post #41 of 96
8/25/05 at 12:55pm
Originally Posted by ramificatio
Honestly, I think the MSI MS-1029 looks damn good!
Now if they(MSI) could only get to the bottom of this memory issue people have started to find out about... If there is nothing they will do about it I don't see me orderning this computer. And will probably have to go with the Ferrari 4000 instead. If the MSI MS-1029 is only going to run the memory at DDR266 speeds when two sodimms are installed. That's just wrong... maybe 4 years ago it would be OK.
Originally Posted by Emotion
So basically you can't get 2GB running at 400MHz?!?! That's not good.... what about my Corsair XMS 2GB...., Maybe msi will release some bios or something to fix this.. Now I'm depress
|Industrial standards 7 dead pixels. We're different brand name for memory. Thanks|
Originally Posted by lordsavant
No they don't. But cyberpower claims that the "industry standard" is 7 dead pixels pixels. Dell's limit however is 5. Istnc does not ship products that have any dead pixels.
Just a comparison.
The people who answer cyberpower's e-mails don't write well. Basically I asked the guy:
-How many dead pixels is OK?
-What brand of memory is the "standard memory" used in MSI-1029?
|We're using alot of differents brand name like (Kingston, Corsair, Geil & OCZ). 7 dead pixels is for warranty replacement. When we ship out your order 0 dead pixel. Thanks|
----: I just had a quick question about dead pixels on laptops.
----: When you guys ship the laptop, do you guarentee that it will have 0 dead pixels?
Rick: We check them prior to shipping for zero dead pixels, then ship. Once the unit lands, if a pixel were to fail, it would fall under the ASUS dead pixel policy
----: Ah so when you guys ship, it has 0 dead pixels?