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Thao Tran

Thao Tran is the founder and lead editor at Voltcave. He's a lifelong PC gamer with a professional background in marketing and design. Combined with the semi-serious belief that "it's all about looking good out there", he created Voltcave to inspire more beautiful gaming setups in the world. When he's not in his chair creating tech content or gaming, you'll find him either in his home garage gym or in the mountains snowboarding.
Philips Hue Play Review: My Thoughts After One Year

Philips Hue Play Review: My Thoughts After One Year

The Bottom Line Philips Hue Play light bars are an elegant smart lighting solution that costs more than you'd expect. While more affordable alternatives have similar lighting features, they can't match the Play Light Bars' versatile form factor or Philips Hue's...

The Best Gaming Glasses in 2021 (Reviews + Buying Guide)

The Best Gaming Glasses in 2021 (Reviews + Buying Guide)

Gaming glasses sellers often claim that by blocking blue light, their products help reduce eye strain and headaches. Even though the optometrists we asked tell us the science doesn't exactly back that up, they've heard enough anecdotal success stories to recommend...

7 Simple Ways to Reduce Video Game Eye Strain

7 Simple Ways to Reduce Video Game Eye Strain

Do your eyes hurt after a long gaming session? Some irritation is unavoidable when spending countless hours in front of a screen, but there are many ways to help reduce it. We’ve compiled seven different strategies you can try together or separately to reduce video...

The Truth About “Gaming Glasses” (Do They Really Work?)

The Truth About “Gaming Glasses” (Do They Really Work?)

It wasn’t long ago when it seemed like every other streamer or pro gamer had on a pair of yellow-lensed gaming glasses. Was that just your favorite player cashing in on a sponsorship deal? Maybe, but gaming glasses also provide more than monetary benefits to...

GPU Sag: When to Worry and How to Fix It

GPU Sag: When to Worry and How to Fix It

Is your expensive graphics card succumbing to the forces of gravity? If so, you're not alone. GPU sag is common and can affect even brand new cards. An unlucky combination of GPU bulkiness, design flaws, and poor PC case fitment is often the culprit. In this article,...

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