After careful consideration I have decided to transfer all hardware review activities to a new domain. I purchased Hardwareasylum.com in 2012 and have been working hard to build a new and improved Ninjalane on that domain. If you are reading this you have reached one of the archived articles, news, projects and/or reviews that were left behind during the site migration.
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Published: Sunday, February 6, 2011 - General_Information
During a recent social event at one of the largest computer shows in the world it became apparent that nobody really knows anything about Ninjalane. While I would like to blame the liberal media, tabloids, and photo crazy paparazzi I have to step back and blame myself. I have been pretty elusive when it comes to talking about Ninjalane and even more elusive when it comes to talking about me.
Published: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 - General_Information
Benchmarks are one of those things you either love or hate. We actually love benchmarks since they are a huge part of the enthusiast's arsenal. From competing on HWbot, submitting to Futuremark's ORB, or just tuning in new hardware you will be using some form of benchmark to determine your level of performance. While game tests give the results that really matter to most people synthetic benchmarks have certainly proven their worth.
Published: Thursday, December 2, 2010 - General_Information
The Multi-GPU index is a portable set of data that we can assign to determine the multi-gpu potential of any motherboard. A higher index number indicates a favorable condition for multiple graphics cards while a lower number indicates a hindrance in one of our leading indicators. Since the Index does not take into consideration system architecture it can be applied to motherboards regardless of processor or chipset generations.
Published: Monday, November 15, 2010 - General_Information
One of the most common questions associated with building a computer is "How do I get started?" Chances are you will get plenty of advice when it comes to choosing the best parts for your budget, but what do you do after the parts have arrived? In this article we're going to explore one of the most confusing aspects of system assembly, installing the motherboard.
Published: Monday, November 8, 2010 - General_Information
In the early days of hardware review site owners where challenged in determining how best to present performance information. Some decided to create their own benchmarking suites and while these worked great for that particular site you could not compare numbers from Site A with results from Site B. Either the benchmark was not available or the testing parameters were not clear. Either way the results were met with varying degrees of success.
Published: Thursday, June 17, 2010 - General_Information
The EVGA offices in TW are not really that big but they have the capability to do just about anything from the design of new PCBs, testing for manufacturing defects, and tuning of finished products for maximum performance and compatibility.