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  • Re: RE: AMD Plans 12-/16-Core CPUs For 2011

    24 to 32!! That's way lot of cores. I think I am just over-excited. But as the rumours stick on net nowadays, AMD is really trying to take the lead in processors field. If I am correct, (and it is just a guess) then we will have 6/8 actual cores and then, due to Hyper-threading (or AMD may name it something else) we will get 12/16 Cores to burn
    Posted to AMD Processors (Forum) by kksonakiya on Tue, Jun 2 2009
  • Re: RE: AMD Plans 12-/16-Core CPUs For 2011

    Intel Core i7 focusses on 8 cores isn't it? 12/16 cores are way too fine, but what about Mac users, or does Mac OS X also uses Multi Cores? I don't know this. But I doubt about the money matter again. I think it will be pricey, isn't it? Only the games are changing, not even Maya and rendering softwares like Pixar's Renderman are at
    Posted to AMD Processors (Forum) by kksonakiya on Fri, May 29 2009
  • HP DV5 1002AU AMD overheating!!

    I've got HP pavillion entertainment 1002au with AMD Turion 64X2 R70. It overheats too much. I work on table and the fan is not blocked by dust or anything. Are my worries futile or there is really some problem with this processor or AMD's processors are bound to overheat? Please tell me if there is anything that I can do.
    Posted to AMD Processors (Forum) by kksonakiya on Fri, May 29 2009
  • Re: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    That's great, I upgraded my system with 2gb Kingston RAM 800 MHz. I think that's why I can't see that much performance boost like you guys. I've got ATI 200 Series motherboard, what do you think, which ram should I upgrade to?
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by kksonakiya on Fri, May 29 2009
  • Re: RE: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    Does it work fine like Daemon Tools? I had problems mounting an image file with Winmount (everytime I would run setup.exe an error stating "can't read from source" would appear) but Daemon Tools mounted it perfectly and I could install the program smoothly. Well, I had Vista back then. I'll try the software you mentioned, I hope it
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by kksonakiya on Fri, May 29 2009
  • Re: RE: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    That will be great. I just went through an article stating the performance of 7 with respect to Vista and it told alot of great things and I cross checked them on my system and found them correct. Boot time and run time has increased significantly, but in that article (somebody from Microsoft Admin) I read that working and performance time in microsoft
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by kksonakiya on Fri, May 29 2009
  • Re: RE: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    Yeah, but he said that 7 is like 180 degree shift from vista. I don't think that just SP2 will cover that shift. But anyway, they have released it with one year license up to July 2010, hence it is up to you. Well, I am running 7 RC and so far everything is fine. Except, Daemon Tools, Norton and few more programs, which are having compatibility
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by kksonakiya on Fri, May 29 2009
  • Re: Laptop Hunters Ads Adds Value (Perception)

    Well, I don't think that people or even my friends buy their computer because of these ads or anything. We just need more features without the need of compromising with speed and performance. Mac is nice and everything but obviously it attracts different kind of people than Microsoft's. Just take me for the example, I already know about the
    Posted to Notebooks (Forum) by kksonakiya on Wed, May 27 2009
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