Originally Posted by MSIalex
OK, you try and run a review site then.
Every single review starts with OS reinstall, from scratch. The gaming benchmarks? Each one is at least a good 10-20 minutes long. Run it in loops, capture it, analyze data, then you actually start writing.
If it was that easy I'd start my own site.
I don't see how this is harder than working a desk job or at a factory. If you enjoy hardware and gaming this should actually be a little fun with freedom to work at your pace.
If you're using the same system for GPU reviews you should be cloning the OS all patched up excluding drivers. With the speeds of SSds today reiterating cycles are at a minimum. Capturing and analyzing should be a streamlined process by now.
Even after all those years of reviewing, Brent still makes common mistakes like assuming that clock speeds have nothing to do with multiple card scaling performance. Isn't their site name HardOC
P? There's no way they're investing 8 hours a day on reviews like a normal 9-5 person does with their job. I see better jobs done in posts here on OCN.Edited by PoopaScoopa - 6/11/11 at 1:59am