Yes, that's what those programs are for exactly.
Sorry I can't recommend one though. :(
I think part of the problem may be the system trying
to reserve some of the graphics card memory, which
it has none to spare in that 128mb...
It has a part number on it.
pc3l-12800s = DDR3L 1600 :good:
Remove it from your old computer and install it into your new one.
Then you can format it within Windows and use it as additional storage. :cool:
If you remember when these came out,
your jaw is dropping seeing this price!
Bump for luck! :good:
I agree with jevery. That's just hogwash.
The HAF X has excellent cable management, no need to spend extra money on a modular PSU. :good:
The HAF X comes with 4 fans:
1 x 230mm front red LED
1 x 200mm top fan
1 x 200mm side fan
1 x 140mm rear fan
You won't need any more...
Thanks for the double post. :confused:
Even an outdated PSU Calculator (not sure why you think it is)
will be more accurate than your guess...
Corsair PSU Finder
Antec Power Supply Calculator
Just wanted to disprove one of your statements:
Windows 7 is a HUGE leap forward from XP, but it depends on your system hardware.
DVI to HDMI adapter does not always work...
Didn't work with my Sony...:(
I just use the VGA connector.
Then why the title of this thread? :confused:
If you're using an AM3 board, Dual Channel (2 sticks) RAM will be perfect.
Yes, it could be hardware related, but lets get some more info first.
Was the computer running fine, yet slow, before you started working on...
I don't see a "stunt" either.
A similar analogy was already made.
Can you put a Toyota tubocharger on a Chevy without a mod?
How dare they!...
First thing, don't waste your money on the VelociRaptor.
It's a good drive, but not worth the money.
If you're getting drive errors, then...
Store bought computer or custom built?
Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7?
With the information provided so far, the "Green" hard drive isn't...
Don't use 2 sticks on an X58 board as already explained, it will only run in Single Channel mode.
Use 3 sticks.
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