Originally Posted by Alex_29
One last point : in the current manufacturer's setting, (during winter and when in idle mode) the cpu reaches 60 the fan starts, the cpu cools down to 45 C and then warms back to 60 C...
There may be another option, if you ask.
When I bought my notebook from PowerNotebooks 2 years ago I was in
a hurry. I live in Uruguay, South America and my boss was staying in Miami for a few more days. A wire transfer cost me $75 and...
Originally Posted by Bahama.Llama
That isn't necessarily true. It takes more effort for the fan to stop and go stop and go in relation for it to go once and to maintain that speed.
Maybe it could be compared...
I, like many others here, have recently found this cool utility called GetThermal
(by the way, who wrote it?? There's no credits, no docs, not even a web page)
I've been experimenting with it and have a question that can be...
On the outside, the new 3880 is exactly the same as the 3790 and 3760.
Where does the weight difference come from?
The 3760 & 3790 both seem to be "6.6Lbs With Battery"
The 3880 states : "7.9Lbs With...
Originally Posted by blackfirewolf
however it's already such a small chance that doubling it doesn't increase the risk a very large amount, however with two seperate drives; if one fails at least your other data...
Originally Posted by Turtle
Actually, with RAID 0, you get both the full capacity of both drives as well as a hefty increase in speed.
As a bonus, you duplicate your probability of a hard drive failure,...
it works on my old sager 4020... i spent 2 years looking for something like this!!
who wrote this?? he's a hero!
I coould have saved 2 hard disks if i had had this program before
now i really with for some helping...