Asus M2N-CM matx
4GB of Corsair DDR2
Samsung SATA 7200 drive
Currently running the onboard graphics but I've been given a Gigabyte GTX 560Ti
It doesn't appear that my board will handle AM3 CPUs and if I'm gonna go mobo+cpu+all I might as well go SB?
I'm not really on a budget. I just tend to do these things in stages :p
So my AM2 board will support AM3 chips? If it needs a BIOS flash then so be it. If so then the 640 looks quite reasonable (I'm UK btw so the newegg links don't mean a lot to me!).
I want to upgrade my CPU from the above (to some triple / quad goodness) but don't know what my board can handle. Board is an Asus M2N-CM matx that I want to keep for now.
What's the best proc it can run? Can I trust...
Since I've put my 12x burner in a new machine, Nero refuses to burn at full speed. It just says "Can only write at 2x instead of 12x to current disc".
I know it's not the media or Nero cos I used both in my old machine. I'm thinking maybe it's the IDE cable but I've swapped it out with others...
Two 5 1/4 floppies
We later got another one identical except it had a 20MB hard disk.
Still got the one with the hard disk and salvaged one of the floppy drives out of the older one.
2500+ Barton now :D
I've just acquired a PVR250 and I'm trying out the different capture formats. What do you guys record in? MPEG1 VCD? 2MB/S MPEG2? SVCD? I'm looking to record and archive to CDR.
Trying to get a good balance between quality and file size since I don't have the largest HDD in the world.
I'm looking for some software that will enable me to broadcast low bitrate streaming video.
I've looked around the MS Windows Media site but i'm not sure what to get. I want something that uses WMP but is relatively version independent (I use 6.4, clients wil use allsorts!).