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Originally Posted by boonie2 View Post
Thats great but you have 1 too many pins for this group lol
LOL!

I know, I just got a little excited with the PII 940 and thought I should share it with my friends from the 939 club.

And I do belong to this group.



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Heck I'd buy 4 sticks if mushkin would honor $80.00 worth of rebate...
They usually dont, because most of the time its not Mushkin that actually runs that deal, its some outside company.

Most rules are 1 rebate per item, per household, per family. But theres easy ways around that. I did that w/ my video cards. I had my father in law order one for me, different last names, different addresses.
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The actual IT guy did that. He also thought that shutting down computers at night was a bad idea because it would shorten the life span of the computer. Whatever.
You are correct but in the past he would have been correct. In the old days 90% of hard drives wear happened upon spinning up and down. the heads float on an airstream.
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So I will know by tomorrow night what all survived my PSU dying on me.
I've seen hundreds of power supply failures and never lost a component. I even have a motherboard that got a trace fried and repaired it. 1/2 an inch of copper and a steady hand is all it took. Someday I'll dig it up and post a pic for you guys.
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You are correct but in the past he would have been correct. In the old days 90% of hard drives wear happened upon spinning up and down. the heads float on an airstream.
When teh 80's? Ive been using computers for a long time, and from my personal experience, Ive found that leaving them on all the time is actually worse than shutting them down when not in use. Even with my playstations or Sega genesis. But this is just my experience, as Ive have never had a HDD fail yet, knock on wood. And that includes my vintage macplus 13mb external HDD . All of my HDD's work to this day.
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I lack a null monitor cable to disable cross-fire and load up a client on each.
If it'll increase your ppd I'll make one for you, Just a simple loopback I would assume. Do you have a link for your card?

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If you are running GeForce 181.22 with a pair of 9800 GTs and an 8800 GS, you can run all three cards for F@H. (Supposedly.)
Some say the shader count matters but from what I've heard from reliable folders is all that matters is the GPU cores must match. Otherwise the non-primary card will take a large hit (probably due to un-coordinated drivers).

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For some weird reason, DFI decided to do 16x/16x/4x rather than the more-customary 16x/8x/8x.
PCI-E 1x has enough bandwidth not to bottleneck F@H console.

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When teh 80's? Ive been using computers for a long time, and from my personal experience, Ive found that leaving them on all the time is actually worse than shutting them down when not in use. Even with my playstations or Sega genesis. But this is just my experience, as Ive have never had a HDD fail yet, knock on wood. And that includes my vintage macplus 13mb external HDD . All of my HDD's work to this day.
LOL, My point exactly! Most IS managers got their CE degree in the 70's! :eeK: And alot of them don't even bother to keep up with the curve. It actually is impossible now, You must specialize.

JEBUS! I take 1 day off and this thread throws out 3 pages!!!! If I go to see my Ma in February for a month like I want to I'll have to spend 2 months just to catch up!!!!!!
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JEBUS! I take 1 day off and this thread throws out 3 pages!!!! If I go to see my Ma in February for a month like I want to I'll have to spend 2 months just to catch up!!!!!!
Hueristic is this guy taking hits from the bong??? Now you know how I felt when I was gone during December for three weeks. I did not even count the pages. There were to many. I just cut the losses and jumped back in on the last page posted since my absence...
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Hueristic is this guy taking hits from the bong??? Now you know how I felt when I was gone during December for three weeks. I did not even count the pages. There were to many. I just cut the losses and jumped back in on the last page posted since my absence...
fUNNY THING IS IF YOU MET ME YOU WOULD THINK i WAS A pOTHEAD, mY HAIR IS DOWN TO MY ARS AND MY BEARD DOWN TO MY CHEST. bUT i HAVEN'T SMOKED (WELL NOT ENTIRELY ) SINCE i WENT IN THE mARINES 24 YEARS AGO!!!

Sumbichin caps lock!!! One reason I hates fishing my keyboard out!!!!

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fUNNY THING IS IF YOU MET ME YOU WOULD THINK i WAS A pOTHEAD, mY HAIR IS DOWN TO MY ARS AND MY BEARD DOWN TO MY CHEST. bUT i HAVEN'T SMOKED (WELL NOT ENTIRELY ) SINCE i WENT IN THE mARINES 24 YEARS AGO!!!

Sumbichin caps lock!!! One reason I hates fishing my keyboard out!!!!

I use to endulge back in highshcool that's prolly why my spelling is so bad... but I had to get a hair cut and a real job. So off with the hair they say... now I look like a normal joe. BTW I am not cracking remarks abut txtmastrjoe. You know the expression Plain jane/joe... Any way. So off toppic. I guess the moral of the story is don't puff puff give give and work on your 939's or something will end up in smoke...
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