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post #1912 of 3836
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Originally Posted by NoGuru View Post
haha with HT i wonder how high you can get with only 1 core!

very nice
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Originally Posted by freakb18c1 View Post
haha with HT i wonder how high you can get with only 1 core!

very nice
I though about doing that but this was much harder to get. Thanks!
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post #1914 of 3836
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VERY nice No GURU!!!! Hey can someone tell me what these are:
What are these for? I have no idea.


    
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VERY nice No GURU!!!! Hey can someone tell me what these are:
What are these for? I have no idea.
This is what I found for the Patent # but not sure what it means,

Thermally enhanced memory module

United States Patent 7606034




A thermally enhanced memory module is claimed. The memory module includes a first extended electrical plane, and a thermal connection between a surface plane of its substrate and the first extended electrical plane. A first thermal management, such as a heat spreader, is coupled to the surface plane of the substrate and to the thermal connection.


And this from Corsair

About DHX Technology
Corsair's innovative new DHX Pro advances their patented DHX and DHX+ technology, adding parametric data measurement and reporting to the advanced capabilities already included. All DHX-based modules feature a custom-designed printed circuit board (PCB) and high-quality heatsinks to cool the front and rear of the memory ICs, as well as the PCB. The cooling fins on DHX+ and DHX Pro equipped modules can be removed, allowing for a range of modular cooling accessories. DHX and DHX+ designs are covered by US Patent number 7,606,034.
Edited by NoGuru - 1/2/11 at 3:47pm
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post #1916 of 3836
It's to connect to this stupid thing:



Review: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/368...kit/index.html
post #1917 of 3836
Hey Folks, I noticed several weeks ago that in device manager>IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers that channels 0 and 1 each show 5 instances under them. The problem that has my curiousity peaked is out of those 5 intances on the two channels four of the instances each show as working properly, with one instance on each showing as "unable to start".

Now I've been around for awhile, and maybe I missed the boat here, but I haven't been able to figure out whats up with this? Any thoughts??? I admit I'm a bit OCD, but I absolutely hate those little yellow exclamation points!


Edited by kmss1 - 1/3/11 at 3:49pm
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post #1918 of 3836
I just had a very strange occurance and I want to see if anybody else has experienced this: I allowed the OS to put the computer to sleep (hybrid sleep disabled) and when I came back an hour later to wake it it failed to function properly. It was in a frozen state that required a reboot.

The computer would not POST and the freeze post code showed 75 which is IDE devices. I shut it down completely and disconnected power while I removed the SATA connectors to the DVD and the secondary drive (SATA 7200rpm WD). I then tried booting and got the same thing.

At this point the only other thing that had been introduced lately was a usb hub that is part of my monitor, which was plugged into the combination usb 3.0 -2.0 port. I disconnected this usb hub (that has no usb ports in use) and rebooted and all is now good.

I offer this observation up because I just upgraded my BIOS to FC a couple of days ago and although it has been functioning great since then, and has both slept and rebooted several times with the usb hub connected, it made me very curious if the usb 3.0 compatibility issues have really been solved...
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post #1919 of 3836
Interesting. Seems to me Gigabyte boards have had a problem returning to Windows after they enter sleep mode although I have never experienced it I have read a lot of posts on this.
I know when OCing I use a lot of flash drives and after a hard reboot if I leave the USB Flash drive in it won't boot until I pull it.
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post #1920 of 3836
ya i had a few external drives that would cause it to hang and not boot, remove the external drives and boots fine.
    
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