Overclockers Club posts its review of the Sapphire HD 3850 videocard. SilentPCReview plays with the Silverstone GD01 and LC17 HTPC cases. The Tech Lounge talks about Microsoft Windows Home Server.
It's been over nine months since Microsoft announced the Windows Home Server at CES 2007 in Las Vegas. There has been a lot of hype, and a very strong enthusiast community stands behind it. Microsoft has set out to create a simple server - one that everyday folks can use and manage, which won't require an MCSE or the neighborhood computer kid. Late in August Microsoft announced the gold version of WHS, and after about five or six weeks of anxious waiting, it finally became available at US outlets like Newegg for around $185. So how does the final 1.0 version of Windows Home Server stack up? Fairly well, read on for more details.