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High Speed PC High Speed PC "Top Deck" Tech Station (Large) Review
Thu Sep 16, 2010 | 5:58P| PermaLink
"There comes a point in every young man's life when his voice deepens, his hair gets thicker, and his muscles grow bigger (settle down, ladies). Similarly, PC repair techs, hardware reviewers, and many computer enthusiasts also hit a point of maturity where we feel confident enough to venture out from the confines of a traditional enclosure. Before reaching this point, many of us are either scraping knuckles doing hardware quick-swaps in a generic case, or letting the hardware and wires hang out all over the desk in a configuration our local fire department likes to call a "safety hazard," whatever that means. But you know you reach a new level of geekdom when you pick up a test bench like HSPC's Tech Station. We're talking about a true workstation for true geeks, the ones who are always swapping components in and out. We're not saying this is a must-have in order to be a hardcore enthusiast, but when it arrives you can certainly feel your nuggets drop as you reach a new point of tech-maturity. No more tea parties with the neighbor girl, you've become a man! Or maybe it's just a case. Either way, we greatly appreciate the benefits that come along with this new hardware. Now that we have it, where do we go from here? Let's just see what makes the Tech Station so special."

Beginners Guides: 99 Performance Tips for Windows - Beginners Guides: 99 Performance Tips for Windows
Mon May 18, 2009 | 2:37A| PermaLink
PCSTATS will cover the basics of overclocking the processor, memory and video card, so as not to miss out on this important area of extra performance potential. Please pay special attention to our 'Tweak Insurance' tips at the beginning of this guide to help you prepare your system against any potential mishaps.

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