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Featured Page: Water Cooling

The steady advancement of computers and their components gave rise to the increase in their energy consumption and, consequently, the rise in their internal temperatures due to the components rise in collective heat... Advancements in heat sink and fan design proved usual for a period of time but the technology began to outpace air’s cooling capabilities and further alternatives were needed. Read or add to the page.

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Featured Page: RAID

RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (as opposed to SLED - Single Large Expensive Disk). Today, most drives are relatively inexpensive and the meaning of the 'i' is changing into 'independent'. The purpose of RAID is to use 2 or more drives together in order to obtain increased performance and/or data security. Read or add to the page.

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