In a world where personal computers are getting smaller and smaller, we’re seeing some great new implementations. Just how tightly can we pack everything into a tiny little box? In this review, we’ll take a look at the Shuttle FSYS-SV24, and ask ourselves: could it possibly be any smaller!?
With the recent release of the GeForce4 video card line, we can’t help but feel overwhelmed. We are being introduced to yet another set of video cards, and must determine their value and strengths. What is the GeForce4, and how does it compare to the other leading technologies out there?
As part of the never-ending battle between ATI and NVIDIA, we take a look at the newest and fastest each has to offer. While the GeForce3 Ti500 claims to be the fastest video card there is, the Radeon 8500 claims to be the most advanced. Surprisingly, those descriptions are fairly accurate. So, which video card is right for you?
This is an exciting time in which to live. With scientific breakthroughs being made every day, it is awe inspiring to speculate the future of computing technology. What will today’s scientific discoveries mean to tomorrow’s computers? In this article, we will take a light look at quantum computing — how a structure as simple as four atoms can revolutionize computing!
What are differences between SDRAM, DDR SDRAM, and RDRAM? What are the typical uses of each, and what is the best configuration at this time? We will take a look at the two most popular configurations, and what the future may look like for this topic.
What are the differences? Intel continues to hold onto a very large share of the market with their new line of Pentium4 processors. In this article, we’ll take a look at why Intel chips are so dominant among computer system providers, and why Puget Custom Computers instead pushes the AMD AthlonXP series.