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All Gaming Tiers Have Been Polished & Updated!

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Check out the most recent Gaming PC Builds at the Gaming PC Builds of the Month page. So this afternoon I sat down and polished and updated all the gaming tiers (Entry Level through Fifth Gaming Tier Build). In the lat couple of months I am sure everyone trying to purchase computer hardware has heard… Read more »

Intels Design Flaw: I am Disappointed

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Recently, Intel announced that there is a problem with the Cougar Point chipset family that is effecting SATA 3 Gb/s ports, which eventually can lead to their degradation. What this means is that over time SATA linked devices such as hard disks and DVD-drives would lose functionality when connected to these chipsets. If you purchased… Read more »

Updated Fourth and Fifth Tier Gaming Builds

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Hello everyone, and welcome to the new year 2011. I have updated the tier four and tier five of the gaming builds sections. The greatest improvements were the additions of the new Intel Sandy Bridge processors the Intel Core i5-2500, Intel Core i5-2500K, Intel Core i7-2600, and Intel Core i7-2600K.

What to Expect in 2011: NewbComputerBuild

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Whenever the end of the year is coming to a close, I always get a feeling of contempt to the year that has passed. I stand proud at what has happened, but know that no matter what the next year will be even better; makes sense doesn’t it? The computer hardware industry must be one… Read more »

The Release of Sandy Bridge: January 5th, 2011

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The introduction of the Sandy Bridge processor will be January 5th, 2011 at the 2011 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show). It was recently stated on the anandtech website that both Gary Key (former AT Motherboard Editor, current ASUS Technical Marketing Manager), and Michael Lavacot (an Intel Consumer Field Application Engineer) will be hosting a webcast… Read more »