I am holding on installing SP2 because there are numerous report that it WILL BREAK BLUETOOH SOFTWARE.
I use BT extensively (mouse, PocketPC, Nokia 6600 phone) so I am wary of installing SP2. As a matter of fact, I use a USB BT...
I thought my 9100 have 800 Mhz FSB (Front Side Bus), but when I ran MemTest86, this is what is shown:
CHIPSET: Intel i848 / i865
FSB : 199 Mhz
RAM: 199 Mhz (DDR398)
CAS: 3-3-3-8 / Dual Channel (128-bit)
Also, is the RAM supposed...
Originally Posted by rogueone
yup that's the part number.
I have only found it at www.pcprogress.com and www.spartantech.com, which appear to be, if not the same company, the same distributor. I even called...
If I may chirp in, my 9100 with ATI 9700 can run Doom 3, Battlefield Vietnam, Desert Combat, Americas Army and BF1942 with medium / high settings at around 30-50 fps (depending on the game). This is WITHOUT OVERCLOCKING.
FYI, I have heard that SP2 WILL cause issue with existing BT Software.
Check out this article: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?ContentId=3163.
(It deals with PDA BT connection to WinXP SP2, but it's still relevant)
Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering.
When I was playing Splinter Cell, turning on the above caused the main character to GLOW like a christmas tree (I kid you not!). Ubisoft tech. support said that's a known problem in some video...
Just a quick note: if you buy memory NOT from Crucial or Dell themselves, watch the MEMORY VOLTAGE. If the replacement memory have voltage higher than 2.6, it may cause problem. See my other thread on this.