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ASRock NUC BOX-1260P An Intel Core i7 NUC Alternative

In our ASRock NUC BOX-1260P review, Bryan checks out the company's take on an Intel Core i7-1260P NUC and compares it to the AMD version

Two Intel Core i7 Fanless 6x 2.5GbE Firewalls Surprisingly Different

We review two Intel Core i7 fanless firewalls with 6x 2.5GbE ports and find one is good and the other we recommend avoiding

New Intel Xeon W-3175X 28 Cores and Core i9-9900K 8-Core Launched

Today Intel showed off its next-generation workstation platforms. Headlining is a new Intel Xeon W-3175X 28 Core overclockable CPU. For mainstream Intel bumps core counts with the Intel Core i9-9900K 8-Core CPU and the X-Series refreshes as well.

Intel Core i7-3770 Benchmarks, Review and Comparison to the i7-3770K

The Intel Core i7-3770 is perhaps one of the less glamorous CPUs Intel produces, especially compared to the i7-3770K, but why? It is still...

ASRock Extreme11 Becomes Reality for LGA 2011 Intel Xeon E5

Today the ASRock Extreme11 appeared on the company's website. This is the same X79 Extreme11 that we previewed on this site months ago. This...

Intel Core i5-2500K Review: Sandy Bridge’s Best Value?

After the Intel Core i7-2600K review, quite a few comments came in regarding the chip's much less expensive Sandy Bridge cousin, the Core i5-2500K....

The Big WHS: May Update 60TB Edition

The Big WHS was originally supposed to house approximately 30TB of storage when the plans were first detailed on an Excel spreadsheet BOM in...

AMD Sempron 140 Sargas 2.7GHz – Low Power WHS Review (In...

Although I am a big Intel CPU fan right now, I do run AMD systems also. Case and point, this weekend I bought an...

The Big WHS: It Multi-tasks! (Thanks to Hyper-V Virtualization)

Things have been progressing on the Big WHS front. First off, my main PC is now is using the WHS Connector software and has...

The Big WHS: A Big Mother(board) Change of Plans

This week the Big WHS underwent a major change and dropped the Asus motherboard in favor of a Supermicro one. Apparently the Asus P6T7...