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How familiar are you with SAS cabling? There aren't only the internal data and power connectors, but fan-out cables, MiniSAS connectors based on Infiniband hardware, external PCI Express cabling and others. We found a great overview at Uniconn Corp.
12.01.2016 Skylake Bugs Aren't Odd, They're Prime
Intel discovered that its latest 6th Gen (Skylake) Core processors have a bug that can cause the system to freeze or crash when calculating prime numbers.
29.12.2015 ASRock Announces Two Xeon E3-1200 V5 Compatible Motherboards
Intel’s upcoming Xeon E3-1200 V5 series processors aren’t compatible with Skylake chipsets, but using Xeon CPUs in enthusiast PCs was a popular choice in the previous generation. ASRock is launching two motherboards to bring that option back.
04.02.2010 An all-in-one take over
The VAR Guy posted this week that Lenovo expects All-in-One PCs will account for 60% of its desktop sales within 2 years. The drop in prices and the desire to conserve space and reduce complexity are thought to be the main drivers behind this transition and it makes sense.
All-in-ones aren’t likely to replace high end [...]
22.12.2012 Nintendo Wins…or Do They?
Tis the season to be a gamer, fa-la-la-la-la, well, you know the rest. Video games make great presents this time of year. While they aren’t “cheap”, thanks to the Nintendo Wii U™ or Kinect for Xbox 360™, they make for great family entertainment. There’s someone special in my life that’ll be getting his first Nintendo [...]
30.06.2014 Seagate Central Streams the Soothing Sounds of Summer – Anywhere
Let’s take a quick count – Spotify, Slacker, Pandora, Last.fm, Rdio, and iHeartRADIO. I think that may be all the streaming music services that I’m subscribed to, but I’m still probably missing a couple. Yet what about my CD’s? Many are out of print and aren’t even available on the aforementioned services because they’re outdated [...]
14.05.2012 Doctor Who Theme Song Performed by Floppy Drives
Who says floppy frives aren't useful anymore?