Last month we featured a post on some of the most insane Crypto-Currency Mining Rigs out there. While these are extremely impressive not everyone has the money, time or even space to build such setups. After seeing some really bad mining setups we wanted to show you the opposite end of the spectrum so we present to you some of the most ghetto Crypto-Currency Mining Rigs out there!
When designing a network most system administrators like a nice and clean cabled cabinet of servers. Well sometimes it does not work out that way. We have compiled some of the craziest network messed ever! Some of these will make even the most seasoned network administrator cringe. Enjoy!
Many times we get the chance to check out new graphics cards and technology before they are released at trade shows like the Consumer Electronics show. It is often that many of these products do not make it to market for one reason or another. Here we have compiled a list of 10 Rare and Unreleased graphics cards.
Crypto-Currency mining has really taken off over the past year or so. So much so that we have seen a shortage of AMD graphics cards that are used for mining this currency. There are even motherboards and PC cases made specifically for mining. While many people mining are just using 1-2 graphics cards there some pretty insane setups. Read on to see what I am talking about…
Some people do not realize that you need to regularly clean out your PC. Many people just buy a computer and never open it up to clean it. After a couple of years the inside of a computer can look rather disgusting and things can begin living inside your computer! Don’t believe me? Check out these photos of some of the most disgusting things found inside of computers!
The FBI found that four houses are broken into every minute. You will want a high quality security system to protect your home from intruders. However, you may not be able to afford many of the systems on the market. Fortunately, there are a number of great smartphone apps that can help improve home security. Here are some that you will want to consider using.
From Blu-ray players to gaming consoles, modern home theater systems double as reliable streaming devices. Streaming has indeed become one of the most wanted entertainment media features; it is all the rage. It has come a long way since buffering, choppy, and pixilated video and audio files. Whether you’re a big movie lover, a TV buff, a music aficionado, or just an all-around media junkie, here are the top 5 streaming devices for a home theater.
In 1953, engineers in IBM’s California-based laboratory invented the very first hard drive. Since that first disk drive, technological advances have been made at an astonishing rate, with data capacity increasing and size and price decreasing exponentially, year on year. 60 years on, the hard drives of today are unrecognizable from the first models, which took up an entire room. Hard drives today are measured in terms of gigabytes and terabytes, rather than megabytes-an amount of data that would have been almost unimaginable in the early history of computers. Here we take a look back at the evolution of the hard drive as it grew from 5MB to 4TB.
If you own a business, then there is a chance that you will be looking for a way in which you can share your files so that people can work remotely. This type of working is becoming more and more popular in the modern world, with companies realizing that they don’t really have any need to pay to run an office when their employees could do exactly the same work from the comfort of their own home. This would save money for the company, and would also mean that the employee could cut down on the amount of time that they spent travelling to and from the office, as well as removing travel expenses. Here, we will explore more about just some of the benefits of Google Apps.
There’s no single provider that can match Skype’s service feature for feature. Still, it’s possible to find companies that excel at offering great VoIP or video calling as individual services. For both benefits plus tons of extras stick with Skype, but if you’re ready to bail because you’re worried about the implications of Microsoft buying Skype you can check out the alternatives listed below.