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Video Card Benchmarking - Goodbye Vista and XP, Hello Windows 7 - PCstats.com Video Card Benchmarking - Goodbye Vista and XP, Hello Windows 7
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"It's really been ages since I've done an editorial. I think what kind of happened is what always happens; you end up busy for a few weeks and don't get a chance to do it and by the time you finally have time to get back into it, you feel that so much time has past that it probably doesn't really matter if you do it or not. While editorials are something that I hope to bring back in the future, the reason for one today is due to the fact that we're going to be messing around with our VGA reviews in the near future. Over the next few weeks you're going to see us remove both Vista and XP from our benchmark results."
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QNAP TS-259 Pro - PCstats.com QNAP TS-259 Pro
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Intel's Atom platform has had great success in the netbook market, especially due to its low power consumption. As a result, manufacturers started introducing the Atom processor into different computer hardwares such as Tablet PCs, HTPCs, and NetTops. Now the Atom has moved into the Network Attached Storage (NAS) market. SoC are often used in budget and mainstream NAS products due to their lower power consumption, but they are not as powerful as a desktop processor based NAS. High-end NAS products like the QNAP TS 809 Pro will often use desktop processors that emphasize performance over power consumption. The Atom processor seems to be a perfect marriage of the two with its combination of high performance (due to its x86 design) and low power consumption.
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