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  • How-Tos: Problems with PC? Here's how to check your power supply

    If your PC or laptop has been behaving erratically, it might be your PC's PSU. This handy tip from PC Advisor reader Andy Scott explains how to check your PC's power supply, and find out what's wrong with your PC.

  • How-Tos: How to add USB 3.0 to a PC

    Our Helproom Editor explains how to add a USB 3.0 port to your PC.

  • How-Tos: Replace PC's fan without having to buy new cooler

    Our Helproom Editor explains what to do if a fan in your PC starts making a lot of noise.

  • How-Tos: How to update your BIOS in ten steps

    Updating your BIOS can prove to be a tricky and dangerous endeavour – at least without proper help. We’ll lend you a hand and show you how to update your PC’s BIOS safely in ten easy steps.

  • News: Micron unveils high-endurance, data center SAS SSD

    Micron released today announced a new SAS SSD that it said is aimed at tier one, mission critical applications. The SSD can withstand up to 10 full data fills per day for five years, Micron says.

  • Feature: Intel's big push on mobile: Clover Trail+, 4G LTE modem

    Intel continued its push to claw back some of the mobile space from ARM with two announcements at MWC this week. Intel lauunched a dual-core Atom System on Chip platform for smartphones and tablets it's calling Clover Trail+. Intel also announced a multimode-multiband LTE solution that it says will ship in the first half of this year.

  • News: Storage must be viewed as 'data platform': Red Hat

    Taking proper advantage of Big Data requires a holistic approach where organisations view their storage as a ‘data platform’ rather than a ‘data destination’, according to open source solutions provider, Red Hat.

  • News: DoCoMo decodes new video standard without new hardware

    Consumers might not have to upgrade their phones to take advantage of a new video compression system that can send high-definition images much more efficiently than today's most popular formats.

  • News: NetApp hires new A/NZ MD from internal ranks

    Storage vendor NetApp has found a replacement for the Australia and New Zealand managing director role from its internal ranks after former MD Peter O’Connor left in August 2012.

  • News: Keep it stable, stupid! How to stress-test your PC hardware

    Modern-day PCs are more reliable than ever before, but that doesn't mean they're infallible. Equipment failures still happen, however rarely, and even the beefiest of computer components aren't worth their weight in silicon if they aren't dependable. Thankfully, the hot and heavy world of stress testing can help to identify critical faults before your PC craps out in the middle of a critical operation.

  • News: Dell beefs up its deduplication appliance line

    Dell unveiled upgrades to its deduplication appliance line, the DR-series, whose models can now grow to 81TB and replicate data from up to 32 remote offices to a central node.

  • News: Dell beefs up its deduplication appliance line

    Dell unveiled upgrades to its deduplication appliance line, the DR-series, whose models can now grow to 81TB and replicate data from up to 32 remote offices to a central node.

  • News: NetApp promotes Manley to MD role

    Storage and data management vendor, NetApp, has confirmed the promotion of Steve Manley to the role of A/NZ managing director.

  • News: NetApp promotes Manley to MD role

    Storage and data management vendor, NetApp, has confirmed the promotion of Steve Manley to the role of A/NZ managing director.

  • News: NetApp releases all-flash array

    Outlining its flash strategy for the next two years, NetApp said today that it will begin selling an enterprise-class all-flash array this year and it announced a purpose-built flash storage architecture for 2014.

  • News: NetApp releases all-flash array

    Outlining its flash strategy for the next two years, NetApp said today that it will begin selling an enterprise-class all-flash array this year and it announced a purpose-built flash storage architecture for 2014.

  • News: Flash Storage Offers Fast Path to VDI, Better App Performance

    As traditional storage environments hinder application performance and increase latency, enterprises are turning to flash storage to improve performance and implement virtual desktop infrastructure. More widespread use of flash storage, though, may require vendors to be flexible with their pricing.

  • News: Flash Storage Offers Fast Path to VDI, Better App Performance

    As traditional storage environments hinder application performance and increase latency, enterprises are turning to flash storage to improve performance and implement virtual desktop infrastructure. More widespread use of flash storage, though, may require vendors to be flexible with their pricing.

  • News: Liquid cooling vs. traditional cooling: What you need to know

    Every computer, from the smallest of home theater PCs to the most hulking of gargantuan gaming rigs, generates heat during operation--heat that can kill your PC's precious internals if you're not careful.

  • News: Liquid cooling vs. traditional cooling: What you need to know

    Every computer, from the smallest of home theater PCs to the most hulking of gargantuan gaming rigs, generates heat during operation--heat that can kill your PC's precious internals if you're not careful.



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