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revised How safe is building a computer yourself?
added a comment about memory channel configs
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revised How safe is building a computer yourself?
updated reference to DDR2 which is now out of date
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answered How did my Windows 7 just manage to download and install a bunch of updates if “auto updates” is turned off?
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answered ffmpeg - h264 to xvid creates large file
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comment Graphics card doesn't run full screen without drivers
My answer has been edited to reflect the new info
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comment Graphics card doesn't run full screen without drivers
it seems (from the user manual) it's called "expansion" in the menu. and the icon is of a magnifying glass with a '+' inside. options are 'Full' and 'Aspect' (and possibly 'off'?) change this setting and see if it affects the results in the way you are looking for
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answered How to get the URL of the frame in chrome browser
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answered Graphics card doesn't run full screen without drivers
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comment Intel i7 2600 or i5 2500 for development machines?
this might be much better off re-phrased and over on Programmers.SE e.g. Ask "does the Hyperthreading (as opposed to real core count) on i7's contribute significantly to C# build times?"
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answered Built a new PC. Not sure what is breaking what
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comment Built a new PC. Not sure what is breaking what
usually GFX cards have an alarm if the 6-8pin power is left un-connected
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comment Dell optiplex 790, graphics not working on Win7 64-bit
glad it worked ;-)