I've noticed ECC is supported on this chip: http://ark.intel.com/products/71073/Intel-Celeron-Processor-G1620-2M-Cache-2_70-GHz
Has anyone tried using this with a Supermicro or other server oriented board? Or a desktop board supporting ECC?
I'm looked to use this for a FreeNAS update.
Hey guys! I wanted to get some feedback and possible performance tips for two VM systems I have in the works.
1. Kubuntu + QEMU/KVM
This machine is at work with me, and primarily is being used for MS cert work. I'm trying to get through Server 2008 certs, and since I am more of a hands on...
Alright all, I've Googled, searched, and tested a bunch of stuff, but I've come up disappointed for the most part. I was a long time Jukefly user (www.jukefly.com), but it looks like they were purchased, and a short time after the agent/software started to go south, to the point it's no longer...
I've messed with this a few times now, and every time I go through it, I get more and more frustrated with the fact there isn't an easier way to do something so simple.
Mounting SMB shares, which are quite prevalent and used by many, should not be so difficult.
Modifying fstab, while...
Trying to get linux onto an iBook a buddy had laying around. OSX is gone and the machine might have some issues. So far I've tried Arch, Ubuntu, and Fedora. The SuperDrive (haha, yeah right...) seems to have issues with DVDs.
Arch-doesn't find the CD once you go to choose packages-netinstall...
Just bought the following today, as I am tired of dual booting:
AMD Athlon II X4 620
ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO
2GB Kingston DDR3 1333
Cooler Master 330 Elite
Corsair 400W 400CX
WD 320GB AAKS
Sony Optiarc DVD-RW
Going to install Ubuntu 9.10, unless something better comes my way. What do you guys...
Ok fellas, here is the deal. I have the 500W Antec Basiq, which has a 6 pin PCI-E and 4 pin P4 connector. I need an 8 pin CPU connect, and could easily obtain a connector.
Here's the question-I won't need the PCI-E connector-ever. Can I make an 8 pin connector out of the PCI-E and P4 wiring?
I just scored this chip:
Now I need a motherboard. Something cheap preferably.
I think this might work...
Dealing with some issues and I'm trying to get some information. Basically I'm seeing disk messages in the event viewer, informing me there are bad blocks (multiple servers/disks). There are a few things I can't seem to find answers for:
1. Are the bad block errors Windows/NTFS remapping the...
I washed my 3rd Gen 8gb iPod today. Came back from a camping trip and forgot it was in my cargo pocket.
Anyone have experience with this? Do they come back after drying out for a while? (My Canon SD800 was left in the rain on this trip and still works)
All in all a bad trip for my...
A month or so ago I scrapped and sold my 939 Opteron system, and using my 3600 Brisbane system built a new one.
Basically it's just a processor swap, but it'll be a good 500MHz jump over the Opteron. I do lose the L2 cache however (from 1M each to 512M).
Shot of the proc and...
Pretty simple, yes or no? If you have, please post details.
FYI...this is just an information gathering thread. This is not to bash or promote AMD. Let's keep it neutral and straight to the subject-whether or not you have experienced TLB errors. THAT'S IT.
After seeing (cf)Eclipse's OC of the 5000 Black Ed. I'm wondering about my current setup/situation and what I can do to get more out of it.
I currently have available at my disposal:
1x Opty 170 in an Asus A8N-SLI
1x 3600 Brisbane in an Abit NF-M2 nView
1x 3600 Brisbane in a Biostar Tforce...
Got my XFX card today, installed it with all the stock cooling still on it to test it, and while it works fine in 2D/Desktop, it makes a horrible screeching/buzzing sound in 3D. No artifacts or anything, but during changes and movement the sound changes...trying to talk to XFX support now.
So I buy this thing, hook it up at work to get some tunes, and of course it updates the firmware. Everything works great.
I get home and attempt to load more songs onto it. Delete it from the work library and try to sync it with the home-it does this on its own-but I know it won't happen...
Found this in Event Viewer, Application:
SYMANTEC TAMPER PROTECTION ALERT
Target: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
Event Info: Set Information Process
Action Taken: Blocked
Actor Process: C:\Program Files\EA GAMES\Battlefield 2\BF2.exe (PID 2192)
Need some help guys and gals.
We have some new hardware at work and need to install SVR03 x64 R2. Well-to avoid all that floppy mess we've been using nLite. Well, I ran into an issue with the install that took a while to figure out. Basically while loading the controller drivers it had an...
I'm looking to setup a better network for my home, and I've been trying to think of the best way to do it. Here are a couple options I came up with:
1. Use my DD-WRT flashed WRT54GL router for the firewall and wifi, creating two VLANs: one for production and one for the Cisco stuff...
I'm going to be getting a 2912XL switch soon so I can fiddle around with it and teach myself some Cisco stuff (might be getting other parts as well). Can anyone direct me to some web resources or books that might help? I'm a noob, so I probably need to start with the basics.
Ok guys. This is my second attempt at trying linux and I'm just about ready to give up.
I'm trying to complete a basic install of Ubuntu on a Tforce 7025 based system with a RAID1 array built with the nvidia raid utility. I've got the GUI install to see the array using the dmraid utility, and...
After experiencing some really odd temps with my two 3600 Brisbane procs I went searching for some answers. While it's not confirmed I'd say the conclusion this guy has come to is pretty damn accurate.