Video Recording Software, Overclocking, Free Hosting, PC Brands

Chris | Live Tech Support | Video Help | Add to iTunes – As every night, I opened up the phone lines to 888-pirillo.

Our first caller tonight wants to know if it’s ok to use software to try and overclock his processor, instead of going through BIOS. Well, I guess. If it’s working for you, then go with it. However, to truly overclock, you’re going to have to use the BIOS settings. You can always go to the manufacturer’s website, and see if there are any BIOS updates available. Keep in mind if you’re going to overclock, you’re going to heat up the processor. Make sure you use some type of cooling.

The next caller had one important thing to say. Drewbeard. That’s all, just the name. Drewbeard was an old regular chatter who hasn’t been around in awhile. I miss him!

Ahhhh. What is the /best/ free web hosting company? That’s a tough one. When looking for hosting solutions, you generally want to go with whatever is within your budget and still meets your needs. In the case of free companies, you just need to do some research. The chatters are throwing out suggestions, such as, media temple and X10hosting. It’s going to come down to your personal preferences, needs and expectations.

Do I prefer HP or Dell when it comes to media, such as watching videos or playing games? To be quite honest, they are pretty much equal. It will depend on your hardware configuration. My suggestion is you go with whichever one can get you either a Blue Ray Disc or HD DVD technology.

Last call tonight! This question was a bit obscure. The caller basically wants to know what free software is out there to allow him to use his Mini Cam to record videos. Everyone at is throwing out suggestions, of course. Thanks guys! You rock! Let’s see, there’s CamStudio, and a whole list of others that you can choose from right here.

That’s all the time we have tonight. Tune in again tomorrow, and be ready to call with your questions!
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