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  1. Yesterday
  2. Nice! Lol yeah AMD builds are rare nowadays. Glad to see AMD with a comeback.
  3. First time I've heard of this company as well. Looking forward to it.
  4. Well, my girlfriend just ordered an iPhone 11 Pro. Will see how it is soon
  5. I think that's an interesting case haha. Big intake fans ftw!
  6. Last week
  7. Wow very nice upgrade! Finally a Ryzen owner here at APH? Haven't seen an AMD build in literally years.
  8. Good job - you covered the entire SK series sizes. Can't find much on the availability but I'm very interested in buying one.
  9. Great review Aaron - very detailed as always.
  10. At least they didn't increase the price - Apple may have figured people don't have unlimited budgets for phones.
  11. Most companies probably just absorb the cost but yes in the long run it's how it works.
  12. Check the Review Tracker https://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/SHB2515BK_00/2000-series-in-ear-true-wireless-headphones
  13. It's been a while since I upgraded my main rig, and I felt like with AMD announcing Ryzen 3000, it was finally time. Here are some pictures to get started with, but some of these images will also be revealed with the upcoming H510 Elite review, which is the case I chose to build in. Decided to go with the Ryzen 7 3700x and an ASUS X470 Prime Pro. I know it seems like an odd combination but I had several reasons for this. The CPU is probably less of the odd choice as I personally saw it as a massive upgrade to a quad-core Intel i5 4670K. With double the cores and four times the threads, I did not seem to care as much for the Ryzen 5 series. Furthermore, I wanted something with a bit more power for game streaming, which is something I have been more interested in. The motherboard choice was a bit more difficult. Right before I went to Memory Express (local retailer with decent customer service), I told myself I'd be getting the AORUS X570 Elite. However, I really was struggling with the fact I would be buying a motherboard with a tiny chipset fan. The fact I knew it would be the first thing to go, coupled with how loud these tiny things can get, made me shake my head in disgust to it. I could have gone with the B450, especially since I do not have multiple GPUs, but the only B450 I was interested in only had a single M.2 slot. Paying a bit more for the white color to match the rest of my build seemed to make sense to me, especially as these were the only two components I purchased new. Memory Express had to update the BIOS on this motherboard for me (they do it for free if you buy the motherboard and CPU from them!), which is why the 3700x is already mounted. The rest of my build may seem familiar to you readers, especially since they are mostly reused parts. In this shot I also have a WD Blue SN500 500GB mounted under the "M.2 Heatsink". More updates to follow!
  14. Yessir! Review is up too! https://aphnetworks.com/reviews/silverstone-lucid-ld03
  15. I too was surprised to see the Xr -> 11 price drop by $50 -- definitely not expected for Apple, let alone any smartphone manufacturer. Otherwise, nothing compelling enough to make me want them. $1K (CAD) phones are still a mind boggle for me
  16. Thanks guys! Haha they definitely look pretty sweet when done right.
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