We continue to make changes to the website and hope to improve your experience. We are also working on a couple of options to improve our inventory section.
Downtime for Patch Day
We experienced some down time yesterday (06/13/2012). This was do to some inportant patches Microsoft has released that required several reboots.
Sitemap design update
We update the design of the sitemap. The XML part is now easier to ready for crawlers and the HTML part is now easier to read.
Webdesign Changes implemented
We adopted a more WordPress like look by moving the main content to the left and the rest to the right. We hope you like it.
Terms and Conditions page established
We established and published a Terms and Conditions page to provide our readers with transparency and remain within business standards.
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LinkedIn Page established
LinkedIn Business page created to expand our social network and allow further access to us for our readers and business partners.
Facebook Page established
Facebook Business page created to expand our social network and allow further access to us for our readers and business partners.
Facebook App created: CodishaApp
We created a Facebbok App which is called "CodishaApp". This Facebook application in conjuction with Facebook's social features will allow us to provide with more interactivity from our page through Facebook.
It's been a few years and it's time to pick this back up of the floor. I am a bit rusty but also learned a thing or two along the way. I will see what changes can be made here. I love baremetal projects. Stay tuned.
The Cooler Master TPC-812 is the latest in Cooler Master's heatpipe vertical vapor chamber designs. Not to confuse it all. These vapor chambers are not inside the heatpipes as you might have seen or heard before.
Noctua is back in the house. It's always good to have them here. We appreciate the work and effort that is put into these cooler designs and their build quality. Although some of the designs or color schemes might not speak to everyone, the performance is far from lackluster.
Something struck me in these words. I have been working for a few enterprises, fortune 500's and cooperation's and explored the self employed realm as well as the small business side of things. I certainly noticed that the larger an organization gets the less this idea is valued.
THNSNF will finally bring SATA 6Gb/s support to Toshiba SSDs, and the series is based on Toshiba's own controller. Toshiba has definitely taken their time developing this controller considering we saw the first SATA 6Gb/s SSDs (Crucial's RealSSD C300) in early-2010—over two years ago—and the first such SSDs hit retail (albeit with some growing pains) in February 2010. The actual model number of the controller is still unknown, but it's possible that it's the same controller (TC58NC5HJGSB-01) that surfaced in IO-Data's SSDs a couple of months ago. On the other hand, Toshiba is known for quality and reliability with their SSDs, so it's not that surprising that it took this long for them to test and validate a SATA 6Gb/s contoller—it can easily take over a year of validation to make sure everything works properly.
On top of the brand new controller, Toshiba is also using their own state of the art 19nm Toggle-Mode 2.0 MLC NAND. Some of Toshiba's 24nm NAND used Toggle-Mode 2.0 interface as well so it's not brand new, but at 400MB/s it's faster than what ONFi can provide at this point. Toshiba is in fact the first SSD company to announce SSDs based on sub-20nm NAND, though we should start seeing 64Gb 20nm IMFT NAND soon unless Intel and Micron have issues with the new process node. Here's the overview of the new Toshiba SSDs.
We are adding a new name to list of manufacturers. NZXT has invited us to have look at their latest air cooler release, the NZXT Havik 140. Here we have another great company from sunny California. Seems like the sun is good for people.