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The 5960x is haswell 22nm process, voltage regulation on board, X99 chipset , ddr4 3rdQ 2014 The 6960x is a haswell like Broadwell with 14nm process , voltage regulation still on board, compatable with X99 chipset , same socket , ddr4 1stQ2016 Skylake, 14nm process, voltage regulation moved back to motherboard only, not x99 compatable, new chipset , new ...
RDRAND and RDSEED are not a part of any specific ISA extension set. They are their own set and have their own specific bits allocated in the CPUID instruction. They were developed under the "Bull Mountain" codename and are today marketed as Intel Secure Key. Intel Secure Key was added in Broadwell, so you need that or any later generation. Broadwell ...
You can only enable this setting in the BIOS If you dont know your BIOS password, but you can get to your motherboard you may be able to reset the password or, a more brutal option, reset your BIOS. Power down your machine before attempting these! Depending on your board there are ways of reseting the password, some involve removing a small plastic tab, ...
According to the service guide, there are at minimum 4 slots that do have to be filled before all others http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/s5400sf/sb/sr1560sf_serviceguide.pdf Page 26 A1, B1, C1, D1 I'd continue that pattern with A2,B2,C2,D2,A3 etc as it seems that this is trying to split the RAM among all available channels.
This sounds like windows using the balanced power setting. If you set it to high performance it should fix the issue. Your graphics card may also have a setting, which you can find by clicking with your right mouse-button on the desktop, and choose Graphics properties -> Advanced parameters.
Do you clean your computer on regular basis ? I mean opening it, sucking dust with a vacuum cleaner, then with both vacuum cleaner and pressurized air. Remember to lock fans while doing this. You should do it every year on a laptop.
Atom text editor is currently available for all currently supported versions of Ubuntu from the Atom text editor PPA with different builds for 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. Atom text editor can be installed from the terminal by running the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/atom sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install atom ...
Pretty sure there is a typo there.. there is no Dual Core Z3735F processor. The Z3735F processor is a quad-core 1.33Ghz processor with bursting speed up to 1.83Ghz. Either the specs are incorrect, or the processor models are not the same. http://ark.intel.com/products/80274/Intel-Atom-Processor-Z3735F-2M-Cache-up-to-1_83-GHz
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