Recent content by Retro Rex

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    New GPS Technology from Nike is a Winner

    That is an incredible expensive solution.
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    Looking for a cheap printer for college

    every college has a million really don't need your own. on your way to turn it in you stop at a lab and print it out.
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    Here's what I hate about RAID (maybe someone can change my mind)

    Well changing the partity drive is a bit of a hassle, but you never lose your parity. If another disk dies during the process, you can always throw your first parity drive back in and recover the failed drive. Also, seperate file systems are a pain for file sorting, but great for recovering...
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    Here's what I hate about RAID (maybe someone can change my mind)

    Check out unraid I have one and it rocks
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    wireless receiver

    Apple airport?
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    PCI switch card?

    Would be a cool thing to automate your apartment... I believe they are called relay cards
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    funniest pic ever

    Worst thread ever?
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    whats the champ.....AMD 64 or pentium M

    I think the better question is, which is better, a P-M laptop or a A64 Turion one?
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    Got a Qpack - happy, but temp sensor issues?

    Is it between the core and the heatsink? This would be bad.
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    Best Disk Configuartion for a Development Workstation...

    If you want the compile to go faster, put the source code on one disk and the complied output on another.
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    Can RAM just "go bad" after a few years?

    Everything goes bad eventually.
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    Won't boot after Arctic Silver 5

    In the words of the old ECW fans.. You F***ed up! You F***ed up! No worries man. Take it all apart and try again. Just cpu, memory, and video card. Out of the case. See if you can get it to boot.
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    Winbond showing error about -5 v

    The -5V is not used in modern systems.
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    SSD for the Masses "Unlike DRAM-based main memory, the iRam card doesn't lose data when the PC is switched off, said Thomas Chang, a product manager at Giga-byte. As long as the PC is plugged into a socket, a very small amount of current continues to run through...