Want an Epic PC Case With 3 RGB LED Installed?

There is an extremely cool case out there if you are building a pc 2017. It’s from Thermaltake. It’s called the View 71 Tempered Glass RGB Edition. It has tempered glass on 4 sides, it’s 5mm thick.

It also has two doors you can dual swing open 180 degrees, a vertical GPU float bracket, support for 10x 2.5″ SSD drives or if you prefer HDD drives then you can stuff in 7 3.5″! You can mount the radiator in 3 ways and can be up to 420mm in size. You also get an I/O panel at the front of the case at 45 degree angle. It has 2x USB 3.0 and 2x USB 2.0 and HD Audio input and output.

The three cool fans you get in View 71 Case that are pre-installed are 140mm Riing RGB fans. The doors that swings open are very useful if you want to build a PC with custom hardware, for a full modular designed PC. You can also remove them completely if you find them annoying.

Liquid cooling will look really amazing with this see through glass case. It also supports motherboards up to E-ATX size, PSU up to 220mm, Graphic card up to 410mm! Liquid cooling you can do with either AIO/DIY cooling systems. Three 420mm DIY cooling radiators at same time is supported, and for AIO coolers up to 360mm in size!

This case also got advanced ventilation. You can mount three 140mm fans at the top, two 120mm fans at the bottom, three 140 120mm fans in the front and one 140mm in the rear. 3 Riing fans are already included in the case. I like how those fans have super cool rainbow light!

So clearly this case is built for gamers who want to see their modular creation at all times. Most other cases usually is just a boring black box. So I really appreciate the creativity that they did with this case. I am currently just using laptops as my main computers. But if I ever decide to build my own PC then I probably would go with something like this! What do you think about the View 71 Case?

Alfawise X5 Mini PC Is a Tiny Powerful Machine!

Alfawise X5 Mini PC is a very compact tiny PC which is running on the Intel Atom X5-Z8350 Processor, Intel HD Graphics 400, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 32GB Internal Storage, Bluetooth 4.0, 1000 LAN and support both Windows 10 and Android 5.1 dual OS! When you start up the PC you have the option to select the OS you want to work in!

If you need more storage then you could expand with a 128GB SD card. The ports and buttons that are available on this compact PC are first Power button, DC in 12V 1.5A, One USB 3.0 port, one HDMI port, one LAN 1000Mbps and finally one headphone microphone jack. On another side you get two USB 2.0 ports, USB 2.0 is 10x slower than the USB 3.0 but still many things are using USB 2.0 so good to have it! Also on this side you have SD card slot.

X5 Mini doesn’t have any fans so no annoying sound, it’s also made in aluminium material which will 30% increase in heat dissipation. Nothing super fancy about this PC but it get’s the job done and is a compact PC. Good when you perhaps are travelling and don’t want to bring a large laptop. Or when you need both Android and Windows with you at the same time. It also has a simple design that reminds me about the Apple TV.

Mini computers has become really popular lately. Android phones you can get quality phones now for around 200 euro. Instead of wasting 600-800 euro like you had to spend a couple of years ago to get quality. The competition has lowered the prices. But the problem still remains if you buy an Android phone and want Windows on it then you can’t install it! So that’s where these dual mini computers comes in handy. If you wan’t to check out the availability on X5 Mini then you can do so here!

Poll of The Day: Italian Nutella vs. Skippy Peanut Butter!

I have always been a big lover of both these two giants for breakfast. Nutella feels a bit like candy very sweet so you can’t eat as much. The peanut butter crunchy you can eat more of. And it feels a bit more healthy! Which one is your favourite? I will have to go with Skippy! But not the creamy new recipe edition! But if I would do pancakes then I would go with the Nutella everyday of the week! With maybe some strawberries and ice cream. Yum!

Game Programming in Unity! How To Make Cool Clicker Game!

I want to show people that it’s really not that hard to do game programming. But it takes Focus and dedication. In this tutorial that will be split up in many parts I want to show how you can create a clicker game. This is a 2D based game. We will be creating it in the game engine called Unity. Which allows you to create games for multiple platforms at the same time!

*Create a New Project


*Create a Canvas


*Main camera change background colour gray


*Canvas > UI > Button


*Create new Folder and Create C# Script Inside Folder


*Go to Button Add Component Click Script bind it to Button

*Add this code inside the C# script:

using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using UnityEngine;

public class Click : MonoBehaviour {

public UnityEngine.UI.Text goldDisplay;
public int gold = 0;
public int goldPerClick = 1;

void Update() {
goldDisplay.text = "Gold: " + gold;
}

public void Clicked() {
gold += goldPerClick;
}
}

What this code is doing the first part is including some default functions in Unity. Next we have our main class that we will work inside. Then we create a UI Text called goldDisplay that will be updated. We also need to store out gold and we do it inside an integer and start from 0.

Then we need to have an integer that shows how much gold should increase per click. Next we have an update function that will run to change the text element we created. First we will have some standard text but then we will include the integer for our gold. This one will always be updated.

Next we need to create a function that get’s run when we click the button. We call this function Clicked(). Inside it we just tell to update the current gold with our goldPerClick integer. Easy as that!

*In click script add the GoldDisplay to the new text element created

*On Click under runtime add Click and also add it under function to be run

*Try play in Unity and click the button now it should be updated everytime you click!

This is how it should look like:


Clicker Part 1 by phoneinf

IPITAKA Case For Samsung Galaxy S8 Is Amazing!

IPITAKA sent me their Samsung Galaxy S8 case. It’s the S8 MagCase. This is a super slim and thin case that is using the material Aramid. It’s not plastic or metal. It has been used in supercars, aerospace and in aircrafts. It’s a material that is very durable five times stronger than steel.

I like how easy it is to put on this case. And how it feels like you don’t even wear a case. This is a good case for Samsung Galaxy S8 because it will protect the glass back. Also it makes your device feel more premium. And you still have a good grip on the phone. The case also doesn’t cover Galaxy S8’s beautiful curve.

It also has a metal plate built into the case. So it’s compatible with the PITAKA MagMount that works in a car. You can also still wireless charge the phone. There is also a great grip which doesn’t feel too slippery.

And it’s scratch resistant, zero signal interference and it protect the back camera lens when you place the phone down on table. So the lens doesn’t touch the surface. The pattern also looks great on the phone! I really like the S8 MagCase it’s my new favourite case for Galaxy S8!