11) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : WIndows 7 exp. question (Message 43075)
Posted 184 days ago by P.Henry
I was also told to wiki the gpu manufacturer and go with the card with the most gflops I could afford. hey hey hey
12) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : WIndows 7 exp. question (Message 43074)
Posted 184 days ago by P.Henry
Yea, I called windows to get another xp cd in like 13' and they said that they dont make them anymore. I did this because I thought that maybe a cd would be cheaper than a license, as I already had a license key. So you mean now that since xp isnt supported a 7 upgrade would work fine without installing xp right? I mean that sounds correct on many levels if it wasnt for memory hungry vista over there. Is it true tho? I guess theres only one way to find out, but currently I have two oem keys, might just see if it works in a couple of days if I get a chance to get some ram and get my 4460 doing rosetta.
13) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : GPU overvolting danger (Message 43073)
Posted 184 days ago by P.Henry
Damn daniel! I was going to recommend taking off the stock fan and applying some 20 dollar thermal paste that isnt electrically conductive so it has lower chances of frying your system. Then you got new gear, so I wouldnt really risk it. Anyways, I know the old 570s I used to get I was unable to remove the fans cause the screws seemed saudered even tho they were philips head. But new fans, add some thermal paste, I would say out of limited experience to just the chip itself, drop your gpu temps, fastest way to do it in my opinion. I always buy gpus with 3 fans.
14) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : WIndows 7 exp. question (Message 41910)
Posted 365 days ago by P.Henry
plus ill have time to buy an extra monitor as well peace~~
15) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : WIndows 7 exp. question (Message 41909)
Posted 365 days ago by P.Henry
well i have learned from my experience oem is sold that way for a reason, most computers are oners and doners. anyways, ill sort it out, I like nvidia for its carbon inprint its just so freakn expensive, and for games I like amd more for its inexspensiveness to high output. anyways, I hate folding at home. If it wasnt for parkinsons, i think i have. clonidine did me well before i had side effects. anyways happy folding, my main goal is world of warcraft, seems ive listened to every song while folding.
16) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : WIndows 7 exp. question (Message 41897)
Posted 366 days ago by P.Henry
I have registered and used the windows 7 expansion many times, but is there a point where I dont need to install xp for it to work? I say this because I will be buying either a gpu or a os next check and need to know. ps I still have to xp key just not the cd. I also plan on buying a amd card for folding@home but was on here for many years and like your help alot more. maybe some card recommendations?
17) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : More important factor as read on gpu details (Message 34537)
Posted 997 days ago by P.Henry
i woke up today and figured both chip speeds but you never know, any other information would be welcome
18) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : More important factor as read on gpu details (Message 34536)
Posted 997 days ago by P.Henry
Measured floating point speed or
Measured integer speed

my second question is which one pertains to the memory and the other the gpu or are they both chip speeds.
19) Message boards : Server and website : Are we out of long runs? (Message 32372)
Posted 1123 days ago by P.Henry
I didnt read much, but i did start the energy project on world community grid as im not using this computer much. The thing is when I do want to use it I have to suspend and resume manually. You cant say run the gpu nonstop and not run the cpu non stop. Kinda backwards if you ask me. But hey they also make a 5ghz processor that takes up 300 watts.
20) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Is there a good x4 pci1.0 card (Message 31823)
Posted 1147 days ago by P.Henry
In america 760 is the same price.


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