ATT COULD do it, with a new build - its just that your build of ATT does not know how to properly read the card, and thus gives the incorrect data.
post #121 of 214
7/6/06 at 12:59pm
Originally Posted by DerekPowell
well to me there's a difference between warm and 70 C. Also, I'd rather not have to buy an extra device so that my laptop doesn't catch on fire, seems like that's the laptop's job to me.
anyone know if the asus a8jm (the notebook I really want) would be cooler?
Originally Posted by Prexus
I finally pulled the trigger and ordered the 5672 x1600 (128mb) yesterday after looking at all other notebooks on the market including the Asus s96j's.
Bottom line is that it's just a great deal! Anything else would cost $300-400 more minues some of the features included in 5672 such as bluetooth.
I ended up paying ~$1200 including a 3 year TotalProtection warrenty. So what if it gets warm and melts down, I'll get a replacement. I'm not a heavy gamer either so the x1600 128mb should run great compared to my old desktop running Athelon 1800+ and ATI 9550 256mb. Heck, the 5672 x1400 I tried already blew away my expectations.
Yeah, for about another $300, I could get an Asus from gentec or cyberpowerpc which is faster... but if they overheat and melt down 2 years from now, I'd be out of luck.
My new toy should be in my hands tomorrow night. Whoohoo. =)