During the San Diego Comic-Con, I was following AMD Gaming on Twitter when I saw the following tweet:
So, one quick retweet and 24 hours later, I got a direct message that I'd be receiving an AMD A8-3870K Black Edition APU to review. For those who haven't heard, AMD Advanced Processing Units, or APU's, bring together an AMD CPU and a Radeon Graphics Core onto the same die, and the A8-3870K is the top of the line, unlocked version designed for the PC enthusiast. Over the next month or so, I'll be blogging my build around this APU and then running it through its paces!
Check out my unboxing pictures after the break!
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The following is a observation I made/revelation God showed me while studying my devotional passage for today. It can also be found on my Facebook, under Notes: Returning & Resting.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++One of my new favorite songs lately is Casting Crowns' "Come to the Well," the title track of their latest album. If you have not heard this song, then all I can tell you is to go buy it and listen. Regardless, there's a line from the verse after the first chorus that always catches my attention every time:
"Just rest in my arms a while, you'll feel the change, my child
When you come to the well"
As I was reading my devotional today, entitled "Waiting for Humility," I nearly did a spit take when I read the following verse: "For the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel, has said: 'You will be delivered by returning and resting; your strength will lie in quiet confidence. But you are not willing.'" - Isaiah 30:15 (HCSB). While I suppose I shouldn't be surprised how God moves in mysterious ways, I can't help but be amazed in the ways God can take the disparate threads of our existence and weave them together to show us He's there for us.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
This is the part where I'm supposed to give an apology and obligatory explanation of why I have failed to regularly update this blog. I'm also supposed to beg you to continue reading, or at least make a witty reference on how the reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated. (Self-referential humor double-take in 3...2...1...).
I'm not going to do any of those things. Instead, I'm going to look to the future! I have several projects I want to post up here in various states of completion, so be on the lookout for those. I have several meditations on Scripture I want to post, and more opinions on tech, politics and ...well, anything else that catches my attention.
I can hear all of you saying, "If you've got all that great stuff, why haven't you posted it?" To which, I'll give you the same response Blizzard gives gamers who ask about Diablo III: "It's done when it's done. Not before."