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SuppA-SnipA

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  1. i say get the 890gxm, this site has recently done a review on it, check it out
  2. are you on the latest bios? if not, try updating the bios, do take precaution doing that. also, try using just one stick of ram, see what happens. is anything overclocked?
  3. needs some basic themes, not really liking the color scheme, too dark
  4. you could start increasing fsb from the current multiplier, and more vcore will be needed. then you will still have to adjust settings for the NB. (still reading on the new overclocking someone correct me if i'm wrong)
  5. hey guys, i'm taking CCNA 2 in college, and i'll tell you right now that you REALLY have to pay attention. there is just so much stuff. for me, the somewhat tricky part is VLSM (subnetting), but with practice one could do it in their sleep. the best way to study would be definitely from a paper book, however i study from Networking Academy on my computer, and it's somewhat tricky (can't highlight my monitor, can i?) for CCNA 1 - pay attention to the OSI model, and VLSM, network cabling, router commands, they are pretty much the key points, but do read everything. CCNA 2 - pay attention router commands (not a reprint), EIGRP and OSPF protocols, as they are more used now, you will learn about RIP and RIPv2, but thats just to give you an idea how protocols work, once you know RIP, you can forget about it. Finally, as my professor says, packet tracer sucks, its...ok, but its not the real thing. NDG has a very nice product that my school uses, i can access real routers from home / school, as long as a i book a time slot, the only virtual aspect of it are the computers, they are vmware images, check it out - http://www.netdevgroup.com/products/ae/. And now off to school to study for CCNA 2 final exam
  6. will be on the lookout for this ram at the usual stores i go to
  7. eist handles the vcore, which decreases when the cpu mhz goes down
  8. it'll be good. theres a lot of talk about bottlenecks, but i say the only time u'd have one is if you were running a single core cpu
  9. do not use ccleaner, avoid it, it has caused me many registry troubles, especially in vista fire antivirus i recommend kaspersky, its not free but its worth it. i got it for $30. or avast, which is free. Spybot and adaware is also great for spyware stuff
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    CD ISO's

    nero 7 was a hell of a stable version. for cds i burn at 32x, and dvd 4 - 12x try imgburn too
  11. no, 2x512, no onboard video either..
  12. i think he'd want tri sli.. compare clock and memory speeds to determine the faster card. read some reviews on the cards, from various sites as well.
  13. yes its safe to go a bit higher, monitor the temperatures, and back down the OC when you are getting errors in OCCT. dont use that ai overclock tool, manually punch in the numbers. so u have to be sure which number / setting does exactly what
  14. from what i've heard, u are outside ur limits. and considering your weird ram setup, consisting of a 1gb stick and a 512mb stick, both from different manufacturers, im not surprised its not reading it correctly
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