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368 pages

Building the Perfect PC

Creator: Robert Bruce Thompson, Barbara Fritchman Thompson | Computers - 2010-11-16

Installing the Antec Easy SATA or a similar internal docking station requires a second 5.25” external drive bay, which is ... In particular, we're looking forward to seeing the 3TB Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk, which had been announced but was not yet available when we were building this system. ... The 3 TB Seagate external unit can use any of three interfaces: USB 2.0, USB 3.0, and FireWire 800.

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

About this book
Build a PC that will outperform any brand-name box on the market Yes, even if you’re not a total geek you can build your own PC -- and we guarantee it’s worth the effort. You’ll discover that the quality is better and the cost is much lower than any comparable off-the-shelf PC you can buy. Design the custom computer you want, and have fun doing it. Get high-quality PC hardware from local stores and online vendors Plan your computer project with a complete checklist Create the ideal PC that will run Windows 7 or Linux Take advantage of the latest multi-core CPUs Assemble, test, and configure your PC with ease Build a PC that meets your needs and fits your budget Written by hardware experts, this book delivers complete instructions for building your own dream machine with high-quality components, whether it’s a PC for general use, extreme gaming, a media center, or home server. Straightforward language, clear directions, and easy-to-follow illustrations make this guide a breeze for computer builders of any skill level, even those with no experience. Building the Perfect PC presents six in-depth custom PC projects: Mainstream PC -- Fast, flexible, quiet, and reliable at a reasonable price Extreme System -- A wicked fast PC for video editing, gaming, and more Media Center -- One PC to replace your TiVo, game console, DVD, and CD player Home Server -- Ideal home network hub to store, share, and secure data Appliance PC -- A tiny, quiet, inexpensive PC you can put anywhere Budget System -- Reliable and highly functional at a low, low price



312 pages

Building Chicken Coops For Dummies

Creator: Todd Brock, David Zook, Rob Ludlow | Technology & Engineering - 2010-08-09

This practical guide gives you easy-to-follow and customizable plans for building the backyard chicken coop that works best for you.

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

About this book
As the popularity of urban homesteading and sustainable living increases, it’s no wonder you’re in need of trusted, practical guidance on how to properly house the chickens you’re planning (or have already begun) to keep. Building Chicken Coops For Dummies gives you the information you need to build the most cost-efficient, safe, and easy-on-the-eye enclosures for your backyard flock. This practical guide gives you easy-to-follow and customizable plans for building the backyard chicken coop that works best for you. You’ll get the basic construction know-how and key information you need to design and build a coop tailored to your flock, whether you live in a small city loft, a suburban backyard, or a small rural farm. Includes detailed material lists, instructions, and schematic plans for building a host of different chicken coops Step-by-step guidance on how to build a coop—or design your own Accessible for every level of reader Whether you’re just beginning to gain an interest in a back-to-basics lifestyle or looking to add more attractive and efficient coops to your current flock‘s digs, Building Chicken Coops For Dummies gives you everything you need to build a winning coop!



448 pages

The Spy Who Loved, The Secrets and Lives of Christine Granville

Creator: Clare Mulley | Biography & Autobiography - 2013-06-11

The Untold Story of Britain's First Female Special Agent of World War II In June 1952, a woman was murdered by an obsessed colleague in a hotel in the South Kensington district of London.

Publisher: Macmillan

About this book
The Untold Story of Britain's First Female Special Agent of World War IIIn June 1952, a woman was murdered by an obsessed colleague in a hotel in the South Kensington district of London. Her name was Christine Granville. That she died young was perhaps unsurprising; that she had survived the Second World War was remarkable.The daughter of a feckless Polish aristocrat and his wealthy Jewish wife, Granville would become one of Britain's most daring and highly decorated special agents. Having fled to Britain on the outbreak of war, she was recruited by the intelligence services and took on mission after mission. She skied over the hazardous High Tatras into occupied Poland, served in Egypt and North Africa, and was later parachuted behind enemy lines into France, where an agent's life expectancy was only six weeks. Her courage, quick wit, and determination won her release from arrest more than once, and saved the lives of several fellow officers—including one of her many lovers—just hours before their execution by the Gestapo. More importantly, the intelligence she gathered in her espionage was a significant contribution to the Allied war effort, and she was awarded the George Medal, the OBE, and the Croix de Guerre.Granville exercised a mesmeric power on those who knew her. In The Spy Who Loved, acclaimed biographer Clare Mulley tells the extraordinary history of this charismatic, difficult, fearless, and altogether extraordinary woman.


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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 1 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC1000103

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    (3.2/5)
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    4TB Sleek, Fast, & Easy

    I purchased the 4TB Seagate GoFlex Desk external drive with the intent of consolidating all my media files onto a single central drive. Straight out of the box, impressions were good. The newer generation drive offers a sleeker high gloss alternative to the previous Seagate Desk models. The drive comes equipped with a USB 3.0 base dock, which features five white LEDs on the front to illustrate power as well as indicate the capacity used on the drive in 25% increments. In addition, it also comes with the AC power adapter and a 4 foot USB 3.0 cord, which is significantly more convenient than the 1 1/2 foot cords that were supplied with my 1TB Seagate GoFlex Ultra Portable Drives.Right out of the box I plugged in to my Windows 7 laptop, had the drivers automatically installed, and was off and running in about 30 seconds. Simple enough. Actual available space on the drive (due to conversion) is about 3.63 TB, which was an expected reduction.. but is worth noting for... 4/5 Chris - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 4 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC4000100 (Personal Computers) I purchased the 4TB Seagate GoFlex Desk external drive with the intent of consolidating all my media files onto a single central drive. Straight out of the box, impressions were good. The newer generation drive offers a sleeker high gloss alternative to the previous Seagate Desk models. The drive comes equipped with a USB 3.0 base dock, which features five white LEDs on the front to illustrate power as well as indicate the capacity used on the drive in 25% increments. In addition, it also comes with the AC power adapter and a 4 foot USB 3.0 cord, which is significantly more convenient than the 1 1/2 foot cords that were supplied with my 1TB Seagate GoFlex Ultra Portable Drives.Right out of the box I plugged in to my Windows 7 laptop, had the drivers automatically installed, and was off and running in about 30 seconds. Simple enough. Actual available space on the drive (due to conversion) is about 3.63 TB, which was an expected reduction.. but is worth noting for... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 23, 2011

    Great Drive with One Understandable Flaw

    Because of some early negative reviews from Amazon users, and what I'm pretty sure is a computer rendering of the product instead of a photograph, I was initially a little reluctant about this drive. But I've had a lot of very good experiences with Seagate, so I bought it. I'm glad I did.The build quality is nice. The enclosure is actually really slick. I do prefer the look of a thin, USB powered, 2.5" external, but in the world of 3.5" drives this is total design win.It performs about as expected, if not better. I'm currently still using USB 2.0, but the initial burst on this thing is crazy high, and it (very) gradually slows down to my typical transfer rate. This is more true with a single large file than many small files. But its overall performance has me really excited about installing a USB 3.0 card in my system.The Bad? Well, I bought this to be a media drive, and it "sleeps" after a relatively short period of inactivity. I want my... 4/5 Beard/// - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 4 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC4000100 (Personal Computers) Because of some early negative reviews from Amazon users, and what I'm pretty sure is a computer rendering of the product instead of a photograph, I was initially a little reluctant about this drive. But I've had a lot of very good experiences with Seagate, so I bought it. I'm glad I did.The build quality is nice. The enclosure is actually really slick. I do prefer the look of a thin, USB powered, 2.5" external, but in the world of 3.5" drives this is total design win.It performs about as expected, if not better. I'm currently still using USB 2.0, but the initial burst on this thing is crazy high, and it (very) gradually slows down to my typical transfer rate. This is more true with a single large file than many small files. But its overall performance has me really excited about installing a USB 3.0 card in my system.The Bad? Well, I bought this to be a media drive, and it "sleeps" after a relatively short period of inactivity. I want my... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 22, 2011

    Currently the best price for a drive this powerful--anywhere.

    I had purchased a WD Elements 1.5TB external hard drive less than a year ago, but my iMac's start-up disc kept crying out for more space. So I decided to go to an additional drive, except with a capacity of 2TB's or more. I would have been happy to go with another WD Elements drive--were it not for prices double or triple what I paid 10-11 months ago. Then I noticed buzz on the internet about Amazon's low price for the Seagate Expansion Drive 3TB. While reading Amazon reviews, however, I couldn't help but be alarmed by the complaints of numerous recent owners of the "Expansion" model. As a result, I was about to settle on a lower-capacity WD drive when I came upon this Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 3TB drive, which Amazon was showing for a mere "dime" more than the Seagate Expansion drive. After reading positive reviews for this particular GoFlex at MacWorld and Cnet, I was sold. Perhaps the Expansion model has slightly smaller dimensions--but certainly too small to matter. In... 5/5 Samuel C. (Kenosha,, WI United States) - See all my reviews, June 5, 2012
    List Price: $110.00
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 18-inch USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide
    2-Year limited warranty
    World's most versatile external drive - upgrade your interface to suit your needs
    Streamlined design complements any workspace
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play
    Easy-to-use pre-loaded backup software with encryption
    Streamlined design complements any workspace
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 3.0 adapter with capacity gauge display


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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC2000106

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    List Price: $149.99

    Streamlined design complements any workspace
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play
    Easy-to-use pre-loaded backup software with encryption
    2-Year limited warranty
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 18-inch USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 18-inch USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide
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    World's most versatile external drive - upgrade your interface to suit


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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 3 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC3000102

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    List Price: $169.99

    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk external drive, backup and encryption software pre-loaded on drive, GoFlex USB 3.0 interface adapter, 4-foot USB 3.0 cable, quick start guide
    Easy-to-use pre-loaded backup software with encryption
    2-Year limited warranty
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 3.0 adapter with capacity gauge display
    Streamlined design complements any workspace
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play
    World's most versatile external drive - upgrade your interface to suit your needs


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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 1 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC1000101

    CE (Seagate)

    Offers both vertical and horizontal drive orientation
    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play drive
    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    Offers both vertical and horizontal drive orientation
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play drive
    World's most upgradable external drive -upgrade to a faster interface with a GoFlex Desk desktop adapter
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  • Seagate

    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAC2000103

    CE (Seagate)

    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    Offers both vertical and horizontal drive orientation
    World's most upgradable external drive - upgrade to a faster interface with a GoFlex Desk desktop adapter
    USB 3.0 plug-and-play drive
    World's most upgradable external drive - upgrade to a faster interface with a GoFlexTM Desk desktop adapter


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    Seagate Backup Plus 2TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STDT2000100)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Seagate

    Overheats

    Bought this to replace the WD My Book 4TB which is full. One obvious issue is that the temperature kept rising with continuous access and I had to disconnect it at 55C (room at 22C), just 1C away from tripping the "BE Airflow Temperature". The Seagate specification states it worked up to 60C but I didn't push it because heat kills hard drives based on my experience.The triangular patterns on both sides aren't heat dispersing vents. Only the bottom and the rear are. Spent three hours to drill all the holes on both sides of the case but didn't help to lower the temperature at all. I have to run the drive w/o the plastic case for it to cool properly. Stick 4 rubber feet on the metal bracket so that the heat from the bottom can escape. Under the same condition, it stays at 42C. At room temperature 26C, the WD/Seagate have stayed at 45/49C respectively (42/44C with air circulation) after hours of copying from the WD to Seagate.It is surprising Seagate would... 2/5 Invisible Man - See all my reviews This review is from: Seagate Backup Plus 8TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STDT8000100) (Personal Computers) Bought this to replace the WD My Book 4TB which is full. One obvious issue is that the temperature kept rising with continuous access and I had to disconnect it at 55C (room at 22C), just 1C away from tripping the "BE Airflow Temperature". The Seagate specification states it worked up to 60C but I didn't push it because heat kills hard drives based on my experience.The triangular patterns on both sides aren't heat dispersing vents. Only the bottom and the rear are. Spent three hours to drill all the holes on both sides of the case but didn't help to lower the temperature at all. I have to run the drive w/o the plastic case for it to cool properly. Stick 4 rubber feet on the metal bracket so that the heat from the bottom can escape. Under the same condition, it stays at 42C. At room temperature 26C, the WD/Seagate have stayed at 45/49C respectively (42/44C with air circulation) after hours of copying from the WD to Seagate.It is surprising Seagate would... Read more, May 7, 2015

    Bought 2 new drives in March 2015, both have seriously and strangely malfunctioned.

    [UPDATED Jan 21, 2016]I have many Seagate drives and will continue to buy them. But my particular experience with this 8TB drive bears reporting and is why I give it only 1 star.I bought 2 of these 8TB drives, here, in late March of 2015, brand new. One was for backup of the other. The drives were on a table top and never moved. The primary drive was used heavily most days, with many concurrent reads and writes, and synced up to the secondary drive at night. Both drives were safely detached and powered down each night, until used again.One morning last August 2015, when I connected the primary drive to my computer, Windows suddenly now says it is seeing a "ASMT 2115" USB Device. In Disk Manager, this drive shows 3 partitions, 1 raw and 2 unallocated -- instead of the single NTFS partition I had in place. I've never ever seen this kind of thing before, but a google search did report that others have had a similar situation before with other... 1/5 JL (Brooklyn, NY USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Backup Plus 8TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STDT8000100) (Personal Computers) [UPDATED Jan 21, 2016]I have many Seagate drives and will continue to buy them. But my particular experience with this 8TB drive bears reporting and is why I give it only 1 star.I bought 2 of these 8TB drives, here, in late March of 2015, brand new. One was for backup of the other. The drives were on a table top and never moved. The primary drive was used heavily most days, with many concurrent reads and writes, and synced up to the secondary drive at night. Both drives were safely detached and powered down each night, until used again.One morning last August 2015, when I connected the primary drive to my computer, Windows suddenly now says it is seeing a "ASMT 2115" USB Device. In Disk Manager, this drive shows 3 partitions, 1 raw and 2 unallocated -- instead of the single NTFS partition I had in place. I've never ever seen this kind of thing before, but a google search did report that others have had a similar situation before with other... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 31, 2015

    This replaced another Seagate hard drive that crashed, now 3 months later, of light use, it is dead!

    1/5 Mike Alex - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate Backup Plus 5TB Desktop External Hard Drive USB 3.0 (STDT5000100) (Personal Computers) I purchased this drive to replace another Seagate external hard drive that crashed. Luckily, with this one, I backed up all information onto another drive. However now I am left with yet another brick and this time it only lasted 3 months of very light use. I wish I did not have to live in fear of losing all of my files. Having to purchase multiple backups is getting very expensive. This company needs to build a more reliable product. Hopefully they will honor their limited warranty, but again another hassle to go through. I just want a working hard drive. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 1, 2014
    List Price: $119.99
    Works interchangeably on PC and Mac computers-without needing to reformat
    Run a one-click backup or schedule an automatic backup plan to protect your files in your Backup Plus desktop drive at your convenience with Seagate Dashboard software
    High-speed USB 3.0 and 2.0 connectivity offers plug-and-play functionality on your PC.
    Install the NTFS driver for Mac, and you can use the drive interchangeably between Windows and Mac computers without reformatting.


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    Seagate GoFlex Desk Thunderbolt Adapter (STAE122)

    Personal Computer (Seagate)

    Rating (56 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Seagate

    Well worth the wait

    As this unit is not available in Australia it took a long time to source the Thunderbolt adapter. In order to get the best out of my 27" iMac i5, I decided some time ago to get a Thunderbolt HD, but found the cost of the Thunderbolt drives available to be far to expensive for me. After receiving the adapter from amazon and the purchase of the Thunderbolt cable I also decided to invest in a SSD. The combination of the Thunderbolt adapter plus the SSD gave me performance I could only describe as awesome. Im using the SSD and the adapter as a external startup drive, my internal drive is used for my data. I have had no issues at all. I'm a very "happy chappy" thanks to the Seagate Thunderbolt adapter combined with the SSD. Now, if the SSD manufacturers could hurry up and reduce the cost and increase the size so that everything can be contained on the SSD, I would be as happy as a "pig in poo". I have several SATA drives without enclosures, so they can now perform as Thunderbolt drives... 5/5 erikjorg - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate GoFlex Desk Thunderbolt Adapter (STAE122) (Personal Computers) As this unit is not available in Australia it took a long time to source the Thunderbolt adapter. In order to get the best out of my 27" iMac i5, I decided some time ago to get a Thunderbolt HD, but found the cost of the Thunderbolt drives available to be far to expensive for me. After receiving the adapter from amazon and the purchase of the Thunderbolt cable I also decided to invest in a SSD. The combination of the Thunderbolt adapter plus the SSD gave me performance I could only describe as awesome. Im using the SSD and the adapter as a external startup drive, my internal drive is used for my data. I have had no issues at all. I'm a very "happy chappy" thanks to the Seagate Thunderbolt adapter combined with the SSD. Now, if the SSD manufacturers could hurry up and reduce the cost and increase the size so that everything can be contained on the SSD, I would be as happy as a "pig in poo". I have several SATA drives without enclosures, so they can now perform as Thunderbolt drives... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 23, 2012

    Thunderbolt (Grease Slapper)

    THis is the FASTEST external drive I have ever used! I stream video and music at home and it usually hangs several times during playback. Not anymore. THis is EXPENSIVE, but Faster than Hectors pup grabbing a cheese sandwich off the kitchen counter, (This means FAST) DId I mention that it's expensive! It is AND the cable cost's about 1/3 the price of the adapter itself. All together the adapter and cable cost was almost twice the price of my new 3 Terabyte Seagate drive itself. Did I mention that it's FAST? I am glad I got the one with the extra connector built in so I can daisy chain it (when I get my Back Pension) and get another 50 dollar 1meter cable. It's like 70 something for a 3 meter one. Did I mention that you can daisy chain these things to a Monitor, Hard Drive or anything else that has the "Thunderbolt connector? All in all it's SCREAMING FAST! I wish the price weren't so dear, but there ya go. It IS made for a MAC ya know and they are worse that SONY USED to be back... 5/5 L. Williams (Equatorial Virginia) - See all my reviews, December 13, 2012

    If no stars were an option, this would be it

    1/5 Cypress - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Seagate GoFlex Desk Thunderbolt Adapter (STAE122) (Personal Computers) I got two of these. One for my seagate GoFlex desk 2TB to replace the USB 2.0 adapter. And one one for my seagate GoFlex Desk 3TB drive to replace the USB 3.0 adapter. I could never get the USB 3.0 to work with my Mac Pro mid 2010 edition.I wanted to "simplify" things by swapping both these external drives to thunderbolt and thought these should work.I connected everything up as instructed, but the drives were not seen by the Mac. The STAE122 has now power indication LEDs, so I can't be sure they were getting power, but the adapters did feel warm. It could be bad thunderbolt cables, but I bought two seperate cables, and neither worked. Also, The drives could not be heard to spin up when connected to these adapters and power. The do when connected to the adapters that came with them.The seller, BLINQ has been great and is taking the product back. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 23, 2013
    List Price: $189.99
    10 Gbps Thunderbolt port
    Inside the Box: GoFlex Desk Thunderbolt adapter, power supply, quick start guide
    System Requirements: GoFlex Desk Drive, Mac OS X operating system 10.6.8 or higher, Available Thunderbolt port & Thunderbolt cable
    Compatible with Thunderbolt displays and data devices
    Works with any GoFlex Desk Drive
    Upgrade your interface for faster file transfer performance
    Dual ports supports daisy-chaining for 6 devices


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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2 TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive STAC2000100 (Black)

    CE (Seagate)
    List Price: $159.87

    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 2.0 adapter with capacity gauge display
    Offers both vertical and horizontal drive orientation
    USB 20 plug-and-play drive
    Includes GoFlex Desk USB 20 adapter with capacity gauge display
    Easy-to-use preloaded backup and encryption software
    USB 2.0 plug-and-play drive
    World's most upgradable external drive - upgrade to a faster interface with a GoFlex Desk desktop adapters


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