Monthly Archives: April 2013

What is Moore’s Law

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We’ve all heard of it – but what does Moore’s law really mean? Back in 1965, Gordon Moore predicted that every 18 months the number of transistors in a CPU would double, and the cost of production would fall in half. Moore’s law has generally held even up to today’s modern-day semiconductor market (such as […]

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What is the advantage of using thumbscrews?

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If you want to buy pc case thumbscrews then you’ll enjoy some pretty cheap & nifty advantages over standard screws. First, thumbscrews are designed to replace standard screws and make accessing the internal components of your system without a screwdriver easier. They are physically larger and can easily be twisted on and off with your […]

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What was the BTX form factor?

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If you’re wondering what the BTX form factor is and what the advantages of BTX were – you’ve come to the right place! The BTX Form Factor (Balanced Technology Extended) was a standardized layout for the next generation (at the time) of motherboards and computers. The form factor featured a flexible design built around the […]

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