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DP67BG Motherboard by Robert Brereton
I have just rebuilt my PC using a DP67BG board along with a i5 2500k cpu and 8Gb 1600 RAM (2 x4GB sticks Crucial Ballistix). I had a problem getting windows 7 Pro 64 bit to install, it would fail at the unpacking files stage. I ended up taking one of the memory sticks out leaving 1 x 4Gb in...
June 22nd 11 10:08 PM
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Will CPU receive all the IPI without any missing? by Steven Zhou
Hi All, CPC (Cross Processor Call) in our project is implemented based on IPI. It means if CPU A wants CPU B to do something, CPU A should call an CPC interface to issue an IPI to CPU B. Then CPU B will call some function which was desired by CPU A. When I read the code of the implementation of...
June 12th 11 04:06 AM
by Robert Myers Go to last post
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Major PC hardware failure by Puddin' Man
Greetings, I built a pc around Pentium cpu, Intel D865GVHZ board, Antec case/PS back in '06. Have been running it about 16 hours/day ever since. Whilst running a backup Sunday, I heard a constant little tic-tic, tic-tic, tic-tic sound, looked down to find Speedfan registered about 74 C., then...
June 7th 11 09:00 PM
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SSD: How much space for cache? by Craig Coope
Hi, I'm about to set up an HDD and an SSD with Intel Smart Response Technology. My SSD is 60Gig and I only bought it for the ISRT purpose. My question is: Do I need to allocate the whole SSD for the cache? Or would it be a waste of 60gig? Should I allocated 20gig and use the remaining for other...
June 1st 11 01:46 AM
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Intel's new 3D transistors will leave competiton for dead by Bill Davidsen
Yousuf Khan wrote: On 11-05-13 11:03 AM, Nomen Nescio wrote: This is one of the biggest breakthroughs in integrated circuits since I don't know when. In 2020 we will have the equivalent of a pizzabox cluster rack on a single package the size of today's i7. Mind-boggling...
May 28th 11 04:33 AM
by Yousuf Khan[_2_] Go to last post
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AMD Bulldozer - arrives what decade? by Kulin Remailer
I know some peoples are already beta testing the buggers but the release date seems to slip a quarter every month or so..............................................
May 28th 11 04:21 AM
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Intel's new 3D transistors will leave competiton for dead by Robert Myers
On May 15, 9:57*pm, Yousuf Khan wrote: On 15/05/2011 1:07 PM, Robert Myers wrote: It's true. *No one knows how any particular technology will play out. I'm sure that IBM and Global Foundries will eventually build the technological equivalent of tri-gate...
May 25th 11 01:39 AM
by Robert Myers Go to last post
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Intel coolers - where to find specifications by Orson Cart
Ghostrider " 00 wrote: IIRC, one has to to go through the site for the specific CPU in order to find the specifications for the coresponding HSF's. Moreover, these may not be the most satisfactory HSF's that can be purchased. Some of the after-market, OEM HSF's are significantly superior...
April 29th 11 01:28 PM
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vmware only uses hardware assist on intel? by Robert Myers
http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/VMware_paravirtualization.pdf "Due to high hypervisor to guest transition overhead and a rigid programming model, VMwares binary translation approach currently outperforms first generation hardware assist implementations in most circumstances. The rigid programming...
April 12th 11 07:48 PM
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how can a newer processor have worse L1 cache? by Robert Myers
On 4/6/2011 9:17 AM, Anne Onime wrote: I have seen many peoples castigating the Prescott compared to the Northwood P4. We had a stretch of rainy days, so I tested some old PCs - I had a draw full of Pentium IVs to swap in them. One benchmark for L1 latency came out thus: Northwood 2...
April 10th 11 08:19 PM
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Commodore Announces New Commodore64, VIC & Amiga Computers (thisis not a recycled news header from the 1980's) by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Commodore Announces New Commodore64, VIC Computers | News & Opinion | PCMag.com "Commodore, the legendary brand that helped drive home computing with an emphasis on entertainment, has opened a Web store where consumers can buy a modernized Commodore 64 and two new versions of the VIC, now...
April 8th 11 12:23 AM
by Joe Pfeiffer Go to last post
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What is the maximum clock rate given the state of today's technology?~ by GreenXenon
~Hi: What is the maximum physically-possible clock rate of a 1-bit-per-cycle, single-core, purely-serial processor? Thank a bunch, Green Xenon
March 28th 11 02:23 AM
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AMD Fusion is not even a joke, it's a teeny-weeny snivel andwhimper by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
On 20/03/2011 9:55 AM, Anne Onime wrote: If they were a Japanese company, they would have killed themselves out of shame years ago. Okay, nice to hear, that was random. Yousuf Khan
March 24th 11 11:57 PM
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Sandybridge problem by Robert Brereton
Does anyone know if Intel are shipping boards with the 'fixed' chips yet? Bob
March 16th 11 04:41 AM
by ED Go to last post
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Looking for MCS-51™ Macro Assembler User's Guide, Publication number 9800937, Intel Corporation by Karl M. Auer
Hello, does somebody has a PDF-Link for "MCS-51™ Macro Assembler User's Guide, Publication number 9800937, Intel Corporation" - or knows somebody who sells a paper version? regards, Karl
March 8th 11 04:08 PM
by Karl M. Auer Go to last post
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New Itanium info by Bill Davidsen
Some new Itanium info is out, http://goo.gl/vBg63 gives details on the eight core 32nm version of the chip just announced.
March 5th 11 04:39 AM
by Robert Myers Go to last post
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SATA III - is it going to immprove anything? by Shaun
I was reading specs on hard drive, specifically data transfer rates and it looks like they're much lower than even the SATA II maximum data transfer rates, so why did they come out with SATA III? .... or have I read something wrong?
March 3rd 11 11:47 PM
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dg31pr and vt by gg
looks like dp31pr does not support vt fully as windows 2008 x64 complained it could not add the hyper-v feature as the required VT was not enabled or not supported by mainboard. Is there a setting BIOS I missed? On the other hand, Virtual server machines seem able to use hardware assist
March 3rd 11 05:30 AM
by Natalie Portman Go to last post
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'Sophisticated' armed robbers hit Fremont high-tech company by Intel Guy
Technically, this is not directly about Intel, but I guess it could have just as easily happened to them... ? From Unigen's website: ======================= Unigen Corporation, founded in 1991, is a leader in the design and manufacture of OEM memory, DC-DC power converter, wired and...
March 1st 11 04:00 PM
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Intel's CPU naming is effed up by Robert Myers
On Feb 22, 9:41*am, Anonymous wrote: they bought out the i5/i3 and also a mutation of i7, what is really closer to i5. they shoulda called it i5+ maybe? And Pentium, FFS! We got the Pentium dual, what was really a crippled Core2 (not the old Pentium D...
February 25th 11 01:21 PM
by Jim[_31_] Go to last post
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