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QNAP Releases Virtualization Station PDF Print

QNAP Releases Virtualization Station Enabling Running Multiple OS on Turbo NAS


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QNAP® Systems, Inc. today announced the availability of Virtualization Station: an industry-leading integrated virtualization operating platform that empowers the Turbo NAS to host multiple virtual machines (VMs). With a simple & centralized management interface, it is easy for anyone to create and cialis professional indian run multiple VMs on a single Turbo NAS.


Verdure Xchange Tech Carries Asustor NAS PDF Print

thinlogo  Verdure Xchange Tech Inc. now carries Asustor Network Attached Storage (NAS), putting the company one-step forward as a storage-centric provider.  Asustor is known for its innovation that merges hardware and software into a great user experience.  Each Asustor NAS comes with simplified management system and true multitasking capability.


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QNAP TS-1269U-RP Macworld Editors Choice PDF Print

PC Pro - Recommended - A-List: QNAP TS-870U-RP PDF Print

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Ask the Expert: GeForce GTX 660 SLI or Radeon HD 7950 PDF Print


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Ask the Experts Question: Should I go for GeForce GTX 660's in SLI or a single Radeon HD 7950?

Answer: I would definitely suggest a single-GPU solution, as they always work out best........Sure, SLI is awesome - two GPU's is always cool, but a single higher-end GPU will outperform two mid-range GPU's. This comes down to scaling in SLI (as well as CrossFire) where both cards might not be running at 100%, which defeats the purpose if they're both sitting at 60-70% each. A single GPU will max out at 100% virtually the entire time, meaning you're getting much better value for money.


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