Posts Tagged ‘WEI’

Since I was so happy with the HP 650 business laptop that I got for my wife, my father in law decided to get one too. I was surprised to find that the Windows Experience Index (WEI) was so much slower than I’d seen on my wife’s machine: It’s no surprise that the memory benchmark […]

Since the screen failed on my wife’s Lenovo s10e netbook (and I turned it into a TV attached media player) she’s been using my old s10e, but that’s been on its last legs for a while too. The time had come for something new, with a full sized keyboard and screen. I’ve been looking around […]

I ordered this card to go in my latest Microserver running the Windows 8 Developer Preview, but before it arrived I found an old NVidia Quadro NVS 285 lying around, which fitted the bill perfectly for doing dual DVI. My next thought was to upgrade the NVidia Geforce 210 in my (now rarely used) workstation. […]

After getting my 27″ monitor I needed a graphics card with Dual Link DVI that could do 2560×1440. I didn’t want to spend a load, and I wanted something without a fan (and associated noise) – the EVGA G210 was the cheapest I could find – £23.05 from (with free delivery courtesy of the […]