Tuesday has arrived with a few items for you to check out and help get you through the day. We have a look at the Kingston HyperX Fury RGB SSD, which uses a Marvell controller to give read speeds of 550MB/s and write speeds of 480MB/s while that customizable RGB lighting adds some extra flair to your case. For some more traditional RGB styling, there's a review of the Raijintek Iris 12 RGB Fans with their 120mm size and diffused RGB LEDs in the O-ring to give a stunning look. Oh, and those fans also have a remote to allow you to switch between the 20 different lighting modes. We wrap things up today with a guide on how to remove various shortcuts from within Windows File Explorer for a cleaner and more customized look to Windows 10.
Kingston HyperX Fury RGB SSD @ Benchmark Reviews
Raijintek Iris 12 RGB Fans @ ThinkComputers
Remove "3D Objects" and Other Shortcuts From Windows 10's File Explorer @ TechSpot
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