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OC Inside Two For One
Seagate 2TB ST2000DX001 SATA3 SSHD

"SSD, HDD or SSHD ? We have already published some SSD and HDD reviews on OCinside.de and for quite some time we are also testing the combination of solid state drive and hard disk drive in one drive - the so-called SSHD. The advantages of the SSHD are obvious: The price is several times below a SSD with identical capacity. Now we like to answer the question if the SSHD can keep at least partially with a SSD, or if it is more on the level of a conventional hard disk. Seagate send us their latest Seagate ST2000DX001 SATA3 desktop SSHD consisting of a 2 TB hard drive with 8 GB MLC memory, which we will test in this review."

Logitech G13 Advance USB Gameboard Reader

"You like to do a thousand things at the same time while playing online games. Jump and reload while overrunning the enemy hordes and post the teammate in the group the number of today's victories. For a standard keyboard these functions are usually far apart and can not be assigned that easily. Here Logitech offers a solution with their G13 Gameboard. It is a little extra keyboard which is supposed to find its place next to the normal keyboard. Full of features and options, it is an useful supplement for every gamer desk."
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, November 22, 2013 @ 18:33:05 PST (558 reads)
Remembering Windows 1.0
"The big story in The New York Times on November 20, 1985, concerned Hurricane Kate's advance as it smashed into northern Cuba and the Florida Keys before barreling north to threaten the Gulf Coast. But another big story -- for the technology world -- was about to unfold thousands of miles away in Las Vegas, where the Comdex trade show was getting under way. Apple had grabbed headlines a year earlier with the introduction of its graphical Macintosh. Now, after two years of delays, Microsoft was finally ready to debut the much-promised Microsoft Windows. Ford's Edsel arguably received better reviews. Computer reviewer Erick Sandberg-Diment wrote in his column that "running Windows on a PC with 512K of memory is akin to pouring molasses in the Arctic." That critique was one of many describing the product as an unadulterated flop."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, November 21, 2013 @ 01:12:05 PST (611 reads)
eTeknix Two For One
Gigabyte GTX 780 GHz Edition 3GB Video Card

"With AMD’s R9 290 coming in at a price point of $399 Nvidia’s GTX 780 has been put under pressure at its $499 price point since the R9 290 more or less beats it for 100 dollars less. Nvidia was already on the defensive from the release of the R9 290X, forced to drop the price of its GTX 780 down from $649 to $499, but with the release of the R9 290 at a much lower price than expected the GTX 780 is surely due another price cut? Well Gigabyte aren’t hanging around for that to happen and they are instead doing something a bit different by making a GTX 780 “GHz Edition”. Yes you heard that right, a GHz Edition – that notorious AMD phrase which AMD used on the HD 7970 GHz Edition and HD 7870 GHz Edition. Gigabyte’s interpretation of a GTX 780 “GHz Edition” is taking the GTX 780 GPU and overclocking it from the stock 863MHz on the core and 900MHz on the boost, to 1020MHz on the core and 1072MHz on the boost. That’s a whopping 19% overclock compared to a stock GTX 780!"

Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 550W CM Power Supply

"Be Quiet have an extensive portfolio of power supply segments starting from the “most premium” to the “most budget” they are the Dark Power Pro, then Straight Power, then Pure Power, then SFX Power, then TFX Power and then System Power. Today we have with us one of the most premium models, and more specifically the Dark Power Pro 10 550W CM power supply, with the CM denoting cable management or a modular design. Some of the features of the specific model we have today include 80 Plus Gold certification, a 135mm Silent Wings fan, a rubber anti-vibration brace, a almost fully modular design (only the 24 pin comes pre-attached) and an innovative “overclocking key” which allows you to toggle between quad 12 volt rails or a single 12 volt rail."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 @ 19:34:17 PST (652 reads)
Cooler Master V700 Modular PS
OC Inside has a review of the Cooler Master V700 modular power supply, head over and give it a look.

"The Cooler Master V700 is a fully modular power supply and enables an optimal adjustment of all internal PC cables. The 80PLUS Gold power supply and the connecting cables are supplied each in a bag to have all necessary cables ready to hand for the next PC upgrade. The first impression of the new 700 watt power supply is already excellent. In the following review, we look at the modular Cooler Master V700 high-end PSU and compare the results with some power supplies from a wide variety of price range."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 16:09:42 PST (568 reads)
Happy Veterans Day
"The United States marked Veterans Day on Monday with ceremonies across the nation, from small-town parades honoring those who served in the armed forces to the president marking the day at Arlington National Cemetery. President Barack Obama laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in a ceremony in which he called veterans "those who fought for our freedom and stood sentry for our security." "On this hillside of solemn remembrance, in veterans' halls and in proud parades across America, we join as one people to honor a debt we can never fully repay," Obama said."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 15:02:54 PST (577 reads)
Evening Reading
"In space, astronauts go for years without a fresh supply of water. Floating in a capsule in outer space they wash and drink from the same continuously recycled source. So why, asked Swedish industrial designer Mehrdad Mahdjoubi, do we not do the same on Earth? This was the concept behind the OrbSys Shower -- a high-tech purification system that recycles water while you wash. In the eyes of Mahdjoubi, we should start doing it now, before it becomes a necessity."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 04:49:43 PST (521 reads)
More On Website Security
Testing The Security Of Your Website Part 3

"Some programmers trust that users will access a webpage the way the developer intended. What if the user tries to manipulate and change variables? What will happen? This is something you must test on your website."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, November 06, 2013 @ 18:36:20 PST (587 reads)
Evening Reading
"What happens when you have an infinite supply of hard drive parts, 400 hours and a passion for hard drive and race cars? Rob Ryan, Western Digital (WD) Technologist, Advanced Concepts Team, and his family set out to create a WD F1 car unlike anything the world has ever seen. The WD F1 car looks like a real RC car and is comprised of 5 spindle motors and two Voice Coil Motors (VCM) from WD hard drives that are all still functional but only the drivers head is powered."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, November 06, 2013 @ 18:29:10 PST (602 reads)
Hardware Secrets Two For One
Testing The Security Of Your Website Part 1

"If you have a website, a blog, or a forum, it is very important to audit its security, in order to prevent people from exploiting it. In the first part of this tutorial, we will cover basic information and procedures that every website owner should know. Check it out."

Testing The Security Of Your Website Part 2

"You should not publish email addresses on your website, as spammers run programs that sweep the web looking for email addresses to build a database to send spam or sell said database to other spammers. This kind of program looks specifically for the HTML code "mailto:," meaning clickable email addresses are more prone to be collected by spammers."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, November 04, 2013 @ 18:36:27 PST (630 reads)
Evening Reading
"Before the transcontinental race in "Cannonball Run," the starter tells the gathered racers, "You all are certainly the most distinguished group of highway scofflaws and degenerates ever gathered together in one place." Ed Bolian prefers the term "fraternity of lunatics." Where the 1981 Burt Reynolds classic was a comedic twist on a race inspired by real-life rebellion over the mandated 55-mph speed limits of the 1970s, Bolian set out on a serious mission to beat the record for driving from New York to Los Angeles. The mark? Alex Roy and David Maher's cross-country record of 31 hours and 4 minutes, which they set in a modified BMW M5 in 2006."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, November 04, 2013 @ 18:16:22 PST (511 reads)
Pro-Clockers Two For One
Raidmax Vampire Case

"Banish thoughts of sparkling tween idols mooning over one another under the full light of the sun. Real vampires are twistedly handsome Gothic corpses that invoke fear and dread with a touch of dark eroticism. The Vampire case from Raidmax conjures images of Gothic castles with its black rounded edges and sweeping elegant front panel. While not directly copying the architectural style, the Vampire is an attractive case that is built well from the ground up."

S2Innovation Axiom Pro Case

"The Axiom Pro PC Case struck a chord with me from the start, because of its innovative filtration system. As a life-long asthma and allergy sufferer, anything that might help keep my PC and the air around me cleaner has already half-way won me over. To fully win me over, it has to deliver on that promise. Based out of Korea, S2innovation Co. Ltd is new to the market and they’re planning on taking it by storm."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, October 31, 2013 @ 18:50:38 PDT (503 reads)
FrostyTech Two For One
Silverstone NT01-Pro Heatsink

"Silverstone's NT01-Pro is a heatsink designed for small form factor cases or finicky situations where a standard tower heatsink just won't fit. Really though, if you've got a SFF chassis, HTPC or a height restricted 4U rack mount case, the Silverstone NT01-Pro heatsink is going to be of particular interest."

Zalman CNPS2X Low Profile Heatsink

"This little heatsink from Zalman is called the CNPS2X and it looks like it should be found on an entry level videocard, motherboard chipset or possibly a miniITX motherboard. It is small. To give an idea of how small, the impeller from a 120mm fan is larger than this entire heatsink."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 @ 19:55:03 PDT (499 reads)
eTeknix Two For One
OCZ Vertex 450 256GB SSD

"The other key element of the Vertex drives is value. In a market where competition is fierce, being able to bring top level performance down to mainstream prices is a huge factor in sales and this is what the new Vertex 450 is primarily aimed for. Since the acquisition of Indilinx, OCZ have been fitting their own proprietary controllers to their drives reducing the overall cost of the drives, which as we know is great news for the end user. The BF3-M10 controller that we see in use in the 450 is a slightly cut back version of that used on the Vector. Whilst it has a slightly lower clock speed, its clock generator has been optimised for performance and with the teaming of some 20nm NAND, OCZ have built the drive with Vector like specifications - but at a lower cost."

Cooler Master CM Storm Mech Keyboard

"Available for around £125 here in the UK the Mech isn't exactly cheap, but in that respect, mechanical keyboards never are. While £100+ mechanical gaming keyboards are not uncommon, this price puts the Mech into the firing line of some truly fierce competition from Razer, Corsair and Ducky, all of whom have similar priced products that have proven themselves to be a solid investment. I have high hopes for the Mech, the Pulse-R headset was incredible and if the keyboard is half as good as that, we'll be off to a good start. So let's get right to the good stuff and see what CM Storm have to offer here."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 @ 16:57:31 PDT (507 reads)
OC Inside Triple Play
ASRock Z87 Extreme 4 Motherboard

"Today we test the new ASRock Z87 Extreme4 Intel LGA 1150 motherboard at OCinside.de. It is based on the Intel Z87 chipset and offers a high-quality solution for current 1150-pin Haswell processors like the Intel Core i7-4770K, Intel Core i5-4570 or the Intel Core i5 4670K, which we have used to test and overclock this motherboard. Surely only a few motherboards can compete with the recently tested ASRock Z87M OC Formula when overclocking, but the basic equipment of the ASRock Extreme series sets definitely new standards. The ASRock Z87 Extreme4 offers for example a total of five PCI Express slots, up to nine USB3.0 ports, eight SATA3 ports, eSATA3, DisplayPort, 15-pin D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI out, HDMI in and purity sound with digital sound output over an optical S/PDIF output. We may be curious to see all results of the ASRock Z87 Extreme4 in the following review."

Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Case

"The Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 PC case does not only caught the eye by its special simplicity, but due to the large mesh surfaces on the top and the front, which have an extremely high airflow and thanks to the integrated dust filters they can be cleaned very easily as well. Fractal Design delivers the Arc R2 mid-tower PC case with an acrylic window, USB 3.0 ports, three silent 140 mm R2 fans with 3-step fan control and the case can be converted to support a dual radiator inside of the chassis. The Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 review will show if this case can convince in practice."

Cooler Master G500 Power Supply

"Cooler Master offers with the Cooler Master G500 PSU a new 80PLUS bronze power supply in the lower price segment. At OCinside.de, we already tested some Cooler Master power supplies and can thus make a good comparison to some high-end and low-budget PC power supplies. Let us take a look at the inexpensive non-modular Cooler Master G500 power supply, that will convince with no frills but with a good energy efficiency at a reasonable price."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, October 14, 2013 @ 17:43:37 PDT (558 reads)
Hardware Secrets Two For One
How A ADSL Connection Works

"ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is one of the most popular technologies for Internet connection, using the infrastructure of your local telephone company. There are several types of DSL (a.k.a. xDSL) connections, such as VDSL, with ADSL being the most popular one in most countries. Its name comes from the fact that its download speed is higher than its upload speed, hence classified as asymmetrical. A symmetrical connection is one where the download and the upload speeds are the same."

How Cable TV Is Used For Internet Access

"The cable TV network can be used for connecting a computer or a local network to the Internet, competing directly with DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) technology. In this tutorial, we will teach you how this kind of connection works."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, September 19, 2013 @ 07:49:03 PDT (508 reads)
Legit Reviews Two For One
ECS Z87H3-A2X Extreme Motherboard

"Overall I was happy with the performance and user experience with the ECS Gank Machine Z87H3-A2X Extreme motherboard. Right now you can pick up the ECS Z87H3-A2X Extreme for as little as $239.99 which certainly isn't the highest cost motherboard to come across the Legit Reviews bench, nor is it the lowest cost. Overall I didn't have any issues with the ECS Z87H3-A2X Extreme Z87 motherboard at the settings we used for testing today. It wasn't until I started working on the overclocking that it got a little tricky..."

Cooler Master torm Havoc Mouse

"With so many gaming mice to choose from, one has to wonder what Cooler Master’s newest mouse has to offer. On paper, the CM Storm Havoc looks like many other gaming mouse – side buttons, a laser sensor, and macro profiles. On the other hand, a $45 mouse (Amazon.com) with those kinds of features is of good value when there are some mice cost nearly twice that amount."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 @ 19:04:26 PDT (567 reads)
Zynga In Depth
"Will it? At the time, Pincus had ample reason for confidence. Zynga was riding high after several years of success. Since its July 2007 founding, Zynga raked in hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital, launched massive hits like FarmVille, Mafia Wars, and CityVille, and turned a 2010 profit of $90.5 million. It was also on an acquisition binge, picking up 11 companies in as many months between 2010 and 2011. But even as the prospectus was published, Zynga's star was losing its luster. For one thing, profitability was an aberration; 2010 was the only year that Zynga made a profit, and since 2008 the company has sustained a net loss of just under $600 million."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 @ 02:15:50 PDT (796 reads)
Heaven Media Two For One
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 OC WindForce 3X

"As good as the GTX 780 is, it was getting a little boring. Gaming gets a bit stale in the summer but now we are starting to see new games on the horizon and three hit this week with the launch of Splinter Cell Blacklist, Saints Row IV and Final Fantasys new MMO, A Realm Reborn. So today we will take a look at Gigabytes GTX 780 Overclock and while we are at it compare to a standard 780 as well as the fastest single GPU card AMD have to offer; finding out how each performs in those new titles as well as the likes of Crysis 3 and Battlefield 3."

Gigabyte Force K7 Keyboard

"While Gigabyte are primarily a manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards they do a wide range of other products, from full systems to PC peripherals. We have seen a number of those peripherals in the past and overall we have been impressed by the performance and design. Today on our test bench we have Gigabyte's latest gaming keyboard, the Force K7. This mid-range model features ultra-short key travel and selective anti-ghosting around the WASD key cluster."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, September 12, 2013 @ 17:00:17 PDT (582 reads)
Technology X Two For One
Angelbird SSD2Go & Angelbird SSD2Go TWIN SSD

"With the rapid progress of technology from one day to the next, concepts, ideas, inventions, and reinventions suddenly turn from wishful thinking into reality. In the case of solid-state drives the burning question was whether we would see a viable external solution. Conventional hard-drives already go their external variant primarily thanks to USB 2.0; with the raw speed and performance of SSDs however, the lagging catalyst was the upgraded USB 3.0 interface standard. Of course a slue of other components were needed as well – cooling, enclosure size, controllers, design, chipsets just to name a few. Only recently after advancements in each area did this mix come together to form a practical external SSD concoction in the Angelbird mobile SSD line. Today we take a look at two different models – the $780 Angelbird SSD2go 480GB and the $900 dual Angelbird SSSD2go TWIN 480GB (240GB x 2). We will see if the Angelbird drives are worth their premium prices, and if they can indeed perform at SATA 3.0 speeds using USB 3.0."

Cougar Archon Case

"The mid-tower PC case market is a very crowded segment, so differentiating yourself from the competition is what is going to be required in order to become a successful product. Even the sub-category of "gaming" mid-tower PC case is becoming populated with dozens of choices. When we drill even further down to the sub-sub-category of "budget" "gaming" mid-tower PC case, the choices begin to thin considerably. The Cougar Archon mid-tower PC case is being marketed as "the cutting edge gaming case" -- a very strong statement for a budget case with an MSRP of $49.99 (priced on Newegg.com 8/19, $3.99 for shipping). We would like to thank Cougar for providing the review sample. Let's give the Cougar Archon a closer look, and see how it is to build a system into."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, September 12, 2013 @ 16:53:03 PDT (535 reads)
Benchmark Reviews Two For One
Intel Core i5-4430 CPU LGA1150

"When Intel sends out press samples of their new CPUs, they generally provide the top-end desktop products like the Core i7-4470K. And it’s fun to have the latest new super-fast processor to play with. But most people don’t need this level of power, and indeed in many cases even enthusiasts won’t make full use of the capabilities of a high-end part. Given that, might a less expensive, mid-range CPU be a better choice? Benchmark Reviews tests the mid-range Intel Core i5-4430 CPU, desktop processor model BX80646I54430, to find out."

SilverStone SST-AR03 CPU Cooler

"The Argon AR01, AR02, and AR03 are all designed to be more accessible alternatives for enthusiasts, with each model fulfilling a specific purpose. Sporting six 6mm direct-contact heatpipes and a 140mm wide tower-style heatsink assembly, the AR03 is the top option available in the Argon family with the most cooling capacity. Benchmark Reviews will have a chance to find out if the AR03 belongs at the top of the Argon family."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, September 12, 2013 @ 16:45:16 PDT (527 reads)
TweakTown Two For One
Steiger Dynamics Leet HTPC Case

"Even though Steiger Dynamics is very new to the chassis building game, when I saw the news of this company and what they were doing, it was almost like love at first sight. Coming from a guy who sees literally a ton of cases, it isn't very often that when I look at something in press images, I am as intrigued with them as I was with this new chassis. Even with flat lifeless images, it was very easy to see that Steiger Dynamics has a great design team, as well as not stopping at any cost to bring you the best of the best, while still delivering an HTPC design that tops every other design out there right now."

Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Keyboard

"I can already hear the kiddies complaining about the lack of some of the features that will eventually cost you in the realm of $100 to get something that fits that mold. That is the thing, while this new keyboard takes things back to the basics of what a mechanical keyboard is all about, Thermaltake and the Tt eSPORTS crew have done a wonderful job of delivering the best of what they do offer. You are getting an illuminated keyboard and brightness levels, and even the option to turn them off all together. Next to each individual LED there is a Cherry MX blue switch that offers a tactile feel with an audible click. They also include multimedia keys integrated into the F-Keys, 6 - 8 key NKRO support, and a Windows lock key to help you stay in the game."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, September 09, 2013 @ 14:22:20 PDT (572 reads)
Gamescom 2013
Our friends at OC Inside have coverage of Gamescom, if you are going you might want to consider taking your favorite translator though.

"The gamescom 2013 took place in Cologne, Germany and is one of the most important gaming fairs in Europe. Of course also the OCinside.de online magazine visited gamescom and shows new games, hardware, consoles and casemods on 6 pages with more than 170 pictures. It is only available in German language, but it is worth watching the pictures with or without a translation tool to discover the latest gaming trends."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, September 09, 2013 @ 14:13:52 PDT (531 reads)
FrostyTech Two For One
Sandia Cooler Air Bearing Cooler Prototype

"What makes the prototype Sandia Cooler special is the design, its aluminum cooling fins serve double duty as the rotating fan and fan blades of the cooler . Unlike traditional CPU coolers, heat energy in the Sandia Cooler is conducted across a very thin air gap bearing from the stationary base of the cooler to the upper rotating aluminum fin/fan component."

Gelid Black Edition Cooler

"For adventurous computer enthusiasts seeking new and innovative heatsinks, Gelid's 'the Black Edition' heatsink offers pretty good cooling performance with a modest noise output at stock fan speeds. Gelid's 'the Black Edition' heatsink is compatible with Intel socket LGA2011/1366/1155/1156/775 processors and AMD socket AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 CPUs/APUs."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, September 05, 2013 @ 08:00:33 PDT (487 reads)
Nikktech Two For One
Thermalright Archon SB-E X2 CPU Cooler

"Of course with the increasing amount of AIO (all in one) liquid CPU Cooler models around if you are into serious overclocking one of the high-end dual radiator solutions is without doubt the most ideal solution however for people who just want to do a mild overclock to their systems and require good performance even normal CPU Air Coolers are sufficient. Thermalright introduced the very good Archon SB-E CPU Cooler quite a long time ago but since some people required even a higher cooling efficiency Thermalright decided to release the dual fan Archon SB-E X2 solution and since quite a few of you have been requesting that we take it for a spin that's exactly what we did."

Cooltek Coolcube Maxi M-ATX/M-ITX Case

"However people who wish to have a small PC that can fit even under their TV set need not wait for that time since mini-ITX and micro-ATX mainboards are already half the size of normal ATX ones (and even smaller compared to XL-ATX/EATX) without really lacking much in terms of performance. The only real issue so far has been the limited number of micro-ATX/mini-ITX cases available that can actually take full advantage of what high-end mainboard models have to offer but Cooltek with their latest Coolcube MAXI aims to change that."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, September 03, 2013 @ 17:59:16 PDT (530 reads)
RB Mods Two For One
Tesoro Shrike Mouse

"Today we are taking a look at another gaming mouse from Tesoro. Up for testing is the Shrike which seems to be a tad sharper than the previous Tesoro we looked at so lets take a closer look."

Tesoro Aegis Mousepad

"For your gaming mouse you need a good mousepad or things might not go the way you want. Today we take a look at the Tesoro Aegis mousepad, this is the new mousepad from Tesoro and thus far I have to admit I like it a lot. Lets take a closer look at it and test it out in this review."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, September 03, 2013 @ 17:54:15 PDT (514 reads)

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