- Nov 19, 2007
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|Processor||Main: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 @ 3.7Ghz / Server: Q6600@ Stock|
|Motherboard||Main: Asus P5E @ Rampage Forumla / Server: P5K Deluxe|
|Cooling||Main: Thermalright 120 Ultra Extreme (8 x 120mm fans inc. PSU + 2 x 92mm fans.) / Server: Stock|
|Memory||Main: 4x2GB Gskill DDR2 1000Mhz / Server: 4x1GB Gskill DDR2 800Mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Main: 2GB 5870 Eyefinity 6 / Server: HD 4850|
|Storage||8 Internal (SATA) 2 External (USB). Total storage 5.4TB|
|Display(s)||Triple Dell 24" 2408WFP|
|Case||Main: Silverstone TJ07 / Server: Coolermaster Stacker 810|
|Audio Device(s)||Main: Auzentech Xmystique / Server: NI Rig Kontrol|
|Power Supply||Main: Coolermaster Realpower 850w Modular / Server Tagan 600W Modular|
|Software||Main: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit / Server: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit|
|Benchmark Scores||3D Mark 06 19.5k 3D Mark Vantage 12.5k Super PI 13.4s|
mabye you need to look in the mirror, everything you said there applies to you from our point of view..
Seriously, what are you even on about? What is it that I'm biased about? What am I misguided about? So, is it my opinion that vista only bsods when it's a hardware issue or I've overclocked too much? MAYBE It's just an opinion that it doesn't crash for me, maybe it actually DOES, but I'm so misguided that I'm convinced it doesn't. Is it my opinion that vista runs well and stable for me, ie, no crashes unless it's a hardware fault? That can never be an opinion, it either does or it doesn't. I'm not even against XP, i prefer vista, but I've used XP for years previously. I think your argument has got to the point that you don't actually where your influences from what you've read starts, and your opinion ends.
You need to back up onto a broom handle wrapped in coarse sand paper.