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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 - FrostyTech.com Microsoft SharePoint 2010
Thu Jul 15, 2010 | 4:03P| PermaLink
“As well as addressing the many shortcomings of the ageing 2007 product, SharePoint 2010 equips the platform well to cope with new technologies and the ever changing IT landscape. Alternatives may have started to overtake it, but the new release more than restores the balance in Microsoft’s favour. For new customers and those looking to develop or enhance existing applications it’s a natural choice, although those happy with what they’ve got might want to postpone upgrading until they have a real need for the new features. Either way, SharePoint 2010 makes even more sense than ever and should be one of the first platforms considered for any Web collaboration project.”
FULL STORY @ BUSINESSCOMPUTINGWORLD
(http://www.businesscomputingworld.co.uk/review-microsoft-sharepoint-2010/)

Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 Special Edition CPU Cooler Review - FrostyTech.com Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 Special Edition CPU Cooler Review
Tue May 26, 2009 | 4:12P| PermaLink
The introduction of the latest X58 and i7 platform has meant that a whole new mounting mechanism for the LGA1366 socket has been developed. The influx of coolers is now extremely vast with the predominate theme of the coolers featuring aluminium fin stacks and U-shaped heat pipes. One such design that has had great success is the Noctua NH-U12P; instead of redesigning a whole new cooler for the i7 platform as some companies have chosen to do, Noctua have stuck with the tried and tested NH-U12P creating a special edition with an adjusted accessory bundle specifically for the LGA1366 socket. With high accolades and proven performance, this heatsink and fan combination should be a sure fire hit in cooling the i7 processor.
FULL STORY @ VERDISREVIEWS
(http://verdisreviews.com/reviews/noctua-nh-u12p-se1366-special-edition-cpu-cooler-review/)


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