Silicon Power S60 Unboxing

Silicon Power S60 Unboxing

Link to S60: http://j.mp/1vyyV2O
Link to S70: http://j.mp/1vyyZQc

Built for budget-oriented enthusiasts, the S60 SSD is able to provide at least 3K program/erase cycle with its Toggle NAND, offering a longer span and better durability.

The S60 employs the highest spec SATA III 6Gbps interface, providing a fast performance in read speed of 530MBps, and write speed of 520MBps with an affordable price.

Weighing only 2.25oz (64 grams), the S60 is one of the lightest of its kind and generates less heat and noise, making it an ideal solution for notebook users on the go.

The Silicon Power S60 SSD comes with a 3 + 2 years warranty.

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Cooler Master Devastator

Cooler Master Devastator

Devastator MB24Custom membrane design – more durable and improved tactile feedback

Ergonomic ultra low profile design

Ultra durable Laser etched and grip coated keycaps

Anti-slide rubber pads on bottom side

Dedicated Multi-media keys

LED backlight with on/off key shortcut

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Live Stream Test H81 Parts List

Live Stream Test H81 Parts List

This is a test….This is only a test.

Here are the parts list in case you wanted to know:

Motherboard: ECS H81H3-I
CPU: Intel 4660S
CPU Cooler: Raijintek Zelos
RAM Team Dark 8GB
SSD: OCZ Agility 4 128GB
HDD: Seagate 1TB
GPU: PowerColor HD7870
PSU: Sentry XPLUS Power 625watt
Case: Thermaltake Core V1
Wifi: Asus PCE-N10 Wireless N

beQuiet Pure Rock Unboxing

beQuiet Pure Rock Unboxing

I picked this up from Newegg for $35: http://j.mp/1Al5poz

• High 130W TDP cooling efficiency
• Mounting kit which allows assembly from atop the mainboard
• Four high-performance 6mm heat pipes with aluminum caps
• A silence-optimized, nine blade, 120mm be quiet! fan
• PWM variable speed operation to help balance cooling and quietness
• Compact design for easier and more convenient installation
• Compatibility with all current Intel® and AMDTM sockets
• Brushed aluminum finish
• 3-year warranty
• Product conception, design and quality control in Germany

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Berk Technology Track Pipe Install & Sound Test

Berk Technology Track Pipe Install & Sound Test

This is a video on installing the Berk Technology track pipe. It is a very inexpensive mod to my 2013 Scion FRS.

I don’t consider this a tutorial even though it may seem like it. I am not a professional mechanic or good enough to be an amateur one to be offering advice. Instead this is more of a “this is how I did it” and you should take every precaution and safety procedure I missed.

Link: http://amzn.to/1Jt8Ldw
I got the one with no tip from amazon for $124+tax & free shipping

The sound is definitely louder than stock and there is a drone or rumble when driving on the freeway at more that 3000rpm. To put it into perspective, imagine driving at 2000rpm but the car actually sounds like 4500rpm. That’s a lot like how this sounds. You’ll be driving at 2000rpm but it feels and sounds like 4500rpm (with a little more bass). You keep looking down at what gear you’re at like you forgot to shift or something.

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Intel H81+G3258+750ti Build Guide @ 60FPS

Intel H81+G3258+750ti Build Guide @ 60FPS

Hey what’s up everyone johnnythegeek here! It’s been a while since I have posted a video on here and this is my latest build guide for those looking to game or do general productivity.

This is a long 3-in-1 video from start to finish. The only thing I did not include is going to the motherboard manufacturers website to download the drivers. One thing I wanted to note was that I shot all of this in 1080p @ 60 frames per second and it looks really smooth. Some parts where I speed things up don’t look that smooth but it is better than 30fps in my opinion.

The parts might seem outdated from 2014 but at the time of this posting in LATE 2015, there hasn’t been a new chipset or CPU class that has replaced it. Even going into 2016 there would probably be a new CPU and chipset that is more power efficient and requires DDR4 memory. There might also be a 950ti by the time you see this so get that instead if it’s only $20-$30 more.

Parts List: 0:17

Build Guide: 02:51

Windows Installation: 12:49

Links to Parts:

Motherboard: MSI H81M-P33 – $52
http://amzn.to/1J7edOF

CPU: Intel G3258 – $50
http://amzn.to/1DSJcST

RAM: Crucial Balistix Sport Kit – $43
http://amzn.to/1feJFD5

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Gemini M4 – $30
http://amzn.to/1UKoMPZ

SSD: Silicon Power S60 – $48
http://amzn.to/1UKqDo7

Hard Drive: Seagate 1TB – $51
http://amzn.to/1J7fyVH

Power Supply: EVGA 500watt PSU – $43
http://amzn.to/1feK5ZS

GPU: Gigabyte 750ti – $105 After Rebate
http://amzn.to/1UKpoFo

Case: Fractal Design Core 1000 – $50
http://amzn.to/1UKpWuS

Alternate Case: Silverstone Tek PS08B – $35
http://amzn.to/1UKqd10

So roughly the system build total cost is about $460 plus tax and or shipping. These prices are subject to change so it could be as low as $400 depending on whether or not you get both a HDD and SSD.

Pandaren PS4 Full Skin Sticker – PS One Edition

Pandaren PS4 Full Skin Sticker – PS One Edition

This is a time lapse video of applying the Pandaren Ps4 Console Full Skin Sticker (Grey PS One Style Console Skin X 1 + Controller Skin X 2)

I haven’t applied the controller sticker yet. I am not sure if I want to though because it doesn’t exactly cover the entire controller. Just the face plate.

I did not do a perfect job but I think I did all right.

I picked it up on amazon for $17 and it took about 2 weeks to get to me because it comes from China.

Here is the link: http://amzn.to/1DjMO06

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Miami KeySet Installation – Tai-Hao PBT Doubleshot Keysets

Miami KeySet Installation – Tai-Hao PBT Doubleshot Keysets

Here is a time laps of installing the Tai-Hao PBT Doubleshot Keysets Miami Pink and Teal edition.

My keyboard is the Roswill RGB80 keyboard and the backlights are pulsing white but you can not really see the lights that well. So these keys does not let light through them well like the keycool rainbow PBT keys you see me replacing in this video.

Check out the other colors they have here:
https://www.massdrop.com/buy/tai-hao-pbt-keysets

It may not be on sale when you view that link but be sure to subscribe to the item and you will be notified of when it does go on sale.

You can also pick these from this website:
http://j.mp/1VhUCoz

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VBLOG 360 Degree Room Tour with Kodak SP360

VBLOG 360 Degree Room Tour with Kodak SP360

So I am rambling on about the camera and stuff in my workspace to test out how this tiny little camera works. I am using on board mics and it sounds pretty well. This 10 minute video came out to be about 477MB which isn’t too bad.

I haven’t tried the desktop software to manipulate the camera settings or the video files. This is straight from the camera to a 360 video metadata tool from youtube and then uploaded to youtube.

I have tried the NFC to connect it to my phone and the app works well. I can change settings and have a live view while recording.

I have not tried o edit the video yet in premiere and I am interested in seeing if I can add text. I wonder if straight text on curved video will end up looking like curved text when it’s all unwrapped for the 360 degree mode.

Stay tuned folks!

Link to the camera: http://amzn.to/1KcQgvt

Check out the GoPro 360 Video: https://youtu.be/pMBDA-Our4w

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