• We've upgraded our forums. Please post any issues/requests in this thread.

Search results

  1. P

    MSI Preps the J1800I Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

    Not cheap, but dose the job, the ASRock C2550D4I will do the job real fine, even got a remote managing network port.
  2. P

    MSI Preps the J1800I Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

    A USB NIC will work just fine, have one on my server after lighting blew out one of the ports.
  3. P

    MSI Preps the J1800I Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

    Is even reading the head of the news article that hard? And if you still dont get it, Google it!
  4. P

    MSI Preps the J1800I Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

    Like i said you can use a PCIe 4x 8x or even 16x card in a PCIe 1x slot, as even a PCIe 1x v1.0 slot will only be stressed for 40% to supply enough data to saturate the Gbit network port. I really dont get why they did not use a at the back open connector so you can fit in bigger cards, or use...
  5. P

    MSI Preps the J1800I Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

    They still could at least leave the backside of the slot open, so that you can install a PCIe 4x or higher in it, as Bay Trail is still fast enough to run a home server, and a PCIe 8x card with 8x SAS/SATA, like the IBM ServeRAID M1015, can be had for $150, and would make fore a cheap low end...
  6. P

    ThermoLab GOYO CPU Cooler Pictured

    Actually there is no solder used between the aluminum and the copper heatpipe, as the heatpipe gets pushed in to the smaller holes made in to the fins, and just the pressure of the stretched up aluminum is making the heat transfer better. Look no soldering at all, really, no kidding...
  7. P

    ThermoLab GOYO CPU Cooler Pictured

    You have very very special eyes then! :eek: Cyborg eyes from the future?, that can see and measure a few microns thickness, that i cant even measure with my caliper.
  8. P

    ThermoLab GOYO CPU Cooler Pictured

    No it dose not at least not really measurable, as the coating is so thin you need really specialized measuring tools before you can tell the difference.
  9. P

    ThermoLab GOYO CPU Cooler Pictured

    Looks like anodized aluminum, so that not a real problem, and even if its pain the insulating value will be extreme low.
  10. P

    ThermoLab GOYO CPU Cooler Pictured

    I like the looks, but dont think it will preform wel, as it only uses 6mm heatpipes, next to that the spacing between the plate's is huge compared to top coolers, also there are gapes between the heatpipe filled with aluminum on the contact surface. Cool looking cooler but properly a under...
  11. P

    EK Introduces Industry-First DDC Heatsink Housing

    Lol, nice marketing BS I own a DCC and installed some of them in some systems, but as this is a water-pump it gets its cooling from the internal water flow, and the external cooling dose very little, tho the anti vibration is nice, and i would consider the solution for that reason, but not for...
  12. P

    Are you using an SSD ?

    The wait is actually not on RevoDrive type of PCIe cards but on native PCIe controller chips, and we then can skip the hole SATA part, as even the revo still uses NAND to (controler chip to SATA) to (raidcontroler (to PCI-X) to PCIe) the revodrive got a extra PCI-X to PCIe chip as the PCI-X...
  13. P

    Are you using an SSD ?

    There has to be something wrong then wit your SSD like not aligned ore so. Because i had a stripe set of 150GB WDs Velociraptor's, and after using the Vertex I, the Vertex became my main storage medium, and after getting the Vertex II, I moved the raptors to my server and there they will...
  14. P

    Are you using an SSD ?

    I am happy for you, but it dose not ad anything to the discussion dose it. :ohwell:
  15. P

    Are you using an SSD ?

    If i would spend 1050 euros on SSDs + minimum of 300 euro for a good controller, would a 1100 euro 480GB RevoDrive X2 not be a better ore at least a simpler choice ? Just asking, as there is only a 2% price difference between the setups, but the revo is a lot cleaner imho;)
  16. P

    Are you using an SSD ?

    Seriously ? I move maybe once every 2~4 months data from the game SSD to the HDD That's in only when i install a new game and the old one i am bored with go's to the backseat. No way do i ever feel like a DJ ore constricted by the size of my SSD, do i want more space sure, do i need it...
  17. P

    Are you using an SSD ?

    You don't get the point of how to use them. Yeah price/storage ratio suck But when it come to the price/performance ratio, SSDs are just unbeatable. I have two 60GB SSDs, one is for the OS (Vertex I) the other is for games (Vertex II). And for general storage like photo/video and general data...
  18. P

    Large Address Aware

    Tnx for this little nice program, it fixed my problems i had whit WoW crashing all the time because of it running out of memory. You should defiantly add WoW to the list of programs it fixes :D http://forums.wow-europe.com/thread.html?topicId=15111071794&sid=1
  19. P

    AMD Rebranding HD 5770 and HD 5750 to HD 6700 Series

    Why, to me it makes perfect sense, you have a new line whit a planed 66x0, 67x0 and 68x0 Now you are getting silicon back and you find out that the 66x0 dose not preforms as well as you expected but your 67x0 preforms a lot better, now you have a little gap in your lineup, not a big problem but...