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Acer Aspire 1551 11.6-inch Notebook Review - AMD Turion II - Acer Aspire 1551 11.6-inch Notebook Review - AMD Turion II
Thu, December 16 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The Acer Aspire AS1551-5448 has a bit of an identity crisis. It's nearly as small as a netbook but has double the performance with a small price premium. It's much smaller than most "normal" ultra portable notebooks but performance is not quite up to that level and has a slightly lower cost. It looks to be what some might consider the perfect compromise. For many business users the netbook has an appealing size but the performance leaves a lot to be desired. With double the performance, still attractive battery life, and a very slightly larger footprint, the Aspire AS1551-5448 seems to be going after those that are turned off by the performance of a netbook but value its size..."
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Kingston HyperX 1600MHz 12GB Triple Channel (KHX1600C9D3K6/12G). - Kingston HyperX 1600MHz 12GB Triple Channel (KHX1600C9D3K6/12G).
Mon, March 15 2010 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
With RAM kits we've known for a long time that more RAM is better than less RAM. By that we mean if you have a choice between 3GB and 6GB or even 12GB get as much RAM as you can afford right out of the gate when building or upgrading a system. We've been testing i5 kits with 4 and 8GB and the 8GB kits give you a nice performance edge over 4GB kits. Now we are testing a Kingston HyperX 12GB kit so we are going to run the normal battery of tests on it then split the kit to a 6GB configuration and run some additional tests. So we'll have the same exact kit running in 6 and 12GB configurations in selected tests to show you that more ram is advantageous. We believe that having a larger kit is so important that we can say it's more important to have more ram than it is to have faster ram. By that we mean if you have the choice of an uber expensive 6GB 2GHz kit or a similar priced 12GB kit that runs at a slower speed you are going to be better off buying the larger slower kit.
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