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Studying Bachelor Electronics on University of Applied Sciences in Leeuwarden, Friesland, The Netherlands. Both interests in Analog Electronics, Embedded Control, PC software and web technology. Especially in bringing all of these aspects together.

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comment Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H MB problems
I've heard more responses from people (on other review sites) that this helped their problem. For me it's too late, I went to an Asus board which worked with the same hardware setup first go. I've given you the answer 'reward' for this question, anyway. ;)
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comment Memtest86 reports errors outside memory region
As I said, those temperatures were before I got the new cooler. It now runs 30-35C idle. I am mentioning it because it may have caused damage, but I am sure whether it's related. I was able to run the CPU at 3.0GHz after the hot temperatures. The PC never shut it self off, because the temperatures I read were junction temperatures, which is not case temperature. Anyway, I will do some more memtests. I suspect my motherboard too. Hopefully I can arrange something to test this memory in another PC. If I recall correctly, the address with 1GB was 0x3FFEE388. Will need to check & write it down.
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comment Memtest86 reports errors outside memory region
"The modules are 1GB; so thats 1024MB". I figured, 3*1024=3072MB. Memtest reports 3069MB memory size. Error at 3070.9MB. The related question is answered for systems with over 4GB. I am running this under 4GB, even at 1GB this occurs.
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comment Dell Inspiron 620 desktop - Dual monitor
I think this cable only duplicates the video on 2 displays. I don't see why this can offer 2 separate video signals. I've seen these cables used for presentation PC's, they duplicated the same video to both desktop monitor and an overhead projector/beamer.
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comment Would a USB hub work in reverse?
I'm afraid USB is designed that a device can only have 1 host, so only 1 PC to talk to your keyboard. I don't think you will find a KVM with that. I don't know what other solutions there are other than software solutions (although I wouldn't know what is up for the job).
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