GlacialTech is a leading manufacturer of power supply, PC enclosure solution's and cooling solution provider. They above mentioned things provided by the company are both efficient and cost effective. The company had launched its coooling pad to provide assistance in bringing down the load of the in built system fans. The company had named the […]
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Geothermal energy is increasingly contributing to the power supply world wide. Iceland is world-leader in expanding development of geothermal utilization: in recent years the annual power supply here doubled to more than 500 MW alone in the supply of electricity. And also in Germany, a dynamic development is to be seen: over 100 MW of heat are currently being provided through geothermal energy. Alone in the region of Travale, in the pioneering country Italy, a team of european scientists have localizied geothermal reservoirs, holding a potential comparable to the effectiveness of 1.000 wind power plants. This is one of the results presented at the international final conference of the project „I-GET” (Integrated Geophysical Exploration Technologies for deep fractured geothermal systems) in Potsdam. The aim of this European Union project, in which seven european nations participated, was the development of cutting-edge geophysical methods with which potential geothermal reservoirs can be safely explored and directly tapped.
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Well the time has come for me to retire my Frankenstein computer and start with an updated model. Building a new computer is something new for me and something I would have not considered a few years ago. But after spending the past two years replacing the power supply, adding a new graphics card and upgrading memory, my fears of working with apparent fragile technology pieces have been conquered.
Over the next few months I will chronicle my quest of building a new computer. From decided which parts to use for the new machine and what issues I come across the way. The first post in this series will be submitted by this weekend. If any one out there does have experience with creating a computer from bare parts, feel free to offer any suggestions or problem you came across.