Mass Effect 3 is the third, and final installment (so they say) of the Mass Effect trilogy. The first chapter of the franchise, Mass Effect, was released back in November 2007 by developer Bioware under Microsoft Studios for the Xbox 360, and PC. The game’s story, love scenes, in dept galaxy back drop, characters, and the [...]Read more →
This week, in conjunction with Antec, we have a great giveaway for our readers! We just published our review on the Antec One HERE, and now we are giving away this gaming chassis to one lucky follower. Please read the rules for the contest below and complete them before the contest ends. We [...]Read more →
Gooooooood morning gamers! Once again we bring to you a review of another product from Cooler Master’s gaming division, CM Storm. Introducing the Xornet Gaming Mouse. Now if you have been a loyal follower of Techreaction.net you’d know that over the past few months we have reviewed quite a few products from CM Storm, and [...]Read more →
This week TechREACTION reviews the ASUS P8H67-I Deluxe mini-ITX form factor motherboard for socket 1155 Intel CPUs. Based on the H67 chipset from Intel the board supports all current “Sandy Bridge” based CPUs and is capable of utilizing the integrated HD graphics included on the CPUs. ASUS of course does not sit on its laurels [...]Read more →
All things considered this is a fun card to clock. Speeds ramped very well with the included ASUS software and the results scaled better than were expected. I suspect it was some magic sauce from ASUS. If the link with the cup\medal is clicked you will see on the far right other video cards that had similar scores to this card.Read more →
Recently, Corsair sent over one of its flagship cooling products, the Hydro Series™ H100 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler. The current Hydro Series™ line includes the H100, H80, H70 Core, H60 and H40. H100 packaging H100 packaging The Corsair H100 comes in Corsair’s signature Blue and White packaging that is present throughout Corsair’s other [...]Read more →
The Das Keyboard line of keyboards includes the Professional, the Ultimate. the Silent and the Professional for MAC. Today we have up for review the Das Keyboard Professional. Packaging & Contents: The Professional arrived in minimalistic white packaging with a a to scale photograph of the Keyboard itself. The keyboard is packaged very [...]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 →