The EVGA Ge Force GTX 1080 featuring NVIDIA's new "Pascal" graphics processor which is the most advanced gaming GPU ever created.This breakthrough GPU delivers industry-leading performance, innovative new gaming technologies and immersive next-gen VR.We’ve also written this article which will give you more information about how we find places to sleep. So we’ve needed to do quite a few repairs as we’ve travelled.But even if your van is new, it’s always good to have a few tools and bits to fix to stuff with (and preferably a ‘Jay’ who’ll know what to do with them!If you need to return an item, simply bring it back to any Micro Center store for a full refund or exchange.
Realising that what we have in the van has evolved over the past six years, I’ve taken this opportunity to update our list with things we’ve added and things we’ve taken out (and why).It’s best to check the AA website for an up to date list of what you need for the countries you’re going to, we’ve also written an article on the subject too.Once you’re out on the road you’ll need a few essential items to keep you in supplies that you’d normally take for granted in a house such as water, electricity and gas.NVIDIA’s flagship Ge Force GTX 1080 is the most advanced gaming GPU ever created, powered by the new NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture.The Ge Force GTX 1080 comes with ultra-fast Fin FET and high-bandwidth GDDR5X technologies, plus support for Direct X™ 12 features to deliver the fastest, smoothest, most power-efficient gaming experiences.Finally, as your reward for working your way through this long list (I never realised we had so much stuff packed in our van, and I suspect we’ve still missed a few things) below is a link where you can download a PDF packing check list.It lists all the things above with a box to tick when you’ve packed it for your trip.I hope you’ll find it as helpful as us for kitting out your van and ensuring you don’t forget the potato masher, again!Apart from the links in the ‘Documentation’ section and those where I’ve stated where they link to, all other links will take you through to uk, to either a specific item if we use it, or search results displaying a range of options. There are things that you are legally required to carry in some countries that we don’t have to carry in the UK.:) While we’re in the kitchen it’s worth thinking about having a few items always in your van to save you from having to buy them when away, and so you can have a cuppa at any time!I’m not going to list loads of things, as each person has different tastes, but a few tins (soup, beans?