Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
It is some kind of embedded system I guess.
(Edit: did not see that the answer was already posted)
How do u manage to get your gear so clean? Ive taken my rig apart and used a tooth brush to try and brush away the dust and whilst its better then canned air it doesn't get it all and it's running any pictures I try and take
My new OS/progs Drive has been delivered!
Congratz, you will now officially never be able to use a conventional HDD ever again
Trust me, I will be able to. For storage!
But it's so slooooooooooow!
at least its not tiny.
you get me 15+ TB of SSD's, and i'll ditch mechanicals.
And they say Ausi is the top down loaders of torrents, No?! hahahahah
Just playing ausi man!
Absolutely, best thing I did last year is switch from 128GB to 256GB SSD's. Second best thing was getting a NAS
BTW, when I set the SATAII settings in the BIOS on [AHCI] the drive became very slow, so I do actually have to set in [IDE]? I know that I used [IDE] ("Enhanced" kind) before, when I only had the mech HDD so what am I doing wrong? I could not find the source back that stated it should be on AHCI, so I start to doubt I know what I am doing.
Set it to AHCI before you install the system
Newegg TV: The SSD Tutorial - YouTube
There is a way to reg edit to AHCI if you want to try that before you do a re-install.
NO registry edit required, MS made it easy :
Right, and if you choose to not click the "fix it for me" button and fix it yourself, the instructions are to edit the registry.
Oh, I forgot to say I did choose for a reinstall. I will try again then, double-checking my BIOS settings. I will make a seperate thread about it if I need any additional support.
Registry editing is scary for some.
I figured it out. When setting it on [AHCI] in the BIOS, SATA Link Power Management had to be disabled.
P.S.: my Razer Imperator (having the double-click issue) from the inside, with the cable for the thumb buttons and the cover removed.
this is the fat chick in the sexy clubhouse XD
(i call it the leaning tower of Tera)
De-lidded i5 3570K:
Damn, Intel uses alot of paste it seems.
ha, no, that's my paste job, and it IS less than what Intel used.
Kinda messy too, since the lid slides around.
Ah I see. can you use like a rubber cement to kinda hold the lid in place so it does slide around? Hell I would think even a dab here and there of rtv would hold it in place yet allow you to remove it when needed. Just a very small dab will do
Is that ICD24?
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