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Dec 17

Upgrading and Repairing PCs (22nd Edition) by Scott Mueller

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For more than 25 years, Upgrading and Repairing PCs has been the world’s #1 guide to PC hardware: The single source for reliable information on how PCs work, troubleshooting and fixing problems, adding hardware, optimizing performance, and building new PCs. This 22nd edition offers beefed-up coverage of the newest hardware innovations and maintenance techniques.

Scott Mueller delivers practical answers about PC processors, mother-boards, buses, BIOSes, memory, SSD and HDD storage, video, audio, networks, Internet connectivity, power, and much more. You’ll find the industry’s best coverage of diagnostics, testing, and repair—plus cutting-edge discussions of improving PC performance via overclocking and other techniques.

Mueller has taught thousands of professionals in person and millions more through his books and videos—nobody knows more about keeping PCs running perfectly. Whether you’re a professional technician, a small business owner trying to save money, or a home PC enthusiast, this is the only PC hardware book you need!

• The newest processors, including Intel’s latest Core i Haswell processors and AMD’s Kaveri core processors.
• Everything you need to know about the latest GPU technology from NVIDIA and AMD, including developments in OpenGL, DirectX, and Mantle.
• New firmware innovations like the InSyde BIOS, Back to BIOS buttons, and all the updated settings available for the newest processors and chipsets.
• The latest in updated home networking standards, from blazing fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi to HomeGrid and powerline networking.
• Ever larger storage, thanks to new technologies like helium-filled hard disks, shingled magnetic recording, and Cfast and XQD for flash memory.
• Emerging interfaces such as mSATA, USB 3.1, and M.2
• Updated coverage of building PCs from scratch—from choosing and assembling hardware through BIOS setup and troubleshooting

written by maxdugan

One Response to this entry.

  1. 1. Ann Onymous Says:

    Thank you maxdugan.

    The PDF is not a “True” PDF and appears to have been converted from the EPub. There are also 40 pages of garbage at the end that does belong there.

    This is better than nothing, but a true PDF version would be much better!

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