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Intel patents associated with key products? by ian
I am conducting research for an article and am trying to identify patents associated with key Intel products: - iAPX-432 family of chips and system 86/330...
June 24th 03 03:56 AM
by Glen Herrmannsfeldt Go to last post
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How to turn off spontaneous deferral on Itanium? by Jungrae Kim
Hi, I'm a graduate student developing JAVA JIT compiler on Itanium. Working with Itanium, I got a problem with speculative loads and needs your kind help to...
June 24th 03 01:36 PM
by Jungrae Kim Go to last post
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Prescott chips - difference? by Alex Johnson
boe wrote: Can someone fill me in on the difference between the next generation chips the Prescott and the current P4s? Thanks The well known...
June 24th 03 06:46 PM
by Alex Johnson Go to last post
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Hey, ZOD, what do you think of this? by bill davidsen
In article , stevensly wrote: | Here's the price list: | | 3.0/800 $639.99 | 2.8/800...
June 24th 03 08:34 PM
by bill davidsen Go to last post
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Can anyone run this on a HT-enabled system ? by bill davidsen
In article , Oliver S. wrote: | I just tried on a dual 2.8 GHz Xeon machine: It failed. | |...
June 24th 03 11:43 PM
by bill davidsen Go to last post
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Will Pentium 5 work on existing Pentium 4 (Socket 478) mobo by Harry Muscle
I'm gonna be buying everything for a new system soon (something around the 2.5Ghz area) however, I'm also planing out my upgrade strategy for the future. If I...
June 25th 03 12:57 AM
by Strontium Go to last post
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What's coming for us at 45nm by bill davidsen
In article , Keith R. Williams wrote: | Let's just say that only bleeding-edge fabs that...
June 25th 03 02:43 AM
by Keith R. Williams Go to last post
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Intel Pentium 2 to AGP controller problem by John G
Warning in Device driver. Asus P2B motherboard - bios updated from 1005 to 1012. When I try to install the graphics driver it says it is OK but doesn't become...
June 25th 03 03:39 PM
by Dave Fobare Go to last post
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x86 faster than Mac by Horst Gfrerer
http://www.apple.com/powermac/ The Power Mac G5 is the world's fastest personal...
June 25th 03 07:32 PM
by ZOD Go to last post
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AMD "long mode" deficiencies ( Of what use 64-bit "General Purpose" registers?) by Eric Smith
(Brian Hurt) writes: The solution (to this problem) is automatic bounds checking on array accesses. OK. Here's some C code that is a...
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June 26th 03 12:37 AM
by bill davidsen Go to last post
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Newisys AMD x86-64 servers by Lee Waun
Are opterons the future of desktops or are they just a stop gap.
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
June 26th 03 12:44 AM
by bill davidsen Go to last post
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Intel Application Accelerator 2.3 has a bad nonpaged pool memory leak by Dan Harkless
I, Dan Harkless , wrote in message : Howdy. Just wanted to let people know that...
June 26th 03 08:35 AM
by Dan Harkless Go to last post
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Graphics Card In D845GRG by Andrew McConville
Hi I currently have the above motherboard running a P4 1.8 with the integrated graphics chip. Just out of curiosity, I was wondering what sort of add...
June 26th 03 10:41 AM
by Andrew McConville Go to last post
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ATI to build next Xbox? by Tim Cunnings
Yousuf Khan wrote: This rumour has been floating around for sometime now, but this time it's being put out by a different source other than the Inquirer or...
June 26th 03 08:33 PM
by George Macdonald Go to last post
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Function of 8-pin surface mount devices on back of Pentium 4 Package by Gerhard v d Berg
Are the 8-pin surface mount devices on the back of the P4 decoupling capacitors terminating resistors or jumpers that configure speed, core voltage levels and...
June 26th 03 11:52 PM
by daytripper Go to last post
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Wide open question on Motherboard by ray hartman
BigJ: I'm cueing on your phrase "... very stable ...". Fagedabout new ASUS mobos as their QC has gone titsup. Read the howling over at the ASUS NG yourself....
June 27th 03 04:44 PM
by Hermes Conrad Go to last post
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x-files by Åke Larsson
I am stuck in disk 6 in the junk railway train area. Can anyone tell me how to proceed or give me the adress to a walkthrough Åke
June 28th 03 07:03 AM
by Åke Larsson Go to last post
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Noise level on boxed P4 by Robert
Anyone know the cpu fan noise level on P4 boxed processors for the 478 platform?? Thinking about replacing the original fan with a more silent one, and...
June 28th 03 11:42 AM
by Robert Go to last post
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New IBM PowerPC chip uses Hypertransport? by Paralyzed Ant
"Alex Johnson" wrote in message Yousuf Khan wrote: Looks like Apple's G5 with the 64-bit IBM chip...
June 29th 03 01:13 AM
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Pentium III with SE440BX-2? by Manda Luyong
We have 29 PCs at our lab with this board. All PCs have PIII 700s on it. If you go to the link below, it will tell you the CPUs it...
June 29th 03 01:29 AM
by Manda Luyong Go to last post
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