Phenom 955 @ 3.6GHZ 11.216 seconds
3.6ghz overclock, downvolted .05v from stock.
I just ordered a 500 gig samsung and will have a 160 gig WD with nothing on it. Anyone have any uses for it? I have no idea what I could use it...
Also, about the subjects being underexposed, too much light, etc. I see where you get this. But with some of them i wanted the subject to be...
well, they were taken with a 8mp canon point and shoot and it doesn't tend to focus all that great. nor does it show sharpness as good as i'd...
tell me what y'all think please.
I like the seagate. Its just the reviews on all hard drives that say It died in 2 weeks scare me :eek:
I want a new hard drive. 500 gigs or more. trying to stay around 60 dollars. What are the best in this area?
I am using a different monitor, so when i got into safe mode for some reason the resolution is still set at what my 22in uses, so it won't display :|
all of the sudden my computer has become useless. It randomly totally freezes, no mouse movement, no anything. Has to be manually reset. It run...
I uninstall the ati drivers. Then you have to restart. When I restart it reinstalls the outdated ones that come with windows.
I know this is a really dumb question, but I want to remove all my video drivers and then reinstall them. The problem is, when I uninstall them...
COD:MW2, CS:S from time to time, GTA 4, and Live For Speed.
Nobody knows? Sorry about double posting.
I feel stupid :o I'm not as stupid as I seem, I just didn't know how voltmeters worked. I didn't know if that has to be hooked to a circuit with a...
If I hooked it up to an empty molex connector, would that not like, short circuit it? I'll try hooking it up on a old psu that I have since it has...
I just think it would be cool to have it hooked up, plus I would know if it was giving everything enough power.
The problem is I want one too hook up and be on while the computer is running and i'm using it.
I found a old analog voltmeter that has a negative and positive hookup. That's it. Would it be possible to hook this up to a PSU?
Its probably not a 3300, because they are 939 and they were only available to HP/IBM.
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