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  • Re: good 24 inch to work?

    I hands down recommend the Viewsonic VX series. Unfortunately they don't have an offering at the 24" size. I'm currently using the 25.5" screen and have linked it below if you're interested. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824116123
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Thu, Aug 21 2008
  • Re: Running Slow

    Have you tested your memory yet? Oh yeah, and make sure you test the voltages from your PSU and test your hard drive, I've seen both cause really slow issues when it seemed they were working fine.
    Posted to Tech Support (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Fri, Aug 8 2008
  • Re: Has anyone else noticed this

    My take is... About friggin time! I've been watercooling for years, and placing it on the chipset makes my job much easier. Though they do tend to be on the cheap (well, not as well built) side, it's still a step forward. And I'd take watercooling over that MSI heatpipe anyday. I never really liked MSI's boards that much... Just personal
    Posted to Motherboards (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Fri, Aug 8 2008
  • Re: CPU/Motherboard Compatibility Issues...

    From Intel support: 'Due to the voltage load lines of the 45nm E7000 and E8000 series Intel processors, the 945 series of chipsets is NOT supported. Possible damage may occur, and therefor any use of these processors on said chipsets would immediatly void the processor warranty and/or mainboard warranty.' So that should answer your question
    Posted to Tech Support (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Thu, Aug 7 2008
  • Re: Graphics Card???

    Have you run Memtest and verified that your memory is working properly?
    Posted to Tech Support (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Wed, Aug 6 2008
  • Re: CPU/Motherboard Compatibility Issues...

    Yeah, that's not going to work. As an alternative you could get a low cost board such as the DG31PR (Pearl Creek) that offers good features as a decent price. It also gives you forward compatibility for quad core cpu's to upgrade to in the future, as well as a dedicated PCI-express slot for graphics.
    Posted to Tech Support (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Wed, Aug 6 2008
  • Re: AnandTech writeup on Larrabee

    I read that this morning. It's an interesting concept... I liked the NVidia response as well, stating that CUDA is just a C compiler (which it is, it's true). The future of graphics is wide open at this point anyway, so it will be interesting to see how the Intel factor will affect future offerings from both NVidia and AMD. The use of the original
    Posted to General HotHardware Tech News (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Tue, Aug 5 2008
  • Re: Crazy Tomshardware article

    I liked how they compared the Voodoo Envy to the Macbook Air as if Voodoo is the only company making a thin and light notebook. Everyone knows VoodooPC is one of the most expensive PC companie around. I'm suprised they didn't pull a Falcon NW system for the desktop comparison, lol.
  • Re: Half life vs counter strike, whats the difference?

    HalfLife is the single player campaign, the original game. Counter Strike was an add on to the original multi-player that was developed after the single player game, and was launched as a stand alone after it garnered a huge user base. Beyond that was the launch of HalfLife 2, the sequel to the original campaign, and then Counter Strike: Source, which
  • Re: Another CPU observation.

    Considering 12nm fab plants won't be built for another 4-5 years I don't think we'll be seeing a problem anytime soon. That's plenty of time to create new ways to shrink die sizes.
    Posted to Processors (General) (Forum) by 1nteljunki3 on Fri, Aug 1 2008
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