Category Archives: Engineering
Recently upgraded my 2-3 year old Corsair Force 3 240Gb SSD [$199 then] to the Samsung Evo 500Gb [formatted you get 466Gb]. 224Gb is roughly what you get when you format a 240Gb SSD and l have been running out … Continue reading
CPU-Z Results Alienware 17 – Click here for the validated results on my hardware. SSD and Internal hard drive tests below. Click here for download location
Below links show some very cool components you can get from ServoCity, especially useful for robotics control and/or in my case, DSLR Camera control for creative video/animation etc. I am currently working on a project which would require 360 both … Continue reading
Comparing 3 machines l use/own: Benchmarks from Boinc manager. In Pictures In detail Linux Workstation – running Linux Mint 16 ========================================= Intel Q8200 @2.33Ghz 4 core 8gb ram 1567 floating points MIPS whetstone per CPU 12633 integer MIPS Dhrystone per … Continue reading
Installing Magic Lantern 2.3 On Canon 60D with Firmware 1.1.1 After much research online, and hoping l dont brick my trusty DSLR, l finally did it, installed this firmware update successfully on my 60d. Now to learn and explore the … Continue reading
“World Community Grid brings people together from across the globe to create the largest non-profit computing grid benefiting humanity. It does this by pooling surplus computer processing power. We believe that innovation combined with visionary scientific research and large-scale volunteerism … Continue reading
Ran this benchmark software – the basic free edition, downloadable from here – and got the results below. Using SLI – with 2 GPU’s Using Nvidia SLI with 2 cards essentially tripled the score of 1 GPU card.