Before we left SEMA 2014, we decided to do a stereo and speaker upgrade on our old Volvo.
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We made it to SEMA in Las Vegas and saw some great new tools for your maker kit.
We're prepping for a long distance road trip. Vegas, here we come!
Does overclocking have any real-world benefits? We test out the latest Haswell-E chip to find out!
Want to make your hair stand on end? Make a Van De Graaff generator!
We turn Rev3Games' Twitch chat into the camera switcher!
This week is a little different--we're putting together an emergency kit for when the next big disaster strikes.
Our resident PC elitist joins to show us a thing or two about cable management.
We don't need no stinkin' consoles...or PC cases for that matter. We build a sub-$400 (and even cheaper if you shop around!) gaming PC that can run games like Titanfall on High settings.
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This week we're going through yet another horrible ordeal--replacing broken screens from iOS devices.