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The Core i5-460M has a default multiplier of 19. When using ThrottleStop on a first gen Core i CPU, you need to adjust the Set Multiplier value to one more than the default multiplier to request maximum Intel Turbo Boost. 19 + 1 = 20 T The maximum turbo boost multiplier for your CPU is 21 and that is exactly what ThrottleStop is showing in the FID ...


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You aren't going to be able to just "switch" RAID modes like that, as the array would need to be recreated/reinitialized. Easiest: Reduce data so it's small enough to fit on the RAID1. Get an external drive that's large enough to accommodate your data (and then some). Perform full system backup to external drive. Destroy RAID10. Remove 2 drives. Create ...


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The PSAUX connector on Intel server boards is used when interfacing with a compatible 'intelligent' redundant power supply system. It should also be usable with non-redundant supplies, but I've never seen it implemented (even with Intel's own chassis/PSUs). The connector is an I2C signaling line so the motherboard's system management bus (SMBUS) can ...


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It's most likely a RAM problem as that code (2B in hex) falls into the MRC (Memory Reference Code) range. George Chen, a research and development (R&D) director at ASUS, described [MRC]in 2007 as follows: "The MRC is part of reference BIOS code, which relates to memory initialisation in the BIOS. It includes information about memory settings, ...


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At this point the difference between the Intel HD integrated graphics and the nVidia chips is minimal for the kinds of tasks you are considering. nVidia is a better chip and will give you an advantage in the processing of extremely large graphics in a GPU acceleration aware application (Adobe Photoshop is the only one that I know of that will use a ...



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