Is this when using the PSU that went bang?
just having the standby LED come on but the system not powering up is often the case with a dead PSU
Bump, the more data the better
Here you go ;)
@ ChromeX & modgodtanvir
as I've already explained here; I'm not characterizing people/computer users in general, but rather the members of this...
I'm characterizing the population of this web forum by means of a random sample; if I were to try to characterize people in general then using a...
The professor for my statistics class is asking us to take a sample of a target population and use the data to characterize that population. So I...
I personally prefer Pro-E and have found the same type of problems in terms of finding models; I modeled my own D5, 120mm fans, and 120mm fan grills.
Totally different architecture thus different clocks; the 8800GTX and 8800ULTRA are based on the G80
The stock core clock for the 8800 GTX is 575MHz
I'd do it with a for loop;
int CountGood = 0;
int Maxiter = 10;
float MaxAccept = 9.25;
none, I built my own :p
I think you mean the 64bit version (i.e. XP X64)
The Vista that came with the laptop is most likely an OEM license, which is bound to that hardware, and as such you would not legally be allowed...
I'd say the PSU is dead or underpowered; 450W isn't quite enough for a system of that caliper
quite possibly a bad video card.
For minor scratches I'd just sand them out then finish the surface (i.e. polish or paint). For deeper scratches the best would be to fill them...
Alphacool looks decent but I haven't really heard too much about them performancewise so I couldn't say how good/bad they really are.
Definitely avoid anything from ThermalTake and Koolance; they are known for poor quality as well as using both aluminum and copper in their loops,...
Generally best to avoid kits; especially from Koolance, ThermalTake, Zalman, etc.
The Best is to cherry-pick the parts you need; or get a "kit"...
Very typical symptoms of a dead PSU.
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