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SilverStone Element 850w - SilverStone Element 850w
Thu, July 16 2009 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
As graphics cards keep on getting more powerful, they also require more power. It was not that long ago when a 400 watt PSU would run the latest high end hardware without breaking a sweat, now times are a bit different. Idealy you want at least a 500 watt powersupply, and more around 850 watts if you are running a high end system. SilverStone has introduced another PSU that falls right in this high end bracket, the Element 850watt PSU. This PSU features a class leading dual 12v rails equating to a total of 62A. This much power will ensure that your brand new high end video card will have all the power it needs and then some. A high degree of efficiency also comes with this high power output. This means that you will not be wasteing lots of electricity on essentialy nothing, and instead be useing it to power your components, and drive down your electricity bill. Lets dig deeper into this SilverStone PSU.
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What is Advanced Format: 4K Sector Drives - What is Advanced Format: 4K Sector Drives
Wed, June 23 2010 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
I have a lot of friends that are becoming more and more aware of what is going on in the computing world. As this development matures, I am confronted with more and more questions about the state of technology. Sometimes, I can very easily explain the idea behind things, but the actual workings of it are somewhat foreign. Recently, a friend of mine started building his own home server (WHS) and purchased a bunch of hard drives. This normally wouldn't be cause for concern, but the website he was purchasing from delineated these drives as 4K Sector drives. So... what does that mean?
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