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CPU Round-up: $100 - $200 Intel and AMD Processors Tested - PCstats.com CPU Round-up: $100 - $200 Intel and AMD Processors Tested
Wed, April 28 2010 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Building your own computer can be very time consuming and rewarding at the same time. While piecing the new hardware together is usually a relatively easy task, picking out the right components in the first place is what can make it more troublesome. The first component that must be decided upon before any build takes place is the processor, as this will dictate which motherboard can be used and often the memory type. With so many choices at your disposal, we understand it's hard not to become overwhelmed. Therefore we have taken a dozen processors priced within the $100 - $200 price range and pitted them against each other, so you can draw clear conclusions on what will suit you the best. We have also added a segment that compares all 12 processors on a clock-for-clock basis. This comparison of architectures aims to remove the operating frequency impact on performance and allows us to show you exactly how these CPUs perform side-by-side. Besides the processors themselves, we will be also taking under consideration the value and performance differences between the platforms used, so motherboards and chipsets will be factored into the whole equation. And now, let's meet the contenders both from the green and blue camps...
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http://www.techspot.com/review/266-value-cpu-roundup/
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Synology DiskStation DS411+ NAS - PCstats.com Synology DiskStation DS411+ NAS
Wed, November 03 2010 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Speaking of the hardware alone, the Synology DiskStation 411+ NAS is fantastic. I cannot think of any issues one might have with the unit. It would take a serious number of users to fully tax the hardware; more people than you would typically find at the DS411+'s target market of small to medium-sized businesses.
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http://www.bigbruin.com/content/synologyds411_1
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