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Corsair Graphite Series 600T Case Review - Corsair Graphite Series 600T Case Review
Wed, November 10 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"A little less than one year ago, Corsair decided to expand into the PC case market. Their first offering, the full-tower Obsidian 800D, carried a heavy price tag (USD 300) and didn't get our stamp of approval, even though it brought tons of features. Now Corsair is offering a brand new mid-tower case, the Graphite Series 600T, at a more affordable price, but carrying features usually found only on more expensive, full-tower models. Let's see if Corsair has finally hit bull's eye."
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Bootable USB Drive, Flashing Nvidia GPU BIOS - Bootable USB Drive, Flashing Nvidia GPU BIOS
Fri, April 16 2010 | 5:12PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Some days you wake up knowing exactly what you are going to do. Some days you wake up intending one thing and end up doing another. Today was one of those days. Often we get motherboards or GPU's with early BIOS and as testing drones on you get updates. After a while it gets old yanking the one working floppy drive we have left out and booting to it to flash BIOS on GPU's and motherboards. Well floppy disks haven't been the greatest quality of late and it's better to boot to a known good USB Drive than an iffy floppy that may have been on the shelf for years. Having had to do that today it struck me that other people might want easy access to a 'How to make a USB drive windows 98 bootable' for flashing their boards. Hours later here I sit with pictures in hand, bootable USB drive flashing my GPU BIOS and half wondering how I got here. All that aside lets get started. First we are venturing into making a USB Stick bootable then we'll do a short how to flash an Nvidia cards BIOS thing (GTX-480 in this case). That's easiest because that's what we needed the USB Drive bootable for.
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