If you are anything like me, you love to mod your cases and make them light up like crazy, I think you will love this case from Deepcool. The case has a one-of-a-kind steampunk look that i have not seen before in a case. The case is plenty big enough to fit enthusiasts level gear while being LAN-luggable and your friends will be sure to give it a second look (and maybe a third). So just jump in to check out the full press - you know you want to.
Of ASUS' mainstream motherboard lineup, the Z87 Deluxe/Dual falls in as their 2nd highest-end motherboard, behind only the Deluxe/Quad which has slightly expanded I/O features. It strikes a fine balance of features and high-end hardware resulting in a package that should suit almost anyone's needs and satisfy even the most intensive users out in the wild. ASUS has continued to impress with their various software and useful add-on features, of which the Deluxe/Dual has plenty, so let's get the ball rolling.
With the increasing popularity of esports - and the increasing amount of money being pumped into competitive gaming - sim racing has begun to take a foothold as not only a liesure activity with a hardcore fanbase, but also one that can lead to cold hard cash. In either scenario, if you're really into sim racing, and janky setups or wheel stands aren't cutting it any more, Playseat's Evolution will be just the ticket for even the most hardcore of enthusiasts out there. With a racing style bucket seat, gratuitous adjustibility, and rock solid durability, the Playseat Evolution will become the cornerstone in your sim racing setup.
My first thought when I discovered the Playseat Challenge: "Why in the hell didn't I have this during college!?" It would have saved many an awkward arrangement, bundling together random tables, counterweights, anti-slip mats, and whatever other implements were necessary to make playing my racing sims a fun (and safe) experience. Well, roommate of old, I apologize for not having a Playseat Challenge then - the perfect compact / storable racing sim cockpit. You know what they say, better late than never, well I'll have to agree. Let's get some laps in, shall we?
Two PLX chips... check. Seven PCI-e x16 ports... check. Full x16 quad-SLI... if you dare. Go balls-out and see what quad-GPU setups can really do, and why not paint a Xeon into the picture also while you're at it? And 10 RAIDed hard drives. And 64GB of RAM. This is starting to sound like one of those "dream machine" configurators you've played with when you're really bored and want to see what you're missing. At the heart of all this madness? The P9X79-E WS will accommodate all of that, and then some.