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Mar
16
comment What kind of Non-ECC RAM does this board support?
@ramhound - thanks for your patience. I'm missing something critical so I'll look at it a couple more times and see if I can either answer my own question or clarify what I'm not understanding. Thanks again
Mar
16
comment What kind of Non-ECC RAM does this board support?
@ramhound - I understand that. It also doesn't say anything about 4 dimms in the second table, which is the table I'm trying to understand. :-/
Mar
16
comment What kind of Non-ECC RAM does this board support?
@Ramhound -- I don't want to frustrate you, but I can't figure why there is even anything in that last column? What is its meaning, if not "6 dimms per processor"? (which we've both already pointed out is impossible)
Mar
16
comment What kind of Non-ECC RAM does this board support?
@Ramhound -- and if I'm correct above, then why isn't it saying "6 dimms per processor" (3 Slots Per Channel multiplied by 2DPC) (obviously not possible because that configuration is indicated as invalid in the first table, but there are also only 8 DIMM slots on the board, so 12 is not even physically possible... :-/
Mar
16
comment What kind of Non-ECC RAM does this board support?
@Ramhound -- 1) Thanks! 2) I saw them, but some of the terms are not clicking in my brain -- I see 2 Slots Per Channel and 3 Slots Per Channel and I also see 1DPC and 2DPC, but I don't see "4 Slots Per Channel" or "4DPC", so is it 2 Slots Per Channel multiplied by 2DPC to get "4 dimms per processor" or something?!
Mar
16
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Mar
16
asked What kind of Non-ECC RAM does this board support?
Feb
16
comment Compare 2 text cells and show difference in the third cell
so simple... :-) nice! ...but of course not directly extensible to differences in the middle or when you don't know which cell might have the extra "different" characters - thanks for what it's worth though.
Feb
12
comment Are 3.5 inch SSD drives available? Why so many 2.5inch versions?
@marco - seems to me (as Thomas also says) that they could fit a good chunk of chips into a 3.5" form factor and have a 20TB "desktop" SSD available. Except for lifespan, which is being upped by tech advances, I for one would prefer a large capacity 3.5" SSD (maybe using cheaper chips?) over a smaller capacity slim drive for my NAS server. Seems 4-10 times as many regular (older) MLC NAND (not 3D or even TLC) crammed into a 5-10TB drive at a 3.5" form factor, parallelized to increase speed, and maybe even some mirroring, could compete with HDDs in every category right now(?)
Feb
8
comment how to you keep a formula to stay with a certain cell even when you insert a cell to the right
+1 for the OFFSET() option, which will still maintain functionality if the sheet is modified in a row above or column to the left of C2
Feb
8
comment Change color of row according to column value (by regex)
can't speak for the OP, but I believe the request was for a whole row - can that be applied to a whole row?
Feb
8
comment Printing multiple Excel tabs as a PDF document
well - it's not the most ideal solution, but if you're careful to not save it (or save it temporarily as another workbook), you could try deleting the sheets you don't want, and then Print Entire Workbook might give you what you need? Just don't save the result or delete the temporary copy and you'd still have the correct data afterwards (?)
Feb
4
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Feb
4
comment Match based on String Length
No love for Hamlet's speech to the players?
Feb
4
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Feb
4
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Feb
4
comment How do I insert rows in multiple excel tables simultaneously without vba?
Do I have to have that cursor set? :-P -- if so, where do I get it?
Feb
4
comment How do I insert rows in multiple excel tables simultaneously without vba?
@CharlieRB good answer, IMO. I didn't know that about excel :-P -- it almost seems like OP wants something formula-based (like add a row of data under certain circumstances, or something like that), which I think would only be doable with macros
Feb
4
revised How do I add 1 year to a specific date once that date has passed?
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Feb
4
comment How do I add 1 year to a specific date once that date has passed?
@YisroelTech I think there is a formula - please take a look at my answer(?)