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  1. I have both the old and new psp. Both can be hacked. But if you're past the 3.71 firmware, then it's pretty much impossible. If you are lower, you can use the PANDORA's BATTERY to set you firmware to the base firmware, which can hacked... Check out my other site: pspgweber.com
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    haha. I have a PC and a Laptop posted near each other too
  3. Yep, 6GB is needed. I can use up to 16GB. This was cheap layout. And I utilize all of the ram. So I'm happy with it.
  4. Oh, okay. I understand that. "Double". And yeah, about my config. Do I move the RAM around, or what's wrong with it? I use alot of RAM for Sonar 7 (x64) and FL Studio, and a couple MIDI controllers all running at the same time. And I'm running XP x64, which can use it all, and it is. I just wanted to make sure I'm utilizing it to its standard capacity.
  5. I have 6.0 Gbs of RAM, as you can see in my specs. I'm trying to figure out why it only states that I'm using 400 Mhz of the RAM, when I am for sure it used 800 Mhz. Am I just wrong or is this something I need to change in the bios? I attached pics from CPU-Z and My Computer properties. All ram is the same brand (corsair, the best), all 4 slots are filled (1gb, 1gb, 2gb, 2gb). Nothing has been changed in the bios besides boot order; I leave everything at default setting. These are the four sticks I have: http://www.newegg.com/product/product.aspx...N82E16820145590 http://www.newegg.com/product/product.aspx...N82E16820145184 Both are DDR2 800Mhz. Thanks.
  6. The intake fan no coming with it not really a con. Good case overall IMO;
  7. This is an excellent cooler. Cools the crap out of my 6400+ OCed at 3.5 mhz.
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