Thats right! The time to upgrade the PCPer.com forums has finally arrived. After more than a year of develpment, we are finally ready to go forward with our upgrade. With this upgrade comes a brand new server that will serve the forums to you. You can expect an editorial from Ryan at some point detailing the new server, the hardware and software being used, etc... so be on the lookout for that!
Quoted from our forum announcement:
As most of you know...we have been hinting at upgrading the pcper forums for quite some time.
Subject: Editorial | September 15, 2006 - 03:22 PM | Ryan Shrout
Just a heads up, the PC Perspective forums are going down here in about 15 minutes; though they should only be down for 15 minutes or so total, I thought I'd put a notice on the front page for anyone that find the forums dead! Sorry for the inconvenience!
Click here to see if they are back up and resume your discussions!
Update: all better now!
Subject: Editorial | September 11, 2006 - 09:33 AM | Ryan Shrout
Today is one of those rare days in my life where I have to sit back and relax for a long while and just think. It has been five years since that fateful day we now know simply as "9/11" and too many, the thougths of the day are still ripe in our minds. I am one of those people; not because I lost a loved one in the event or lived in NY or anything like that, but just because I am usually one of the most patriotic people I am around. The attacks made me angry, MAKE me angry, and all the constant bi
Subject: Editorial | August 21, 2006 - 12:59 AM | Ryan Shrout
The past several weeks have been very hectic around the Shrout household. Besides the normal work-related time constraints, such as Quad SLI technology review and the much anticipated Asus Crosshair motherboard review, some personal issues crept up that demanded my attention.
My 10-and-a-half year old golden retriever, Casey, was suddenly ill and required emergency surgery in order to remove something from her intestines that would have been fatal within the next 48 hours (
Subject: Editorial | August 2, 2006 - 03:23 PM | Ryan Shrout
I have gotten several complaints about a lack of updates on my blog, so here it is: FINALLY!
First, a lot of work has been going on at PC Perspective, if you haven't noticed already. Probalby most interesting of which has been the change in Intel's processor lineup with the introduction of Core 2 Duo. I reviewed the desktop aspects of the new core while Jon has been using a Merom processor to test out its effects on current Core Duo systems such as the Asus Z96J an
Subject: Editorial | May 31, 2006 - 12:20 AM | Ryan Shrout
Okay, okay, I think that is my longest gap between blog posts....man I just suck at this don't I? With everything else going on in work and in my personal life, getting here to update this just keeps getting passed over. I apologize to anyone that gives enough of a sh*t about this page for my lack of updates!!!
As you have probably already read, the new AMD platform known as AM2 was finally released on May 23. I have coverage up of the
Subject: Editorial | March 7, 2006 - 11:13 AM | Ryan Shrout
I am sitting here at the IDF keynotes this morning waiting for them to begin. We have some decent Internet access this time around so I'll try to make some updates here in my blog when interesting news bits come out. Read it here first!
Subject: Editorial | March 6, 2006 - 04:59 PM | Ryan Shrout
To say I have been busy as of late would be a slight understatement. I am in California for third time in three weeks today, getting ready for the spring 2006 IDF to begin tomorrow morning. Actually I am going to an Intel mobile product showcase here in a little bit, but I think it's going to be stuff we already saw announced at CES.
This week will see the launch of not one, not two but four new GPUs from our friends in red and green. Also, since the RD580 launch I have been doing some testing and investigate into all those benchmarks that ATI sent to the media abo
Subject: Editorial | February 13, 2006 - 09:39 PM | Ryan Shrout
Well I did! I recently was forced to manually edit some large Apache log files, one at nearly 2 GB and one around 750 MB in size. I had to do a global find/replace on a date string, so after downloading the zipped files and opening them both up on my new Athlon X2 4800+ system, this is what I was greeted with:
Yep, that's two WordPad applications s
Subject: Editorial | February 1, 2006 - 12:31 PM | Ryan Shrout
People keep yelling at me to update this, so here you go.
Okay, well maybe not really, but you really have to get some background on it before you'll agree. If you haven't jumped on the Chuck Norris bandwagon as of late, then you really should check out this link and this link. After laughing a bit at those quotes and trying not to tear up, have a look at these:
Source: PC Perspective