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A_D
Sounds better than a 13A, there's not much in it and I
11-12-2006 11:15 AM
by Done_Fishin Go to last post
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SBernheart
Not a problem...its been my pleasure to assist you. I'll
11-11-2006 06:44 PM
by chauffeur2 Go to last post
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rick737
Ran memtest with 0 errors. Went into bios and my options
11-10-2006 05:53 PM
by rick737 Go to last post
4 1,367
 
forcifer
psu came, i installed it, now its working great. thanks :D
11-09-2006 03:32 PM
by forcifer Go to last post
16 1,067
 
Spikejns
Key word here is "May". Make sure the memory you have is
11-08-2006 06:09 AM
by crazijoe Go to last post
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Langos
Ok, so I made sure the backplate doesn't short anything on
11-08-2006 05:59 AM
by Langos Go to last post
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netsonic
You are seeing the limits of a 32 bit OS. You might try and
11-08-2006 04:02 AM
by crazijoe Go to last post
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dojharris
Thanks for your help, so i should really get a fan in the
11-07-2006 03:43 PM
by dojharris Go to last post
5 1,051
 
tourist87
Yep, a couple of screws, some careful routing and it's out
11-06-2006 02:05 PM
by Rashiki Go to last post
8 1,380
 
dojharris
There are pleanty of AGP cards still in production....since
11-06-2006 09:24 AM
by twajetmech Go to last post
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gataraid
please download Lavalys Everest Home edition (its a free
11-05-2006 11:39 PM
by Fr4665 Go to last post
3 887
 
Barrie Sambrook
What are your PSU specs including brand, wattage, and amps
11-05-2006 03:26 PM
by jnob Go to last post
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Bob Gale
I tried the same thing and it wouldn't work for me either.
11-05-2006 12:17 PM
by BuffaloChips Go to last post
2 1,188
 
jtreach
Run Speedfan and post us the temperatures so we can check
11-05-2006 09:22 AM
by carsey Go to last post
6 1,376
 
mc_ram
LIke UncleMacro said, PC133 is basicly faster. It runs at
11-04-2006 02:08 PM
by TheMatt Go to last post
2 2,046
 
Thomps
Glad to hear it worked.
11-03-2006 09:45 PM
by TheMatt Go to last post
10 1,191
 
XJDenton
i don't take much notice of the negatives but all the lines
11-03-2006 07:21 PM
by dai Go to last post
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owlass
ok cheers
11-03-2006 03:52 AM
by owlass Go to last post
17 1,185
 
WhiteRabbit
Got it! Found the option and disabled it. Now it says
11-03-2006 03:28 AM
by WhiteRabbit Go to last post
4 5,414
 
tmounk
It will be faster than non dual channel mode, but you will
11-02-2006 08:00 PM
by TheMatt Go to last post
5 1,578
 
GONZ
GONZ, tumbleweed36 also deserves complimenting too, as
11-02-2006 07:07 PM
by chauffeur2 Go to last post
15 1,028
 
cjk164
Ahh ok. Thanks again. I'll let you all know how it works
11-02-2006 06:14 PM
by cjk164 Go to last post
19 5,594
 
swarner
Crucial makes very good memory, EEC is really only needed
11-02-2006 12:20 PM
by twajetmech Go to last post
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inseno
Hello and welcome to TSF. This should be something that
11-02-2006 05:33 AM
by crazijoe Go to last post
1 829
 
Fasty
Thanks everyone! The answers are much appreciated. I've
11-02-2006 05:02 AM
by Fasty Go to last post
3 2,480
 
roast
Yep, during POST, it still displays at 256megs (whatever it
11-02-2006 02:01 AM
by roast Go to last post
2 858
 
forcifer
I looked at newegg, and for the $3 more I'd opt for the
11-01-2006 09:11 PM
by PanamaGal Go to last post
7 874
 
jessman
I would get this: G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM
11-01-2006 07:46 PM
by TheMatt Go to last post
11 3,662
 
Fasty
agree with my collegues 100% redundant PFC (power
11-01-2006 05:07 PM
by linderman Go to last post
3 910
 
weeler
Outstanding. Thank you very much for the prompt solution.
10-31-2006 06:53 PM
by weeler Go to last post
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the_aggie10
Is that a laptop? If not, then no. I think you want this
10-30-2006 05:33 PM
by TheMatt Go to last post
1 1,013
 
Morpher
Rigthmark Memory Analyzer, it has a memory stability test
10-30-2006 01:38 AM
by Morpher Go to last post
6 1,075
 
wwright129
Will do, thanks for all the good info Thanks, Will
10-29-2006 05:24 PM
by wwright129 Go to last post
21 2,080
 
neil_dcruz_19
Please list your full system specs or the brand name and
10-29-2006 05:20 PM
by Doby Go to last post
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bluechaos1986
it could be a number of things,to point at anything
10-29-2006 02:23 PM
by dai Go to last post
12 3,186
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AmericanDJ816
:wave:
10-28-2006 07:34 AM
by AmericanDJ816 Go to last post
1 1,014
 
minhxminh
This RAM is what your system takes and it will also work in
10-27-2006 07:51 PM
by TheMatt Go to last post
3 3,659
 
cuddlesthefox
190~264Vac it should be fine when u plug it in. make sure
10-27-2006 05:51 AM
by Fr4665 Go to last post
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milnrowboy
id return it first thing whats kind of weird is that it
10-27-2006 04:17 AM
by Fr4665 Go to last post
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Raven
hi. Try this: Click start>run>type msconfig>enter
10-26-2006 08:09 AM
by googsters Go to last post
3 1,198
 
Excalibr23
In the same area with the memclock mode you can find the
10-25-2006 08:48 PM
by jnob Go to last post
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alexandertheti
I would say 1GB modules would be best...2Gb modules are
10-25-2006 08:38 PM
by twajetmech Go to last post
9 1,509
 
MXR90
To answer we would need to know your full system specs to
10-25-2006 06:35 PM
by Doby Go to last post
1 828
 
Raiden16
Your links are broken. They have "..."s in them. Weak
10-25-2006 06:32 PM
by UncleMacro Go to last post
6 1,239
 
Wrong Holmes
Got a new supply and everything's running just fine now. At
10-25-2006 05:55 PM
by Wrong Holmes Go to last post
4 1,262
 
ben_g_stahl
Hi, You have made a wise decision. You can pick up
10-25-2006 05:42 PM
by Tumbleweed36 Go to last post
3 885
 
GarnetCompy
Alright-y then. Good to hear from the pros! Looks like
10-25-2006 05:19 PM
by GarnetCompy Go to last post
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SergentR
the only reference i could find of any use suggests it
10-25-2006 12:24 PM
by dai Go to last post
3 1,458
 
Sting3r
no you have it installed correctly,if you remember the four
10-25-2006 11:27 AM
by dai Go to last post
3 2,300
 
jessman
I was recently very impressed with a Seasonic 650 watt PSU
10-24-2006 05:31 PM
by linderman Go to last post
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