Windows Phone is the new Windows Mobile right?
Ooh, one guy using one hardware+software config doesn't have issues. You blow my argument right out of the water :rolleyes:
I personally believe that was all FUD.
Sounds boring as hell.
You should probably do some research into the differences of programming for Windows and Windows Mobile.
Baaaaaaaaaa, me wants stable drivers with my video card, baaaaaaaaaaa.
I find it funny that you're currently not running in dual channel mode.
Basically, DDR2 is used in kits of two to achieve dual channel mode......
Never blindly listen to what people tell you about PSUs. Everyone thinks that CoolerMaster is crap, or that 600Watts isn't enough, blah blah blah....
I support this message :roll:
Good stuff man, sell your 3GB kit and go for 6 :toast:
64-bit problems are old. They are usually from people who don't have the latest drivers. Lately, I've been finding most users of Win7 with problems...
As a Yahoo store, I would trust it. Reviews: http://reviews.pricegrabber.com/elecsurfcom/r/2501/
Looks legit and good.
You can always burn that image to a DVD like you're supposed to :p
8800GT specs: Maximum Digital Resolution, 2560x1600. Maximum VGA Resolution, 2048x1536.
Aren't we all? :laugh:
Yeah you probably fried it if you did all that to/with it and it won't work anymore.
Good job buddy :laugh:
Thank god it's just an 8800 eh?
You're not supposed to use what you get on Technet for production machines, that's something neat I learned recently. I guess that rule is broken...
Now that I see it is a 1066 kit you are right. In fact I'd like to buy it off ya :laugh: Brand new DVD-R drives go for 20, and you never really see...
Most graphics cards come with an adapter for the older PSUs.
You might want to buy a newer PSU with a PCI-E power plug though, if you can.
LOL my estimate was 170, I honestly priced it like this:
• MOBO - Gigabyte GA-MA78GPM-UD2H: 50
• RAM - OCZ 4GB DDR2 (2X2) OCZ2G10664GK: 50
• CPU -...
So just to clear this up, there is no 12-core for 300, that is a typo. I like the idea of an 8-core for under 300 though.
Looks like those things die early frequently.
I would also go with the 900 Watt model.
Maximum RAID volume size is 2TB.
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