glad you got it. :thumb:
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glad you got it. :thumb:
i have never had a lot of faith in 3rd party software like that.
i would look in device manager to see if there is anything that doesn't have a driver and go from there.
i know you can get win 10...
win 10 will supply adequate drivers to get you up and running.
life been good?
been testing 10 since october and had a good idea of what to expect. works much better
on my 2in1 than the 8.1. night and day shall we say. one win 7...
without wasting our time dissecting microsoft's thinking, let's just say it leaves me
scratching my head. :scratch: :p
this article pretty much sums it up for the moment. time will only tell.
Windows 10 Automatic Updates Start Causing Problems
have you set it up outside the case on a non-conductive surface?
maybe this will help.
thanks for taking the time to post that. bookmarked :D
#1 aggravated the ...... :) .. out of me when i first started testing back
in october and shut it off. i will try your method next install....
plenty of life and usefulness for the older hardware. i set up a friend last year with a linux based setup. he's on permanent disability and never had a pc. he told me just the other day how he's now...
that temp number comes up several times on a google search i made. i doubt that high temp is something new.
someone says it's a north bridge sensor.?. it could be a badly written algorithm in the...
since i don't have a $ limit.....:)
whatever 500w psu that fits your budget
except rainmax and coolmax!
psu rating source
here are a couple 2x4gig kits under $50.
it would be helpful for a working budget.
i'm not a gamer but i do see a couple of weak spots for any build.
you want a dual memory kit at 1600mhz.
it would be helpful if you would list your parts in your sig area.
what will your new pc be used for?
btw: i have that board scheduled to be delivered tomorrow. no fx cpu as of...
see what this says.
i've seen the gigabyte recommended elsewhere and it comes with 8+2 phase.
it would be helpful for a little more info on what your current and future usage is.
it's general not necessary to do anything but install the new card and run the latest official driver package.
not knowing exactly what vidcard you have, 70c is not exceptionally hot.
i would start running ubuntu trial install. http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/try-ubuntu-before-you-install see if it...
was just thinking of you a couple of days ago while refreshing my memory regarding am2 processors.
undersea alert "560"
ohh! what fun we had. :shake:
my two 24/7 rigs...
tested against superpi, the 140 would be faster clock for clock. 3370mhz was the best i got out of my 6000 windsor in a nf590 mb.
in most cases, no.
then there is cpuz to check to see if the timings are correct.
look at the hard drive. it more than likely has a standard sata power and data connection.
there is also a check box in task manager to show all users. you may need to tick that to show the ram...