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What is the difference between a ipod touch and a iphone? by Triarma[_9_]
I bought my husband an iphone for xmas but I don't want to just wrap it up and give it to him. Any special ideas? ________________ 'desbloquear iphone' (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s0Mfsnyfvw) 'unlock iphone' (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNIldpkcqSY) 'simlock iphone'...
October 23rd 09 01:42 PM
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Can someone help ? by Triarma[_2_]
I am wondering if it would be worth waiting and line and ebaying an iphone. What do you think? How much do you think they will be going for? ________________ 'unlock iphone 3gs' (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBoMmqEIsGk)
October 19th 09 03:13 PM
by Intel Guy[_2_] Go to last post
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Inventor of the USB on Conan by Jim[_31_]
Conan interviewed Ajay Bhatt tonight. The guy from the commericial is an actor (why?) so we get to meet the real Ajay. He said would help the inventor of FireWire. Should be up on Hulu later.
October 12th 09 07:56 AM
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PCpro benchmarks the i7-920xm by Bill Davidsen
I thought this might be of interest, the chip doesn't seem to be available at the usual places yet, but it certainly produces good results. http://www.pcpro.co.uk/blogs/2009/09/18/intel-core-i7-for-laptops-first-review/
October 4th 09 02:14 PM
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New Intel chips out by Bill Davidsen
Newegg has some new i7-800 and i5-700 chips, and boards. New socket, screw compatibility. Looks like only four max SIMMs not six like i7-900 series, and no L2 cache size shown in specs, just L3 and some market babble about advanced voodoo memory and power allocation. Only interesting feature is...
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September 28th 09 02:47 AM
by Robert Myers Go to last post
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Rest Bios? by Grendal[_10_]
I have a Dell Dimension 2400 with a suspected bias problem. When I turn on the computer I see the Dell splash screen (jittery) and then a message saying my drives cannot be found. But when I hit F1 to "continue" the drives are found and my XP Pro works perfectly. I used a floppy to attempt to...
August 31st 09 03:21 AM
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Vista Ultimate 64 bit by wildseed
I am running an Intel Core 2 Quad 2.83 GHz CPU with 4 GB DDR3 ram with RAID 0 disks (2 ) .Whilst the speed of the machine is very impressive I am so disappointed with that junk operating system from MS (Vista Ultimate 64 bit). It is so buggy and stupid. I am going back to XP 32 bit. What a waste...
August 31st 09 01:50 AM
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I think the answer is no but ...... by Jim
I'm in the very early stages at looking at building a new rig and for my needs onboard video would be enough for me and I'm wondering do any X58 chipset boards come with onboard video? As I say I think the answer is no but wanted to run it past you guys first
August 20th 09 11:44 PM
by Robert Myers Go to last post
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Hot, Hot Prescott by Wilfred Xavier Pickles
I have a little desktop system built around an Intel D865GVHZ (socket-478) motherboard with a Celeron 345 3.06GHz Prescott cpu. W2k sp4, speedfan, cpuz, AVG, Kerio, AdAware, Spybot S&D, etc. Like all Prescott-core cpu's, it's always run hot. I had to uninstall Intel Active Monitor as the alarms...
August 15th 09 09:05 PM
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What are the practical (or real) advantages of Intel VT and TxTtechnology (Q8200 vs Q9300) ? by Intel Guy
With regard to, say, the following 2 processors: Q8200 and Q9300 The 8200 is listed as not having Intel "virtualization technology" nor Intel "Trusted execution technology". What are the implications of not having those two technologies for a desktop developer system running 64-bit XP-pro with...
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August 10th 09 08:12 PM
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Q6600 stepping by pacca[_3_]
What is the difference between Q6600 B6 stepping and Q6600 Go stepping,I'm confused Intel processor ID utility shows B6 stepping and cpu-z shows GO stepping.I know Go overclocks better.Thanks
August 5th 09 02:15 PM
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Intel P9700 versus E8000, T900 processor architecture by John Goche
Hello, Could anyone please explain the difference between the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P9700 with Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology and the older E8000, T9000 processors which Intel has published in its free assembly language programming books?
July 20th 09 12:07 AM
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Intel makes arguing and getting into disputes easier by Yousuf Khan
I'm not sure how this relates to their main business model. Maybe it's a new business model? Intel has created a new Firefox add-in that let's you see disputed claims on websites and go to websites with their counterclaims. Here's where to find the add-in:...
June 23rd 09 12:17 AM
by krw[_5_] Go to last post
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CFP: Optical SuperComputing Workshop 2009 by optical supercomputing
CFP: Optical SuperComputing Workshop 2009 2nd International Workshop on Optical SuperComputing in Bertinoro (OSC09) November 18-20, Bertinoro, Italy http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~dolev/OSC09 SCOPE:
June 22nd 09 06:32 AM
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Intel's high-end 'Larrabee' on Par With GeForce GTX 285 by parallax-scroll
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-larrabee-nvidia-geforce,7944.html quote: "According to one close Intel partner that wished not to be named, this isn't the case. We were told that Larrabee is currently only capable of performance levels similar to Nvidia's GeForce GTX 285. While this isn't...
June 10th 09 02:41 AM
by John Lewis Go to last post
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Power Consumption of a P31/E5200 by Ed Light
For anyone who's interested, I've got a new P31, E5200, and Radeon 4670 with 4 GB of memory. I tested the power consumption. It's on an Antec Earthwatts 380. Idle in bootitng boot manager 96W Idle in Windows 67
June 7th 09 06:45 AM
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I'm back, did you miss me? by Judd
Thought so
June 5th 09 09:33 PM
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Intel fined $1.5 billion by EU competition authority by Robert Myers
On May 20, 12:04*am, Yousuf Khan wrote: Nothing is up, it was just people who call themselves experts who are now discredited. Whatever you say, Yousuf. You get the last word. Robert.
May 20th 09 01:07 PM
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Intel RAID by Eddie Carle
I'm trying to put together a server that's primary purpose will be a GNU/Linux MySQL server. Here is the specs I've decided on... - 1 x SR2520SAXSRNA - Case/motherboard - 1 x BX80574E5440P/A - Xeon E5440 (active or passive cooled?) - 8 x KVR667D2D4F5/2GI - Ram (16GB total) - 4 x ST3146856SS -...
May 17th 09 04:25 PM
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the world's largest semiconductor by onnakhanam
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC; SEHK: 4335) is the world's largest semiconductor company and the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors found in most personal computers. Intel was founded on July 18, 1968, as Integrated Electronics Corporation and based in Santa Clara, California, USA....
May 17th 09 10:35 AM
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