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How to Build a Kick-ass $800 Gaming PC | Maximum PC

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DIY: The First-Timer's Guide to Building a Computer from Scratch
build a computer for linux
building a computer
How to build a computer for the first time from scratch.
Build the Perfect PC! Step-by-Step Illustrated How-To Guide | Maximum PC
The Idiot’s Ultimate Guide To Building Your Own Computer |
MakeUseOf has teamed up with our very own Karl Gechlik at Ask The Admin to bring you nearly 50 pages full of screenshots, links to video demos and easy how-to instructions for every step involved. The result? The Idiot’s Guide To Building A PC.
Tutorial: Build Your Own Linux Distro | PC Plus
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Summary of Maven How-Tos
Video: How to Build a PC - Every Step Explained | Maximum PC
I'm Will Smith, the editor of Maximum PC and the guy in the video below. We shot this video demonstration to show people how to build a killer PC, one step at a time. It's a great reference for beginners and experts alike. This video was created for viewing by attendees of Comic-Con 2009.
fabricate - Project Hosting on Google Code
fabricate is a build tool that finds dependencies automatically for any language
Uses file access times or strace to autodetect dependencies.
fabricate is a build tool that finds dependencies automatically for any language. It's small and just works. No hidden stuff behind your back. It was inspired by Bill McCloskey's make replacement, memoize, but fabricate works on Windows as well as Linux.
minimalist make replacement
Build automation dependency checking and fulfilling.
Build Your Own Server |
Illustrated instructions for setting up a LAMP server using ubuntu.
Use SUSE Studio to Build a Linux OS From Scratch - SUSE Studio - Lifehacker
How to Build a Kick-Ass Windows Home Server - Page 1 | Maximum PC
Your PC’s hard drive is probably packed to the platter’s edge with hundreds of ripped DVD videos, gigabytes of digital photos from your camera, and tens of thousands of songs. And that’s not even counting the high-definition digital video from your last family vacation that you’re still planning to unload. But with terabytes of media just gathering dust on your desktop PC, you risk losing years of aggregated files when your hard drive inevitably gives out (don’t even think about backing it all up to the cloud). Our solution: Keep all your data backed up on a Windows Home Sever. More than just a generic NAS box, Windows Home Server maintains backups, streams media files, and works as a file share across your home network. And the best part is that you can build one yourself—we’ll show you how!
Java Build Tools: Ant vs. Maven
Un article assez marrant sur à quel point Maven est mauvais... je peux confirmer :)
The $800 Killer Gaming PC - How To by ExtremeTech,2845,2347620,00.asp
This year's edition of the $800 gaming rig is an order of magnitude leap over last year's edition.
This year's edition of the $800 gaming rig is an order of magnitude leap over last year's edition. Gaming on an $800 PC now needs few compromises.
Recycled CD iPhone Dock | Geeky Gadgets
I wanted to make a dock for the iPhone from stuff I had lying around the house, but I also wanted to make sure that it would look cool sat on my desk whilst my iPhone was charging so I came up with the idea of using old CDs, you could also use DVDs as well.
How to build a computer - techPowerUp! Forums
So you want to build a computer
you want to build a computer
Ars Technica System Guide: September 2008 Edition - Ars Technica
The kids are headed back to school, which means that it's time for an upgrade. After all, nobody wants to be at a framerate disadvantage vs. the rest of the dorm. So whether you're building a system for work or for play, you'll find the right recommendation inside.
The 6 Most Important Factors when Choosing a Power Supply | Hardware Revolution
* The more heat, the faster the fan will have to run to dissipate it. The faster the fan, the noisier it will be. So, high efficiency = less noise basically. * Electricity bill. You have to pay for that wasted power , even if you’re not really using it ;) You’re basically aiming for the highest % that you can get. 80% is decent, while 85% and higher is better.
When you have to pick a new power supply, you have six main factors to consider: * Maximum power output, in Watts (W) * Maximum current output, mainly on the 12V line(s), in Amps (A) * Power efficiency, in % * Brand/Series * Number and type of connections * Price
How to build the ultimate silent PC | News | TechRadar UK
It's increasingly the case that a PC is the hub of all our home entertainment, spelling the end of hi-fis, DVD players and the like. You don't want your merry watching and listening to be undermined by a noise like a bumblebee orgy inside a tin bath. Fortunately, an enormous third-party market has sprung up