New Corsair Air Series Fans Target Critical PC Hot Spots, with Superior Airflow, Lower-noise, and Customizable Looks
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Is there really any difference to which way you buy the game? There are several things to take into account when considering a Vita game for purchase.
I like to use Firefox when authoring articles via Wordpress, but I experienced unexplainable slow-downs when typing in the editor. I thought that it might be Firefox’s built-in spell check, or some setting within Wordpress. Come to find out there are a few tweaks you can do to Firefox to restore the speed you once had.
Air PlayIt is a free app for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch which you to stream video and audio libraries to the devices via Wi-Fi and 3G/4G networks.
Western Digital’s MyPassport 1TB hard drive could be the answer you’re looking for. Not only does it offer a ton of storage, but comes in a small form factor and is equipped with USB 3.0 technology.
While we get a lot of traffic from articles about heatsinks, cases, motherboards and other PC hardware, there are just some articles that just shoot past all of the others and really stand out. Listed here are the most popular OCModShop articles from the past decade.
Windows 7 configures a handful of themes upon initial installation, but did you know that there are several more that are not installed by default? Microsoft has set up Windows 7 to only install themes relevant to the language and location you specify during the installation script, but you can easily access and install more [...]
We review a lot of fans and other computer cooling equipment here at OCModShop. In some ways, testing fans are quite straightforward, and in other ways they are very subjective. The noise and airflow ratio produced by any given fan changes as the blades and motor gather dust. Debris on the blades can actually chip [...]
As you point your browser to OCmodshop, you may have noticed something different… Well, it’s more of a complete overhaul. This update has been a long time coming, as I have been planning changes for over two years, and never had the balls to just get it up and going. I was worried about the [...]
I recently retired one of the hot and noisy OCMS servers, and experienced a good savings in power and heat. Even though server parts are tough and designed to last a long while, I started wondering just how fast they really are. I ran several disk benchmarks on one of the older servers, which run [...]
I’ve been running three servers for OCModShop for a long time. I thought it was a much better way to segment individual tasks for the whole site. At one point I had everything on one server: firewall, web, mail, and SQL. Not only were all of these services a severe resource hog, but if one [...]
One problem with gaming mice is that they’re usually big, heavy, and have lots of buttons. If a mouse is full-featured then is usually comes with a similarly full-featured size. Usually small and ultra-light mice are given away with laptops or are intended for office use, and thus not very powerful or useful. Gaming laptops [...]
I remember the first card nVidia ever put out.. the NV1, which was a PCI video card plus an audio card plus wavetable synthesizer plus game controller board. At the time, all of these functions were handled by several different add-on cards, and certainly not via the PCI bus. That technology was way ahead of its time, [...]