AT and Baby AT Motherboard Form Factors

In the early days of the computer, the AT and baby AT form factors were the most common motherboard form factors. These two variants differ primarily in width: the older full AT board is 12″ wide. It is an obsolete motherboard form factor only found in older machines, 386 class or earlier. One of the

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Motherboard Form Factors

The motherboard form factor describes its general shape, the type of case and power supply it can use, and its physical organization (layout of the motherboard). Over time, in the computer industry, we have had a number of different motherboard form factors being developed. AT and Baby AT (Advanced Technology) In the early days of

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How to Compare Different Cards’ Performances?

One site that I found very useful for comparing different cards is AnandTech’s benchmarking for diffferent cards. You can choose the games that you are planning to play and see the kinds of frame rates you will get with high, or ultra settings. Not quite as good as trying them out side by side yourself,

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The Video Cards Just Keep Getting Better

In the last few months there have been some exciting developments in the graphics card market. If you are a serious gamer you can now pick up very powerful cards for what used to be considered ‘midrange’ prices. If you are still content to play in 1080p then ultra settings in games such BF4 and

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How Do You Go About Choosing a Graphics Card?

One of the problems with choosing a graphics card, is that it is hard to judge them from a few parameters. Yes you can look at the clock speed of the GPU, or how much RAM you have on board, but the performance of the card depends on so many other things, the number of

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