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Make Your Amazon Kindle Fire HDX More Android-Like without Root

The Kindle Fire HDX 7 is pretty awesome. With a 3DMark score of 16581, it has some serious CPU and GPU power behind it. In fact, it’s a rather amazing gaming tablet, but Amazon doesn’t advertise it that way. The current ROM version has not been rooted yet, so this blog post focuses on ways […]

Toshiba Model S75D-7272 Laptop (and Ditching Win8 for Win7)

AMD Ruby is smokin’, eh? Toshiba Model S75D-7272 Specs: AMD Quad-Core A10-5750M Accelerated Processor Windows 8 (I tell you how to load Win7 below) 8GB DDR3L 1600MHz memory (I popped in 16GB of 1600/CL9) 1.0TB (5400 RPM, Serial ATA) (Replaced with SSD) DVD-SuperMulti drive (+/-R double layer) (Replaced with SSD using a universal optical drive […]

The FastMHz Hackintosh

What does one do when they end up with a freebie Intel Core 2 Duo machine with hardware as standard as it gets? Make a Mac of course! Complete with retro Apple logo 😀 Here you can see the internals. There are two WD Velociraptors, a 150GB for Time Machine backups, and a 320GB for […]

CPU Fan adapter to allow 80mm fan on 60mm HSF unit

First, a look at some of the tools I used to build one of these (and do some of my other mods). A good drill and bit set are needed. Additionally, a dremel or two. The 30,000RPM electric model works great for tougher things, and the versapak powered one works fine for smaller tasks. Yes, […]