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Install Windows 7 From a USB Flash Drive

Install Windows 7 From a USB Flash Drive - February 21, 2009

Windows 7, I'm sure you have heard of it by now. Already Microsoft has a new operating system, hopefully this one won't be a disaster like Vista was. If you installed Vista or even later versions of XP from a DVD you know that it was very time consuming. Why not speed up the process by using a flash drive to install Windows 7. Windows 7 is currently in beta and Microsoft is offering it free to anyone to try out until August. In this article we will show you how to take the Windows 7 ISO and put it on a USB flash drive for fast and easy installation.

Lower Your Radeon Video Card Temps Without Spending a Penny - September 13, 2008

While researching HD 4850 card prices at NewEgg for a review, a line on a user review caught my eye: "after I did the fan speed mod in CCC.". Huh? Fan speed mod? "The" fan speed mod? Hmmm..someone knows something that I don't. Gotta check this out! After a quick Google, I found out that the fan speeds in Catalyst could be very low, even so low that the fan is spinning just enough to say it is on. There is a fix for this, a band-aid until ATI fixes the problem, but a fix nonetheless.

ThinkComputers 101: Drive Stealthing - January 5, 2004

One goal of modding is to get the best results you can and make it look as clean as possible. Sometimes this can be a problem, especially when you are color matching a case and can't get a drive you want in the same color. Rather than painting it, a good way to install it and keep a sleek looking case is to stealth the drive with one of the pre-existing blankout bezels that came with the case originally...

Guide: Radeon 9800 Flashing Guide - December 31, 2003

Many people have been reading about the new mod popping up on forums that discuss the ability to convert a Non-Pro or SE ATI 9800 into a Pro card with all the benefits thereof. The problem is there are a lot of conflicting reports and half truths floating around about just what is useful and effective and what is not. The simple truth is that this is easy to do with the right card, effective, and better yet you can keep an extra $150 in your pocket...

ThinkComputers 101: The Fanbus - December 1, 2003

One goal of modding is to get the best results you can and make it look as clean as possible. Sometimes this can be a problem, especially when you are color matching a case and can't get a drive you want in the same color. Rather than painting it, a good way to install it and keep a sleek looking case is to stealth the drive with one of the pre-existing blankout bezels that came with the case originally...

Install Windows 7 From a USB Flash Drive
Lower Your Radeon Video Card Temps Without Spending a Penny
Radeon 9800 Flashing Guide
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Fiberglass Tutorial
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Rounding Your Own IDE Cables
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ThinkComputers 101: Drive Stealthing
ThinkComputers 101: The Fanbus
ThinkComputers 101: Window Cutting

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