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Intel H61 vs H67 vs P67 vs Z68 - General-Motherboard - Motherboards-Memory. Rockycrrab said: Thanks for the reply!

Intel H61 vs H67 vs P67 vs Z68 - General-Motherboard - Motherboards-Memory

The reason why I didn't go with the 2500K is because I don't need to overclock. Even though I do play games, the most taxing game I have is Battlefield: Bad Company 2, which could run maxed out on a 5770 and there would be no need for a CPU overclock. Therefore, I settled on the i7, since the extra threads will be useful in the future when programs utilize more threads. I don't think overclocking it to 4GHz will make any difference for me for my uses. Your right, I should go with a micro ATX board if the need arises. I think I will go with the Z68 since the prices are pretty similar Hyperthreading makes use of unused parts of the main core to dispatch a second task. These hyperthread tasks only come into play when there are more than 4 threads(on a i7 cpu) available to be dispatched. Some arguments for the 2500K: The 2500K will be $100 cheaper than a 2600 to start with, and better since you do not now need to OC. Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) LGA 1155 95W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 3000 BX80623I72600K.

Whether it’s HD media, 3D gaming, or serious multitasking, unlock your full potential with the 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2600K processor.

Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) LGA 1155 95W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 3000 BX80623I72600K

With top-of-the-line speed complemented by Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, a rich set of features, and overclocking enabled, it delivers 2nd generation smart performance at its best with the flexibility to set your system specs just the way you like. And when combined with the Intel P67 Express chipset for core overclocking performance, the Intel Core i7-2600K processor delivers visibly smart performance at its best for the desktop with its highest performance built-in graphics and media features. Learn more about Intel-powered ultrabooks.

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Building a NAS Server - Super User Blog. After reading a review of the Drobo FS, I became obsessed with network attached storage (NAS).

Building a NAS Server - Super User Blog

I realised that a NAS device would neatly solve a couple of long-standing problems I hadn’t got around to fixing: data backup and data organisation. This post will explain how I picked the hardware and software for my NAS. To buy or to build? The Drobo FS itself, while a compelling product, is expensive. There are also some worrying stories of problems with poor read/write speeds, noise, and the slightly ropey client software.

Nevertheless, maybe you run a small business and prefer to think of a NAS as an appliance – something that has a warranty and a customer support email address. Hardware I guessed that 4 x 2TB hard drives with single-drive redundancy would suit me, leaving a usable space of around 5.5TB. …totalling £474.87 (about 770USD). Case The case was a little expensive, but it does the job well. CPU and motherboard.

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Instructions, Hackintosh How To Guides @ Hackintosh.com. Hackintosh.com links to everything you need to build a Hackintosh and get OS X "Mavericks" or "Mountain Lion" as well as earlier versions of OS X running on an unsupported computer -- instructions, step-by-step "how to" guides, and tutorials -- in addition to installation videos, lists of compatible computers and parts, and communities for support.

Instructions, Hackintosh How To Guides @ Hackintosh.com

Also interested in Mac hacks, tweaks, and themes as well as Mac and Hackintosh case mods? Visit MacHacks.com. MyHack Guide. Last Updated: 2013/10/24 This guide is not intended as an all-inclusive how-to for running OS X on your PC.

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It focuses on how to get up and running with OS X quickly and easily utilizing the myHack application. For questions not covered in this document, please join us in the Forum or on IRC. 7.2. This is a component level hardware compatibility list.

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We want to keep it as accurate as possible, but please, do not entirely rely on this list when buying hardware. Add which parts you have working in the categories listed below, or create a new category. Please keep alphabetical order inside the categories. OS X Lion: How to Do a Clean Install. Update:This guide was written for OS X Lion in 2011, for a current guide to doing a clean install of OS X Mavericks, please view this updated post.

OS X Lion: How to Do a Clean Install

OS X Lion is now available from the Mac App Store and we know that many of you are preparing or have already started downloading and installing the new cat. Because installation takes place entirely from within the Mac App Store, the usual "clean install" option isn't present. If you've followed our guide for preparing your Mac for Lion, you're probably in good shape to proceed with an upgrade. If, however, you long for the ability to do a clean install without having to first install Snow Leopard and THEN install Lion, Mashable has you covered.

If you want to create a bootable USB stick or burn a DVD of OS X Lion, read along. After the image is burned to USB or DVD, restart your computer by holding down the option key. iBoot + MultiBeast: Install Mac OS X on any Intel-based PC. Any OSx86 installation guide can seem daunting at first glance, especially when trying to remember cryptic terminal commands and sorting through volumes of misinformation on the web. This guide requires no coding, terminal work, or Mac experience of any kind. You will not need access to a Mac. In fact, it's easier and faster for me to install Snow Leopard with fully working components on my system than it is to install Windows 7. And more fun. The iBoot + MultiBeast method is designed and tested for any desktop or laptop running the latest line of Intel processors, the Core i3/i5/i7s.

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GPU. QNAP TS-410-US Diskless System All-in-one NAS Server with iSCSI for SOHO and Home Users. The QNAP TS-410 Turbo NAS is the most economic four-drive storage solution for Prosumers and SOHO users who want a NAS with compelling features, solid performance, low power consumption and high reliability.

QNAP TS-410-US Diskless System All-in-one NAS Server with iSCSI for SOHO and Home Users

The powerful four-drive system can let you build the RAID 0/1/5/6/5+spare, single and JBOD disk configurations. The TS-410 Turbo NAS is not only an ideal storage server but also an all-in-1 application server. You can easily store and share the files to Windows PCs, Mac, and Linux/Unix over the network. The built-in server features include Web Server (with PHP & MySQL supported), FTP Server, P2P Download Station, Surveillance Station (with monitoring & recording for up to 4 IP cameras supported), iTunes music sharing server, UPnP DLNA server (built-in TwonkyMedia) for multimedia files sharing, Printer Server, etc. with great storage capacity expandability over the network by VDD function. Besides, to manage the NAS is extremely easy. Mini-itx.com - news.

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CPU. Motherboard. HDD.