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Sparkle Computers 850W Gold Series Modular Power Supply Review  - Sparkle Computers 850W Gold Series Modular Power Supply Review
Fri, December 24 2010 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
When it comes to power the meme is “Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely” but when it comes to the computer world the reverse is true, poor power corrupts absolutely. If your power supply’s isn’t putting out clean efficient power you can be looking at thousands in component damage or loss. For most of you out there that are building a pricy rig, chances are you didn’t skip over the better power supply for a better video card because the veterans know that why it comes to the PSU there can be no compromising. It has to be efficient stable and capable. Today we will be checking out a power supply that seems to have a check mark on all the right features let’s see if the Sparkle 850W Gold Class Modular Power Supply is everything it should be:
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Seagate 2TB Barracuda XT SATA6 Desktop Hard Drive ST32000641AS - Seagate 2TB Barracuda XT SATA6 Desktop Hard Drive ST32000641AS
Thu, March 11 2010 | 2:32AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The majority of PC users out there have regular mechanical hard drives in their computers, it’s going to be a long time before SSDs replace them. Hard drive companies like Seagate know this and they’re not going to stop improving the technology, with the introduction of the new SATA 3 interface we’re starting to see hard drives to go with it. The first company out the door with one was Seagate, and it’s a big one coming in at 2 Terabytes in size called the Barracuda XT, and that’s what I’ve got for review today. The Barracuda XT is not only the first SATA 3 capable drive but it’s one of the fastest on the market today even with the SATA 2 interface. I’ve put the Barracuda XT up against three other hard drive including the Western Digital Caviar Black, a Hitachi and one from Samsung. So read on to learn about a drive that you’ll want to if you’re thinking of upgrading your system…"
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