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Mini “Giant” PC: AOpen MP965 (Part 1)

Mini “Giant” PC: AOpen MP965 (Part 1)

My first blog entry, and I am proud to present the fastest platform I’ve seen of the Mini-ITX family: AOpen MP965-DR. AOpen calls it the MiniPC Duo, which makes sense if you look at its size. Other than that, there is nothing small about it… This “Mini Power Plant” is driven by one of the […]

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Opening Up The Bottleneck

Performance advancements in storage have been pretty stale over the years. Drives continue to increase in capacity, but not so much in speed.  Current HDDs can be seen as simply an evolution of drives from 20 years ago. With the introduction of solid state drives (SSDs) we are beginning to see a real advancement in the biggest […]

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Mini-ITX Remains Most Popular

After several years on the market, computer systems employing the Mini-ITX form factor are still increasing in popularity. Corporations, small businesses, universities, and enthusiasts are all turning their heads to explore the low-power compact solutions that have become available. The recent releases of Mini-ITX motherboards that are compatible with Intel’s line of Core 2 Duo […]

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Logic Supply in Vermont

Well, it’s green and it certainly has mountains…. Was the extent of my opinion about Vermont when I lived here as a child/teenager with my family in Barre.  However, after a restless decade in my twenties, I found myself reconsidering the Green Mountain state.  I’d lived in many cities and thought I could never return […]

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