Have you ever wanted to get more out of your remote in Linux? I sure did. I spend a lot of time setting up and programming for media centres. One thing that I have found with Linux is that many of the remotes that are “obsolete” in Windows Vista/7 actually are still well supported in Linux. This makes it easy to get great remotes cheaply.
Since the card is already out of warranty, you have nothing to lose by baking the card in the oven, right? Well, it turns out that reheating your video card to a certain temperature can actually “revive it”.
The Home Theater PC has hit an all time high. Everyone wants to have a single location to play music, stream movies, and capture movies like a DVR, and some would like to browse the Internet on that same PC. I think this is a little extreme. The HTPC is now becoming the do everything PC, and not really doing HTPC duties. Do we really need a HTPC?
We are going to be covering the SAPPHIRE Radeon Model 100281SR priced @ $379.00. In this review I intend to discuss Performance, benchmarks and overall as a buyer what you should expect from this video card.
There’s been a lot of love for Windows 7 on the web, and it has generated a good buzz with media in general. I’ve given it a decent trial, and I don’t see a compelling reason to switch from Vista. Windows 7 has brought a few changes, but it doesn’t amount to much more than a theme pack for Vista.
In the later parts of Summer 2009, I was in an overclocking competition. Someone was talking about lowering the number of cores so that they could increase the overall speed of the CPU. This made sense, sort of.
With Microsoft’s new operating system out, are you looking to build a new machine, but aren’t caught up on what has changed over the last few years? Here are my opinions regarding current trends in PC building for those getting back into the game.
To Dell or not to Dell, that is the question many of us face when considering buying a new laptop. Before going out and purchasing from Dell however, there are a few things I would like to share about my experiences with them.