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2905-47

Palit Radeon HD 4870 512MB

Introduction Like its lesser compatriot, the 4870 beats NVIDIA at its price point. ATI is the only company with a current $300 card–although runaway sales have bumped up that ...
2905-20

VisionTek Radeon HD 4870 X2 2GB

Introduction When the HD 3870 X2 came out, it was plainly exceptional. It was the first card faster than the ridiculous, and old, 8800 Ultra, and it was an ATI card on top of it. But ...
2905-01

Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 512MB Toxic

Introduction Sapphire’s Toxic branding means factory overclocks, custom cooling, and win. And Toxic is exactly what HD 4850 needed. Despite outstanding, downright cheap gaming ...
2805-164

Leadtek GeForce 9600 GSO 384MB Extreme

Introduction From time to time, there comes a card that doesn’t break records, it shatters them. Without competition, without hesitation. This is not that card. But it is a pretty ...
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Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 512MB

Introduction I have always had problems endorsing the sub-hundred dollar video card. Usually, for an amount less than the video game you intend to play, you can get a card that can ...

What is IMAP? What is POP3? Which one is better?

Neither one is superior to the other. Both server unique purposes and really depends on your tastes and needs. IMAP is great if you are always on the go and need to check email from any computer. Webmail is the perfect example of IMAP services. Bulk Emailer is never downloaded to any computer. You read it online. It stays on the server until you delete. POP3, on the otherhand, downloads all messages to your computer when you want to read them. In most cases, the email is deleted from the server once you download it and is only accessible from the computer from which you downloaded the email with. It's really just a matter of personal taste and/or what is available to you.

For a brief description, this IMAP vs PPOP3 is very informative and easy to understand.