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VR WORLD’s 2018 VRPC Guide

While it isn’t difficult to get excited about virtual reality, many people have not jumped onboard yet by setting themselves up with VR-capable hardware. Whether it is pricing (top of the line PC can cost thousands), availability or a knowledge gap (or a combination of either) that stands in the way, we can certainly help alleviate part of the challenge by providing you with a PC spec sheet build for a killer VR experience, all on a budget of around $1,000. Here is everything you need to know about it. The Build Case: Thermaltake Core G21 Tempered Glass Edition The start of every PC build

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Announcing Winners of ASRock & Killer Networks Giveaway

On behalf of Rivet Networks, ASRock USA and VR World, we wish to congratulate the following winners of Killer Technology-enabled motherboards: ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K6 – Michael Kristensen ASRock Fatal1ty B150 Gaming K4 – Derrick Potter ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer 3.1 – Miekske Dingens The winners have 48 hours to contact us with their shipping info, otherwise their awards will be passed on to one of three reserve winners. You can contact us through Facebook, Twitter or at the bottom of this post. Please do not put any personal details if you decide to contact us through the comments section – we’ll make alternative arrangements. Once more, congratulations and

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Killer Networking Gains Traction

Couple of weeks ago we interviewed Michael “Mike” Cubbage, who is working hard on getting that ‘second act’ for the Killer networking technology. This small, but growing company is finding itself in the thick of action, where a often neglected part of our ‘always connected’ life is becoming more important than ever. We’re talking about networking, of course. Since becoming independent of Qualcomm, Killer networking tech really began to take off, and they’re now present in more systems than they were during their time as Bigfoot Networks, and later inside Atheros / Qualcomm Atheros. You can now experience Killer networking technology inside numerous motherboards from ASRock, GigaByte and MSI, both

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