Originally Posted by JaxChris
spending millions of dollars more on their already VERY expensive conversion - just to stop less than 1/10 of a percent of their CPU users from overclocking - isn't really something...
Originally Posted by dellbert
Well, I'm not sure what the point is of speculating one way or the other. But I would like to get my hands on a desktop mobo that supports Core Duo. I have no doubt that these...
Originally Posted by littlebit
I would like to get a new printer, one that will print labels directly onto the cd's and DVD's they make for this. Any suggestions for this?? I Would also like it to print great...
Originally Posted by RMHOP81
here's a little taste of what you will be getting soon. http://img230.imageshack.us/my.php?image=454550ur.jpg
For all that expensive hardware, that's one fine computer table...
Originally Posted by sprockett
I was originally gonna get a 2405, but why not get 2x 2005fpw for less than 1x 2405fpw?
Will you be able to see 3 entirely different images on the two monitors and the...
Originally Posted by aibal
SuperPi went from (1M)39 seconds to 28 seconds!
When I first read this I couldn't believe the numbers, then I figured that the SuperPi algorithm must be multi-processor aware,...
Originally Posted by GS Jon
Well, this goes to confirm that Solo users can upgrade to Duo without any hassle whatsoever. Thanks for the info, and congrats on the upgrade!
That make sense!!! I remember...
Originally Posted by Option
Like little blue or red light coming through? I'd buy a laptop for that feature alone.
A startup out of Russia will be offering an OLED keyboard. Every key has a...