June 2011

by Rafael Hernandez on June 27, 2011 · 0 comments

In our never-ending pursuit at improving your odds at finding a driver for your device we’d like to point you to our newly search-infused update to our Driver Database which should make finding a, well, driver that much easier. We have two options available: a regular Device search option which accepts company names “Intel”or device […]

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by Rafael Hernandez on June 27, 2011 · 0 comments

Good enough processor performance means that you can consider spending the extra cash you had marked on a high-end CPU for other, more pressing, matters. The AMD Radeon HD6850 and HD6950 offer great gaming performance at good prices which makes them a great target for that multi-GPU capable gaming machine you’ve been planning on building. […]

Read more AMD Radeon HD6850/6950 CrossFire setups are potent and tempting

by Rafael Hernandez on June 26, 2011 · 0 comments

AMD’s Llano Fusion chip contains a strange mix of features that makes it somewhat intriguing in many different PC niches from home theater PCs to pseudo gaming systems. The ASUS F1A75-V Pro Llano Motherboard is more than capable of running the new GPU infused chips. If you thought you were going to see a board with less than […]

Read more ASUS F1A75-V Pro Llano Motherboard sports high-end features for Fusion

by Rafael Hernandez on June 20, 2011 · 0 comments

The world of the data center and high performance computing has requirements that a regular desktop chip can’t hope to fill. Terms like density and efficiency are key so Intel has cooked up a new plan to get as much of both as possible into their next server chips. The company’s first Many Integrated Core […]

Read more Intel’s Knights Corner is no round table

by Rafael Hernandez on June 20, 2011 · 0 comments

Ben Heck is best known for his ability to modify just about any console made into a portable gaming system complete with display and sound output which is no easy task given their power needs and cooling demands. Interestingly his latest project involved none of the usual gaming systems. Instead he took his considerable modding […]

Read more Ben Heck mods more than just consoles

by Rafael Hernandez on June 15, 2011 · 0 comments

The AMD E-350 Fusion powered processor has proven itself to be a capable chip for the netbook class of mobile computer but many users expect more processing power while on the go. Their Llano A Series APU lineup features a much more robust combination of processor cores and integrated graphics capabilities along with advanced energy […]

Read more AMD Llano takes Fusion to a whole new level

by Rafael Hernandez on June 10, 2011 · 0 comments

A new interface is all well and good but it seems like the market is flooded with USB3 flash drives that are high capacity which means a high price tag to go along with it. The Centon Rush 3.0 8GB USB3 Flash Drive is the smallest capacity available in the Rush range but it can muster […]

Read more Centon Rush 3.0 8GB USB3 Flash Drive brings speed in small sizes

by Rafael Hernandez on June 5, 2011 · 0 comments

As much as we’d like to assume that we made the best possible choices when we put together our PCs there’s something to be said about upgrading that which you already have. Sure your DDR3 memory kit has served you well but you could be leaving quite a bit of performance on the table. The Kingston […]

Read more Kingston HyperX Grey Series KHX1600C9D3X2K2 DDR3 Kit packs performance aplenty

by Rafael Hernandez on June 5, 2011 · 0 comments

The Solid State Drive upgrade is one of the best performance improvements you could make to a PC but it’s not exactly cost-effective especially when you have to balance between performance and storage sizes in order to stay in budget. Intel’s 320 Series 120GB SSD offers ample space for your operating system and a number […]

Read more Intel 320 Series SSD is the price conscious option