Team Europe UK BF4 PC Clan
Recruiting Active Battlefield PC 18+ PlayersTeam Europe is an established Battlefield PC adult gaming community, that has been active since 2009. Register on our forums then introduce yourself, join active BF players in TeamSpeak while you're gaming. The VIP application process is easy and effective, start by introducing yourself in our forums. To become eligible for full clan membership, the first step is to apply for a server VIP slot. Demonstrate that you are committed, then you can be invited within two weeks as a member. Being active is very important, start by posting in the forums and this will accelerate your integration. We hope to see you on the Battlefield!
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Corsair Obsidian 350D Review
We've been waxing lyrical about small form factor hardware for a few years now and for very good reasons. Motherboards such as Asus' Maximus V Gene proved some time ago that micro-ATX motherboards offer just as many features and and are just as overclocking-friendly as full-size motherboards. While it and other mATX boards may lack a couple of PCI-Express slots, you can still use a discrete sound card and even splash out on a dual-graphics system. Following this trend, we've seen a few micro-ATX cases recently, and in fact there's a move towards even smaller hardware, with mini-ITX now a viable option, with both some cracking...
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Casting my mind back 20 years or so, I remember when hard disks were barely breaching the 1GB barrier. Even though programs at the time generally took up a lot less space than they do today, space was very much a premium. I was mainly into flight simulators at the time, and these took up far more space than your average fps did before the millennium. So much so that I would have to uninstall all other games just to run my favourite sims, and even then I’d be running the hard disk with less than 10 per cent space free.
This, of course, meant it was pretty slow, even by standards back then. Thankfully, at the turn of the century, hard disks started to increase in size almost...
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Fierce PC Prodigy GT Review
Despite its shortcomings, namely slightly wobbly FiberFlex feet, BitFenix's Prodigy (check out our review of it here) is proving to be pretty popular choice for those wanting to compact but powerful PC. BitFenix has since released it in a variety of colours too, meaning it's pretty easy to build and own a distinctive looking PC. The case is also making waves with system builders too and Fierce PC has sent us its Prodigy GT overclocked system to take a look at. Fierce PC has chosen the white variant of BitFenix's case - colour is nearly as subjective as the overall shape of the case itself but if you like super-clean looking...
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Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Review
The recently launched Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 comes in at the same attractive £75 price point as its predecessor, the Fractal Design Arc, which was impressive enough to earn itself an Approved award when we first looked at it. Unlike Fractal's Define series, the Arc range of chassis prioritises high performance over low noise, with the R2 promising a design optimised for both air and water-cooling. These are bold claims for a relatively small mid-tower, especially for one in so crowded a price range, but Fractal isn't a company to be taken lightly in the realm of case design. The 230mm width of the chassis is...