Posts Tagged: Desktop Computers

Config Boards vs. Standalone Systems for Compatibility Testing

Over the years we’ve conducted innumerable PC hardware compatibility tests. Originally, this was a service that was almost exclusive to video games, but now includes standalone applications and professional software as well (although games are still a big driver). In general, we’ve used two approaches to hardware compatibility testing: so-called ‘config boards’ and standalone systems…. Read more »

Lab Hardware Update: New Desktop Computers

Desktops aren’t very exciting these days, so we don’t usually write about them when we get (or build) new ones. Still, we do keep refreshing our inventory to remain current with new hardware trends, and our lab inventory is capable of supporting pretty extensive hardware compatibility testing projects, albeit generally consumer-focused ones.   Since December,… Read more »