Just FYI CAT6 is useless unless you are terminating to CAT6 standards. I.E. using the crap little EZ-RJ45 crimpers aren't going to get you cat6 speeds.
cat 5 might as well = cat 6 unless you are shooting for 10gb ..so i dont get the upgrade
if you really want 10gb youd prob need stp as well...
So has anyone seen a setup that used thunderbolt yet, other than a apple demo?
It would be kinda cool if you could get a thunderbolt nas, switch/router, wired to the computer. I mean even cat6 is 10gb rated though, so its not like this is something new.
I recently built a Mini-ITX gaming machine, and it is hooked up to a 46" Samsung 1080p LCD in my living room.
Here is a list of the parts ..... before I changed a few minor things around ;)
This build will be very similair to what MIAHALLEN has done with "MAX11L". I have been aching to...
Thanks for the responses guys! How would you suggest I connect my laptop to the reciever? Or should I just buy a CD player to play my music from?
Lastly, if I buy a receiver, whats the next step up so I could get at least one or two HDMI since I have a 360 and a HDTV DTV box?
My previous setup was a X-FI XtremeMusic running some Logitech Z5300-e's. It was okay, but honestly didn't feel like it had enough bass, and felt rather bland at times.
I don't have a desktop any more, just a laptop. So if a sound card is needed it would have to be external.
Why is 680i "shitty"? How does the chipset not do what its designed too? What do you want out of a motherboard so it won't be "shitty"?
680i was made to run SLI effectively and it does that. Its your fault if you don't like a motherboard.
Well I don't own a Zune, however according the above post the device supports .avi format.
With that said, here is a free and easy way to convert DVD to AVI format free and legally with WIndowsXP.
I like this...
Most of these cost $50.00 new when I bought them, all of them are mint and unregistered.
Games available -
Half Life 2
City of Heroes
Games sold -
Call of Duty 2
Age of Empires III
1 Game = $10.00 Shipped USPS Priority
All 8 = $65.00 Shipped USPS...