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MSI R4770 T2D512 Radeon HD 4770 Video Card Review  - PCstats.com MSI R4770 T2D512 Radeon HD 4770 Video Card Review
Thu, May 21 2009 | 2:18AM | PermaLink Feedback?
MSI's card is the same as the reference design Radeon HD 4770, as the clock speeds and specifications are the same in almost every way. Performance of the card is similar to the other HD 4770s I've tested. Overclocking on the card reached a high of 820MHz for the core and 825MHz (3300MHz) for the memory, an impressive overclock. The cooling solution on the card is excellent as the fan makes little noise during operation and the heat pipe effectively cools the card. You have to remember this card is available online for the price of $109.99, making it compete against the 9800GTX/GeForce GTS 250 and not the heavy hitters like the GeForce GTX295 or GTX285 or its bigger brother the HD 4890. For those wanting great performance for the around $100 price range the HD 4770 from MSI fits the bill.
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AIC MiniBOD-T082 8-Bay 2.5-inch JBOD Enclosure - PCstats.com AIC MiniBOD-T082 8-Bay 2.5-inch JBOD Enclosure
Mon, July 19 2010 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Many things come to mind when we think about portable storage; USB pen drives, USB external drives and maybe even some eSATA solid state hybrid drives if you have a taste for the exotic. None of these are going to cut it when other people’s money is on the line, because they should all be considered temporary storage. Valuable data should always remain in a redundant state, be that a NAS server or multiple copies kept on different devices. Over the years we have covered devices that were designed with a broad range of users and a few that focus on specific users. The AIC MiniBOD is of the latter category and focuses on users looking for uncompromised performance when dealing with valuable data and making that data available on the go in other locations. I could come up with several scenarios where the AIC MiniBOD would be a perfect fit for professionals, but instead of just coming up with one I will share a time in my life when the MiniBOD would have been very useful."
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