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comment Import custom equalizer in iPod
I want a custom equalizer, not one of the built-in equalizers.
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comment Import custom equalizer in iPod
I might try it as a last resort. I've also heard many people refute this method, so I guess it depends on the model of iPod. But still +1!
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comment Why is laptop with Windows 8 slow?
Have you installed the drivers for your chipset, graphics, hard drive, etc? They can make a pretty big difference in performance. If not, go here: h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/…; Choose your operating system (no Windows 8 here, just choose 32 or 64 bits WIndows 7)
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accepted Why aren't CPUs bigger?
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answered Should I use plastic/insulating washers when attaching a motherboard to the case?
Feb
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comment Club3D HD7950 won't go over 880MHz
Thank you! I'm thinking that it might be that my 12V rails don't give enough power. There are three, so I'm going to try to switch them around. Perhaps there is one cable that delivers some more power.
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comment Club3D HD7950 won't go over 880MHz
I'll see what I can do. In the meantime you can add this as an answer, as it does appear to be a problem with the power supply.
Feb
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comment Club3D HD7950 won't go over 880MHz
I am testing some more at the moment. I found an ATI setting that allows your card to use more power. BOINC can run at 850MHz before the core clocks starts fluctuating now. Guild Wars is able to use the stock speeds without problem now. And unfortunately, I don't have an inline wattage calculator.
Feb
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comment Club3D HD7950 won't go over 880MHz
According to online PSU calculators, I should need about 350W with all components under full load. So even with a good margin of error, 550W should enough. Tried running at 800MHz, and it's running consistently now.
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comment Club3D HD7950 won't go over 880MHz
Intel i5 3570K and 16GB RAM @ 1800MHz. The BOINC projects run purely on GPU and VRAM. So I don't see how my other hardware could be a problem for BOINC.
Feb
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comment Club3D HD7950 won't go over 880MHz
There are times where I do need the extra performance. Large group fights in certain games, where my FPS will drop below 20fps for example. Also for BOINC, I run some GPU projects on there. Besides, I'm not using VSYNC or any other FPS-limiting technology, so there's no reason for my GPU to limit its clock.