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Poll: What do you use to apply thermal paste?
Back in the day, applying thermal compound was a fine art. I used to spend entirely too much time making sure the surface of...
Poll Question: • What do you use to apply thermal paste?
Poll: What's the best premium upgrade?
When upgrading their PCs, most enthusiasts seem to focus on swapping in faster CPUs and graphics cards. The CPU has the biggest impact on...
Poll Question: • Best premium upgrade:
Poll: What's the best new web browser?
In the last few weeks, we've been treated to a bevvy of major browser releases: Chrome 10, Internet Explorer 9, and Firefox 4. If...
Poll Question: • What's the best web browser?
Poll: Which tech company is the most evil?
Microsoft is generally assumed to be evil, Google likes to say that it's not, and Apple is too cool to care one way or another....
Poll Question: • Who's the most evil?
Poll: How do you back up your data?
The more data we accumulate in our increasingly digital lives, the more we stand to lose in the event of a catastrophic storage failure. ...
Poll Question: • How do you back up your personal data?
Poll: How big is your CPU fan?
As CPUs have become more power efficient, the fans used to cool them have grown in size. That might seem counter-intuitive, but it speaks...
Poll Question: • How big is your CPU fan?
Poll: How powerful is your PSU?
The range of PSU wattages available today is truly staggering. At Newegg alone, the scale starts at 145W and goes all the way up...
Poll Question: • What's the wattage rating of your primary desktop's PSU?
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|Intel graphics driver 26.20 says "game on" for Steel Division 2, F1 2019, and more||2|
|Thanks for writing this Ben. Nice walkthrough of the featureset both theoretical and practical. Purportedly, that's what us Gerbils like.||+45|