by on September 11th, 2013

mac pro

The future of the pro desktop PCs is coming this fall, from Apple. It has been completely redesigned and packed with more power than you can handle. This will be the next unbeatable desktop computer with respect to graphics, storage, expansion, processing power, and memory re-engineered to match your requirement about graphics, performance and efficiency. Engineered around workstation graphics with dual GPUs, PCI Express-based flash storage, high-performance Thunderbolt 2, new-generation Xeon processors, ultrafast memory, and support for 4K video, the new Mac Pro delivers state-of-the-art performance across the board.

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by on April 8th, 2011

Microsoft worked with Samsung on entire end to end experience on Microsoft surface 2. PC is only 4 inches thin and its no longer its a big box. Inside there is Windows 7 PC with dual core CPU and GPU from AMD. Pixels sense is new technology that has been used in it instead of cameras. Every single pixel acts as a camera.

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Get turbo-charged HD video production speed with world’s first native 64-bit consumer video editor. Long awaited PowerDirector 9 is available for download and purchase through the official CyberLink website now. PowerDirector 9 is the World’s First 64-bit consumer video editor taking video editing to a new level of speed, power and ease of use. PowerDirector 9 introduces the user to many new features and functions, but most notably the introduction of a New TrueVelocity engine maximizing effeciency and performance from GPU/CPU processors and support for 64 bit OS.

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by on April 26th, 2010

How do you shutdown your PC (Computer CPU – not the Monitor)? Start -> Turn Off Computer -> Turn Off! Using this way will take 1 to 2 minutes to shutdown a PC. Want to shutdown PC in one second? Sometimes you need to shutdown PC quickly. 1 second is lightening speed for PC shutdown. Suppose your UPS is going down and you have few seconds left to turn off computer! In this case you want to shutdown PC in a blink. Using this trick can save your time. I can do it in one second and the 2nd second PC will be completely off. At the first attempt, you might take 3 seconds to get it done but with practice let’s hope you will be doing it in one second. Here is the little trick.

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by on June 23rd, 2009

If you are a gamer then you better know the value of each and single bit of performance resource. There is a simple way to increase RAM and that is to duplicate or replace it. There is another method without spending a single buck. That is overclocking through PC performance management software. You better be careful with it though. Overclocking a computer’s processor or memory causes it to go faster than its factory rated speed. A processor rated at 2.4GHz might be overclocked to 2.5GHz or 2.6GHz, while memory rated at 200MHz might be pushed to 220MHz or higher. The extra speed results in more work being done by the processor and/or memory in a given time period, increasing the overall computing performance of the PC.

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iBench is a Asynthetic benchmark and very useful software for the Mac OS X operating system. iBench is constitued by 21 tests (12 of integer workload and 9 of floating point) of real usage that allow to check and compare the CPU and memory performance of your Mac. A benchmark is a piece of software that allows to measure the performance of many components, even software or hardware, like CPU, a data base system or a Web server.

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by on March 16th, 2009


CPUID Displays information about your computers processor(s). Processor(s) Speed, cache size, features, clock multipliers, codename, temperature, fan speed, voltage, brand plus much more information.

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Lets discuss the possible causes and Their solution for PC reboot without warning. There could be any of the following possibilities.

  • Software Issue
  • Hardware Issue
  • Heat Related Issue
  • Computer Virus Problem
  • Operating System Issue

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