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About bonzai

  • Birthday 02/15/1958

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    I built it, it works...most of the time. Nuff said.
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  1. I'm on ATT DSL (I got tired of fighting with my cable provider). I'm still waiting for U verse to become available so I can kick it up.
  2. Thanks for the I don't want to take it any higher, I'm still on stock cooling.
  3. Any comments? (good or bad) http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=22666675
  4. The big thing you need to consider is liability. None of your opposition will change their minds if you can't show them you have a solution for potential liabity issues.
  5. Thanks guys, Here's a minor OC. Still working on deciphering the board and bios. http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=21327435
  6. Core i7 940 test results. All stock and nothing has been tweaked yet. http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=21319377
  7. If you are concerned the test is saying your audio drivers are out of date, don't worry about it. As long as your audio is working disregard what the test says.
  8. Here's mine, I should take it off the wall of the garage and get back on it some time http://velospace.org/node/11408
  9. I did give that some consideration, but I'll be building a new set up after the 4870x2 comes out. I'll then be handing this one down to my son. With the new HDD he'll have plenty of room for his games. (Mine too)
  10. Thanks guys, you were right stormy it's formatting as I type!
  11. You hit the nail on the head stormy, I knew I was missing a step. I'll check and reply back.
  12. Just installed a new HDD which shows in the BIOS and in the Pit test. I'm unable to access it and does not show up in My computer. Would this be due to a jumper setting? All drives are connected via IDE cables except the new drive which is SATA. Pit test results: http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=20505159
  13. Did you turn off system restore, boot into safe mode, then try it?
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