Western Digital 3TB Caviar Green Drive

Did anyone miss the memo about 2.5TB hard drives? Oh well, I suppose more is better. It’s funny how long we’ve been stuck at 2TB drives. If you’re in the market for one of these awesome new 3 terabyte drives, keep in mind they’ll require an add-on card it comes with to support booting off it (thanks legacy BIOS). Still […]

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Contest #17 – AMD Phenom 615E 2.5 GHz CPU


THIS CONTEST HAS ENDED, THANKS FOR PARTICIPATING!   ENTER TO WIN:   AMD PHENOM 615E ATHLON II X4 2.5GHz CPU We hope everyone is having a safe and wonderful end to 2010. In celebration of not only this, but also continuing with the celebration of our new MissingRemote.com website (which continues to evolve), we have another fantastic giveaway for the […]

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Blu-ray Releases – December 28, 2010

Absolutely weak selection of movies this week, so bear with me. MissingRemote’s Pick of the Week  Resident Evil: Afterlife   Have to be honest, I wasn’t a big fan of this 4th? 5th? Installment of the Resident Evil series of movies, based off the mega popular video game. To be fair, I actually enjoyed the first few of them, but […]

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What Do You Do With A New HDTV?

Did you get a shiny new TV for Christmas? The HD Guru will take you through a few steps in getting to know  your new friend. Calibrate..Calibrate…Calibrate.. oh and I am sure there are a few other steps in there as well.  Once you have your HD image on the screen, change the user picture controls. (If the set did […]

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GeForce GT 430

NVIDIA was the first to bring 3D Blu-ray (BD) via native HDMI 1.4 to the PC, coupled with HD audio bit stream support in the GTX 460, GTS 450 and GT 430 family of GPUs the home theater PC (HTPC) market has become much more interesting for the enthusiast.  A few weeks back MissingRemote took a look at the GTS […]

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SilverStone GD04 HTPC Case

I’ve used Silverstone HTPC cases in the past (the old LC-10M) and thought it was a great case for the price. Here’s the GD04 reviewed at Anandtech, where the reviewer finds some faults…and the commentors find some faults in the reviewer. Ah, good times. The GD04 is remarkably attractive if you’re into that minimalist look (I am); there’s a sister […]

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