Furmark is a popular benchmark tool for graphics cards. If you are not familiar with it, you can check it out here.

One of it’s great features is the ability to push the GPU to full load, which can really heat things up. Another is the timed benchmark, which provides a score the can be compared to others on their website. The concept is nothing new, FutureMark has been doing it for many years. But is it accurate?

I found a fascinating difference in the use of the dynamic script tag between Internet Exploder and all the other browsers. They call the remote script at different times. This might cause undesirable behaviors in your script. Read on.

I recently found myself working on a small script that needed to perform some actions upon submission of a form. We decided that this form may or may not have an existing event handlers. If I used the javascript form.onsubmit = function(e){ ... }, it would overwrite the first event. We researched various ways of making sure both events fired and that it worked across all the browsers. See how we add the event without overwriting the existing one.

This in-depth Solid Review looks at the EVGA GTS 250. This is a GPU for entry-level gaming that has been surrounded by confusion regarding fabrication process and multiple part numbers that appear to be the same card. Our in-depth look will solidly state the difference between these cards, the truth behind the fabrication process, and extensive overclocking benchmarks. Next, Let’s Examine this GTS 250

In a veritable sea of PC power supplies, what makes one better than another? The first step is to skip the bargain bin. There are plenty of cheap unbranded power supplies that roll the dice on performance. That still leaves you with plenty of choices. My next step is to rule out any PSU that doesn’t meet the 80 Plus certification. In 2010 and beyond, there is just no excuse for a 65% efficient power supply. See how the EA430 fares.

Welcome to another article on Building Better Web Pages. This article series comprehensively covers building an HTML document: easily learned, but rarely perfected.

This article is dedicated solely to the <table> tag. Tables are everywhere, and almost every single one is improperly implemented. This article will show the proper syntax for your tables. See the code.

Here you will find a list of the most common user agents. This directory include the user agents for both popular web browsers and various robots. These robots include search engine spiders and content fetchers like the Facebook share bot. Quick Reference

Electronic Arts just released the newest trailer for the 2010 reboot for the Medal of Honor series. The trailer, titled “Leave a Message,” overlays a soldier’s phone call home before going to war. While the message plays various troop deployments are played out. Of course, as soon as the message ends…

This article expands on the popular article series Core i7 860 Overclocking, which extensively benchmarked the maximum overclock potential of the Core i7 860 using the stock cooler.

There was a lot of interest in voltage and maximum temperature for this chip. Obviously, no one wants to risk frying their expensive investment. Chill out.


Need For Speed Shift
Force Feedback: Full
Pedals: Separate
Shift Lights: No
Released: Sep 15, 2009

This article is part of our series: The Logitech G27 Racing Wheel for Casual Racing Gamers. Here, we will cover setting up your G27 racing wheel to play Need For Speed: Shift. The 13th game in the series, Shift was developed by Slightly Mad Studios in conjunction with EA Black Box and published for Electronic Arts. Shift is a cross between simulation and arcade racing where racing takes place on a track. Need For Speed: Shift (PC) Released Sep. 15, 2009