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Origin PC Battlebox Millenium Powered By NVIDIA
The Battlebox program is being overseen by NVIDIA, who has cherry picked the world’s custom-PC creators. To be considered a Battlebox, the PC must have at least two graphics cards at least equal to the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780, paired with an overclocked Intel i5 or i7 CPU.
Thermaltake Core V71 – Handful Of Flaws
The Core V71 is one wide case. It’s 23cm wide, in fact, making for a roomy interior and a rather majestic aesthetic. With all that room, this case is in fact almost as perfect for liquid cooling - of all stripes – as Thermaltake promises. However, even with all that size there are some build options that are almost baffling in their implications.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Customizing the Boot Configuration Data (part 3) - Using BCDEDIT to Customize the Startup Options
For example, the Boot tab doesn’t list any legacy boot items on your system, and there are no options for renaming boot items or changing the order in which the boot items are displayed in the Windows Boot Manager menu.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Customizing the Boot Configuration Data (part 2) - Using the System Configuration Utility to Modify the BCD
The large box near the top of the tab displays the operating systems on the current computer. You see “Current OS” beside the operating system you’re running now; you see “Default OS” beside the operating system that’s set up as the default.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Customizing the Boot Configuration Data (part 1) - Using Startup and Recovery to Modify the BCD
You can use the Windows Boot Manager to modify just a couple of BCD options: the default operating system and the maximum time the Windows Boot Manager menu is displayed.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Dual- (and Multi-) Booting Windows 8 (part 2) - Using Windows Boot Manager
Now that your system can boot to one or more operating systems other than Windows 8, you need to know how to control your OSs. You do this using the Windows Boot Manager, which is a menu of the operating systems installed on your PC.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Dual- (and Multi-) Booting Windows 8 (part 1)
For versions of Windows prior to Vista that aren’t compatible with the BCD store, the BCD lumps everything together under the rubric “Earlier Version of Windows,” and it uses the legacy BOOT.INI file to store the boot data from these older operating systems.
Upgrading Windows 8 : Upgrading from Windows 7,Upgrading from Windows Vista, Upgrading from Windows XP , Running the Upgrade
In all cases, the Windows 8 installer enables you to transfer your current Windows 7 settings, your Windows 7 user accounts and personal data, as well as any applications that are compatible with Windows 8.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Preparing Your System: A Checklist - Installing Windows 8
The installation process for Windows 8 is probably the easiest—and, certainly, the least interactive—Windows install to date. Upgrading takes just a few mouse clicks, and even a clean install is a simple affair, although it does come with some welcome tools for managing partitions.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Preparing Your System: A Checklist
Installing a new operating system—especially one that makes relatively radical changes to your system, as Windows 8 does—is definitely a “look before you leap” operation. Your computer’s operating system is just too important, so you shouldn’t dive blindly into the installation process.
Installing or Upgrading Windows 8 : Windows 8 System Requirements - Hardware Requirements for Various Windows 8 Features
Windows fits neatly into this scenario. With each new release of Microsoft’s flagship operating system, the hardware requirements become more stringent, and our computers’ processing power is taxed a little more. Windows 8 is no exception
Lenovo ThinkCentre E93z All-in-one PC
The majority of our work computers are boring metal boxes, but Lenovo hopes to class up the joint with its ThinkCentre E93z all-in-one PC. Designed for small to medium-sized businesses, Lenovo’s AIO aims to deliver competent computing firepower in a more attractive package.
Gaming PC Vibox Hyperion 2013
You may have read, or be entirely sick of reading, the reports that tip up four times a year decrying the state of the PC industry. Quarter-on-quarter, year-on-year, PC desktop sales are dropping like a stone. Even Intel is suffering (kind of).
IMac 21.5 Inch And 27 Inch (Late 2013) Review (Part 2)
In our tests, the 2.7GHz 21.5-inch iMac’s Iris Pro graphics put in a mixed performance. It ran Doom 3 at an impressive 172.8 frames per second compared to the 2.9GHz model's 222fps, and its 3D rendering capabilities tested using Cinebench's OpenGL benchmarks were also pretty close.
IMac 21.5 Inch And 27 Inch (Late 2013) Review (Part 1)
The late-2013 update of Apple's iMac range has come slightly early, being less than a year since November 2012's radical redesign. It's no surprise, then, that it's an internal refresh- Apple has upgraded the processors to Intel's newest chips, the Wi-Fi to the new, fast 802.11ac standard, and the graphics cards to Nvidia's new GeForce 7-series GPUs.
Gaming Keyboard CM Storm Mech
Resembling a keytar that the white Power Ranger might use (not to be mistaken with neo-facist park maintenance officer White Power Ranger), the Mech certainly distinguishes itself from the crowd with an aluminium top plate, those diagonal lines and that handle. That handle. You’re either going to be completely sold on the bold look, or completely reviled.
Gaming Mouse CM Storm Reaper
Listen, we said sensibly priced, not bargainous. $82.7 might still be a fair whack compared to the price you got on that Microsoft IntelliMouse you’ve been clicking away on since 1999, but in the case of CM Storm’s Reaper that $82.7 buys you pretty much everything you’d want – certainly everything you need – in a desktop rodent.
Gaming Mouse Gigabyte Aivia Uranium
You’ve got to hand it to Gigabyte. If you’re out to make waves in the peripherals market, calling your new mouse the Uranium is a darned good start. Pitting this nuclear palm power against regular Lithium-ion or USB-powered eco mice would be as fair as sticking Chuck Norris in the ring with Nick Clegg.
Build A Mighty Mini PC (Part 3)
The 500GB 840 EVO is currently at a decent price and will offer all the storage you really need in a SFF gaming build. The 120GB mSATA drive offers a similar level of performance, but in a tiny form factor that attaches straight to the board. If you’re using it as a Steam streaming box then 120GB is perfectly adequate.
Build A Mighty Mini PC (Part 2)
A decent water-cooler will keep noise and temps down, whether you’re interested in overclocking on a high-performance mini PC or not. A case like the 250D will happily house a 120mm cooler such as the Zalman LQ310.
Build A Mighty Mini PC (Part 1)
Graphics componentry takes up a great deal of power and silicon space, while generating more operational heat than a potassium swimsuit, which means you either have a small box with practically zero graphical performance, or a chunkier, louder box with more of a nod towards visual computing.
Apple Mac Mini Desktop Computer
Unfairly regarded as the least exciting Mac, the mini hasn’t been updated in more than a year. But this little machine is by far the cheapest Mac you can buy and the ideal choice if you want to bring your own monitor or connect it to your living room TV.
Apple Mac Pro Desktop Computer
The new Mac Pro, introduced at the end of 2013 and still in short supply, is Apple’s most powerful machine. Its twin AMD FirePro graphics cards are incredibly powerful and central processing is handled by lntel’s expensive top-end Xeon chips.
Apple iMac 27in And 25.1in
As Apple‘s previous decade-old Mac Pro began to flag the 27in iMac took over as the model of choice for creative professionals. The 21.5in option is great value for everyone else offering more than adequate performance and an excellent screen.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Advanced Group Policy Preferences Settings - Group Policy Preferences in Settings Reports
Another great feature of Group Policy Preferences is their inclusion in the reports that are generated using the GPMC. Group Policy Preferences will be included on the GPMC Settings tab for the GPO, as well as when a GPO is saved to a file.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Advanced Group Policy Preferences Settings - Process Variables
Group Policy Preferences also provide a seamless integration with environment variables. The environment variables that Group Policy Preferences support include those that the system generates, as well as numerous additional environment variables to the process environment.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 7) - Item-Level Targeting Controls, Common Item-Level Targeting Scenarios
For each target item or group of items that you create, the result will be a returned value of true or false. If you choose to include multiple targeting items in one decision, you must use the logical operators, AND or OR, to combine the items so that a final decision can be made from the target item suite.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 6) - Security Group,WMI Query
A Security Group targeting item, shown in Figure 18, allows a preference item to be applied to computers or users only if the processing computer or user is a member of the group specified in the targeting item and, optionally, only if the specified group is the primary group for the processing computer or user.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 5) - Portable Computer,Processing Mode, Registry Match
A Registry Match targeting item, shown in Figure 18, allows a preference item to be applied to computers or users only if the registry key or value specified in the targeting item exists, if the registry value contains the data specified in the targeting item, or if the version number in the registry value is within the range specified in the targeting item.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 4) - MSI Query,Operating System, Organizational Unit
An MSI Query targeting item, shown in Figure 12, allows a preference item to be applied to computers or users only if certain aspects of an MSI installed product, update, or component on the processing computer match the specified criteria in the targeting item.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 3) - Environment Variable, Language, LDAP Query
An Environment Variable targeting item, shown in Figure 8, allows a preference item to be applied to computers or users only if the Environment Variable and value specified in the targeting item are equal.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 2) - Date Match, Dial-Up Connection,Disk Space, Domain
A Date Match targeting item, shown in Figure 4, allows a preference item to be applied to computers or users only if the day or date matches that specified in the targeting item.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Item-Level Targeting (part 1) - Battery Present, Computer Name, CPU Speed
A Battery Present targeting item allows a preference item to be applied to computers or users only if one or more batteries are present in the processing computer.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista : Advanced Group Policy Preferences Settings - Action Modes, Common Tab
The advanced features and settings for Group Policy Preferences are available on the Common tab when you are configuring any of the Group Policy Preferences within the GPME, as shown in Figure 1.
The Gaming Mouse: Ozone Neon
We haven’t seen a new mouse from Ozone in a little while, but those we’ve seen in the past have been plump, hand-filling beasts. The Neon, then, is a departure, as its slim ambidextrous frame certainly isn’t what you’d call hand-filling.
Windows 8 : Understanding product editions, architectures, and hardware requirements
Microsoft is offering three editions of Windows 8 for consumers. A fourth edition is targeted squarely at the enterprise space, so there are actually four editions from which to choose. Table 1 summarizes the differences among these editions.
Windows 8 Architecture from a Developer’s Point of View : Picking the Appropriate Technology for Your Project
In previous Windows operating systems, you had to create installation kits and deploy your applications by running those kits on the target computers.
Windows 8 Architecture from a Developer’s Point of View : .NET Framework 4.5
Two programming languages that support Windows 8 style applications — C# and Visual Basic — run over the .NET Framework. Windows 8 has been released with a new version of .NET Framework — version 4.5.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Powershell Cmdlets (part 6) - Windows Server Backup cmdlets
The Windows Server Backup cmdlets are the family of cmdlets that help the administrator manage his backups, just as the name implies. Before these cmdlets can be used, you once again need to import the snap-in that contains all these cmdlets.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Powershell Cmdlets (part 5) - Server Manager cmdlets
The Server Manager cmdlets are there to help the administrator with any action the Server Manager would normally allow them to perform (see Table 16).
 
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