Don't get more than stock memory from dell. They charge about 3-4 times of what you would have to pay for the ram at some cheaper place. And as upgrading ram is really easy never ever invest in memory at dell.
Originally Posted by sneekgeek
Hold on, I'm not really understanding the debate then. Why would anyone get a Pentium4 over a Pentium-M? If the performance, heat, and battery life is better, what's the point of...
Originally Posted by chet90si
Hm...I was looking to do the same thing, but have already bought an Intel 730 (1.6mhz 533FSB).
Are you sure the chipset doesn't work like RAM? Like how if your computer only...
I don't want to push you into something you don't want to do, but if you can handle a screwdriver, have a little bit patience and know to touch something grounded before taking the i6000 apart it's just a few easy steps to take to have a...
Originally Posted by -=R00bin=-
WOW, 9800 eh? Thats pretty good...I think....Right? I read somewhere that the x1400 will only have 4 pixel piplines and 2 vertex shaders just like the x300, but with Pixel shader...
Originally Posted by sakor1
You are not 100% accurate... in actual fact the i6000 is configured with one of three chipset solutions. If the Celeron M is chosen, the 910GML solution is usually used which has...
First question would be:
Is your i6k one with integrated or dedicated graphics? Cause with integrated graphics you have no chance at all.
With dedicated graphics:
If you could find a card that would exactly
a) fit into the space the...
You call me rude?
Have a look at yourself.
Not everyone natively speaks/writes english.
And not everyone wants to install big brother ware.
And as you got the message my writing seems to be readable enough.
And yes, a forum is about...