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  1. ADK Atlanta LAN - Summer 2016

    The first ever LAN party hosted by the A Different Kind of Gaming Community (ADK) will be located near the Atlanta Metropolitan Area in the state of Georgia. The ADK community is looking to start hosting LAN parties across the United States and hopefully eventually worldwide. The Atlanta chapter has the honor of starting this journey. While we won't limit people from showing up we expect to only support approximately 20 attendees and their systems. So if you intend to attend please be on the lookout for more info on how to reserve a spot just in case we exceed our expected number. This is a Bring Your Own Computer/Console event and has a cost of $10 $5 per ticket (All proceeds will go to the venue as a thank you gift to help cover the costs of power use during our event). You can visit the FAQ page regarding specific information about this event -HERE-. If you live in or near the Atlanta Metro Area we invite you to join us as we work to bring fellow gamers together to have a great time doing what we like to do. LAN Parties!
  2. I love looking at the comp cases in fry's and microcenter, and i saw one that spoke to me. it was a ammo box inspired case and i WILL HAVE IT! you guys see any cases that make you want? heres a pic of the one i was talkin about.     [attachment=6539:c70_g_handlesup.jpg]  
  3. So you always see a lot of post wondering about computer parts and whatnot. So I want to take the initiative to kind of start a dedicated topic to help those who need help. I will start with general knowledge that I have accumulated over the 3 years of research and 14 years of computer building. Now I am happy have to people like @[member='warspitejr'] and @[member='Bromance'] to correct me on anything or to add their own knowledge in since they seem to be quite the tech gurus.   Now when you first jump into computer building you have some major decisions you want to determine first (greatest priority to the lowest priority):   You need to first decide what you want your computer to do. Then you need to determine how loud you want your computer and how hot/cool you want it to be. After the first two decisions you need to know set your budget, and then look at what you want and determine if it is within the budget (it is always great to have a lot of room to spare in the budget in case of mistakes or damage.) Once you have all that decided you can now decided the peripherals and style of computer you want. These few steps will lead to a faster determination of getting a computer build in mind. There is a lot more of computer decisions to make so I will now start off with monitors and cases since these two categories seem to be the most questioned and viewed.   Monitors   Just to solve the monitor category, here are the top manufacturers for monitors:   ASUS Acer AOC BenQ Now for monitors there are really two major types of monitor panels that you should decide on. They are: IPS (Almost dead-on color accuracy and usually glossy screen), and TN (Higher refresh rate and lower latency at the cost of color accuracy, and the screen is usually matte).   For IPS monitors you can't go wrong choosing either Acer or ASUS, and for gaming monitors: ASUS, AOC, and BenQ (BenQ is usually the best gaming monitor manufacturer out there.) ASUS seems to have a reputation of being user friendly and almost great for professional users, whereas Acer is known to have pretty darn good color accuracy though you have to recalibrate it first. BenQ is just all around known for their pretty awesome gaming monitors, and AOC is just a manufacturer that looks like it has potential in the gaming industry (iffy on it though).   Cases   Now for cases, there are only really a few great manufacturers:   Corsair NZXT Cooler Master Phanteks Fractal Design Lian Li Silverstone Corsair cases are very spacious in the back for people like me who have big hands and long fingers, their best cases are in three series: Graphite, Carbide, and Obsidian. I will be using the Carbide Spec-03 Orange/Black Steel, just because I like the design.   NZXT has some pretty nice cases in their Phantom, and H series. That is all I really have to say about them, I have never used a case by them yet they have pretty good reviews.   Cooler Master has some nice cases, but the reason I added them was due to their constant innovations and potential concepts. My little brother had a Cooler Master case, and I do have to say that they have pretty good cooling even in the entry-level cases.   Phanteks was listed because they are the case manufacturers for those who want a case like the modders out there, but don't want or have the time to build one. Now I just recently helped my dad build a computer with the Phanteks Enthoo Pro, and I have to say that it was quite nice. The cable management wasn't difficult at all, the room in the back was just as roomy as Corsair cases, the psu shroud and hdd/odd panel was nice and clean, and the front ports were quite nice. Now I do have three major nitpicks of mine, and they are: the motherboard standoffs were not as much to be wanted (I believe two standoff holes were missing for ATX motherboards), the motherboard panel was quite flimsy most likely due to the grommets and huge backplate cutout, and there two power buttons (the main one and the actually top cover, so you can either accidentally turn it on or off by just leaning on the case.)   Fractal Design seems to be liked overall, I guess their silent cases are quite nice. Other than that they seem to be great fingerprint magnets due to the nice brushed aluminum, so best not to choose them if your kids are going to touch it.   Lian Li seems to be doing something similar to Cooler Master and that is why I put them on this list. They are coming out with computer desks; and they have a really nice, super small, portable, mini-ITX case. Logan (Tek Syndicate) did a review on it last year in December.   Silverstone has only one case that has always caught my eye and that was the Raven mini-ITX case. It is similar to the Alienware X51, but you can actually build your own computer and fit watercoolers in it (Computex this year they were showing it off.)
  4. With all of the talk of internet connected cars and driverless cars in the past few months, security professionals have been warning of the fact that your internet connected car may not be safe. There have already been proof of concept research projects that allow potential attackers to remotely take control of your car and drive it against your will (faster, slower, turning, radio controls). This article talks a little more about the vulnerabilities about these cars, and how they can be secured from the manufacturer side.     http://www.infosecisland.com/blogview/23446-Vehicle-VPNs-Part-One-The-Connected-Car.html

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