Features http://www.maximumpc.com/taxonomy/term/31/%252Farticle/features/a%20href%3Dhttp%3A/%5Bhtttp%3A/article/features/tech_champions_15_geek_heroes_movies_and_tv en 9 Horrific Game Launches http://www.maximumpc.com/9_horrific_game_launches_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>DRM issues, poor performance, and crashing servers</h3> <p>If you’re like us, you like the Internet, but there are unfortunately downsides to the service. It seems that over the years, developers have been releasing unfinished buggy games, hoping to just patch the situation later.&nbsp;</p> <p>While some games get better with patches and updates over time, there’s really nothing that can completely erase the memory of a rocky launch. With that said, here’s a look of the 9 worst PC game launches.</p> <p>What’s the worst game launch you’ve experienced? Let us know in the comments below!&nbsp;</p> http://www.maximumpc.com/9_horrific_game_launches_2014#comments april issues 2014 diablo 3 half life 2 maximum pc the list The Sims watch dogs worst game launches Features The List Thu, 31 Jul 2014 21:47:48 +0000 Maximum PC staff 28250 at http://www.maximumpc.com Seagate 1TB Hybrid vs. WD Black2 Dual Drive http://www.maximumpc.com/seagate_1tb_hybrid_vs_wd_black2_dual_drive_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>Seagate 1TB Hybrid vs. WD Black2 Dual Drive</h3> <p>Every mobile user who is limited to just one storage bay wants the best of both worlds: SSD speeds with HDD capacities. Both Seagate and WD have a one-drive solution to this problem, with Seagate offering a hybrid 1TB hard drive with an SSD cache for SSD-esque performance, and WD offering a no-compromise 2.5-inch drive with both an SSD and an HDD. These drives are arch rivals, so it’s time to settle the score.</p> <h4>ROUND 1: Specs and Package</h4> <p>The WD Black2 Dual Drive is two separate drives, with a 120GB SSD riding shotgun alongside a two-platter 1TB 5,400rpm hard drive. Both drives share a single SATA 6Gb/s interface and split the bandwidth of the channel between them, with the SSD rated to deliver 350MB/s read speeds and 140MB/s write speeds. The drive comes with a SATA-to-USB adapter and includes a five-year warranty. The Seagate SSHD uses a simpler design and features a 1TB 5,400rpm hard drive with an 8GB sliver of NAND flash attached to it, along with software that helps move frequently accessed data from the platters to the NAND memory for faster retrieval. It includes a three-year warranty and is otherwise a somewhat typical drive aimed at the consumer market, not hardcore speed freaks. Both drives include free cloning software, but since the WD includes two physical drives, a USB adapter, and a longer warranty, it gets the nod.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/wd_endeavor_quarter_left_higres_smal_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/wd_endeavor_quarter_left_higres_smal.jpg" alt="WD’s Black2 Dual Drive is two individual drives in one enclosure, and it has the price tag to prove it. " title="WD Black2" width="620" height="620" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>WD’s Black2 Dual Drive is two individual drives in one enclosure, and it has the price tag to prove it. </strong></p> <p><strong>Winner: WD Black2</strong></p> <h4>ROUND 2: Durability</h4> <p>This category is somewhat of a toss-up, as the WD Black2’s overall reliability is degraded somewhat by the fact that it has a spinning volume attached to it, giving it the same robustness of the Seagate SSHD. There’s also the issue of the WD Black using the slightly antiquated JMicron controller. We don’t have any reliability data on that controller in particular, but we are always more concerned about the SSD controller you-know-whating the bed than the memory, which is rated to last for decades, even under heavy write scenarios. Both drives also use two-platter designs, so neither one is more or less prone to damage than the other. In the end, we’ll have to go with the Seagate SSHD as being more durable, simply because you only have to worry about one drive working instead of two.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Winner: Seagate SSHD</strong></p> <h4>ROUND 3: Performance</h4> <p>Seagate is very clear about the performance of its hybrid drives, stating that they “boot and perform like an SSD,” but it never says they’re faster. It also claims the drive is “up to five times faster than a hard drive,” which seems like a bit of a stretch. It’s difficult to actually benchmark a caching drive because it won’t show on standard sequential read tests, and it gets killed by SSDs in access time tests. That said, we did see boot and PCMark Vantage scores improve significantly over time. Our boot time dropped by more than half, going from 2:27 to 1:07 after several boots, and our PCMark Vantage score shot up from 6,000 to 19,000. Still, these times are much slower than what we got with the WD SSD, which booted in 45 seconds (the system had three dozen programs installed), and hit 33,000 in PCMark Vantage.</p> <p><strong>Winner: WD Black2</strong></p> <h4>ROUND 4: Cloning Package</h4> <p>Both drives include free software to help you clone your old drive and, in an odd twist, both companies use Acronis software to get ’er done. Seagate’s software is called DiscWizard, and works on OSes as old as Windows 98 and Mac OS 10.x. WD throws in a copy of Acronis True Image, though it only works with WD drives attached via the included USB-to-SATA adapter. We tested both software packages and found them to be nearly identical, as both let us clone our existing drive and boot from it after one pass, which can be tricky at times. Therefore, we call the software package a tie since they both perform well and use Acronis. However, WD’s $300 bundle includes a USB-to-SATA adapter that makes the cloning process totally painless. Seagate makes you forage for a cable on your own, which tips the scales in WD’s favor.</p> <p><strong>Winner: WD Black2</strong></p> <h4>ROUND 5: Ease of Use</h4> <p>This round has a crystal-clear winner, and that’s the Seagate SSHD. That’s because the Seagate drive is dead-simple to use and behaves exactly like a hard drive at all times. You can plug it into any PC, Mac, or Linux machine and it is recognized with no hassle. The WD drive, on the other hand, only works on Windows PCs because it requires special software to “unlock” the 1TB hard drive partition. For us, that’s obviously not a problem, but we know it’s enraged some Linux aficionados. Also, the WD drive only has a 120GB SSD. So, if you are moving to it from an HDD, you will likely have to reinstall your OS and programs, then move all your data to the HDD portion of the drive. The Seagate drive is big enough that you would just need to clone your old drive to it.</p> <p><strong>Winner: Seagate SSHD</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/laptop-sshd-1tb-dynamic-with-label-hi-res-5x7_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/laptop-sshd-1tb-dynamic-with-label-hi-res-5x7_small.jpg" alt="Seagate’s hybrid drive offers HDD simplicity and capacity, along with SSD-like speed for frequently requested data. " title="Seagate SSHD" width="620" height="639" /><br /></a></strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Seagate’s hybrid drive offers HDD simplicity and capacity, along with SSD-like speed for frequently requested data. </strong></p> <h3 style="text-align: left;">And the Winner Is…</h3> <p style="text-align: left;">This verdict is actually quite simple. If you’re a mainstream user, the Seagate SSHD is clearly the superior option, as it is fast enough, has more than enough capacity for most notebook tasks, and costs about one-third of the WD Black2. But this is Maximum PC, so we don’t mind paying more for a superior product, and that’s the <strong>WD Black2 Dual Drive</strong>. It delivers both speed and capacity and is a better high-performance package, plain and simple.</p> <p style="text-align: left;"><span style="font-style: italic;">Note: This article originally appeared in the April 2014 issue of the magazine.</span></p> http://www.maximumpc.com/seagate_1tb_hybrid_vs_wd_black2_dual_drive_2014#comments Hard Drive Hardware HDD Review Seagate 1TB Hybrid ssd WD Black2 Backup Drives Hard Drives Reviews SSD Features Thu, 31 Jul 2014 19:27:45 +0000 Josh Norem 28103 at http://www.maximumpc.com Ask the Doctor: Too Much GPU, WiFi Upgrades, Disabling SkyDrive, and more http://www.maximumpc.com/ask_doctor_too_much_gpu_wifi_upgrades_disabling_skydrive_and_more_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>The doctor tackles Too Much GPU, WiFi Upgrades, Disabling SkyDrive, and more</h3> <h4>From Integrated to Top-Shelf</h4> <p>After almost 30 years developing software on stock PCs I finally performed my first build from the pages of Maximum PC. I scoured your pages from many issues and planned a build during a long weekend and it’s been purring along for 18 months.</p> <p>I have a Core i5-3570K on an Asus P8Z77.V board, with 16GB RAM, two 128GB SSDs, a 3TB backup drive, and 850W PSU in an NZXT Phantom 410 chassis. Now I’m thinking of adding a graphics card. I don’t do a lot with graphics and so I’ve managed with on-board, but I might do more. The 780 Ti sounds very cool.&nbsp; Will it work well in this system? Will overall performance improve? Apart from a Hyper 212 CPU cooler, I’m only using the Phantom’s stock fans… will I need more cooling?</p> <p><span style="font-style: italic;">- David Kates</span></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds: </strong></p> <p>Yes, performance will certainly improve—that's one of the best graphics cards on the market, period, and it's going to be faster than what you get with your integrated graphics by a factor of four or more. But if you're not gaming or doing much graphically intensive work—and since you've gotten along just fine with integrated graphics until now, that seems to be the case—then the Doc thinks the 780 Ti might be a little bit overkill.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="http://www.maximumpc.com/files/u154082/geforce_780_ti.jpg" alt="780 ti" title="780 ti" width="620" height="471" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The 780 Ti is a great card, but may be overkill for some.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>There's nothing wrong with overkill, and your rig can certainly handle the 780 Ti, but if you're just getting into applications that need more graphical oomph, the Doc suggests starting with something cheaper, like the GTX 760. It's $250, or roughly a third the price of the 780 Ti but will give you enough oomph for gaming on high settings on a 1080p panel. If you're not going to be gaming and just want a little more graphical muscle for everyday tasks, you'll be fine with something even less expensive.</p> <p><strong>Hard drive recognition issues</strong></p> <p>I recently bought a WD Green 3TB hard drive for backup purposes. I have it in a Thermaltake BlacX USB 3.0 cradle outside of the PC. I have tried a hundred different things I found online, from different partitioning hardware to updating drivers and BIOS, but I can't get the PC to recognize any more than 746 GB. From what I saw online, lots of others are having the same problem. I run a Phenom II X6 1090T in a MSI 890FXA-GD65 motherboard with BIOS version 18.9, an AMD 7970 and 16GB of RAM. any idea would be appreciated.<strong></strong></p> <p><span style="font-style: italic;">- Gayle Curry</span></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds: </strong></p> <p>It looks like the problem is with that Thermaltake BlacX cradle not correctly supporting Advanced Format drives like the WD Green series with 4KB sectors instead of 512B sectors. Depending on the model, Thermaltake lists their BlackX docks as supporting "up to 2TB" or "up to 4TB" drives, but it depends on the USB controller inside the cradle, and its firmware. Depending on your particular model, you may be able to update the firmware for the USB controller, but Thermaltake's website is a little wonky—we couldn't find firmware update tools for the BlackX 5G, for example. <strong></strong></p> <p>WD's support page indicates that you may be able to get it to work if you attach the drive directly to your motherboard's SATA ports and format it as a GPT partition in Windows Disk Management, then remove it and put it in the USB dock.<strong></strong></p> <h4>Upgrading to Wireless-AC<strong></strong></h4> <p>I'm a MaximumPC subscriber. I have a Dell Inspiron 15R-5520. It has an Intel Centrino Wireless N-2230.<strong></strong></p> <p>I just purchased the Nighthawk Netgear router R7000. I would like to upgrade the wireless adapter. I contacted Dell to no avail, and couldn't even find an email address for Intel. Do you think that the Intel Network 7260 HMWG WiFi Wireless-AC 7260 H/T Dual Band 2x2 AC + Bluetooth HMC is compatible with the Inspiron 15R? At present I can't use the 5.0 GHz band.<strong></strong></p> <p><span style="font-style: italic;">- Carlos H Castillo</span></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds:</strong></p> <p>It looks like you ought to be able to put that Intel Wireless-AC card into your Inspiron 15R. The Inspiron takes a half-height mini-PCIe wireless card, like the 7260, and the slot is user-accessible. At least, for a generous interpretation of "user-accessible;" you do have to take apart most of the laptop to get to it. Dell's service manual for your model is at http://bit.ly/1crLreZ, and we found a YouTube tutorial for your model as well at http://bit.ly/Kedtkr. Be sure to download the appropriate drivers from Intel's support site.</p> <p>Some laptop manufacturers use a whitelist in the BIOS to restrict which wireless cards you can use with the laptop, but your particular model doesn't seem to be one of those. Your model seems to have two antennas, and the Intel 7260 has two antenna leads, so everything looks good there as well. Dell representatives answering other peoples' questions online seem to indicate that the 15R 5520 can accommodate adapters with 5GHz bands, too.</p> <p>The standard caveat applies—neither Dell nor Intel support or recommend Wi-Fi card installation by anyone but a professional technician, and there's always the risk that it doesn't work. But if it does, well, you'll have legendary WiFi speed on that Inspiron—at least, when you're at home.</p> <h4>Mysterious Files</h4> <p>I am preparing to upgrade from Windows 8 Pro to Windows 8.1 Pro. While cleaning up my system and removing unnecessary files I noticed a string of files in my C: folder with names like bdlog.txt, BDR-im or -bz, and so forth. I have attached a copy of the file names, but I have not been able to identify what program they may belong to. I was hoping that maybe you might have an answer as to how I can identify them so I don't remove something I need. As they occupy over 8GB of space it would be nice to know. So far my internet searches have not found anything and trying various programs on my system to open them have not worked, although one file did have a note stating it could be opened with a bootloader program.</p> <p><span style="font-style: italic;">- Eli Cohen</span></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds:</strong></p> <p>Those files are normal, provided you're using BitDefender antivirus. Bdlog.txt is a normal activity log, and the various bdr-im and bdr-bz files are related to the Rescue Mode bootable linux environment. Apparently BitDefender just dumps all this stuff into the root of the C: drive rather than in a Program Files/BitDefender folder. So it's just annoying, not malicious.<strong></strong></p> <h4>GoodbyeDrive<strong></strong></h4> <p>I have been reading about the new Windows and deciding whether to make the move.&nbsp; I have no use for a touch screen operating system so it was with relief to see it is now possible to launch Windows directly into the desktop mode.&nbsp; However, I still have a concern.&nbsp; It appears that when Windows 8.1 is installed it automatically sets itself up to save files to SkyDrive by default.&nbsp; This gives me great concern because I do not want to use any cloud servers.&nbsp; Is it possible to use Windows 8.1 without using a cloud server?<strong></strong></p> <p><span style="font-style: italic;">- Bruce Noren</span></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds:</strong></p> <p>Yes, you can disable SkyDrive, but Microsoft doesn't make it obvious. Once you've installed Windows 8.1, run gpedit.msc, either by typing it into the search bar on the Start screen or by hitting Win+R to bring up the Run command. Go to Local Computer Policy, then Computer Configuration &gt; Administrative Templates &gt; Windows Components &gt; SkyDrive. You'll see options to save documents and settings to the local PC by default, instead of SkyDrive, but it sounds like you want something more drastic. The second option is "Prevent the usage of SkyDrive for file storage." That's the one you want. Double-click it and, in the box that pops up, select "Enabled." This is somewhat counterintuitive; you're not enabling SkyDrive, you're enabling the policy that disables SkyDrive. Thanks, Microsoft!<strong></strong></p> <h4>QuadSLI and Quake Wars<strong></strong></h4> <p>I have a weird problem. I play Enemy Territories: Quake Wars a lot. I originally built a computer with an i7-2660 CPU and dual GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics cards. I got about 200 frames per second. I upgraded to a GeForce GTX 690 and only got about 220fps, which was substantially less of a jump than I expected. Recently I got a bonus at work and added a second GTX 690 and ran them in quad SLI. The frame rates dropped to 30-40 with a huge amount of stuttering. WTF? I have upgraded the drivers and changed every possible setting to no avail. Out of frustration I disabled quad SLI so the game was running on only one of the four GPUs and was stunned to see the frames per second at 380-400. What gives? I have seen you write that many games don't "scale" to quad SLI but why does this game run so much better the less I silicon I give it?<strong></strong></p> <p><span style="font-style: italic;">- John Plosay</span></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds:</strong></p> <p>Quake Wars is the culprit here, not your GPUs. Everything we found relating to that game and how it responds to SLI and Crossfire back up your experience, that it runs slower instead of faster in some cases, and it’s very likely due to the fact that you are obviously not running a resolution that is anywhere near the limit of needing one high end GPU, much less four. Remember, the game is over six years old, was based on a dated engine when it came out, and just isn't engineered to scale with today's levels of GPU power.&nbsp; The fact that you only received a 20fps boost after going from GTX 560 Ti SLI to a GTX 690 indicates there’s a CPU bottleneck, which is common at lower resolutions. Therefore, it’s not surprising that adding more GPU horsepower to the equation didn’t help things. As for why it got much worse, we can only imagine the extra demand placed on the CPU to handle traffic for four GPUs caused it to be somewhat overloaded, and since you were already CPU-bound in terms of performance, it just made things much, much worse.<strong></strong></p> <p>Our advice to resolve this issue would be to remove the second GPU and sell it on eBay. With the money from that transaction you can acquire an LCD that runs at a higher resolution, such as 2560x1440 for a 27” panel or 2560X1600 on a 30” panel. Get one of those and you will be all set to run all of the latest games at full resolution with just a single GTX 690 as it’s still one of the most powerful cards available.<strong><br /></strong></p> http://www.maximumpc.com/ask_doctor_too_much_gpu_wifi_upgrades_disabling_skydrive_and_more_2014#comments feature March issues 2014 maximum pc Ask the Doctor Features Wed, 30 Jul 2014 19:46:59 +0000 Maximum PC staff 28080 at http://www.maximumpc.com Watch Dogs Graphical Analysis: Stock vs Worse Mod Take 2 http://www.maximumpc.com/watch_dogs_graphical_analysis_stock_vs_worse_mod_take_2_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3><span style="font-weight: normal;"><img src="/files/u162579/vlc_2014-07-25_12-43-11-76.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs Featured" title="Watch Dogs Featured" width="250" height="141" style="float: right;" />We compare stock Watch Dogs against Worse Mod 1.0</span></h3> <p>Our <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/watch_dogs_graphical_analysis_stock_vs_mod_02014" target="_blank">last attempt</a> at comparing the stock graphics of <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/tags/watch_dogs" target="_blank">Watch Dogs</a> received some fair criticism. Coupling SweetFX and TheWorse Mod led to noticeably darker graphics that threw off our results. You all spoke, and we listened. Here's our second take on the Worse Mod which is now in its final incarnation: <a href="http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/watch-dogs-theworse-mod-8-download.html" target="_blank">version 1.0</a>.</p> <p>First, a bit of background. Gamers were <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/ubisoft_gives_reason_disabled_settings_pc_version_watch_dogs_2014" target="_blank">understandbly upset</a> when Watch Dogs launched in May with <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/watch_dogs_launch_dampened_uplay_server_issues_2014" target="_blank">Uplay issues</a>, <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/ubisoft_working_patch_tame_watch_dog_issues_pc_2014" target="_blank">lackluster performance</a>, and graphics that simply didn't match up to the <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPYgXvgS6Ww" target="_blank">versions demoed and displayed at E3</a>.</p> <p>TheWorse, MaLDo, and VAAS stepped in to create TheWorse Mod. Working off of some initial modding work by kadzait24, the team set out to add the stunning ‘E3 effects’ back into the game while also including extra visual flair and improvements. We’ve done the testing, but we’ll let you, the readers, be the judge.</p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;<iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/iaNKfTMgkFc" width="600" height="338" frameborder="0"></iframe></p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Testing Methodology</span></h3> <p>We’ve redone our testing of Watch Dogs with comparable scenes rendered in the bone-stock version of the game as well as a modded version with TheWorse Mod (with Maldo textures) installed. We’ve passed up SweetFX this time around to ensure that gamma isn’t an issue.</p> <p>Our capture rig is a bit less powerful this time around with an AMD FX-6300 processor alongside an AMD R9 280X and 8GB of RAM. It’s still capable of running the game at close to 30 FPS on maxed out settings with and without the mod, however.&nbsp;</p> <p>In-game graphics settings are exactly the same as last time. Check out the specific settings below:</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/watch_dogs_2014-07-24_15-06-17-06.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs Settings" title="Watch Dogs Settings" width="600" height="338" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/watch_dogs_2014-07-24_15-06-38-19.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs Settings" title="Watch Dogs Settings" width="600" height="338" /></p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Breaking Down the Video</span></h3> <p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-weight: normal;"><a href="http://i.imgur.com/AWFlQnc.gif" target="_blank"><img src="/files/u162579/vlc_2014-07-25_12-39-51-82.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs" title="Watch Dogs Graphical Analysis: Stock vs Worse Mod Take 2" width="600" /></a></span></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Aiden stands in an alleyway outside of a house (click the image for a comparison GIF).&nbsp;</strong></p> <p style="text-align: left;">This scene showcases the immense difference in ambiance between stock Watch Dogs and the modded version. The splitscreen effect works great here because the difference in coloring is immediately obvious. Everything is shaded in a more stylized hue that covers up the game’s unseemly bits while accentuating the beautiful shadows, lighting, and character models.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-weight: normal;"><a href="http://i.imgur.com/bvhsMfa.gif" target="_blank"><img src="/files/u162579/vlc_2014-07-25_12-41-44-57.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs" title="Watch Dogs Graphical Analysis: Stock vs Worse Mod Take 2" width="600" /></a></span></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>This safehouse shot features very little movement aside from a shifting skyline (click the image for an animated GIF).</strong></p> <p style="text-align: left;">What’s great about this area is that it demonstrates that TheWorseMod isn’t simply a basic color filter added onto the game. In some areas, the world has a khaki hue that makes the world feel dirty and dusty. In this scene, all of the colors are more muted and mellow with the blue sky unblemished. There’s not really a noticeable improvement in this screen, but that’s because TheWorseMod really works best with movement. The effects of the mod are best demonstrated in-game or through video.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-weight: normal;"><img src="/files/u162579/vlc_2014-07-25_12-42-05-43.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs" title="Watch Dogs Graphical Analysis: Stock vs Worse Mod Take 2" width="600" height="338" /></span></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-weight: normal;"><strong>Cars pass by on a random street in Chicago.</strong></span></p> <p>Watch Dogs looks good, but it falls short of greatness in its stock incarnation. Everything looks a bit too plain and normal. This isn't even close to the stunning scenes we were treated to by the game’s E3 trailers.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-weight: normal;"><img src="/files/u162579/vlc_2014-07-25_12-42-18-67.jpg" alt="Watch Dogs" title="Watch Dogs Graphical Analysis: Stock vs Worse Mod Take 2" width="600" height="338" /></span></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-weight: normal;"><strong>Aiden stands on a sidewalk as people hurry past.</strong></span></p> <p style="text-align: left;"><span style="font-weight: normal;">This particular segment looks best in-game or in the video because of the swaying trees and the numerous pedestrians. There’s a clear colorcast that makes the world come alive along with some great-looking grass and a well-worn sidewalk. &nbsp;The way the light filters through the scene and casts shadows makes this look a hell of a lot more like what we expected it to.&nbsp;</span></p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Conclusion</span></h3> <p>We’re in love with TheWorse Mod. It does a great job of making Watch Dogs feel more cinematic. The game’s stock graphics look stark, plain, and fairly artificial whereas the modded graphics make the game look more mystical, interesting, and in a way, more believable. A lot of the beauty of TheWorse Mod comes from artistic manipulation of depth of field and fog. In fact, we found that in some areas, these effects in particular were applied a bit too liberally and detracted from visibility. Minor quibbles aside, the mod is a much needed facelift for an otherwise good game.&nbsp;</p> <p>As for performance, frame rates with or without the mod were nearly indistinguishable. Some users report better performance on some machines without the added texture pack, but your mileage may vary.</p> <p>That’s our take, what do you think? Does TheWorse Mod make the game look more like it does in the game’s E3 trailers?</p> http://www.maximumpc.com/watch_dogs_graphical_analysis_stock_vs_worse_mod_take_2_2014#comments Gaming graphics analysis mod pc version stock watch dogs worse mod Features Wed, 30 Jul 2014 17:10:01 +0000 Ben Kim 28240 at http://www.maximumpc.com Small PC Computing http://www.maximumpc.com/small_PCs_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>We tour the burgeoning world of wee PCs</h3> <p>In case you haven’t noticed, the PC is getting smaller. But it’s not getting smaller in the way the PC fatalists see it. If anything, enthusiast PCs have gotten larger. Witness Corsair’s 900D, Cooler Master’s Cosmos SE, and Digital Storm’s Aventum II.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/opener_13639_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/opener_13639_small.jpg" alt="Yes, the Haswell Nuc is actually this small." width="620" height="446" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Yes, the Haswell Nuc is actually this small.</strong></p> <p>The truth isn’t that the PC is getting smaller and thus going away; the truth is that for enthusiasts, there’s interest in gigantic PCs, small micro-towers, and now—Intel hopes—ultra-compact form factor (UCFF) PCs no larger than a book. All of which serve unique purposes, and thereby highlight the PCs unmatched versatility.</p> <p>UCFF PCs as a category aren’t new, of course. They’ve been around for years, but their performance has always been fairly underwhelming and they’ve always consisted of specialty hardware, to be embedded into an ATM or smart soda machine.</p> <p>But now that these compact computers are more capable than ever, readily available, and easily built, there’s no telling what new and interesting applications will spring forth. Is Intel actually onto something big with its new Next Unit of Computing (NUC) initiative?</p> <h3>Next Unit of What?</h3> <p><strong>Intel’s push to make the desktop smallera</strong></p> <p>Trying to figure out the actions of the world’s largest chip company can be confounding to consumers who don’t fully appreciate Intel’s size-13 footprint on the PC industry and its ability to single-handedly change the game.</p> <p>Sometimes when Intel sees a niche it thinks needs to be filled, it tries to jump start it from scratch. The company tried and failed, for example, with its Common Building Block program that was meant to create a DIY-laptop world with standardized power bricks, hard drives, optical drives, LCD panels, keyboards, and battery packs. While CBB never took off, many of the fruits of that effort are still with us.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/page3art_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/page3art_small.jpg" alt="Intel is even offering a limited-edition customized Dragon NUC. " width="620" height="454" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Intel is even offering a limited-edition customized Dragon NUC. </strong></p> <p>Now, Intel is attempting to both create and fill a niche again with its Next Unit of Computing, or NUC (rhymes with “luck”), a new ultra-compact form factor that the company hopes will push performance computing into unheard-of places.</p> <p>Unlike the CBB program, which was totally reliant on the participation of parts makers and laptop builders, NUCs are actually built and sold by Intel itself. In a nutshell, NUCs are simply 4x4-inch computers packing as much power as possible.</p> <p>From what we can tell, Intel’s actions aren’t intended to drive others out of the market. In fact, Intel seems to be trying to invite others into the NUC game. Thus far, Gigabyte has jumped in with its NUC-style Brix boxes that are proving to be fairly innovative. There are also other smaller and lesser-known brands and embedded-PC vendors in there, as well.</p> <p>Unlike Thin ITX, NUC-style boxes aren’t designed around industry-standard specs. The only things common between the NUC and Brix, for example, are the footprint, the power brick, and other mobile components they accomodate. You won’t, for example, be able to swap a motherboard from a Brix into a NUC because these PCs are generally customized to the chassis they’re in.</p> <h4>Challenges to NUC</h4> <p>One of the challenges NUC and its ilk share is the limited board space. At 4x4 inches, jamming in features has meant adding more layers to the motherboard. While typical ATX motherboards feature six- or even four-layer PCBs, NUCs’ are 10-layer. <br />Adding layers isn’t cheap, either. For example, in a 10-layer ATX motherboard—which you might see with a dual-proc board, where additional layers are needed to run all the traces of both processors—the PCB itself costs about $90.</p> <p>The path going forward for NUC isn’t to blow them up in size, either. Rather than making them, say, 5x5 inches or more in the future, Intel says it’s more interested in getting a 65-watt TDP processor to work reliably in a package of NUC’s current size. Of course, adding a hotter CPU means more cooling and a bigger and more power-hungry power brick, too.</p> <h4>NUC Sales</h4> <p>So, are NUC and NUC-style devices resonating with consumers? Intel didn’t give us exact sales figures, but it says it has seen healthy demand, with quarter-on-quarter growth from 30–50 percent. Interestingly, Intel says that even after it offered a lower-cost Celeron version using the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture, the demand has mostly been at the high end, with consumers actually preferring the initial Ivy Bridge Core i5 version.</p> <p>That’s another reason Intel thinks that NUCs aren’t actually hurting the desktop. In fact, Intel believes the demand for a lot of performance, albeit in a tiny package, will reinvigorate the desktop, as people seek to put a PC in places they never could before.</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Intel NUC D54250WYK</h3> <p><strong>Haswell comes to the NUC</strong></p> <p>The original Intel NUC DC3217BY we saw in late 2012 was an odd duck. The case was maroon and black, and while it showcased Intel’s newfangled Thunderbolt connectivity, there were no Ethernet, USB 3.0, or analog audio out.</p> <p>Intel cited limited board space as the reason for the port selection on that model (to be fair, Intel did offer a dual-HDMI version with gigabit Ethernet and a single USB 3.0 port) and soldiered on despite the skepticism over the device. That’s good news because the latest NUC leaves few questions unanswered.</p> <p>The newest Haswell NUC D54250WYK shares the same footprint as the original NUC but sits about an eighth of an inch shorter. Rather than the Core i3-3217U in the original NUC, the top-end Haswell NUC features a 1.3GHz Core i5-4250U that will Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz. There’s no lack of ports on this unit, either. The Haswell NUC includes a Mini Display Port, Mini HDMI, gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports, analog audio out, and an infrared port.</p> <p>The newest Haswell NUC D54250WYK shares the same footprint as the original NUC but sits about an eighth of an inch shorter. Rather than the Core i3-3217U in the original NUC, the top-end Haswell NUC features a 1.3GHz Core i5-4250U that will Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz. There’s no lack of ports on this unit, either. The Haswell NUC includes a Mini Display Port, Mini HDMI, gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports, analog audio out, and an infrared port.</p> <p>Internally, there’s a pair of DDR3 SO-DIMM slots and stacked Mini PCIe slots that let you install an mSATA drive and wireless card. The original NUC had overheating issues that caused some of the mSATA drives to error out. Intel has apparently addressed this by tweaking the fan and adding a thermal pad that rests on the mSATA drive. The shell in all NUCs is prewired for Wi-FI. The motherboard in this NUC also features a SATA 6Gb/s port and a port for SATA power, too. Intel apparently plans to use the same board in a future NUC that will be tall enough to support cheaper and far larger notebook hard drives. The motherboard itself is an Intel design and features a beautiful UEFI as well as the QS87 chipset.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/untitled-13221_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/untitled-13221_small.jpg" alt="After a puzzling first effort, Intel offers nearly all you could ask for in its NUC follow-up." width="620" height="522" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>After a puzzling first effort, Intel offers nearly all you could ask for in its NUC follow-up.</strong></p> <p>Performance isn’t a primary driver of people who run these mini PCs, but we decided to see how this Haswell NUC stacked up against the original NUC. That unit features a 1.8 Core i3-3217U CPU on the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. Both NUCs are dual-core Hyper-Threaded parts, so the only real performance difference is due to the Turbo Boost of the Haswell and the newer microarchitecture. As expected, the Core i5 gives the original Ivy Bridge a pasting in CPU-related tasks. In graphics, it’s closer between the HD4000 and HD5000, but the Haswell part generally is in front. Oddly, the Ivy Bridge NUC comes out on top in 3DMark Ice Storm, which tests basic graphics performance, but falls back in 3DMark Cloud Gate. Neither NUC is suited for serious gaming, but in the 10-year-old Counter Strike: Source graphics stress test, both gave acceptable frame rates at 1080p.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">SPECIFICATIONS/Benchmarks</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> <td><strong>Haswell NUC</strong></td> <td><strong>Ivy Bridge NUC</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Model</td> <td class="item-dark">D54250WYK</td> <td>DC3217IYE</td> </tr> <tr> <td>CPU</td> <td>1.3GHz Core i5-4250U</td> <td>1.3GHz Core i5-4250U<br /><strong>&nbsp;</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Graphics</td> <td class="item-dark">HD5000</td> <td>HD4000</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Ports</td> <td>Mini HDMI 1.4a, DisplayPort 1.2, 4x USB 3.0, gigabit Ethernet, analog audio out, IrDA, Kensington lock port</td> <td>2x HDMI 1.4A, 3x USB 2.0, gigabit Ethernet, Kensington lock port</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Stitch.EFx (sec)</td> <td><strong>1,747</strong></td> <td>2,453<strong><br /></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>ProShow Producer (sec)</td> <td><strong>2,567</strong></td> <td>3,729</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3DMark Cloud Gate</td> <td><strong>3,958</strong></td> <td>3,409</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3DMark Ice Storm</td> <td>32,157</td> <td><strong>35,969</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Counter Strike Source (fps)</td> <td><strong>63.23</strong></td> <td>52.4</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Google Octane 2.0</td> <td><strong>17,832</strong></td> <td>10,643</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption Idle (watts)</td> <td><strong>5</strong></td> <td>8</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption Idle (watts)</td> <td><strong>24</strong></td> <td>35</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption YouTube 1080p (watts)</td> <td>19</td> <td><strong>14.5</strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><em>Best scores are bolded. <br /></em></p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p>We measured power consumption of both NUCs using the same power load and the same power brick (both were outfitted with similar parts, too). On idle, the Haswell unit drank about 5 watts versus the 8 watts of the Ivy Bridge unit. We also tried a worst-case scenario with Prime95 and Furmark running simultaneously. The Haswell used 24 watts to the Ivy Bridge’s 35W. While watching a 1080p video on YouTube, the Ivy Bridge unit used but 14.5 watts, interestingly, while the Haswell NUC used 19 watts.</p> <p>The Haswell NUC is likely the fastest NUC available today, as no one has figured out how to shoehorn a quad-core into the unit. But it’s not cheap. We found the unit on the street for about $375. Before you balk, remember that you’re getting a kit that includes the CPU and PSU. Yes, you can get a cheaper system by going larger—but if you want small and fast, this is the best yet.</p> <p><strong>Intel NUC D54250WYK</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_8.jpg" alt="score:8" title="score:8" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$375, <a href="http://www.intel.com/ " target="_blank">www.intel.com</a></strong></p> <h3>Gigabyte Brix Projector GB-BXPi3-4010</h3> <p>Intel’s goal with the NUC initiative was to create a new category of computing. What that category would be or how it would be used, the company didn’t really know when it started.</p> <p>While Gigabyte has several NUC-style clones, dubbed the “Brix” line, the one that really captured our interest is the Brix Projector. Yup, a UCFF PC with a DLP pico projector and 1.5-watt speaker integrated into it. The projector isn’t super bright, but it outputs a decent 75 ANSI-rated lumens. That means you won’t be using it outdoors in the daylight or in a very bright room, but it’s far better than the first 15-lumen pico projectors of yesteryear. It offers enough light that Gigabyte rates the device as being capable of projecting on a screen up to 85 inches. Resolution is also average at 864x480, or WVGA res, but that’s pretty standard for most pico projectors that are still actually “pico.” We’ll also note that lower resolutions are actually quite passable for media projection. Gigabyte even had the foresight to integrate a standard tripod mount into the base of the PC, too.</p> <p>Inside the Brix Projector you’ll find a pair of DDR3 SO-DIMM slots, and the same stacked layout to take mSATA and Wi-Fi cards as in Intel NUCs. External ports are also generous, with four USB 3.0, gigabit Ethernet, a Mini DisplayPort 1.2, full-size HDMI 1.4a, an analog jack that pulls double duty as optical SPDIF output, and a Mini HDMI-in port should you want to use the unit as a projector from another device.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">SPECIFICATIONS/Benchmarks</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> <td><strong>Brix Projector</strong></td> <td><strong>Ivy Bridge NUC</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Model</td> <td class="item-dark">GB-BXPi3-4010</td> <td>DC3217IYE</td> </tr> <tr> <td>CPU</td> <td>1.7GHz Core i3-4010U</td> <td>1.8 Core i3-3217U<br /><strong>&nbsp;</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Graphics</td> <td class="item-dark">HD4400</td> <td>HD4400</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Ports</td> <td>HDMI 1.4a, Mini HDMI in, Mini DisplayPort 1.2, gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 3.0, analog audio, S/PDIF</td> <td>2x HDMI 1.4A, 3x USB 2.0, gigabit Ethernet, Kensington lock port</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Stitch.EFx (sec)</td> <td><strong>2,441</strong></td> <td>2,453</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ProShow Producer (sec)</td> <td><strong>3,564</strong></td> <td>3,729</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3DMark Cloud Gate</td> <td><strong>3,667</strong></td> <td>3,409</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3DMark Ice Storm</td> <td>26,475</td> <td><strong>35,969</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Counter Strike Source (fps)</td> <td><strong>53.29</strong></td> <td>52.4</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Google Octane 2.0</td> <td><strong>11,624</strong></td> <td>10,643</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption Idle (watts)</td> <td><strong>7.5</strong></td> <td>8</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption Idle (watts)</td> <td><strong>24</strong></td> <td>35</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption YouTube 1080p (watts)</td> <td>19</td> <td><strong>14.5</strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><em>Best scores are bolded. <br /></em></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/untitled-13223_small_1.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/untitled-13223_small_0.jpg" alt="Yup. There’s indeed a projector integrated into this PC that’s no bigger than a Wendy’s Baconator." width="620" height="502" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Yup. There’s indeed a projector integrated into this PC that’s no bigger than a Wendy’s Baconator.</strong></p> <p>The CPU in the model we reviewed is a Haswell 1.7GHz Core i3-4010U with HD4400 graphics. Again, extreme performance isn’t a key metric for people looking at this class of device, but we were still interested to see how it does against the Ivy Bridge Intel NUC DC3217IYE. Remember, both the Intel Ivy Bridge NUC and the Brix have Turbo Boost disabled at the factory. Despite the Ivy Bridge NUC having a 100MHz advantage, the Brix Projector was slightly faster in some tests. In other tests, though, both were dead even. Clearly, if you really need the performance in a UCFF, pony up for a Core i5 part.</p> <p>In general, power consumption on idle was slightly higher (using an external monitor) with the IB NUC; under our CPU- and GPU-heavy loads and simply playing a 1080p YouTube video, the Brix was on par with the Haswell Intel NUC. As with that PC, the Brix Projector consumed more power than the older Ivy Bridge NUC playing the 1080p video.</p> <p>Using the Brix Projector is a hoot. The graphics signal, you should know, is passed internally, so there’s no hooptie external pass-through cable. You can actually run both the projector and an external monitor simultaneously.</p> <p>Overall, it’s a slick little unit. The question is, what would a normal person need it for? The answer is, most of us wouldn’t need it. But don’t take that to be a negative. There are certainly specialized applications for it, such as media installations, commercial applications, or even an ad-hoc mini-theater setup for the kids. Again, it’s not everybody’s cup of tea, but the fact that you can get a “real” computer with a 75-lumen projector is pretty mind-boggling.</p> <p><strong>Gigabyte Brix Projector</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_7.jpg" alt="score:7" title="score:7" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$600, <a href="http://www.gigabyte.us/ " target="_blank">www.gigabyte.us</a></strong></p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Gigabyte Brix Pro</h3> <p><strong>Faster than a tower. Really</strong></p> <p>In the land of ARM and off-brand x86 parts, the dual-core Core i3 is king. After all, when we talk about the “high-performance” needs of UCFF users, the performance of a Haswell-based CPU or even an Ivy Bridge part is like going back in time and landing a P-51 Mustang next to the Wright brothers after they just touched down at Kitty Hawk.</p> <p>Following that same analogy, you can think of Gigabyte’s blisteringly fast Brix Pro as an X-Wing fighter making a fly-by, wagging its wings, and then flipping the bird before making the jump to light speed. We’re not kidding, either. The Brix Pro is simply the fastest NUC-style UCFF we’ve ever tested. We actually watched it outpace our full-tower, six-core 3.2 Core i7-3630K that’s clocked full-time at 3.9GHz.</p> <p>The secret is Gigabyte’s ability to magically integrate a full-on Core i7-4770R in the Brix Pro. The Core i7-4770R “Crystalwell” is no mere Haswell part. Its main claim to fame is 128MB of super-fast embedded DRAM on the CPU package that acts as gigantic L4 cache (a Core i7-4770K’s L3 cache is 8MB). This cache greatly increases bandwidth for graphics operations and puts it on par with GeForce GT 650M discrete graphics. Since it acts as L4 cache, it can also greatly aid some application workloads, too. And no you can’t buy it, it’s only available soldered to motherboards. Oh, and it’s a full-on desktop-class quad-core Hyper-Threaded i7 chip that’ll hit 3.9GHz on Turbo.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">SPECIFICATIONS/Benchmarks</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> <td><strong>Brix Pro</strong></td> <td><strong>Ivy Bridge NUC</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Model</td> <td class="item-dark">GB-BXi7-4770R</td> <td>DC3217IYE</td> </tr> <tr> <td>CPU</td> <td>Core 3.2Ghz i7-4770R</td> <td>1.8 Core i3-3217U<br /><strong>&nbsp;</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Graphics</td> <td class="item-dark">Iris Pro 5200</td> <td>HD4000</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Ports</td> <td>HDMI 1.4a, DisplayPort 1.2, 4x USB 3.0, gigabit Ethernet, Kensington lock port</td> <td>2x HDMI 1.4a, 3x USB 2.0, gigabit Ethernet, Kensington lock port</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Stitch.EFx (sec)</td> <td>867</td> <td>2,453<strong><br /></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>ProShow Producer (sec)</td> <td><strong>1,410</strong></td> <td>3,729</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3DMark Cloud Gate</td> <td><strong>10,406</strong></td> <td>3,409</td> </tr> <tr> <td>3DMark Ice Storm</td> <td><strong>68,195</strong></td> <td>35,969</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Counter Strike Source (fps)</td> <td><strong>149.43</strong></td> <td>52.4</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Google Octane 2.0</td> <td><strong>26,893</strong></td> <td>10,643</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption Idle (watts)</td> <td>8</td> <td>8</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption Idle (watts)</td> <td>87</td> <td><strong>35<br /></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Power Consumption YouTube 1080p (watts)</td> <td>20</td> <td><strong>14.5</strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><em>Best scores are bolded. <br /></em></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/untitled-13228_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/untitled-13228_small.jpg" alt="The Brix Pro packs in more performance per cubic inch than any system we’ve ever tested." width="620" height="481" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The Brix Pro packs in more performance per cubic inch than any system we’ve ever tested.</strong></p> <p>Physically, the Pro is about 2.5 inches tall, making it about half an inch taller than the Intel Haswell NUC on page 51. That height, though, gives the Brix Pro the capability to mount a 9.5mm 2.5-inch notebook drive. The motherboard still has an mSATA slot, so you can run an SSD as well as one of the upcoming 2TB 9.5mm hard drives.</p> <p>Like other NUC-style machines, besides the mSATA slot, you’ll also find a mini PCIe slot that Gigabyte has already populated with an 802.11ac as well as two SO-DIMM slots. There’s a single integrated power and SATA connector for the 2.5-inch drive, as well.</p> <p>On the performance tip, as we said, the Brix Pro smokes all other NUCs. That’s not a surprise, as it’s a quad-core part going up against dual-core parts. And we don’t mean a wisp of smoke—it’s a full four-alarm smoke-out with the Brix Pro offering 200 percent performance increases over the Ivy Bridge NUC and from 82–163 percent increases over the Haswell NUC. This desktop Haswell-R part is so fast, it slightly outpaced our desktop zero-point system in ProShow Producer 5 and was slower by just 4 percent in Stitch.Efx 2.0 runs. Yes. Faster than a six-core overclocked machine that’s 30 times bigger. Granted, the tower will eat it in multithreaded tasks and gaming, but the fact that a machine smaller than a retail CPU box can be faster than a mid-tower machine is incredible.</p> <p>There’s a cost, though. When you’re hammering it with a heavy workload, it gets a little whiny. It’s not horrible, but you will hear the fan under very heavy loads. It also drinks more. The CPU has a TDP rating of 65 watts and under extreme CPU and GPU loads, we saw at-the-wall power usage hit near 90 watts. Most of the time though, power consumption is quite reasonable. The last issue is cost. This bare-bones kit will set you back $650. Much of that is the CPU ($400), but either way, we know there’s a price for miniaturization. At least with the Brix Pro, you’re getting a hell of a lot of performance.</p> <p><strong>Gigabyte GB-BXi7-4770R</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_9ka.jpg" alt="score:9ka" title="score:9ka" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$650, <a href="http://www.gigabyte.us/ " target="_blank">www.gigabyte.us</a></strong></p> <h3>DIY NUC</h3> <p><strong>You can roll your own NUC—but should you?</strong></p> <p>To a DIYer, “building” a NUC is a bit of an insult. You basically buy a NUC or Brix, slot in two SO-DIMMs, a Wi-Fi card, an mSATA drive, and install the OS. If you posted such a “build” on YouTube, the hazelnut gallery would come out of the woodwork to rip you a new one in the comment section.</p> <p>All is not lost, however, for true wrenchers who want to actually build a UCFF PC from scratch, so-called kits be damned. We just wonder whether it makes much sense, because at this point there are a lot of barriers to entry to building your own.</p> <p>The first issue is getting a chassis. Intel has told us it really sees these devices as being purely custom computing options with the base NUC and NUC-style machines. While Mini-ITX and Thin ITX (more on that on page 56) feature standard I/O shields like their bigger siblings, ATX and microATX, NUC doesn’t have any standardized cutout for system I/O. That means any chassis would have to be built to take one of the multiple NUC motherboard port arrangements currently available. So don’t just buy a NUC motherboard and a NUC chassis without making sure they match. Most vendors will specify which NUC motherboard the chassis will fit.</p> <p>To experience what it would be like to build our own NUC, we ran with a Silverstone PT14 chassis. This aluminum chassis comes with an I/O shield for either the dual-HDMI-port Ivy Bridge boards or the Thunderbolt version. Our PT14 is the dual-HDMI version.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">DIY NUC-style</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Silverstone Petit PT14 chassis</td> <td class="item-dark">$40</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Intel D33217GKE mobo/CPU</td> <td>$310</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">19V power brick</td> <td class="item-dark">$16</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Wi-Fi antennas</td> <td>$10</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Windows 8 OEM OS</td> <td>$99</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Adata 8GB DDR3/1333 RAM</td> <td>$65</td> </tr> <tr> <td>120GB Crucial mSATA drive</td> <td>$108</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Intel 802.11ac Wi-Fi card</td> <td>$34</td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Total</strong></td> <td>$682</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p>The next issue is securing the NUC motherboard. Intel isn’t fully committed to supporting a DIY ecosystem, so rather than selling individual boards, it’s selling 10-packs of motherboards intended for system builders or integrators. In a bit of a wink, wink, nod, nod, though, some of the bulk packs of motherboards are broken up and sold to end users. This, of course, raises questions about warranty support, but according to LogicSupply.com (a popular vendor of embedded systems that seems to stock most of the esoteric NUC parts), the warranty for the boards are covered directly by Intel even if purchased stand-alone, so it seems Intel will stand behind them.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">BARE-BONES INTEL NUC</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> <td></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Intel DC3217IYE</td> <td class="item-dark">$255</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Windows 8 OEM OS</td> <td>$99</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Adata 8GB DDR3/1333 RAM</td> <td class="item-dark">$65</td> </tr> <tr> <td>120GB Crucial mSATA drive</td> <td>$108</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Intel 802.11ac Wi-Fi card</td> <td>$34</td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Total</strong></td> <td>$561</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p>The board we went with was an Intel DC33217GKE “Golden Lake” motherboard. It comes with an integrated heatsink and fan—which won’t work, as the PT14 chassis features an integrated heat pipe that connects directly to the chassis. Since the CPU is 17 watts, it’s possible to dissipate much of the heat through the chassis. Our Golden Lake motherboard came with a standard Intel cooler, which we unscrewed by first removing the two visible screws holding down the fan. We then removed the three fans holding down the heatsink and gently removed it from the board. The PT14 does have a single fan that’s set to exhaust air out the bottom of the chassis.</p> <p>From there it’s as simple as screwing the motherboard to the top of the chassis, populating the RAM, Wi-Fi card, and mSATA, installing the power button, and you’re done. All told, it took us about 15 minutes to roll our own NUC going at a leisurely pace so as not to forever lose the screws. We’ll note that the Wi-Fi antennas didn’t come with our 802.11ac card (they typically don’t) so you’ll have to secure a pair of rubber duckies with cables (just Bing “rubber wifi antenna and internal cable,” select Image, and search for the rubber duck antennas with internal cables. They’re typically under $10.)</p> <p>Before you’re done, though, you’ll also need to buy the 19-volt power brick. Intel actually sells them on its NUC parts page for $15, or they can be found at retailers for $16, typically.</p> <p>There, you’re done. You’ve just built your first Next Unit of Computing. It wasn’t difficult and it’s kind of fun. But does it make sense?</p> <p>No, not at all. Not once you run the numbers. The parts to build your own NUC from scratch cost about $682 (including $99 for the OS). If you had bought a NUC bare-bone system and added the same 802.11ac, mSATA, and RAM from the DIY package you would spend: $561. Ouch. And that’s without having to search through Uncle Jim’s used computer store for a pair of rubber duck Wi-Fi antennas and finding someone who actually sells NUC chassis. From a fiscal point of view, it makes no sense whatsoever. Even our standard edict that building your own box gives you control over the parts, fan placement, and appearance really doesn’t apply because, really, is there that much of a difference?</p> <p>Again, Intel says it’s not sure where it’s going with NUC as a DIY proposition and that’s apparent to us, because the real kick in the gut here is the motherboard. A NUC bare-bones kit with motherboard, power brick, chassis, and internal Wi-Fi antennas is $255 on the street. The best price we could find for the NUC motherboard alone was $310. Perhaps if Intel decides to make the price of the NUC boards more reasonable the DIY angle will make more sense, but today, it’s a waste of scratch no matter how you cut it.</p> <h3>Parts of a Whole</h3> <p><strong>The essential components of a DIY NUC</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u152332/part_shots-13234_small.jpg" alt="The Silverstone PT14 NUC chassis dissipates heat using a heat pipe with a fan blowing air out the bottom." width="620" height="413" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The Silverstone PT14 NUC chassis dissipates heat using a heat pipe with a fan blowing air out the bottom.</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/part_shots-13238_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/part_shots-13238_small.jpg" alt="This Intel D33217GKE NUC motherboard isn’t packaged for consumers, but you can still buy them with apparent warranty support from Intel." width="620" height="541" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>This Intel D33217GKE NUC motherboard isn’t packaged for consumers, but you can still buy them with apparent warranty support from Intel.</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/part_shots-13236_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/part_shots-13236_small.jpg" alt="With NUC, you’ll want higher-clocked modules and a dual-channel config if you care at all about 3D performance." width="620" height="510" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>With NUC, you’ll want higher-clocked modules and a dual-channel config if you care at all about 3D performance.</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong><img src="/files/u152332/part_shots-13237_small.jpg" alt="Like most NUCs, our DIY takes an mSATA drive. Newer units, however, will take 2.5-inch drives at the cost of space." width="620" height="450" /></strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Like most NUCs, our DIY takes an mSATA drive. Newer units, however, will take 2.5-inch drives at the cost of space.</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/part_shots-13232_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/part_shots-13232_small.jpg" alt="The NUC and Brix units all share the same basic 65-watt power supply." width="620" height="725" /></a></strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The NUC and Brix units all share the same basic 65-watt power supply.<br /></strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> http://www.maximumpc.com/small_PCs_2014#comments feature Gigabyte Brix Pro Gigabyte Brix Projector GB-BXPi3-4010 Hardware intel March issues 2014 nuc pc small pc Features Mon, 28 Jul 2014 23:01:57 +0000 Gordon Mah Ung 28032 at http://www.maximumpc.com Dream Machine Case Redux http://www.maximumpc.com/dream_machine_redux_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>Spin-offs of old case favorites square off</h3> <p>Ah, Cooler Master and Corsair. We know you well, especially since the cases we’re checking out here are derivatives of cases that have previously been featured in Maximum PC’s annual opus, the fabled Dream Machine.</p> <p>Here’s a spoiler, though: We’re not likely to pick either one for next year’s big build. We’re pretty impressed with Corsair’s offering, but a few quirks in design keep this strong case from achieving a better score. As for Cooler Master, it’s time to take the Cosmos SE back to the drawing board, unless you fancy a game of “Honey, I Shrunk My Components.”</p> <h4>Cooler Master Cosmos SE</h4> <p>Maybe we’re spoiled, but the phrase “full-tower chassis” tends to evoke a certain image in our minds—a sense of space, in particular. We hear “full-tower” and we think beaucoup room: tons of empty mounts for hard drives and 5.25-inch devices, lots of room in which to work and move around (and string cables throughout), as well as a super-easy installation for parts and pieces—one that doesn’t feel like you’re trying to wedge a very expensive square into a round hole.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/cosmos_se_small_1.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/cosmos_se_small.jpg" alt="Get out the grease; you might have a bit of work ahead of you if you're trying to stuff big parts inside Cooler Master's cramped chassis." title="Cooler Master Cosmos SE" width="620" height="858" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Get out the grease; you might have a bit of work ahead of you if you're trying to stuff big parts inside Cooler Master's cramped chassis.</strong></p> <p>Perhaps Cooler Master should have reconsidered calling its Cosmos SE chassis a full-tower, because to us, the description seems a bit stretched. Sure, there’s plenty of room for storage. The case supports no fewer than eight 3.5-inch hard drives or a whopping 18 2.5-inch drives (assuming you’re slapping two SSDs into each of the case’s eight total drive bays). Six of these drive bays can be removed en masse if you want to stash a radiator in place or, annoyingly, if you need a bit more room for your graphics card.</p> <p>That allows us to segue into our primary criticism of the chassis: It’s cramped. To the company’s credit, Cooler Master does specifically call out the exact measurement of graphics cards that the case supports on its website. However, it does so using the measurement taken if the aforementioned drive bays are removed (15.5 inches in length, if you’re curious). When the bays aren’t removed—and frankly, we wish we didn’t have to remove them, as they’re both more useful and aesthetically pleasing than a large, gaping hole—you only get 10.9 inches of clearance for GPUs.</p> <p>To put that in real-world terms, it felt as if we were on the verge of damaging our 10.5-inch Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 video card when wedging it—literally—into the case. We eventually got it in, but it left absolutely no room between the edge of the card and the hard drive bays. You’re then totally reliant on the cable-routing holes cut into the tray itself to power up your card, which isn’t saying much.</p> <p>Adding to the space concerns of this already-tight chassis is the fact that installing a common ATX motherboard (using provided standoffs; they aren’t preinstalled) blocks a portion of two of the case’s primary, rubberized cable-routing holes—and, of course, they’re the ones closest to the video card you’ve just hammered into the case. The case’s top-mounted 14cm fan covers half of a routing hole on the top of the motherboard tray, as well.</p> <p>If you have anything beyond a standard PC setup, you’re going to have quite a bit of hassle getting your cable management to work correctly in this case; we sure did. The case does come with two large holes near the power supply, but you sacrifice case aesthetics when you have to route cables right overtop your parts—at least, we didn’t like the picture we were seeing through the case’s large side-panel window when doing this workaround.</p> <p>Cooler Master packs plenty of preinstalled cooling into the Cosmos SE. We wish we had a built-in fan controller to reduce the din (and keep us from having to string a ton of Molex connectors together). It doesn’t, however, pack in locking mechanisms for your 5.25-inch devices; you have to screw those in manually (hello, five years ago). Two USB 3.0 connections join two USB 2.0 connections on the front, in addition to a button that manually controls the case’s blue LED lighting (from the fans).</p> <p>But really, that’s just dressing up a pig at this point. We’d recommend the Cosmos SE only to those who like meticulously measuring out all their parts and pieces before doing a build. The other 99 percent of you would do well with a chassis that works for you, not against you.</p> <p style="text-align: left;"><strong>Cooler Master Cosmos SE<br /></strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_5.jpg" alt="score:5" title="score:5" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$170 (street), <a href="http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/" target="_blank">www.coolermaster-usa.com</a></strong></p> <h4>Corsair 750D</h4> <p>Militaristic in its precision, Corsair’s 750D chassis is all about business, not adornments. You won’t find any fancy lighting on this case, nor an inordinate array of preinstalled, pretty cooling for a case of this size. What you do get is a ton of space to work with: plenty of room for cable management, video cards of all sizes, liquid-cooling support for a triple-fan radiator (3x 12cm), and then some. While the case offers plenty to begin with, you could theoretically add even three more drive bays to the interior without it feeling cramped in the slightest.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/750d_hero_up300_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/750d_hero_up300_small.jpg" alt="We almost wish Corsair's case came with an additional drive bay for SSDs; the trays on the case's rear don't quite fit." title="Corsair 750D" width="620" height="928" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>We almost wish Corsair's case came with an additional drive bay for SSDs; the trays on the case's rear don't quite fit.</strong></p> <p>As you might expect, the 750D fits just about any motherboard you throw its way. The simple ATX mobo we use for our testing felt a bit like Jack in the land of the giants; screwing it into the preinstalled standoffs was easy, and we loved that it was surrounded by a total of eight holes for cable routing (five rubberized, three cut into the top-side of the elevated motherboard tray). While you might lose one or two of these holes if your power supply is larger than five inches long, that still leaves a considerable amount of room to play with.</p> <p>If you’re rocking an extended power supply, Corsair makes it fairly easy to remove the three-bay drive cage that stands in your path and relocate it above the similarly sized drive cage on the case’s bottom-right. We were a little surprised that this wasn’t the 750D’s default configuration, as it feels like one has an unnecessary surfeit of room around the graphics card area on the motherboard when both drive cages adorn the case’s bottom.</p> <p>That said, the default arrangement does allow for a good amount of uninhibited cooling to churn from the case’s two front 14cm fans. A single 14cm fan gives a bit of exhaust on the case’s rear; given the 750D’s size, however, we’d prefer a larger 20cm variant on the case’s top, which could help boost cooling while simultaneously cutting out a bit of noise in the process.</p> <p>While it might sound like we’re gushing over the 750D’s design, there are still a few quirks that keep this case from “killer” status. For starters, Corsair slaps four drive trays for SSDs on the right side of the chassis, directly blocking the rear of the 3.5-inch drive cage (or cages, depending on your configuration). It’s a pain in the butt to route cables and manage storage on the drive cages if you have all four 2.5-inch trays filled with SSDs.</p> <p>While installing an optical drive into one of the three free 5.25-inch bays isn’t that bad (you have to pop off a front panel from behind and slide the drive in) the optical drive doesn’t actually sit flush against the covers. It ends up being recessed just a bit, which makes for a not-so-impressive aesthetic on the case’s front.</p> <p>These misgivings are still minor detractions from an otherwise excellent chassis. The 750D is big, fairly easy to work with, and offers a great arrangement for all but the most tricked-out systems, storage-wise.</p> <p style="text-align: left;"><strong>Corsair 750D<br /></strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_8.jpg" alt="score:8" title="score:8" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$160 (street), <a href="http://www.corsair.com/" target="_blank">www.corsair.com</a></strong></p> <p><strong><span style="font-style: italic; font-weight: normal;">Note: This article was taken from the March 2014 issue of the magazine.</span></strong></p> http://www.maximumpc.com/dream_machine_redux_2014#comments chassis Cooler Master Cosmos SE Corsair 750D Hardware March issues 2014 maximum pc Review Cases Features Thu, 24 Jul 2014 21:59:32 +0000 The Maximum PC Staff 27982 at http://www.maximumpc.com Ask the Doctor http://www.maximumpc.com/ask_doctor_march_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>The doctor tackles Too Much GPU, Wi-Fi Upgrades, Disabling SkyDrive, and more</h3> <h4>From Integrated to Top-Shelf</h4> <p>After almost 30 years developing software on stock PCs, I finally performed my first build from the pages of Maximum PC. I scoured your pages from many issues and planned a build during a long weekend and it’s been purring along for 18 months.</p> <p>I have a Core i5-3570K on an Asus P8Z77.V board, with 16GB RAM, two 128GB SSDs, a 3TB backup drive, and 850W PSU in an NZXT Phantom 410 chassis. Now I’m thinking of adding a graphics card. I don’t do a lot with graphics, so I’ve managed with onboard but I might do more. The GeForce 780 Ti sounds very cool. Will it work well in this system? Will overall performance improve? Apart from a Hyper 212 CPU cooler, I’m only using the Phantom’s stock fans. Will I need more cooling?</p> <p><em>— David Kates</em></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds: </strong></p> <p>Yes, performance will certainly improve—that’s one of the best graphics cards on the market, period, and it’s going to be faster than your integrated graphics by a factor of four or more. But if you’re not gaming or doing much graphically intensive work—and that seems to be the case—the Doc thinks the GeForce 780 Ti might be a little overkill.</p> <p>There’s nothing wrong with overkill, and your rig can certainly handle the 780 Ti, but if you’re just getting into applications that need more graphical oomph, the Doc suggests starting with something cheaper, like the GTX 760. It’s roughly a third the price of the 780 Ti but has the oomph for gaming on high settings on a 1080p panel. If you won’t be gaming and just want a little more graphical muscle for everyday tasks, you’ll be fine with something even less expensive.</p> <h4>HD Storage MIA</h4> <p>I recently bought a WD Green 3TB hard drive for backup purposes. I have it in a Thermaltake BlacX USB 3.0 cradle outside of the PC. I have tried a hundred different things I found online, from different partitioning hardware to updating drivers and BIOS, but I can’t get the PC to recognize any more than 746GB. From what I saw online, lots of others are having the same problem. I run a Phenom II X6 1090T in an MSI 890FXA-GD65 motherboard with BIOS version 18.9, an AMD 7970, and 16GB of RAM. Any ideas would be appreciated.</p> <p><em>— Gayle Curry</em></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds: </strong><em></em></p> <p>It looks like the problem is with that Thermaltake BlacX cradle not correctly supporting Advanced Format drives like the WD Green series with 4KB sectors instead of 512B sectors. Depending on the model, Thermaltake lists its BlacX docks as supporting “up to 2TB” or “up to 4TB” drives, but it depends on the USB controller inside the cradle, and its firmware. It’s also possible that you can update the firmware for the USB controller on your cradle, but Thermaltake’s website is a little wonky—we couldn’t find firmware update tools for the BlacX 5G, for example. <em></em></p> <p>WD’s support page indicates that you may be able to get it to work if you attach the drive directly to your motherboard’s SATA ports and format it as a GPT partition in Windows Disk Management, then remove it and put it in the USB dock.<em></em></p> <h4>Wireless-AC Upgrade<em></em></h4> <p>I have a Dell Inspiron 15R-5520 with an Intel Centrino Wireless N-2230. I just purchased the Nighthawk Netgear router R7000. I would like to upgrade the wireless adapter. I contacted Dell to no avail, and can’t even find an email address for Intel. Do you think that the Intel Network 7260 HMWG Wi-Fi Wireless-AC 7260 H/T Dual Band 2x2 AC + Bluetooth HMC is compatible with the Inspiron 15R? At present I can’t use the 5GHz band.<em></em></p> <p><em>— Carlos H Castillo</em></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds: </strong></p> <p>It looks like you ought to be able to put that Intel Wireless-AC card into your Inspiron 15R. The Inspiron takes a half-height mini-PCIe wireless card, like the 7260, and the slot is user-accessible—given a generous interpretation of “user-accessible.” You do have to take apart most of the laptop to get to it. Dell’s service manual for your model is at <a href="ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_inspiron_laptop/inspiron-15r-5520_Owner%27s%20Manual_en-us.pdf">http://bit.ly/1crLreZ</a>, and we found a YouTube tutorial for your model&nbsp; at <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGDOHZXASpA">http://bit.ly/Kedtkr</a>. Be sure to download the appropriate drivers from Intel’s support site.</p> <p>Some laptop manufacturers use a whitelist in the BIOS to restrict which wireless cards you can use with the laptop, but your particular model doesn’t seem to be one of those. Your model seems to have two antennas, and the Intel 7260 has two antenna leads, so everything looks good there. Dell representatives answering other peoples’ questions online seem to indicate that the 15R 5520 can accommodate adapters with 5GHz bands, too.</p> <p>The standard caveat applies—neither Dell nor Intel support or recommend Wi-Fi card installation by anyone but a professional technician, and there’s always the risk that it won’t work. But if it does, well, you’ll have legendary Wi-Fi speed on that Inspiron.</p> <h4>Mysterious Files</h4> <p>I am preparing to upgrade from Windows 8 Pro to Windows 8.1 Pro. While cleaning up my system and removing unnecessary files, I noticed a string of files in my C folder, with names like bdlog.txt, bdr-im or -bz, and so forth. I have attached a copy of the file names, but I have not been able to identify what program they may belong to. I was hoping you might have an answer as to how I can identify them so I don’t remove something I need. As they occupy over 8GB of space it would be nice to know. So far my Internet searches have not found anything and trying various programs on my system to open them have not worked, although one file did have a note stating it could be opened with a bootloader program.</p> <p><em>— Eli Cohen </em></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds:</strong></p> <p>Those files are normal, provided you’re using BitDefender antivirus. Bdlog.txt is a normal activity log, and the various bdr-im and bdr-bz files are related to the Rescue Mode bootable Linux environment. Apparently BitDefender just dumps all this stuff into the root of the C drive rather than in a Program Files/BitDefender folder. So it’s just annoying, not malicious.<strong></strong></p> <h4>GoodbyeDrive<strong></strong></h4> <p>I have been reading about the new Windows and deciding whether to make the move. I have no use for a touchscreen operating system, so it was with relief to see it is now possible to launch Windows directly into the desktop mode. However, I still have a concern. It appears that when Windows 8.1 is installed it automatically sets itself up to save files to SkyDrive by default. This gives me great concern because I do not want to use any cloud servers. Is it possible to use Windows 8.1 without using a cloud server?</p> <p><em>— Bruce Noren</em></p> <p><strong>The Doctor Responds:</strong><em></em></p> <p>Yes, you can disable SkyDrive, but it isn’t obvious. Once you’ve installed Windows 8.1, run gpedit.msc, either by typing it into the search bar on the Start screen or by starting the Run command (Win+R) and typing it there. Go to Local Computer Policy, then Computer Configuration &gt; Administrative Templates &gt; Windows Components &gt; SkyDrive. You’ll see options to save documents and settings to the local PC by default, instead of SkyDrive, but it sounds like you want something more drastic. The second option is “Prevent the usage of SkyDrive for file storage.” That’s the one you want. Double-click it and, in the box that pops up, select Enabled. This is somewhat counterintuitive; you’re not enabling SkyDrive, you’re enabling the policy that disables SkyDrive. Thanks, Microsoft! <em></em></p> http://www.maximumpc.com/ask_doctor_march_2014#comments ask the doctor feature March issues 2014 Ask the Doctor Features Thu, 24 Jul 2014 21:52:10 +0000 Maximum PC staff 27968 at http://www.maximumpc.com Breaking the Cold Mold http://www.maximumpc.com/closed_loop_water_cooler_reviews_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>Two CPU coolers combine forces in different ways</h3> <p>Closed-loop liquid coolers (CLCs) have a number of advantages for enthusiasts. They can overclock higher than an air cooler but they don't require the expense, fiddling, or maintenance of a full-on custom loop. However, there hasn't been a lot of variety in the basic design lately. So today, we're taking a look at two CLCs that have broken from the herd. Cooler Master is working with Swiftech, which usually makes parts for custom loops, and Antec is putting its pump on the fans itself.</p> <h4>Cooler Master Glacer 240L</h4> <p>At first glance, the Glacer 240L is very similar to Swiftech's H220. This time, though, it sports two 120mm Cooler Master Blademaster fans, a beefier PWM pump, and a different cabling setup. Asetek sued Swiftech last year, alleging that the H220 infringed on some of its patents, and Swiftech pulled the product from US shelves; this collaboration with Cooler Master apparently allows them to stay in the game.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/glacer_240l_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/glacer_240l_small.jpg" alt="The 240L’s copper block comes polished to a mirror shine." title="Cooler Master Glacer 240L" width="620" height="412" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The 240L’s copper block comes polished to a mirror shine.</strong></p> <p>The 240L (named so because it sports a 240mm radiator) still has the H220's distinctively thick and shiny PVC tubes, which you can still detach using a Philips screwdriver. Technically it’s a semi-closed loop since once you’ve detached it from the water block you break the seal on it. One tank on the radiator includes a fill port to top it off after you’ve detached it.</p> <p>The LGA1150 backplate actually came pre-attached out-of-the-box, so it took a couple of minutes of tweaking to remove that. Since our test bed is LGA2011, we also had to replace the spring-loaded screws with another set included in the box. These are fixed to the bracket with tiny plastic clips that took some wrangling to get off. We'd recommend pliers. Overall, installation was more fiddly than usual, but it was actually the cabling that provided the biggest obstacle.</p> <p>There's no splitter cable in the box to combine the two fan cables into one. Normally, the fans get a splitter to plug into the CPU fan header. The SATA cable for powering the pump is straightforward enough. But the pump also has a 4-pin cable for PWM control—does that go into the CPU fan header, too? The documentation offers no guidance. Standard ATX motherboards max out at two fan headers that are actually designed to handle PWM hardware: They're usually labeled CPU Fan and CPU OPT, the latter of which is used for a second CPU fan. We had to scrounge a splitter cable from another company's kit to plug both fans into the board's CPU OPT.</p> <p>On the bright side, once you've conquered the installation phase, the cooling is excellent. In fact, the Glacer 240L is right up there with the Kraken X60, despite the latter having 280mm of surface area to work with. Then again, the X60 frequently gets down to $110, and the similarly performing Corsair H100i gets even lower. Both also have noticeably better noise levels, mostly because their pumps are much smaller. But the $140 price tag on the Glacer 240L still takes some convincing. How much do you value being able to replace the individual components and the coolant itself, or being able to expand the loop to add a video card, using standard G1/4 fittings? As the basis for a full-system loop, the Glacer 240L is practically a bargain. But if you just want to cool your CPU, there are more budget-friendly options out there, with smoother installation experiences.</p> <p><strong>Cooler Master Glacer 240L</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_9.jpg" alt="score:9" title="score:9" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$140, <a href="http://us.coolermaster.com/">www.coolermaster-usa.com</a><a href="http://www.transcend-info.com/global2.asp"></a></strong></p> <h4>Antec Kuhler H20 1250</h4> <p>CLCs look so similar these days that you usually have to install and benchmark them to detect differences in design and performance. Antec's Kuhler H20 1250, meanwhile, doesn't even need to be taken out of the box. You might ask, "What are those huge knobs on top of the fans?" Those aren't knobs. Those are the pumps. Yes, interestingly, Antec has chosen to integrate the motors that drive the fan and pumps into one. Why, we’re not sure, but there's something to be said for symmetry.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">Specifications</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 263px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td class="item"></td> <td class="item-dark">Cooler Master Glacer 240L</td> <td>Antec Kuhler H20 1250</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Radiator Dimensions <br />(H x D x W)</td> <td>1.14 x 10.6 x 5 inches</td> <td>1.14 x 10.6 x 5 inches</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Stock Fans</td> <td>2x 12cm PWM</td> <td>2x 12cm PWM</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Socket Support</td> <td class="item-dark">LGA1150/1155/1156/1366/2011; AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2/939</td> <td>GA775/1150/1155/1156/1366/2011; AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Additional Fan Support</td> <td>2x 12cm</td> <td>2x 12cm</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p>On the other hand, the 1250 is one of the easiest installs that we've experienced. The fans come pre-installed, with their cables pre-attached to a splitter that's already plugged into the heatsink that sits on the CPU (which Antec refers to as a "cold plate"). There are two more cables coming out of the heatsink. One is a basic 3-pin job to provide power to the fans and pumps, and the other is an internal USB cable that allows you to control the fans through Antec's bundled Grid software. This is a basic application providing speed presets, temperature, and fan-speed data and graphs. The cold plate also has an LED on top whose color and behavior you can customize. You won't find Grid on Antec’s website, though, so if you lose the bundled installation CD, you might be in trouble. This was a pretty new product as this issue went to press, so that issue may be resolved by the time you read this.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/kuhler_1250_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/kuhler_1250_small.jpg" alt="Since the H20 1250’s pumps are on the fans, the &quot;cold plate&quot; over the CPU can be very low-profile." title="Antec Kuhler H20 1250" width="620" height="402" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Since the H20 1250’s pumps are on the fans, the "cold plate" over the CPU can be very low-profile.</strong></p> <p>The biggest downside to this unit is the sheer real estate it requires. A standard radiator is 25mm thick, as is a case fan. That's about two inches total. The Kuhler 1250 needs about 3.5 inches, though the extra bulk is mostly centered on the pumps sitting on top of the fan motors. We had no problem in our test bed, but we chose its Corsair 900D case primarily for its cavernous interior. The 1250's effective thickness is bigger than a radiator with one fan on each side, so if that wouldn't fit in your case, this probably won't either. We couldn't fit it into two different mid-tower cases; it bumped into the heatsinks around the CPU tray. Antec does not have a compatibility chart, so sizing would have to be tested on a (pardon the pun) case-by-case basis. Since that's not very practical, this is effectively a cooler for a full-tower or super-tower ATX case (especially if you have any plans to add a second set of fans on the other side of the radiator). And you may still encounter physical obstructions.</p> <div class="module orange-module article-module"> <div class="module orange-module article-module"><span class="module-name">Benchmarks</span><br /> <div class="module-content"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>&nbsp;</td> <td><strong>Glacer 240L Quiet /Performance Mode<br /></strong></td> <td><strong>Kuhler H20 1250 Quiet /Performance Mode</strong></td> <td><strong>Kraken X60 Quiet / Performance Mode</strong></td> <td><strong>Kraken X60 Quiet / Performance Mode</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Ambient Air</td> <td class="item-dark">22.7 / 23.2</td> <td>24 / 22.5</td> <td>20.9 / 20.7</td> <td>20.3 / 20.5</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Idle Temperature</td> <td>33.7 / 29.5</td> <td>35.8 / 31.7</td> <td>29.7 / 28.8</td> <td>30.7 / 29.3</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Load Temperature</td> <td class="item-dark">67.2 / 62.8<strong><br /></strong></td> <td>69.3 / 63.3</td> <td>66 / 61.8</td> <td>67.1 / 61</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Load - Ambient</td> <td><strong>44.5 / 39.6</strong></td> <td>45.3 / 40.8</td> <td>45.1 / 41.1</td> <td>46.8 / 40.5</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Price</td> <td>$140<strong>&nbsp;</strong></td> <td>$120 (street)</td> <td>$120 (street)</td> <td>$110 (street)</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><em>All temperatures in degrees Celsius. All tests performed with an Intel Core i7-3960X at 4.1GHz, on an Asus Rampage IV Extreme motherboard, in a Corsair 900D with stock fans set to Standard.<br /></em></p> <p>The 1250 has excellent performance and acceptable noise levels, fortunately. It’s right in line with premium CLCs such as the NZXT Kraken X60 and the Corsair Hydro H100i. It even has a solid three-year warranty. But with the pumps integrated into the fans, you can never replace or upgrade the fans. If they are damaged at some point, or if they wear down after the warranty expires, you have to replace the whole kit. When you consider both the lack of flexibility and the huge physical footprint, it's difficult to recommend the Kuhler 1250 over the competition.</p> <p><strong>Antec Kuhler H20 1250</strong></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <div class="module-content" style="margin-top: -20px;"> <div class="module-text full"> <div class="verdict"><img src="/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/maximumpc/i/mxpc_7.jpg" alt="score:7" title="score:7" width="210" height="80" /></div> </div> </div> <p><strong>$120(street), <a href="http://www.antec.com/">www.antec.com</a></strong></p> <p><em>This article was taken from the February 2014 issue of the magazine.</em></p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> http://www.maximumpc.com/closed_loop_water_cooler_reviews_2014#comments Air Cooling Antec Kuhler H20 1250 Cooler Master Glacer 240L feature Hardware Kaya February 2014 maximum pc Features Thu, 24 Jul 2014 20:42:35 +0000 Tom McNamara 27888 at http://www.maximumpc.com The Cheapskate’s Guide to Power Computing http://www.maximumpc.com/cheap_PC_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>How to save lots of money without sacrificing quality, performance, or features</h3> <p>Our Cheapskate’s Guide has become an annual installment in the magazine, because for most of us working stiffs, the ability to stretch a dollar and get more for less is always relevant. For some of us, it means that our love of technology and all its amazing uses won’t get in the way of us paying the rent or putting new Crocs on our kids’ feet. For others, saving money is more a matter of personal pride—the result of knowing the ins and outs of getting a good deal. Only suckers pay the sticker price! Whatever motivates your cheapskate tendencies, we say embrace them, and this year we offer our support in the form of tips for savvy shopping, guidance on making wise hardware purchases, pointers to killer deals in digital entertainment, and a whole lot more. Just don’t spend your savings foolishly!</p> <p><img src="/files/u154082/cheap_pc.jpg" alt="cheap PC" title="cheap PC" width="620" height="466" /></p> <h3>Get the Most from the Hardware You Own</h3> <p><strong>Before you spend money on an upgrade, make sure you’ve milked your hardware for all it’s worth</strong></p> <h4>Overclock Your CPU</h4> <p>Overclocking your CPU can be as easy as ticking a box in your BIOS, and it can open up decent performance gains that are achievable with a relatively inexpensive aftermarket cooler such as the $35 <a title="212 evo cooler" href="http://www.maximumpc.com/cooler_master_hyper_212_evo_review_0" target="_blank">Hyper 212 Evo</a> from Cooler Master. Most Intel boards are multiplier locked, but you can still adjust the Turbo clock and/or the base clock quite easily in the BIOS. Be careful though, as most modern CPUs will top out at just a bit above 4GHz due to cooling and voltage constraints. We’ve gone up to 4.2GHz or so on air and a bit higher on water, but that’s the ceiling these days unless you’re willing to shell out a mint for an Extreme processor from Intel or a 5GHz part from AMD, and a custom water loop to cool either. Keep in mind, however, that it’s doubtful you’re being held back by your CPU unless you are doing intense multithreaded video encoding.</p> <h4>Overclock Your GPU</h4> <p>Overclocking your GPU will provide some benefits, but keep in mind we’re talking about a 5–10 percent improvement, typically, which might not be enough to overcome your particular frame-rate deficiency. In some cases you will see a 20 percent boost, but that’s not guaranteed. The cheapest way to get an FPS boost is always to just buy a second GPU for CrossFire or SLI, because, though scaling isn’t perfect, you should be able to see performance improve by 75–80 percent. Also, by the time you add a second card, whatever card you already own is typically much cheaper, making this the best-bang-for-your-buck upgrade you can perform.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/evga_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/evga_small.jpg" alt="EVGA PrecisionX makes it easy to overclock your GPU, examine temps and voltages, and more." title="EVGA PrecisionX" width="620" height="407" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>EVGA PrecisionX makes it easy to overclock your GPU, examine temps and voltages, and more.</strong></p> <h4>Move to an SSD</h4> <p>We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again with no hyperbole. Moving to an SSD is one of the best PC upgrades in the history of mankind. Whereas upgrading other subsystems like RAM, CPU, and motherboard oftentimes leads to small and imperceptible performance gains, an SSD upgrade is like hitting your PC with nitrous, and its effects are immediate, system-wide, and like night-and-day compared to a spinning hard drive. Your PC will boot in half the time, programs will launch instantly, and there’s no more waiting for the platters to spin up or for the drive’s read heads to find your data. SSDs also emit no heat or noise, and with no moving parts they are just as awesome in a laptop as they are in a desktop. Get one today and your life will change.</p> <h4>Trim Your Existing SSD Often</h4> <p>The Trim command for Windows is sent to your SSD when it’s idle, telling the drive that it’s OK to permanently delete files marked as garbage, so that the next time data needs to be written to a block it can take place without the aforementioned deletion delaying the process. Imagine if every time you had to write to a block, the controller had to perform a delete operation first! Performance would suck, which is why Trim exists. But here’s the problem: If your SSD holds your OS, it may rarely be in “idle” mode, and nobody knows when the Trim command actually runs. So, do your drive a favor and manually Trim it. In Windows 8 it can be done via the Tools menu (under the drive’s Properties) by punching the Optimize button. Older OSes don’t offer this feature, though, so you’ll need a third-party tool provided by your drive manufacturer. We know that the software available for Intel and Samsung drives supports this, but we’re not aware of any other free tool that lets you do it on drives of other brands.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/ssd_trim_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/ssd_trim_small.jpg" alt="Some SSDs include software that lets you manually Trim your drive—a handy feature for those on older OSes." width="620" height="349" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Some SSDs include software that lets you manually Trim your drive—a handy feature for those on older OSes.</strong></p> <h4>Reinstall Windows</h4> <p>Nothing runs faster, not even a Kenyan, than a fresh install of Windows. It’s true that the arrival of SSDs has negated this effect somewhat, but in our experience, a squeaky-clean install is noticeably perkier than a thrashed and litter-strewn 2-year-old installation. We know most of you pride yourselves on your years of uptime, but there comes a time when too many weird and unexplainable phenomena (updates not working, general slowness, etc.) will require you to throw up your hands and start over. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, and your new OS’s snappy performance will make you feel better in the end.</p> <h4>Add RAM—to a point</h4> <p>If you’re using less than 8GB of RAM there’s a very real chance your system is using almost all of it from time to time, if you’re like us: a gnarly multitasker. Your OS will take a few gigs right off the bat, and browser tabs can eat another gig; open Photoshop and it’s all over but the crying. We don’t say this often, but if you only have 4GB of RAM, double it pronto. If you have some leftover Christmas money, treat yourself to 16GB just to be safe.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Make Realistic Purchases</h3> <p><strong>Don’t buy more performance than you need</strong></p> <p>We’ll admit we’re guilty of pushing a Maximum PC worldview, but we also advocate upgrades that will actually make a difference in your day-to-day computing rather than just looking good in a forum signature. Here are the most often abused upgrade paths—be sure to steer clear of them.</p> <h4>PSU</h4> <p>You can run dual GTX 680s and nine hard drives off a 600W PSU, and we know because we’ve done it. When buying a PSU, use an online calculator to tabulate how much power your system will actually need instead of just buying an 850-or-higher wattage PSU. That said, don’t buy a no-name unit. Quality and reputation are important here.</p> <h4>Multi-core and/or Hyper-Threaded CPU</h4> <p>Everyone loves the idea of an eight- or 12-core CPU, but the reality is, unless you’re rendering 3D models or doing hardcore video work, most of the applications you use will never touch those extra cores, so don’t waste your money on them. The same goes for Hyper-Threading, which is virtual CPU cores—most apps don’t even know they exist. In our testing, gaming performance actually dropped with Hyper-Threading enabled, and the only apps that improved by adding cores were Adobe Premiere, HandBrake, and other apps of that nature.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/detail_axi_psu_cutout_a_closed_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/detail_axi_psu_cutout_a_closed_small.jpg" alt="A badass PSU can be overkill, even for a high-end build. " width="620" height="465" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>A badass PSU can be overkill, even for a high-end build. </strong></p> <h4>Chassis</h4> <p>A full-tower looks good IRL and in a forum signature, but can be a massive waste of money and space unless you’re water-cooling. Otherwise you get a whole lot of real estate that goes unused. If that’s your bag, we get it; we like a roomy interior, too. But these cases cost more than twice what a generous mid-tower will set you back, and we’d prefer to put that cash into a GPU or SSD.</p> <h4>RAM</h4> <p>Most home users will get by just fine with 8GB, and extreme photo and video editors might need 16GB or 32GB in really extreme situations. Among the Maximum PC staffers, 8GB or 16GB is the norm, and we have never had a need for more than that. Even amateur photographers and videographers will be fine with 16GB. Overclocked RAM is only beneficial in certain applications and can help with CPU overclocking, but for average use and a regular diet of gaming, stick with DDR3/1600 and you’ll be just fine.</p> <h3>Proceed with Caution</h3> <p><strong>Your name is Mark and the store knows it</strong></p> <h4>The New Phone Kit Bundle</h4> <p>These kits typically include a generic, low-output car charger, generic screen protector, mediocre headset, and a screen protector. The only thing we’d really even consider buying at the store with a new phone purchase is the case. That’s because new phones, tablets, and other mobile items are scientifically proven to be subject to additional gravitational pull the first month you own them (in other words, you’re sure to drop it the day before your case arrives from Amazon).</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/phone_charger_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/phone_charger_small.jpg" alt="Most wireless companies’ “kit” chargers are generic junk." width="620" height="620" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Most wireless companies’ “kit” chargers are generic junk.</strong></p> <h4>The Fancy Cable</h4> <p>You need the braided HDMI cables with your HDTV, receiver, or what not, right? No, you don’t. The braids do look beautiful, but nine out of 10 times, it’s just a way to charge you $35 for a cable that would otherwise be $10 or less. Shoot, some big box stores probably make more money on store-branded cables than they do on their other merchandise. As much as we all wish the braided Super Cable did something special, it doesn’t.</p> <h4>The Extended Warranty</h4> <p>Most folks know this, but it doesn’t hurt to repeat it: Extended warranties are like gambling and the house always wins. Those extended warranties are pure gravy to the store, which knows that your hardware is 97 percent unlikely to ever fail within the warranty period. That’s why the stores all push them. For most of us, it’s better to just roll the dice.</p> <h4>Smart Shopping Strategies</h4> <p><strong>Saving your pennies when purchasing online is easier than you might think</strong></p> <p>A little bit of time and effort can save you a not-so-insignificant amount of cash when you’re shopping online. Trust us. The last time we went shopping for pants, for example, a quick online scan for promo codes helped us to double-stack savings—turning a measly 20 percent discount into a much more pleasing 65 percent discount (and allowing us to buy two pairs instead of one!). We’re not talking rocket science here, just perseverance. And of course, it pays to know all the most effective techniques.</p> <h4>Bookmark the Best Deal Sites</h4> <p>The web is full of “deal sites”—as in, giant listings of items that have either been found by the site itself or posted by its visitors. These items are typically discounted from their regular retail price any number of different ways, from standard sales that sleuths have stumbled across, to creative uses of promotional codes and other offers, to the leaking of special URLs reserved for a vendor’s “elite” shoppers.</p> <p>So, which are some of the best resources?</p> <p>SlickDeals: The alpha and omega of deal sites, this super-popular site is a great, general resource for deals spanning all kinds of categories. You can even have the site email you when new deals pop up for certain products you’re interested in. <a href="http://www.slickdeals.net/">www.slickdeals.net</a></p> <p>CheapAssGamer: If you want to narrow your search to video games, then CAG (as it’s affectionately known) is where you’ll find great gaming deals and a vibrant community. <a href="http://www.cheapassgamer.com/">www.cheapassgamer.com</a></p> <p>Reddit: Yes, there are Reddits for everything, it seems. Hit up /r/deals, /r/dealsreddit, and /r/gamedeals for your general and gaming-related purchases; /r/coupons if you’re keen on promos; and /r/freebies for, well, just that. And of course, don’t forget /r/buildapcsales. <a href="http://www.reddit.com/">www.reddit.com</a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/deals_1_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/deals_1_small.jpg" alt="The site Deals.woot.com is another great example of a community- driven deal aggregator; we tend to like sites that have a bit of a competitive element, as it usually leads to better deals!" width="620" height="411" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The site Deals.woot.com is another great example of a community-driven deal aggregator; we tend to like sites that have a bit of a competitive element, as it usually leads to better deals!</strong></p> <p>DealNews: Second verse, same as the first. This site, like SlickDeals, dishes out a whole ton of bargains across an equally large number of categories. There’s no forum, just straight-up savings. <a href="http://dealnews.com/">www.dealnews.com</a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/deals_2_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/deals_2_small.jpg" alt="Signing up for e-newsletters might not seem like a hot tip, but Newegg’s often delivers promos and prices you simply won’t find listed elsewhere." width="620" height="489" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Signing up for e-newsletters might not seem like a hot tip, but Newegg’s often delivers promos and prices you simply won’t find listed elsewhere.</strong></p> <p>FatWallet: While we’re a bit more keen on SlickDeals’s listings, we find the FatWallet forums to be irresistible. Promo codes, coupon codes, and helpful advice—especially for travel and finance—make this site’s giant community worth checking out. The bonus cashback you can get for listed deals is the icing on the cake. <a href="http://www.fatwallet.com/">www.fatwallet.com</a></p> <h4>Leverage Coupon Codes</h4> <p>Our first stop when shopping is a handy little site called RetailMeNot (<a href="http://www.retailmenot.com/">www.retailmenot.com</a>), a great place to quickly find active promo codes for a variety of online shopping sites. If that doesn’t turn up results, we look to other sites like Coupon Predator (<a href="http://www.couponpredator.com/">www.couponpredator.com</a>), Google, and even a Twitter search to see what’s out there. That might sound primitive, but it works.</p> <p>Beyond that, browser extensions like <a href="https://joinhoney.com/">Honey</a> or Coupons at Checkout will automatically search for promo codes when you go to make a purchase. Unfortunately, they might also pull in coupons for larger retail sites that have absolutely nothing to do with what you’re buying (a bit of a tease).</p> <p>And don’t forget newsletters! Newegg is a great example of a site that’ll often stuff interesting deals into the emails it blasts your way, as is TigerDirect (and Mwave, Directron, etc.). All of the various Groupon-like sites—LivingSocial, Amazon Local, Travelzoo, to name a few—are also worth checking out for deals in categories beyond electronics.</p> <p>No matter what you sign up for, however, we recommend that you fire up a Gmail account and use the ol’ trick of adding a plus symbol and extra characters to your email address for newsletter purposes (so, Tom+deals@maximumpc.com instead of Tom@maximumpc.com). Your email will still route to the same location, but you’ll have a much stronger ability to filter the bounty of messages you’ll receive.</p> <h4>Browser Plugins for Bargain Shopping</h4> <p>It’s always great when your web browser itself can do your deal hunting. Of course, you’re going to have to install an extension or two to transform Chrome or Firefox into a shopping machine.</p> <p>One of our favorites is (oddly) called <a href="http://camelcamelcamel.com/">Camelcamelcamel</a>; it ties into the website of the same name, and tracks the prices of things you’re looking to purchase on Amazon or Bestbuy.com. (It used to work on Newegg as well, but doesn’t as of this article’s writing). The extensions <a href="http://www.priceblink.com/webcpns/browser-add-on/">Priceblink</a> and <a href="https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/invisiblehand/lghjfnfolmcikomdjmoiemllfnlmmoko?hl=en">Invisible Hand</a> are also worth having in your back pocket, as they’ll automatically notify you if they can find a lower price for items you’re looking at on a particular retailer’s website.</p> <p>If you’re a huge Amazon fan, you can grab the company’s “<a href="http://www.amazon.com/wishlist/get-button">Add to Wish List</a>” extension. When you’re shopping anywhere else, simply click the little button in your browser to automatically add whatever you’re looking at to your Amazon Wish List (presumably, to purchase later with your fancy Amazon Prime account).</p> <p>While it’s not a browser extension, we just have to mention the web app <a href="https://www.slice.com/">Slice</a>—sign up for the free service, and you’ll be able to get notifications on your smartphone when your packages have shipped and when they’re delivered!</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/deals_3_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/deals_3_small.jpg" alt="Camelcamelcamel does a great job of providing a bit of historical context for official and third-party Amazon prices." width="620" height="543" /></a></p> <h4>Price Matching</h4> <p>It’s no secret that you can often score much better deals with a bit of online sleuthing than you can in a brick-and-mortar store. What if you want your brand-new video game today, however, instead of having to wait for it to ship out from some random online retailer?</p> <p>Here’s the catch: While a number of retail chains like Staples, Best Buy, Target, and Wal-Mart (to name a few) will price-match against online entities like Amazon, their policies can all differ regarding specifics. Best Buy, for example, limits the number of sites it’ll consider for price matching, and any items that are subject to “deal of the day” specials (or the like) don’t apply—thus rendering price matching a bit moot.</p> <p>Timing varies with the brick-and-mortar stores, as well. Best Buy, for example, needs to know the lower price you’re trying to match when you go to purchase an item. Target, however, gives you a seven-day window from the point of purchase to find a lower price from a slim list of online retailers.</p> <p>Our advice? Stick to the deal sites we’ve previously listed; trying to play the price-matching game is more trouble than it’s worth.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/deals_4__small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/deals_4__small.jpg" alt="RefurbMe is a handy site for finding refurbished Apple products for cheap. The tracking element is especially useful, given how products arrive and disappear from Apple’s refurb site." width="620" height="342" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>RefurbMe is a handy site for finding refurbished Apple products for cheap. The tracking element is especially useful, given how products arrive and disappear from Apple’s refurb site.</strong></p> <h4>The Refurbished Option</h4> <p>One great way to save cash on your major PC purchases is to go refurb; specifically, items that the manufacturer has received and fixed up (or has decided are eligible for a discounted sale). Perhaps the exterior of the laptop is a wee bit scuffed—you might decide you can live with that for a $300 discount.</p> <p>Hate all you want, but Apple does a great job of testing and fixing its refurbished goods, even going so far as to offer a one-year limited warranty and full return support as if the item were purchased brand-new. Dell and HP also offer pretty strong warranty and return policies, as does Newegg, but you’ll definitely want to check that whichever store you’re looking to buy refurb from gives you a plethora of return options, to be safe. Amazon, for example, might offer a ton of options for buying used, but you might be bound by the stricter return policy of an individual seller. Caveat emptor.</p> <p>We didn’t find any strong, comprehensive sites that track refurb sales across a number of different manufacturers and retailers, other than the Apple-centric RefurbMe (<a href="http://www.refurb.me/us/">www.refurb.me</a>).</p> <h4>Shipping Services</h4> <p>If you’re a junkie for a particular retail site—Amazon or Newegg spring to mind—then it might be worth your while to sign up for that site’s shipping service, should it offer one. <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Prime-One-Year-Membership/dp/B00DBYBNEE">Amazon Prime</a> gives you “free” two-day shipping for an annual fee; Newegg uses <a href="http://www.newegg.com/shoprunner">Shoprunner</a> (also $79 a year), which is a similar service that covers a large number of participating stores simultaneously.</p> <p>If you don’t want to pay the annual fee, but still want to take advantage of the services for a particular large purchase or shopping spree, you can always sign up for each site’s 30-day trial (so long as you remember to cancel it before the month is up!) Or you can always check out <a href="http://www.freeshipping.org/">FreeShipping.org</a> to see if you can get your purchases sent gratis via a code or deal.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/deals_5_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/deals_5_small.jpg" alt="FreeShipping.org is one-half shipping codes, one-half deals, but definitely worth a stop if you just can’t figure out a way to avoid expensive shipping charges." width="620" height="641" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Best Practices for Buying Used Gear</h3> <p><strong>Or how not to get burned</strong></p> <h4>Buying a Used Phone</h4> <p>Buying a used smartphone is an easy way to save hundreds of dollars. The two big places to buy phones and tablets today are eBay and Craigslist. eBay is problematic for picky buyers, as you can’t touch before purchasing. You instead have to rely on the descriptions. If we had to buy a phone on eBay and wanted to improve our chances of being satisfied, we’d stick with vendors who sell dozens or hundreds of phones. These vendors are more concerned with maintaining a reputation, so if you have problems with a phone, returning it shouldn’t be a problem. As always though, read the fine print on returns and refunds before you make a bid.</p> <p>If you prefer the face-to-face interaction of Craigslist, there are a few tips you should follow. First, for security’s sake, meet in a public place such as a café and never go to a second location with the seller because they “forgot the charger.” (Right, follow them outside with $400 cash in your pocket!). If you’re really leery, ask them to meet you in the lobby of a nearby police station. This applies to any face-to-face transaction, of course.</p> <p>Kick the tires first! On any phone, the common failure points are headphone jack and charger port. Bring your own ear buds, plug them in, and put light pressure on the cord where it plugs in while playing audio to see if it cuts out. If it does, the port may be damaged. Likewise, plug the phone into the wall and see if the phone will show that it’s charging while putting light pressure on the cord from different angles. If it loses connection at a certain angle, the charging port may be damaged.</p> <p>Check the phone’s moisture indicators—usually on the battery or inside the phone or hidden inside the headphone jack or card slot. You may need a magnifying glass and flashlight. Most turn dark red or purple after they’ve been exposed to moisture.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/seagate_hard_drive_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/seagate_hard_drive_small.jpg" alt="Some vendors only care if a product is within a warranty period, not who bought it." width="620" height="420" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Some vendors only care if a product is within a warranty period, not who bought it.</strong></p> <p>Also function-check all of the phone’s physical buttons and switches to make sure they engage and disengage, and check that there are no issues with the touchscreen’s digitizer by testing the corners in particular, since they’re prone to stress. Check the phone’s electronic serial number, or ESN, and make sure it’s not on your carrier’s blocked list. Carefully examine the chassis and screen alignment too, as well as the screws that hold the phone together. If the parts seem out of alignment, or the tamper seal is simply gone, there’s a good chance the “new” phone has been opened up.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/liquiddamageindicatorcomparison_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/liquiddamageindicatorcomparison_small.jpg" alt="These are identical batteries but the one with the red moisture indicator has gone through the washer." /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>These are identical batteries but the one with the red moisture indicator has gone through the washer.</strong></p> <p>These same rules apply to tablets. The only other test we’d do with a tablet is to try to twist the tablet by the corners very gently. This should exert pressure on the panel and digitizer, and could reveal whether there’s a loose connection from being dropped one time too many. We’d also be a bit more careful about checking the tablet’s screen, so pull up a paint program and view pages of different solid colors to look for dead pixels.</p> <h4>Buying PC Parts</h4> <p>Buying used PC parts can be a bit trickier. If you’re buying a used GeForce Titan for $500, you certainly can’t test it in Starbucks. The good news is that most PC parts tend to be pretty resilient. Dead CPUs and GPUs are rare. Some PC parts vendors are very good about honoring warranties regardless of who originally bought the parts, but you’ll want to verify this beforehand. Hard-drive vendors, for example, typically don’t care who bought the drive, as warranties typically start from date of manufacture.</p> <p>Frankly, buying PC parts face-to-face, where you can’t power them up and test them is almost sketchier than buying from a person on eBay, where the seller is likely to want to protect their reputation, or in a worse-case scenario, eBay itself can intercede in a purchasing dispute.</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Stream Everything: Movies, Music, TV, and More</h3> <p><strong>Cutting the cable has never been easier</strong></p> <p>Is there anything worse than paying big bucks for a monthly cable subscription and an assortment of Blu-rays? If you have a high-speed Internet connection, you don’t need to anymore. There’s never been a better time to consider cutting the cable, with streaming websites galore and services available for pretty much everything.</p> <h4>Movies</h4> <p>It’s a great time to be a movie lover. Between Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Crackle, and Hulu, there are loads of options to choose from. Netflix is still the frontrunner, with its $7.99-per-month streaming plan, huge library with 720p and 1080p “Super HD” video, 5.1 surround sound, and support for nearly every modern device—Roku, Chromecast, mobile phones, and more. Compare that to Amazon Prime Instant Video, which gives Amazon Prime members access to a library of some 40,000 movies and TV episodes as well as some à la carte offerings.</p> <h4>TV</h4> <p>If you need the latest TV episodes, Hulu’s your best bet. Recent episodes from most networks are available for free on your PC and upgrading to the $7.99/month Hulu Plus subscription gives you HD streams, expanded device support, and access to Hulu’s backlog.</p> <p>Netflix and Amazon Instant Video both also include a pretty large selection of TV shows. Recent episodes aren’t always available, but it’s hard to beat paying $7.99 a month for both TV and movies.</p> <h4>Music</h4> <p><a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/best_music_streaming_services_roundup2013">Our top pick is still Spotify</a>. With its massive library of ad-supported music, it’s the best option for on-demand music streaming. Pay $4.99/month and all the ads are stripped away. Pay $9.99/month and you get mobile access with offline listening and “Extreme” audio quality (320Kb/s).</p> <p>Live radio and jukebox fans will love iHeartRadio. It’s a service that gives you access to more than 1,500 live radio stations across the country. It also lets you create customized radio stations that pull from iHeartRadio’s music library of over 15 million songs. iTunes Radio is a newer alternative, but the lack of Android support is pretty unforgivable.</p> <p>Looking to actually purchase songs? Check the prices on Amazon MP3—chances are good that they’re cheaper than iTunes if not the exact same price (but unencumbered by DRM). If music exploration’s your thing, both NoiseTrade (<a href="http://www.noisetrade.com/">www.noisetrade.com</a>) and the Free Music Archive (<a href="http://www.freemusicarchive.org/">www.freemusicarchive.org</a>) offer free songs from smaller artists.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/netflix_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/netflix_small.jpg" alt="Netflix remains the force to be reckoned with when it comes to streaming commercial content." width="620" height="326" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Netflix remains the force to be reckoned with when it comes to streaming commercial content.</strong></p> <h4>Books</h4> <p>If you don’t want to make regular trips to your local library, there are some cheapskate alternatives. Most public libraries offer online checkout of e-books and audio books. How it works largely depends on your local library, but it’s a great option if you’re looking for recent books. If you don’t have a problem reading classics, Project Gutenberg (<a href="http://www.gutenberg.org/">www.gutenberg.org</a>) has been around for a long time, collecting public domain books and making them available for free. There’s also the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, which gives Amazon Prime subscribers the chance to borrow one e-book per month from a growing selection of books.</p> <h4>Sports</h4> <p>Anyone who’s ever tried to cut the cord knows that sports has always been the sticking point. Unfortunately, not much has changed, and the easiest way to get your sports fix is to stick with cable or hook up a TV tuner for local broadcasts.</p> <p>If you’re not a regular ESPN or ESPN 2 watcher, you might be able to get by with paid subscriptions to the leagues that you care about most. All of the major sports leagues offer some sort of subscription—with prices as high as $200. The passes usually last for the entire season, but are sometimes gimped by restrictions that might make local games or even playoff games unavailable.</p> <h3>Chromecast: The Poor Man’s Smart TV</h3> <p>The Chromecast is Google’s $35 Roku and Apple TV competitor. Plug the 3-inch device into an HDMI port on your TV—plus a USB port for power—and you can stream content from Chromecast-enabled apps on your PC, phone, or tablet, and through Chrome itself. Since it launched last year, Google’s been pushing for further Chromecast development. Some of that has finally paid off with more than a few services now touting official support. Hulu, Pandora, HBO Go, Plex, and more have joined Netflix and Google Play with compatible apps. It’s still got a ways to go before it can really compete with the ease-of-use and accessibility of either the Roku or the Apple TV, but at only $35 it’s hard to argue with super-simple streaming.</p> <p>Since the Chromecast can only be used as a secondary device, it’s safe to say that it’s not a real threat to dedicated digital media receivers. Having to reach for your phone or laptop to peruse your Netflix queue isn’t nearly as convenient as pressing play on a Roku remote. Google’s continued focus on Chromecast is a good sign and the future of the Chromecast isn’t as bleak as it once was.</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Getting XBMC Up and Running</h3> <p><strong>Open-source media-center goodness for free</strong></p> <p>If you’re looking for a front end for your media center, look no further than XBMC. It’s completely free, installing it is a cinch, and a massive library of user-created add-ons means that plenty of your favorite services are probably supported.</p> <h4>1. DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL XBMC</h4> <p>Download XBMC (<a href="http://xbmc.org/">www.xbmc.org</a>) for the operating system you’re running (image A) and install it. You’ve also got the option of installing XBMCbuntu—a stand-alone OS running on Linux.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/xbmc_1_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/xbmc_1_small.jpg" width="620" height="372" /></a></p> <h4>2. Update YOUR AUDIO AND VIDEO SETTINGS</h4> <p>Chances are good that XBMC will pick the right resolution for your setup, but make sure by going to System &gt; Settings &gt; Video output and checking the Resolution option. While you’re in the settings menu, check the Audio output tab to fine-tune your audio settings (<strong>image B</strong>).</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/xbmc_2_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/xbmc_2_small.jpg" width="620" height="355" /></a></p> <h4>3. IMPORT YOUR LOCAL CONTENT</h4> <p>A media center is pretty worthless without any media. Fortunately, importing content into XBMC is ridiculously easy. Select the Video or Music tab and click Add Source. Browse to where you keep your content, click the folder, and give it a name (<strong>image C</strong>).</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/xbmc_3a_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/xbmc_3a_small.jpg" width="620" height="383" /></a></p> <h4>4. INSTALL ADD-ONS</h4> <p>Add-ons are the lifeblood of XBMC. Most of them are easy installs—go to System &gt; Settings &gt; Add-ons &gt; Get Add-ons &gt; All Add-ons and select from any of the available categories to search through the official XBMC repository. Pick an add-on and click Install.</p> <p>Some beta add-ons aren’t available without a bit of tinkering. We recommend NetfliXBMC, Spotimc, and the unofficial Hulu add-on to start with.</p> <p>Installing NetfliXBMC is a bit of a chore. First, download AddOnScripterDE’s repository (<a href="https://code.google.com/p/addonscriptorde-beta-repo/downloads/list">http://bit.ly/NetfliXBMC</a>). Then go to Settings &gt; Add-ons &gt; Install from zip file and select the zip file you downloaded. Now when you click Get Add-ons, you should see AddOnScripterDE’s Beta Repo as an option. Select it, head into Video Add-ons, and install NetfliXBMC. Once it’s installed, right-click NetfliXBMC, go to Add-on settings (<strong>image D</strong>), and enter in your Netflix account information. While you’re in the settings menu, click the Advanced tab and select IExplorer under Win Browser. If you’ve done everything right, you should be able to access Netflix and watch videos.</p> <p>The process is a bit simpler for BlueCop’s Hulu add-on and Spotimc. To get access to Hulu, download BlueCop’s repository (<a href="https://code.google.com/p/bluecop-xbmc-repo/downloads/detail?name=repository.bluecop.xbmc-plugins.zip">http://bit.ly/HuluXBMC</a>) and install it by selecting the repo. Spotimc (http://bit.ly/Spotimc), the unofficial Spotify add-on, is even easier to install. All you have to do is download and directly install the zip file.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/xbmc_4_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/xbmc_4_small.jpg" width="620" height="349" /></a></p> <h4>5. INSTALL ADD-ONS</h4> <p>XBMC looks fine the first time you start it up, but there’s more than a few alternate skins available. Go to System &gt; Settings &gt; Appearance &gt; Skin &gt; Get More to get access to them. We recommend Aeon Nox, Aeon MQ 5 (<strong>image E</strong>), and re-Touched if you’re running XBMC on a device with a touchscreen.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/xbmc_5_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/xbmc_5_small.jpg" width="620" height="349" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>How to Save on Software</h3> <p><strong>Get cheap or free software without losing out</strong></p> <h4>Antivirus</h4> <p>Computer security is not an area where you want to cut corners, but these days you can get all of your antivirus needs covered without spending much at all. For many users, the days of shelling out big bucks for a yearly subscription AV suite are over—Microsoft provides formidable built-in protection in the form of Windows Defender, a powerful free antivirus program included in Windows 8.</p> <p>If you’d like even more full-featured AV, or you want to stick with the antivirus suite you already know, the best way to save money is to buy through a reseller. A simple Amazon search for Kaspersky or Norton returns dozens of reputable sellers offering the latest versions of these suites for 50 percent off retail price.</p> <h4>Image Editor</h4> <p>Even if you don’t consider photography a hobby, you should know a little bit about photo editing. A quick pass through the right software can take even the most amateurish photos and give them a little extra pop. There’s plenty of ways to do this without spending money, depending on your needs.</p> <p>If you just want to occasionally spruce up pictures with features like contrast and color adjustment, red-eye reduction, and cropping, you may not need to download anything at all. Popular photo organization tools Flickr (<a href="https://www.flickr.com/">www.flickr.com</a>) and Picasa (h<a href="http://picasa.google.com/">ttp://picasa.google.com</a>) both come with built-in tools that let you do all that for free.</p> <p>For cheapskates that want the power of a full photo-editing suite for free, the answer is (as always) Gimp (www.gimp.org). The formidable open-source editor can do almost everything Photoshop can, including automatic image adjustments, batch processing, and manual photo correction. Finally, consider that Photoshop itself isn’t as expensive as it once was. Photoshop Elements (<a href="http://www.adobe.com/">www.adobe.com</a>) offers all the photo correction options a non-expert photographer needs with a very user-friendly interface for $60. Alternatively, Adobe’s new subscription options allow you to “rent” Photoshop by the month for $30.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a href="/files/u152332/windows_defender_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/windows_defender_small.jpg" alt="Windows Defender: The best thing to happen to security-minded cheapskates." width="620" height="354" /></a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Windows Defender: The best thing to happen to security-minded cheapskates.</strong></p> <h4>Office Apps</h4> <p>Microsoft Office has a death grip on the commercial office apps market on Windows, but there are plenty of alternatives if you look around. If you’re able, the best solution for most folks is to simply move your documents cloud-side, with Google Apps (<a href="https://www.google.com/intl/en/drive/">https://drive.google.com</a>). The browser-based word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation software are all powerful and user-friendly, and you can access your files from any computer or smartphone.</p> <p>If you prefer a more traditional software suite, the open-source alternative is Libre Office (<a href="http://www.libreoffice.org/">www.libreoffice.org</a>), a descendant of the popular Open Office. It’s a big download, but Libre Office has all the features of Microsoft Office, and can open and save files with the widely used Office file extensions.</p> <h4>Operating System</h4> <p>When it’s time to really make the switch to free software, you’ve got to start from the ground up—you’ve got to switch to a free operating system. The subject of making the switch to Linux is too broad to fit into a paragraph or two, but we’ll tell you how to get started. We recommend Mint, a very beginner-friendly Linux distro that’s based on Ubuntu. Ubuntu (<a href="http://www.ubuntu.com/">www.ubuntu.com</a>) is also a great choice, but the Mint GUI will be slightly more intuitive for people used to Windows. Head to <a href="http://www.linuxmint.com/">www.linuxmint.com</a> to download the latest version of the OS, and then click over to the Documentation tab. The guide is pretty long, but doesn’t involve anything that will be difficult for a moderately experienced computer user.</p> <h4>Video Encoding/Playback</h4> <p>When it comes to playing video content, the best free option is also the best option, period. Download VLC (<a href="http://www.videolan.org/">www.videolan.org</a>), a free media player that offers playback for just about any file type or codec under the sun. If you want to go a step further and transcode videos from one format to another, the software you’re looking for is HandBrake (<a href="http://handbrake.fr/">http://handbrake.fr</a>), a free utility that makes it easy to create video files perfectly suited for any device.</p> <h3>Student, Government, and Company Discounts</h3> <p>One thing to keep in mind when hunting for cheap software is that you might be able to get deeper discounts through your employer or school. If you work for the government or military, for instance, you could be eligible for a program that allows you to download Microsoft Office for just $10. If you work for a big company, you might be able to get bulk-priced software for home use, as well. We can’t say what any particular employer offers, of course, so your best bet is to get in contact with your IT department, and ask if they offer any discount programs for at-home use.</p> <p>What’s the one group that companies love the most? Students. College students and kids are broke now, but could someday be valuable customers, so companies like Microsoft, Dell, and Apple try to earn their favor with discounts on just about everything. All versions of Windows and Office are 10 percent off for students, for instance, and Adobe offers a huge 40 percent educational discount on its pricey software. Hardware is also cheaper if you have an educational email address, with Apple and Dell offering substantial savings on laptops for students. The main takeaway here is that if you’re a student, never buy anything online without first searching to see if a discount is available.</p> <p>Note that most educational discounts are also available to school faculty, so if you or someone in your family is a teacher you can cash in on these deals. Finally, college students should remember that universities are big organizations, too, and may have their own bulk-rate deals on software. Talk to your campus technology department for more info.</p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3>Best Bang-for-the-Buck Games</h3> <p><strong>These deals are so good it’s almost a crime to pass them up</strong></p> <h4>Counter-Strike: Global Offensive</h4> <p>CS:GO takes the challenge and balance of the original game and gives it a big face-lift and the most accessibility the franchise has ever seen. You can play it at a variety of skill levels and still have fun—even against some decent bots. The game will also randomly reward you with crates that contain cosmetic upgrades for your weapons and clothing. $15, <a href="http://blog.counter-strike.net/">www.counter-strike.net</a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/cheapskate__games_1_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/cheapskate__games_1_small.jpg" width="620" height="265" /></a></p> <h4>Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director’s Cut</h4> <p>This sci-fi stealth-action-RPG hybrid maintains the cynical tone, grand scale, and moral quandaries of the original game, while pushing forward with triple-A production values, including an excellent soundtrack by composer Michael McCann. With latitude for stealthy, guns-blazing, and completely non-lethal approaches, the game rewards multiple playthroughs. $20, <a href="http://www.deusex.com/">www.deusex.com</a></p> <h4>Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition</h4> <p>Developed by some of the people who made the original Fallout games, FNV brings a meatier story and lighter tone than Fallout 3, and it moves us from the DC wasteland to the Southwestern desert. Combined with mods and story DLCs, you could easily lose a hundred hours to this game. $20, <a href="http://fallout.bethsoft.com/">fallout.bethsoft.com</a></p> <h4>FTL: Faster than Light</h4> <p>This top-down sci-fi rogue-like has you hurtling through dangerous stretches of unknown space as you evade a fleet of ships bent on eliminating the last remnants of a failed rebellion. Highly tactical and random, you increase your odds of survival through unlocking different ship types and gathering the right collection of crew and weaponry. A big free update may be out by the time you read this, too. $10, <a href="http://www.ftlgame.com/">www.ftlgame.com</a></p> <h4>Gnomoria</h4> <p>This sandbox village-management game is kinder, gentler Dwarf Fortress. Build your town into a city and defend it from enemies, craft a slew of items, explore your randomly generated surroundings, and be charmed by the 16-bit art style. This was still in “Early Access” mode at press time, so gameplay was still evolving. Your mileage may vary. $8, <a href="http://www.gnomoria.com/">www.gnomoria.com</a></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><a class="thickbox" href="/files/u152332/cheapskate_games_5_small_0.jpg"><img src="/files/u152332/cheapskate_games_5_small.jpg" width="620" height="349" /></a></p> <h4>Legend of Grimrock</h4> <p>This first-person dungeon crawler hearkens back to old-school titles like Eye of the Beholder, but with updated graphics and sound. Lots of puzzles and secrets lay before you as you attempt to escape the prison that you have been unjustly thrown into. Steam provides Workshop support, and the community has put together hours of additional levels, enemies, and items. $15, <a href="http://www.grimrock.net/">www.grimrock.net</a></p> <h4>Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine</h4> <p>This top-down, team-based game is about breaking into banks, museums, and mansions. You can play alone or online and choose from a variety of character classes, like hacker, locksmith, or pickpocket. It’s received a couple of large, free updates and has Workshop support to greatly increase the amount of content. $15, <a href="http://www.monacoismine.com/">www.monacoismine.com</a></p> <h4>Spelunky</h4> <p>In this charming, side-scrolling indie platformer, death is permanent but usually educational and entertaining. Randomly generated levels, full destructibility, content unlocks, local co-op, and daily challenges await the patient and adventurous. It also has full gamepad support and performs well on older PCs. $15, <a href="http://www.spelunkyworld.com/">www.spelunkyworld.com</a></p> <h3>How to Be a Frugal Fragger</h3> <p>Humble Store In addition to weekly and semi-monthly bundle sales, the Humble Bundle guys now have a 24/7 storefront with daily deals. They reportedly take a smaller cut than Steam, and they frequently match Steam’s sale price, so it’s a good place to check before making your purchase. They still sell Steam keys, along with DRM-free downloads and sometimes Android versions. Ten percent of all proceeds go to charity. <a href="https://www.humblebundle.com/store">www.humblebundle.com/store</a></p> <p>Cheapshark This is one of the better sale aggregators on the web, pulling prices from a dozen different reputable online stores. You can specify a price range and sort by multiple criteria, like release date, Metacritic score, and title, and you can sign up for price alerts, too. <a href="http://www.cheapshark.com/">www.cheapshark.com</a></p> <p>GOG.com If you don’t want to deal with DRM, GOG.com is your new best friend. Its library of games also stretches back to the DOS days (Wing Commander, Master of Orion, Ultima Underworld), but they’re tuned to be playable out-of-the-box on a modern OS. GOG frequently bundles soundtracks, wallpaper, and artwork with each game. It is owned by CD Projekt Red, the makers of the Witcher games. <a href="http://www.gog.com/">www.gog.com</a></p> <p>Amazon Amazon is another good place to check, because it frequently offer credits towards future game purchases, and you can get credit cards that award bonus points for shopping there (such as Amazon’s owned branded Visa card, which currently gives you a $30 credit if you’re approved). And with its buying power, you’ll sometimes find better sale prices than anywhere else. <a href="http://www.amazon.com/">www.amazon.com</a></p> <p>Vendor Bundles Nvidia and AMD have been bundling a lot of games with their cards lately, but sometimes the buyer already owns them or just isn’t interested. This is where eBay comes in. Since the games came free of charge, resell prices are customarily lower than retail. <a href="http://www.ebay.com/">www.ebay.com</a></p> http://www.maximumpc.com/cheap_PC_2014#comments affordable cheap computer discount feature free March issues 2014 maximum pc rebates sales Software Software Features Wed, 23 Jul 2014 21:41:51 +0000 Maximum PC staff 27999 at http://www.maximumpc.com Graphics Porn (July 2014): Showcasing Screenshot Artist K-putt http://www.maximumpc.com/graphics_porn_july_2014_showcasing_screenshot_artist_k-putt <!--paging_filter--><h3><span style="font-weight: normal;"><img src="/files/u162579/featuredkputt.jpg" alt="Kputt Crysis 3" title="Kputt Crysis 3" width="250" height="250" style="float: right;" /></span></h3> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">He's a hobbyist who's concerned with capturing the beauty of Crysis, Wolfenstein, Bioshock, and more</span></h3> <p>For some people, screenshots are just a way to capture a moment of hilarity, success, or good lighting. For others, screenshots are an emerging art form. <a href="https://secure.flickr.com/photos/k_putt/" target="_blank">K-putt</a> falls into the second category and has built up a huge body of work that spans games of all genres. This month’s installment of <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/tags/graphics_porn" target="_blank">Graphics Porn</a> delves into the expansive archives of the 23-year-old German moonlighting as a screenshot artist.&nbsp;</p> <p>He won’t give his real name—and that’s probably not the worst idea considering the influx of <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/tags/nsa" target="_blank">mass surveillance</a>—, but he’s happy to share some of his greatest screenshots of all time. K-putt traces his history as a screenshot artist back to a German-language forum where he uploaded what began as run-of-the-mill screencaps of gameplay. Everything changed when he first laid eyes on screenshots that weren’t just about capturing a particularly satisfying headshot or ragdoll gone wrong—see some of his own examples below.</p> <p>He transitioned to the, now defunct, Dead End Thrills group on Flickr and eventually the <a href="http://www.deadendthrills.com/forum/" target="_blank">Dead End Thrills forum</a>. It’s a community dedicated to capturing the jaw-dropping, GPU-killing screenshots that we highlight with Graphics Porn. The <a href="http://www.deadendthrills.com/forum/discussion/42/site-rules-and-guidelines-read-before-posting" target="_blank">site-wide guidelines</a> provide some sense of the &nbsp;lengths that these veritable artists go to ensure worthy results. Rules like: no HUDs, no ‘jaggies’, and even “Their art, your composition,” define the nature of the game for these hobbyists.&nbsp;</p> <p>Despite some of the spectacular shots he’s taken, K-putt is still running an AMD 7950 in his rig. The 2-year-old graphics card is supplemented by the substantially beefier Xeon 1230v3 and 8GB of RAM. He says that he’s waiting for 16 nm GPUs or DX12-ready cards before he upgrades.&nbsp;</p> <p>Enough with the words, it’s time to move onto the spectacular pictures that we’ve been talking about. Check out some of K-putt’s best shots in the gallery below and comment with your favorites! Make sure to click through to the Flickr pages to see the images in their entire high-resolution goodness.</p> <div> <p style="margin: 0px 0px 10px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 14px; vertical-align: baseline; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;"><em>Whether you've been using&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="http://store.steampowered.com/news/5047/" target="_blank">Steam's nifty screenshots feature</a>&nbsp;or simply print screening some beautiful wallpaper-worthy game moments, we want to be able to share your captured works of art with the world. If you think you can do better than the pictures submitted below, please email your screenshots to &nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="mailto:mpcgraphicsporn@gmail.com" target="_blank">mpcgraphicsporn@gmail.com</a>&nbsp;so we can show them off. Make sure to include the name of the game, a title for the screenshot, and a description of what's happening on-screen.</em></p> <p style="margin: 0px 0px 10px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 14px; vertical-align: baseline; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;"><em>Follow Ben on&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="http://twitter.com/benjkim" target="_self">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="https://plus.google.com/+BenKimJ/" target="_blank">Google+</a>.</em></p> </div> http://www.maximumpc.com/graphics_porn_july_2014_showcasing_screenshot_artist_k-putt#comments Bioshock Crysis Graphics Porn K-putt maximum pc screen screenshot shot wolfenstein Features Mon, 21 Jul 2014 18:26:04 +0000 Ben Kim 28202 at http://www.maximumpc.com Rig of the Month: DotaBox http://www.maximumpc.com/rig_month_dotabox_2014 <!--paging_filter--><p><img src="/files/u162579/20140628_202601.jpg" alt="Dota Box" title="Dota Box" width="250" height="194" style="float: right;" /></p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">A scratch-built case straight out of Defense of the Ancients</span></h3> <p style="margin: 0px 0px 10px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial;">Jonathan '-=SpH!Nx=-' Garlit isn't a professional modder, but we're convinced that he's got potential. He's a die-hard fan of Dota, but with a son on the way he's giving up the game to become a full-time father. The DotaBox is a memento that represents seven years and countless hours of Dota matches. Jonathan says he wanted something to commemorate his favorite game and we think he did it justice. Enough that we're happy to make it our July <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/rig_month_roundup_2014" target="_blank">Rig of the Month</a>.</p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial;">The scratch-built creation combines acrylic and wood in 4 distinctly recognizable renditions of the Dota 2 logo. Each is mounted onto the square chassis with backlit sheets of green acrylic cut to shape with a jigsaw and a rotary tool.&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial; min-height: 16px;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial;">It’s not particularly powerful, but it doesn’t have to be. Jonathan says he was on a tight budget and wanted a simple system that could handle Dota 2 and HD video. The AMD A10-7850K APU does both and is a great alternative to stuffing a giant graphics card into the 10x10x10-inch case. &nbsp;</p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial;">Two Cooler Master JetFlo 120mm fans join a 120mm Scythe Slip Stream and a giant 230mm Bitfenix Spectre fan to keep the system cool. There's a lesson to be learned here: airflow is important—even outside of gaming rigs. A 256GB SSD gives it speedy boot-ups with larger files relegated to network attached storage. A 450W Silverstone SFX Series power supply keeps everything running.&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-size: 14px; font-family: Arial;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="margin: 0px 0px 10px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 14px; vertical-align: baseline; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;"><em>Have a case mod of your own that you would like to submit to our monthly feature? Make sure to read the rules/tips&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="http://www.maximumpc.com/rig_month_roundup_2014" target="_blank">here</a>&nbsp;and email us at&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="mailto:mpcrigofthemonth@gmail.com" target="_blank">mpcrigofthemonth@gmail.com</a>&nbsp;with your submissions.</em></p> <p style="margin: 0px 0px 10px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 14px; vertical-align: baseline; font-family: Arial, sans-serif;"><em>Follow Ben on&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="http://twitter.com/benjkim" target="_blank">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background-color: transparent; color: #cc0000; text-decoration: none;" href="https://plus.google.com/+BenKimJ/" target="_blank">Google+</a>.</em></p> http://www.maximumpc.com/rig_month_dotabox_2014#comments Build chassis custom custom case dota 2 DotaBox mod pc Rig Rig of the Month rig of the month Features Thu, 17 Jul 2014 22:16:12 +0000 Ben Kim 28179 at http://www.maximumpc.com 8 Technologies We Want http://www.maximumpc.com/8_technologies_we_want_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>4TB SSDs, CrossFire/SLI cross compatibility, and more!</h3> <p>For as much as technology has evolved over the years, there’s still plenty of things we still want. Where are our stock 4GHz Intel processors? Where are massive 4TB SSDs? *Sigh* A tech enthusiast can dream, we suppose.&nbsp;</p> <p>What is one technology that you want? Let us know in the comments below!</p> http://www.maximumpc.com/8_technologies_we_want_2014#comments 4ghz intel cpu 4tb ssd Crossfire feature February issues 2014 Fiber list maximum pc sli technologies we want wireless Features Tue, 15 Jul 2014 21:27:44 +0000 Maximum PC staff 27928 at http://www.maximumpc.com Build a PC: Recommended Builds (July 2014) http://www.maximumpc.com/build_pc_recommended_builds_july_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3>Budget, baseline, and performance PC builds!</h3> <p>What time is it? It's time to <strong>Build a PC</strong> with our Blueprints! This month, we've built three rigs at three approximate price points: Baseline, Performance, and Ultra. Baseline gets you a powerful system for gaming and content creation at 1080p, Performance beefs everything up across the board, and Ultra lets the dogs out.</p> <p><em>Prices listed here reflect print time</em> and may not match the ones you find elsewhere online. In addition, Newegg has jumped on board to offer packaged deals for each of the builds below in an attempt to offer a better overall value. To see these bundle prices, click the "Buy-or-get-more-info-at-Newegg" button at the bottom of each build. Feedback is welcome. Tell us what you think!</p> <p><em>Note: Some of the prices/links listed below may not show up properly if this page is ad-blocked.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u160416/baseline_name.jpg" width="138" height="44" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u160416/corsair_c70_black.jpg" alt="Corsair Vengeance C70 case" title="Corsair Vengeance C70 case" width="300" height="376" /></p> <div class="module-content"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead></thead> <tbody> <tr> <td style="text-align: center;" colspan="3"><strong>Ingredients</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Part</strong></td> <td><strong>Component</strong></td> <td><strong>Price</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Case</td> <td class="item-dark">Corsair Vengeance C70</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139013&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$108</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>PSU</td> <td>SeaSonic G-750 SSR-750RM 750W</td> <td><a href=" http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151132&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$85</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Mobo</td> <td class="item-dark">Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128707&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$180</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>CPU</td> <td>Intel Core i5-4670K</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116899&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$240</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Cooler</td> <td>Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103099&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$35</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>GPU</td> <td>MSI R9 280 Gaming 3G</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127789&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBan" target="_blank">$250</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>RAM</td> <td>2x 4GB G.SKILL Ares Series&nbsp;F3-1600C9D-8GAO</td> <td><a 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mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman","serif";} --><!--[if gte mso 10]> <mce:style><! /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman","serif";} --><!--[endif] --><!--[endif] --></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="line-height: 150%; mso-outline-level: 1;">As this issue went to press, we did not have a "Devil's Canyon" CPU from Intel, which is a refresh of its Haswell generation. But we did have several motherboards that use Intel's new Z97 chipset. We chose the Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H because of its balance of features, price and performance. AMD card prices have stabilized, so we can now recommend an MSI Radeon R9 280, which consistently outperforms the <a title="GeForce GTX 760 benchmarks" href="http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/geforce_gtx_760_benchmarks">GeForce GTX 760</a> at the $250 price point. Rosewill's Hive-750 PSU from last time was out of stock, but the SeaSonic SSR-750RM is modular, gold-rated and competitively priced. The 550w model used in our February Build It (pg. 58) performed quite well.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u160416/performance_name.jpg" width="187" height="42" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u160416/phantom_530_red.jpg" alt="NZXT Phantom 530 case" title="NZXT Phantom 530 case" width="300" height="300" /></p> <div class="module-content"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead></thead> <tbody> <tr> <td style="text-align: center;" colspan="3"><strong>Ingredients</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Part</strong></td> <td><strong>Component</strong></td> <td><strong>Price</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Case</td> <td class="item-dark">NZXT Phantom 530</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146107&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$130</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>PSU</td> <td>XFX ProSeries P1-1050-BEFX 1050W</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207021&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$160</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Mobo</td> <td class="item-dark">Asus Sabertooth X79</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131801&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner">$320</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>CPU</td> <td>Intel Core i7-4820K</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116940&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner">$305</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Cooler</td> <td>Corsair Hydro Series H100i</td> <td><a 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Unlike the build above, this LGA 2011 chip has enough PCI Express lanes to handle 3-4 video cards, if you want to go that route. Speaking of which, we've swapped the GeForce GTX 780 with a <a title="Radeon R9 290X benchmarks" href="http://www.maximumpc.com/amd_radeon_r9_290x_benchmarks">Radeon R9 290X</a>, now that the price for the latter has returned to orbit. This Gigabyte model runs cool and quiet, and it outperforms the 780 in most tests, and the price premium for that is pretty small. We've also switched our power supply to the XFX P1-1050-BEFX, since it costs just a little more than the Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 while offering much higher efficiency. There are cheaper SSDs than the Samsung 840 Evo, but we prefer its software.</p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u160416/ultra_name.jpg" width="155" height="41" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u160416/900d_teaser.jpg" alt="Corsair Obsidian 900D case" title="Corsair Obsidian 900D case" width="300" height="468" /></p> <div class="module-content"> <div class="spec-table orange"> <table style="width: 620px; height: 265px;" border="0"> <thead></thead> <tbody> <tr> <td style="text-align: center;" colspan="3"><strong>Ingredients</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td><strong>Part</strong></td> <td><strong>Component</strong></td> <td><strong>Price</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Case</td> <td class="item-dark">Corsair Obsidian 900D</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139019&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$320</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>PSU</td> <td>Silverstone Strider Gold Evolution 1200w</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256082&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$230</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="item">Mobo</td> <td class="item-dark">Asus X79 Deluxe</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132047&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner">$340</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>CPU</td> <td>Intel Core i7-4930K</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116939&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner">$580</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Cooler</td> <td>Cooler Master Nepton 280L</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103198&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$140</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>GPU</td> <td>Sapphire Radeon R9 295x2 100360SR</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202108&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$1500</a><strong><br /></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>RAM</td> <td>4x 4GB G.SKILL Ripjaws F3-12800CL9Q-16GBRL</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231315&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$150</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Optical Drive</td> <td>LG WH14NS40 Blu-ray Burner</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827136250&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$68</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>SSD</td> <td>Samsung 840 Evo 1TB MZ-7TE1T0BW</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147251&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$460</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>HDD</td> <td>Seagate Desktop HDD.15 4TB ST4000DM000</td> <td><a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;222199927;45833272;q?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822178338&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-BOTB-_-NA-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank">$160</a></td> </tr> <tr style="text-align: right;"> <td style="text-align: left;"><strong>TOTAL = $3948<br /></strong></td> <td style="text-align: right;" colspan="2"><strong>Click here to see the live bundle price:</strong>&nbsp; <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.1721951&amp;cm_mmc=BAC-MaximumPC-_-Combo-1721951-Ultra-_-MaximumPC_BluePrint-_-NA&amp;nm_mc=ExtBanner" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.maximumpc.com/sites/maximumpc.com/themes/omega_maximumpc/img/newegg.jpg" alt="buy online at newegg" /></a></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> </div> <!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG /> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings> </xml><![endif]--><!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG /> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings> </xml><![endif]--><p class="MsoNormal" style="line-height:150%">Compared to the Intel Core i7-4820K on the previous page, this Core i7-4930K has an additional two cores, with Hyperthreading giving us twelve processor threads, as opposed to eight. 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http://www.maximumpc.com/best_free_alternatives_microsoft_word_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3><span style="font-weight: normal;"><img src="/files/u162579/msword_logo.png" alt="MS Word" title="MS Word" width="250" height="250" style="float: right;" />Free alternatives to the juggernaut word processor</span></h3> <p><strong><a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/tags/word" target="_blank">Microsoft Word</a></strong> has been the go-to word processor since the early 90s. It’s a program that anyone who’s ever used a computer will recognize and for good reason—it’s both capable and common. Documents with .doc (or .docx) extensions are ubiquitous and widely recognized as the file format of choice for formatted text files. Although it’s relatively affordable in its modern incarnations—$139.99 for home use or $6.99 a month as a subscription service (as part of the Office suite)—freeware alternatives abound and for once, they’re more than capable.</p> <p>All of the word processors we tested have the basic features you’d expect from any software dedicated to text—spell check, text input, font options, and basic formatting. The difference, in this case, is in the details. Some of the software is more feature-rich with advanced options for macros, text wrapping, and even add-ons. They’re all compatible with the standard document formats and should work interchangeably.&nbsp;</p> <p>The real question is, which is the best? Read on to find out!</p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Word Online</span></h3> <p>Microsoft’s own <a href="https://office.live.com/start/Word.aspx?ui=en%2DUS" target="_blank">Word Online</a> is probably the most obvious choice. Available as part of <a href="https://office.com/start/default.aspx" target="_blank">Office Online</a>, Word Online gives users a stripped-down version of Word. All of the standard features are here. You can type up your papers, essays, and documents in the relatively familiar interface. Try to incorporate more advanced formatting and you’ll run into some problems.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/word_online.jpg" alt="Word Online" title="Word Online" width="600" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>It may look familiar, but it's a far cry from the feature-filled Microsoft Word.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>It’s interesting that nearly every basic function of Word is replicated in the online version, except that some of the editor’s most useful features are stripped away. Insert an image into a document and you’ll have rudimentary control over its size, but you can’t control text wrapping, cropping, or simple image correction. Likewise, heading into the Page Layout tab grants you access to margins, orientation, size, indents, and spacing, but important features like columns are noticeably absent. Going further, Word Online doesn’t give you direct access to local files and documents. To open pre-existing documents, you’ll first have to upload them to your OneDrive before they’re accessible in Word Online.&nbsp;</p> <p>If all you’re doing is writing up a basic document—for a school paper or a cover letter—you’ll be fine with Word Online. Documents are automatically saved to your OneDrive account and can be downloaded as .docx files when you’re finished with them. Although it works for most tasks, Word Online is clearly meant to be a stepping stone to the full product. Unlike some of the other word processors we tested, it’s a stopgap solution that exists as a convenience, but also as a gateway into the paid ecosystem of Microsoft Office products.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Final Verdict: </strong>It's a word processor, but only in the most basic sense. Think of it as a step above WordPad, but clearly inferior to Microsoft Word.</p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Google Docs</span></h3> <p>This is the freeware word processor to beat. Favored by many for its relative simplicity and ease-of-use, Google Docs has been wildly popular since it was first made available to Google Apps users in 2007. It’s come a long way since its initial versions and is now a fully capable word processor that’s available to anyone with a Google account.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/google_docs.jpg" alt="Google Docs" title="Google Docs" width="600" height="358" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Anyone even remotely familiar with Google should recognize Google Docs. It's the online word processor of choice for more than a few people.</strong></p> <p>As with all of the other word processors, it lets you type in your words and edit them. Inserting images is easy, and manipulating text is a cinch. The interface is kept simple and the tools available to users are adequate. Columns aren’t officially supported, but inserting a borderless table can have a similar effect.&nbsp;</p> <p>Collaboration is one of the app’s major selling points. Working on a document with multiple people at the same time isn’t a problem with Google Docs. Each and every user currently viewing a document are displayed in the top right of the interface. Built-in chat and rudimentary revision tracking go a long way towards making multi-user documents reasonable. Add in the simple things like labeled cursors—you can see where your friend’s cursor is currently placed—and Google Docs works wonders for projects that involve multiple authors.&nbsp;</p> <p>The recent addition of <a href="http://www.maximumpc.com/google_launches_add-ons_docs_and_sheets_2014" target="_blank">add-ons</a> has made Google Docs even more capable. Plugins like Track Changes and EasyBib Bibliography Creator add features to the software that are otherwise unavailable or inadequate.&nbsp;</p> <p>What makes Google Docs particularly appealing—and possibly a bit off-putting—is that there’s no paid upgrade or hidden monetization. Google’s happy enough that you’re working within their ecosystem and don’t need you to pay a monthly subscription or a one-time fee to access the software. The main drawback to Google Docs is that there’s no desktop client. Dedicated apps exist on most mobile platforms, but the only way to access it on a PC is through a web browser. It works well, but it lacks some of the advanced features that power users look for in a word processor.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Final Verdict:</strong>&nbsp;It's free, it's quick, and it's easy. It's also missing some essential features that powerusers will likely miss—namely a desktop client. If you know you don't need any advanced features, you can't go wrong with Google Docs.</p> <p><em>Click through to the next page to see what we thought of OpenOffice Writer, LibreOffice Writer, and Kingsoft Writer.&nbsp;</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <hr /> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Apache OpenOffice Writer</span></h3> <p>Once upon a time, OpenOffice.org was the go-to choice for anyone reluctant to use Microsoft Office. It was a shining example of open-source, freeware software. In 2011, the project was <a href="https://emeapressoffice.oracle.com/Press-Releases/Oracle-Announces-Its-Intention-to-Move-OpenOffice-org-to-a-Community-based-Project-1ca9.aspx" target="_blank">closed down by Oracle</a> and the trademarks and code were contributed to Apache to be re-used as the basis for <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/" target="_blank">Apache’s own OpenOffice project</a>. For all intents and purposes, the software is just as good (if not better) than it ever was. The Open Document Format (.odf) has come a long way and is the default extension for many freeware suites.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/openoffice.jpg" alt="OpenOffice" title="OpenOffice" width="600" height="385" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>The sidebar might look a bit out of place, but it's a great way to make better use of horizontal screen space.</strong></p> <p>In its current state, Apache OpenOffice is a stellar office productivity suite and OpenOffice Writer is no exception. It’ll do everything you’d want an editor to do albeit with a slightly dated interface. Perhaps as a consequence of its open-source nature, the software looks like it belongs on a distribution of Linux and not on Windows 7, 8, or even OS X.&nbsp;</p> <p>Getting past the dated exterior, OpenOffice Writer really can do pretty much everything and anything you’d want a word processor to do. Development on the project has slowed down a bit since Apache took over, but it’s clear that Apache is still actively working on the software. Version 4.1 was released in late April and represents the 23rd release of the software.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Final Verdict:</strong>&nbsp;It looks old and feels a little stale, but it's a fully-capable word processor that's both open-source and completely free. The legacy of OpenOffice.org continues in Apache's re-release.&nbsp;</p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">LibreOffice Writer</span></h3> <p>Start-up <a href="http://www.libreoffice.org/" target="_blank">LibreOffice Writer</a> and you’ll probably be a bit confused. It looks almost identical to Apache OpenOffice Writer. It doesn’t have a sidebar—at least not by default—and the icons are all slightly different, but inside and out, it’s pretty damn close to a carbon copy of Apache’s word processor. It makes sense because as an open-source project, all of the code for Apache OpenOffice is available for other organizations like <a href="http://www.documentfoundation.org/" target="_blank">The Document Foundation</a> to replicate. What does this mean to you? It means that LibreOffice will incorporate all of the features developed by Apache while also including features unique to LibreOffice—like embedded fonts.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/libreoffice.jpg" alt="LibreOffice" title="LibreOffice" width="600" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Yeah, it looks a whole lot like OpenOffice, but it's got more than a few features that set it apart.</strong></p> <p>All of the things we like about Apache OpenOffice Writer carry over to LibreOffice Writer. There’s very little difference between the two, but LibreOffice gets a slight edge because it essentially mixes and matches the work of two separate communities of developers into a single, enhanced word processor and office suite.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Final Verdict:</strong>&nbsp;It's a slightly more attractive version of Apache OpenOffice with a few added features. You can use either interchangeably, but LibreOffice is definitely a spectacular word processor.</p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">Kingsoft Writer</span></h3> <p><a href="http://www.kingsoftstore.com/software/kingsoft-office-freeware" target="_blank">Kingsoft Writer</a> is developed in Hong Kong and it’s pretty clear from the offset that it’s a Microsoft Word clone. The 2013 update even manages to copy the ribbon system made popular by the latest versions of Microsoft Office. Fortunately, Kingsoft has done a great job of replicating Microsoft Word while also innovating by adding new features like tabs to manage multiple documents within the same window, and an increased reliance on sidebars to capitalize on the popularity of widescreen displays.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/files/u162579/kingsoft_writer_0.jpg" alt="Kingsoft Writer" title="Kingsoft Writer" width="600" /></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Clones usually aren't very good, but Kingsoft Writer is an exception.</strong></p> <p>What makes Kingsoft Writer particularly nice is that it works almost seamlessly with documents created and edited in Microsoft Office. Sure, OpenOffice, Google Docs, and LibreOffice can convert and manipulate Microsoft Office documents as well, but formatting issues and small quirks abound. One of the apps main selling points is its compatibility with files from Microsoft Word.&nbsp;</p> <p>It might sound like a spectacular bargain with its Microsoft Word-like features and interface, but it's crippled by some major omissions. The word processor lacks any sort of multi-language support—although separate versions for different languages are available—which means that you're limited to English-language spell-check and autocorrect.&nbsp;</p> <p>Although a paid version is available for $69.95, only a few features are stripped from the free version. Users who need macros, online updating, or the ability to switch between skins on the fly will need to spring for the paid version, but everyone else should be just fine.</p> <p><strong>Final Verdict: </strong>If you're OK with what amounts to a polished clone and don't need anything but English, Kingsoft Writer is a great word processor. Add in the fact that it'll be almost instantly familiar with anyone who's used Word and you've got a worthy alternative.&nbsp;</p> <h3><span style="font-weight: normal;">And the Best Free Alternative to Word is…</span></h3> <p>There’s something to be said for using Microsoft Word. If you can afford it, you can’t go wrong with the tried-and-true word processor that’s been around about as long as modern computers have. That said, there are plenty of options available for thrifty consumers and diehard supporters of open-source software. As great as Google Docs is for collaboration and simple word processing, we have to go with <strong>LibreOffice Writer</strong> as our go-to, free word processor for its comprehensive feature set and the fact that it works as a native application. It’ll do everything you need it to do, and it’ll do it all for free—just keep an eye out for formatting issues when working with .doc and .docx files worked on in Microsoft Word.&nbsp;</p> http://www.maximumpc.com/best_free_alternatives_microsoft_word_2014#comments Apache OpenOffice google docs Kingsoft Office libreoffice Microsoft Office Microsoft Word productivity Word Online Features Tue, 08 Jul 2014 23:16:33 +0000 Ben Kim 27852 at http://www.maximumpc.com 8 Best Military-themed Shooters http://www.maximumpc.com/best_military_shooters_2014 <!--paging_filter--><h3><img src="/files/u154082/call_of_duty_4_modern_warfare_small_1.jpg" alt="best military shooters" title="best military shooters" width="250" height="188" style="float: right;" />Looking back at the classic military shooters</h3> <p>There have been many militaristic shooters over the years and sussing out the best one’s can be a challenge. With that in mind, we thought we would look at the classic all-time great military-themed shooters that were able to separate themselves from the pack. Do keep in mind that we tried selecting the best/most iconic representative from a franchise as we did want to keep it balanced. You can be rest assured that all of the titles included below deserve gaming medals of honor.&nbsp;</p> <p>What's your favorite military shooter? Let us know in the comments below.&nbsp;</p> http://www.maximumpc.com/best_military_shooters_2014#comments Battlefield best military shooter call of duty games January 2014 medal of honor War games Features The List Fri, 04 Jul 2014 19:11:13 +0000 Jimmy Thang 27650 at http://www.maximumpc.com