The last time I changed the video card in my desktop computer, I put in a pretty cheap model. It was a GeForce GT520 with 1GB of 64-bit DDR3 video RAM. The main features I wanted were that it works and that it was silent. This model had a large heatsink and no fan. On […]
I’ve been experimenting this week with my new HDHomeRun Prime, which is a 3-tuner external device that hooks to my cable service and to my network. It uses a M-type CableCard to unlock and tune the digital signals. Then, any PC on my network can access any channel to which I subscribe. Cool. Why was […]
I’ve been experimenting this week with my new SiliconDust HDHomeRun PRIME CableCard TV 3-Tuner HDHR3-CC (Black), which is a 3-tuner external device that hooks to my cable service and to my network […]
Here’s another great video from The Piano Guys. This one is a variation on, or really a composition inspired by, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata – quite different and alive! Get their latest CD/DVD, which includes some of their videos, too. You can pre-order it in anticipation of the scheduled release on Tusday, May 7, 2013. I […]
Here’s another great video from The Piano Guys. This one is a Mission Impossible spoof, as they play the MI theme music, too. Musicians are the usual Piano Guys on piano and cello, plus Lindsey Stirling on violin. Awesome! Get their latest CD/DVD, which includes some of their videos, too. You can pre-order it in […]
Here they are again, with one of their most popular music videos.. Lord of The Rings – The Hobbit (Piano/Cello Cover) – ThePianoGuys Get The Piano Guys CD. You can also pre-order The Piano Guys 2 CD, which is scheduled to be released May 7, 2013.
I’ve just found out about The Piano Guys, which are a couple musicians doing videos on YouTube. One guy plays a piano, the other the cello. No piano in this one, though, the cello guy plays both parts. Enjoy! What’s it have to do with computers? We can enjoy this type of entertainment only via […]
I finally solved the bluescreen crashes in my Windows 7 desktop. All along, I suspected my video "card," which was actually built-in video on my motherboard. When I upgraded my desktop, I decided to make use of the Intel video built into the motherboard. After all, most new computers have built-in video and, in my […]
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