You felt like posting this thrice times because it makes you feel fuzzy inside ?
Anyways, that's pretty cool.
BTW, can I post this in the two other threads, cause I'm as excited as you are about these drives .
The Pentium M's are built to resist to heat pretty well actually.
I don't know exact figures, but 50's to 60's are quite common.
I wouldn't worry too too much, you should see what other people with a similar configuration have as...
Originally Posted by smilepak
1) If the sensor is faulty, the battery will be charging non-stop in the past 3 months, thus caused a high amount of wear and tear in the battery and quickly diteroate the battery....
Originally Posted by g2p07
DZ from www.NoteBookForums.ca who also works at www.canadasys.com
He said that ASUS told him there were going to be three demo models for all North America. They...
Not sure about the RAM, but that looks like pretty good prices.
No, the heatsink comes with a small pad on it which is supposed to transfer the heat.
I'm not really sure it does that good of a job so you might want to pick up some AS5...
www.canadasys.com seems like a pretty good online store.
Shipping is a flat $40 for laptops.
They also respond very quickly to e-mails.
Just e-mail them what you would like, and they should e-mail you back with a price.
From what I've read, the 1.6 and 1.7 have a 100% success rate.
There is only one case of the 1.8 working, 1Cent has it. Most likely, it had failed Intels tests to brand it a 2.0.
I am going to be ordering a Z71v soon, and I'm going...