Originally Posted by -=Woody=-
See if you can find a display of the same size and look at the resolution. 1920x1200 can be too much (or rather, too little) for some. I have the 1440x900, for work to keep my...
Originally Posted by roybean
My only real question is which screen resolution to go with, the 1920x1200 or 1440x900? Any thoughts?
I would recommend the 1920x1200 - its a better resolution, and...
Originally Posted by notebook_ftw
From what I've read, the main problem with any Windows is the fact that it is built on the archaic NT technology, which was originally developed back in 1991 or...
Originally Posted by inertiadriftsc
The construction of previous microsoft operating systems(including XP) was fundamentally flawed in the way they handled many things, especially graphics. The main operating...
Originally Posted by SolApathy
XP Service pack 2 will only recognize about 3GB of memory (it's a security fix issue) The original XP & SP1 recognize the entire 4GB....
Could you briefly explain...
Originally Posted by gomefun2
(lol the screen is 21inch and is sxga )
That was my thought on seeing it. I mean,why bother? Lookslike its meant as a TV replacement-low res and you sit further back...
Originally Posted by FlashSVT
Prices for Intel's Merom CPUs (US$ prices for 1,000-unit lots)
Do you have a handy table of current Yonah prices, for comparison?
Big jump between 2.16 and 2.33. Poor...
Originally Posted by jgilbs
the expresscard is the mobile version of the pci-e slot. PCI-e is limited to 1.5Gb/s per channel(I believe. and a single slot can have up to 16 channels...aka x16). Conventional PCI...
Originally Posted by uclajd
Thanks GM, even if you did already answer this via PM.
How 'bout some benches on that thing?
That would be very helpful, since the gains seem to depend on what the...