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Understanding the 80 Plus Certification - Understanding the 80 Plus Certification
Wed, December 09 2009 | 6:39PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Efficiency is traditionally an overlooked power supply specification. It says how much power is being wasted while you are using your PC. Problem is that you are paying for this wasted power. The 80 Plus certification was created to allow consumers to know which power supplies are the most efficient ones and, as the name implies, guarantees that the power supply is able to present efficiency of 80%. With more and more manufacturers trying to design power supplies with efficiency well above 80%, they decided to create three new certification categories: Gold, Silver and Bronze. Learn what they really mean."
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Macally G-S350SUAB HDD Enclosure - Macally G-S350SUAB HDD Enclosure
Thu, August 26 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
When you start to run out of space on your computer, you don't have a lot of options. You can either replace your hard drive, or add another. If you elect to add another you again don't have a lot of options - internal or external? While adding an internal drive negates the need for an enclosure, sometimes this is not an option. If you have a laptop or a small form-factor desktop you probably simply don't have the internal space for another drive. This only leaves you with the option of adding an external drive. Today we're looking at the Macally G-S350SUAB hard drive enclosure. Styled after the Mac Pro, this device certainly looks sharp, but how does it perform?
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