Communication has changed so much in the past 20 years. As much as we have gained from the advancement of technology, we may also have lost a lot. When was the last time you took 48 hours and only communicated in person or on the phone. Take a weekend and give it a try. I think you will find a new sense of yourself; learn something about those you communicate with and find a new appreciation for this wonderful world of electronic living.
A few months back we posted an article outlining what a graphics card is, in layman’s terms. We went one step further and demonstrated the overall graphics processing power of a single graphics card, then went beyond that by installing another graphics card in two card SLI configuration, with Zotac’s GeForce GTX 680 AMP! Edition. But really, why do you need to have a graphics card in the first place? What is wrong with using integrated graphics, or using the graphics that come with my motherboard? That brings us to today’s topic and comparison. Today we are going to provide you with benchmark testing of a previous solid state drive testing system, which only utilizes integrated graphics. In our analysis we will take these results and compare it to that of our single and dual graphics card SLI configuration we provided to you previous with Zotac.
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