but with a single Gigabit port vs. the two Gigabit ports on the AV2000 kit, the AV2000 kit has an ace up its sleeve. Though this won't improve speeds (as Gigabit Ethernet is the limiting factor) but the ability to connect an additional device to the adapter is a positive.

TP-Link Deco X50 (3-pack Mesh WiFi) Review

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If you're looking for a decently specced mesh Wi-Fi kit, that comes with Wi-Fi 6 (AX) out of the box that has excellent range, decent performance, looks great and just plain works with next to no configuration then the Deco X50 is certainly something you should consider.

Nacon MG-X Pro Official Xbox Android Mobile Controller Review

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Gaming on the MG-X Pro was a lot of fun, and with a decent mobile phone, you could easily forget you're playing on a mobile device and not a console. Xbox Cloud Gaming support is excellent, as well as Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce NOW.

Noctua NH-D12L Review

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Anyone who has ever heard of Noctua will expect the NH-D12L to perform well and it did! It offers excellent cooling performance out of the box, and is better, as expected, with the second fan attached. It sits firmly between the U12A and the U14S which both have bigger heatsinks.

How To Install Windows On a Virtual Machine Using VirtualBox

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Hi, my name is Cameron and I am an 11-year-old boy with autism from the UK. I love computers and making virtual machines to use and play with. I thought I would share how easy it is to create a Windows-based virtual machine using VirtualBox.
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Flexispot Comhar EW8 All-in-One Standing Desk Review

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The Flexispot Comhar EW8 All-in-One Standing Desk for the value and features that it has in abundance. The desk is sleek and inobtrusive, well built, has good stability even at maximum height but it's not without it's compromises.

Arctic Freezer i35 A-RGB Review

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The price to performance with the i35 A-RGB is about expected once you factor in the A-RGB included and we struggle to find another £37.99 cooler that can offer the same features. In terms of cooling, we don't recommend it if you plan on anything more than a mild CPU overclock, it's still more than capable of cooling non-K and K Intel CPU SKUs to their max turbo frequencies.

Arctic Freezer i13X Review

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The i13X is also a fairly attractive CPU cooler largely thanks to the black fan housing that extends over the top of the heatsink covering the bulk of the fins and copper heatpipes, and with a huge 6-year warranty on offer, thanks to the quality dynamic bearing fan used it's hard to not recommend this to anyone looking for a budget CPU cooler.

Thermaltake SWAFAN 12 & 14 RGB Radiator Fan Kit Review

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So, the Thermaltake SWAFAN 14 and 12 kit performs well in the cooling department, has a decent software package designed around them that is simple and easy to use. It’s fair to say that these are some of the nicest looking and brightest RGB LED fans money can buy. Let's not forget that the new flagship product can change the fan blades to control the direction of the airflow. This also has the added benefit of not having to remove the fan at all, the blade is easily removable, which also removes having to potentially remove radiators making life just a little bit easier.

Thermaltake Divider 500 TG Air Snow Case Review

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Touching on aesthetics, the Divider 500 TG Air Snow is a fine-looking case overall, and with black and white, or in this case "snow", there are yet more options for colour choices both internally, with parts choices, and externally.