I'm interested in picking up a snapcover for my i9300. I've got a few different interests, price dependant on what you have and condition.
1) XPS cover....the one you can put 8.5 x 11 pictures into.
Originally Posted by neoire
Like I said, I have a desktop now to game with, so the performance doesn't really matter to me. 7800 is around 350, and I'm not so willing to pay that much. I didn't see any 6800's on...
Good thread... This is one of the questions I've always wanted to ask, but never got around to.
It seems about 50/50 on leaving in and taking out.
Where the i9300 has a foot on the end of the battery, I've always left it in, so...
Originally Posted by Doughy
been up to the hospital as my mum is very poorly again , she doesnt look good but i have to keep hoping she gets better.
I'll throw up a prayer for her...having a family...
Originally Posted by TurbodTalon
I looked around, and you could throw a 6800 in there. I even saw an ATI x300 for like $35. Depends on if you're gonna be gaming or not. The 7800's are still a bit pricey, it's...
Originally Posted by Lyubomir23
ya on the processor itself say T7600G
but in everest ultimate edition you can see on the CPUID
if is T7600G:
Microcode Update Revision is C7
if is T7600:
Originally Posted by anettis
I doni't see why people even both with the MediaDirect gimmick. In theory is sounds like a slick idea but in practice 1) it appears to boot a scaled down version of Windows and some...