Pluses are many – great range, five operational modes, easy setup, small size, full power… We were able to take our signal and security with us out to close to 800′, surf the web and stream HD movies off of our media server at 600′ and have a backup router that is quick and easy to set up. There is no doubt that this small device can carry connectivity to the places you want to go.Read more →
About Silverstone The SilverStone DC01 Network Data Center is a simple to use Network Storage Device that supports an internally mounted 2.5” storage device. RAID is supported (0/1/JBOD) through the External SATA port located on the back of the device. 2 USB ports provide further expandability using either external USB drives or to use the [...]Read more →
So what is cloud computing?
Simply put it is not off site storage or on site NAS storage, it is not web based apps, it is not your SQL server client, it is not your media or file server.
It is all of your processing, storage and applications being handled by a virtual machine based in a server. It is Virtual machines that you assign properties to and designate the usage of: the CPU core count, memory (dynamic or static), Hard drive space (virtual or dynamic) as well as the software to be used; be that Excel, Word, accounting software, database software or your own software.Read more →
The Sidewinder X6 is one of Microsoft’s first gaming keyboards. Compared to a regular, basic, Dell one, it’s quite the fancy spectacle, with back-lit keys and a detachable keypad! Now, let’s take a look at the packaging. The keyboard is in a standard cardboard box. I don’t know how I can further describe cardboard boxes, [...]Read more →
Many of you have heard of the issue which has plagued Xbox 360‘s for the past five years, it goes by many names: the Red Lights of Death, Red Rings of Death or the infamous E74 error. I had purchased my Xbox 360 console at launch and, though many of my friends may attest to [...]Read more →
Hello. This is my first Blog post! I hope to continue to write once in a while. NOTE: This is just Anti-Virus software. If you are looking for Anti-Spyware and Anti-Malware, two free solutions I recommend are SUPERAntiSpyware and MalwareBytes. Check them out! Today I will be looking at ways to help protect your computer [...]Read more →
What will we cover in this installment of our adventure into figuring out all this ‘he said, she said’ mumbo jumbo? I will be exploring the STOCK e8400 and how it handles windows XP and windows 7. Do you lose a lot of performance by upgrading? We will find out later on. Is there a [...]Read more →
My goal with this multi allotment bloodbath of tests, benches, overclocks, and all out mayhem is to explore an assortment of questions and myths and all around shenanigans accompanied with all the above. Now you may be sitting there thinking, “Well Duke no one cares about old 775 socket CPUs and for sure don’t care [...]Read more →