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  1. Re: Intel Mobo "Burn-in" feature isn't childs play

    I see what you mean, TheGlassMan. I just opened up both of my computers and finally took a can of dust-off to them, almost choking on the clouds that came out. The fans looked no where near the...
  2. Re: Mobo specs want pc3200 2.5v ram, Am I stuck with cheap ram?

    Thanks atomic. I hadn't seen that ram before. But it is only 2.5v in the 512mb varieties. It would have been a little too much money ($30-$40 each)for me to buy 4 of those chips, so I just settled on...
  3. Re: Intel Mobo "Burn-in" feature isn't childs play

    I have the default cooler that came with the gateway machine, but yeah it's still weird. Your theory of a low default shutdown temp combined with my never having cleaned the dust out of my fans may...
  4. Re: Mobo specs want pc3200 2.5v ram, Am I stuck with cheap ram?

    Thanks in advance to all.
  5. Mobo specs want pc3200 2.5v ram, Am I stuck with cheap ram?

    I have a gateway 500gr and I want to upgrade to the best ram possible. PC 3200 is the best it can use (it has an 800mhz bus). The memory specs for the mobo say "2.5 V (only)", but what is lame is...
  6. Intel Mobo "Burn-in" feature isn't childs play

    For my first oc ever, I decided to use intel's burn-in option on my intel mobo. You just go to the bios, then advanced settings, then chipsets. It lets you oc your chip by up to 4%, or underclock it...
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