First off, I want to give a huge shout out to my new web developer, Nathan Noye for taking on the task of rebuilding this website. Woot Woot! If you or anyone you know is in need of a rockin' new site I suggest you click that little telephone button and give us a call, we can get you in touch pronto!
Now, down to brass tacks! Here's a little Q: and A:
Q: Well Dave, what can we expect from this new website?
A: Well Karen, I'm very glad that you asked. As of right now, you can look around and see that there isn't much more on the site than the necessary information, which includes hours, location and contact. You can also click on the bio link where you get to see my pretty face.
Keep coming back though man! Soon we will have a lot of good information and some rad computer builds for you to look at and consider!
Q: When will you have new builds on the site and what can we expect from them?
A: That's a good question Mark, to which I have just the answer! I have been seeing a lot of gaming builds coming in from CYBERPOWER PC, in fact I see more CYBERPOWER PC builds than I see from any other manufacturer. The issues that I am seeing with these computers are that they were either misconfigured by the equipment manufacturer or they were damaged during shipping.
The last one I saw was thrown together without any research, the ram was generic and not listed as being compatible with the chipset and on top of that, it was over clocked in order for it to meet the specs that were on the spec. sheet. The over clock failed causing a blue screen with the 'Watchdog' error, that tells me that the CPU was either damaged or not configured properly. The hard drive was also damaged during shipping.
To sum this issue up in non-tech talk. When you buy a motherboard, CPU and RAM you have to look at the specs to find out what is and isn't compatible. You have to see what is over-clockable and what isn't. A machine with compatible parts will run very well, even when over clocking is configured. When you throw a muddle of crap together, well you can guess that the outcome won't be very good. It's like putting two people together in a room that have one language in common but they both have really heavy accents and they are drunk. Let's just say that one is French and the other is Scottish, will they understand each other all the time? No, probably not, but it might sort of work just enough to get the work going. But then, to explain over clocking a little better you can picture that a huge guy comes into the room with the French man and the Scottish guy, holds up a clock and starts whipping the guys in order to get them to communicate faster.
Eh... picture that. There is no time to say WHAT? and confirm anything that was said.
So... ERROR ERROR ERROR... None of these guys can stay friends.
Anyway, the moral of this story is that I am currently testing some new Intel and AMD builds for decent stability. Now that DDR4 is out and popular I can do that while still being able to offer good prices. So stay tuned in the new year for that!
Anyway, that's all the Q and A that I have time for today.
Buh Bye, until next time party people!
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