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Mar
20
accepted For what sort of workload can a Core i7-920 be faster than a i7-860?
Mar
19
comment For what sort of workload can a Core i7-920 be faster than a i7-860?
From AnandTech it looks like i7-920 is better at 3D rendering. What other workload might require huge memory/PCIe bandwidth?
Mar
19
asked For what sort of workload can a Core i7-920 be faster than a i7-860?
Mar
18
asked Are there any good CIFS proxy out there?
Mar
16
comment High-res icon in Windows Vista alt-tab thumbnail preview?
Thanks. It would be nice if it's open source :)
Mar
16
accepted Do changes in the routing table affect existing TCP/IP connections?
Mar
16
accepted Which protocol do most home routers use to get the names of the connected devices?
Mar
15
accepted What do these numbers mean in the output of iptable-save?
Mar
14
comment What do these numbers mean in the output of iptable-save?
Thanks. That mean I can set them all to zero when I use iptables-restore, right?
Mar
14
asked What do these numbers mean in the output of iptable-save?
Mar
12
awarded  Critic
Mar
12
comment Which protocol do most home routers use to get the names of the connected devices?
Oh thanks, I didn't know DHCPDISCOVER has such a field. Now I'm wondering why I can't see the hostname of my Ubuntu boxes in my router. Maybe I need WireShark to check what's going on.
Mar
12
asked Which protocol do most home routers use to get the names of the connected devices?
Mar
8
comment High-res icon in Windows Vista alt-tab thumbnail preview?
My question is "How can I force Windows to load the HIGH-RES icons for the alt-tab thumbnail preview?". I have also clarified that "My problem concerns the ICON overlaid at the CORNER of the thumbnail". I have no problems making the thumbnails and the icons big with the registry entries. But LOW-RES icons look terrible when they are big. I want HIGH-RES icons so that they look good when they are big. Please read the question carefully.
Mar
8
revised Do changes in the routing table affect existing TCP/IP connections?
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Mar
8
accepted Multiple home routers
Mar
8
comment Multiple home routers
For the record, here is a list of commonly used adapter routing protocol: * RIP * OSPF * IS-IS * IGRP/EIGRP
Mar
8
comment Multiple home routers
I'm wondering... was the confusion caused by a grammatical mistake? Is it OK for the "of which [...]" clause to NOT follow immediately after the object "NAT"? Sorry if this is a bit off-topic :)
Mar
8
comment Multiple home routers
@Maciek It is a theoretical question :), but I think there are several possible reasons for doing these. e.g. To selectively allow traffic between the two networks by using the built-in firewall of router B.
Mar
8
asked Do changes in the routing table affect existing TCP/IP connections?