View Your Computers Hardware Specs

Mar 24, 2012 @ 05:38 pm by HackingManual

There may be many reasons you need to view your computers hardware specs. Maybe you want to upgrade your RAM, replace your motherboard, need new drivers for your video card, or want to know the precise model number of your computer.

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FlitSkikker Info Tool is a neat program which gives you the exact specs of your computer. It is free and available in portable and non-portable versions. It also includes a game advisor which reccomends specific hardware compatibility or upgrades you should make before purchasing a certain game.

It displays:

Computer Manufacurer/Model Name
MotherBoard Manufacurer/Model Name
BIOS Manufacurer/Model Name
Processor Model, Clock Speed and Cache
Memory Size, and Type
Hard Disk Format, Size and Free Space
Sound Card Manufacurer/Model Name
Graphics Card Model, Processor, Ram, and Driver
Monitor Resolution and Refresh Rate.
Network Card Model, IP Address and MAC Address
And The operating system name, version, and service pack name.

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Raid Levels Explained

Nov 13, 2010 @ 05:59 pm by HackingManual

Raid is using multiple disks to improve performance and reliability on servers and computers. Hard Drives fail and that’s a fact of life. If properly implemented a dead hard drive won’t affect you at all if your using raid. If your server has hot swappable hard drives you can even pull out the dead drive and pop in a new one. If your server or computer doesn’t have raid built in don’t worry you can simply buy a raid controller for it. RAID is an acronym for Redundant array of inexpensive disks.

Here is a great full explanation of all the raid levels with pictures, benefits and disadvantages to each raid level. http://www.acnc.com/04_01_00.html

Sony Ericsson HBH-608

Jan 01, 2010 @ 04:40 am by HackingManual

Best Blue-tooth headset I’ve ever used.  Comfortable, Range and sound are good, battery lasts quite a while. My favorite part about the HBH-608 is that the ear piece doesn’t have to go in your ear. It kinda sits outside your ear. You can find them on Amazon for under $20. A very good deal if you ask me. I highly recommend these over the Plantronics or Motorola’s.

Bluetooth Sony Ericsson HBH 608

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