I built a Super (ly fast) Computer, we named it HAL.

I am glad to announce, we have built a super computer. I'm serious, 8gb DDR2 ram, AMD Phenom 9600 Quad Core,500gb SATA hard drive, Dual ATI Radeon 4670 DDR3 512mb Graphics cards, Asus M3N78-VM AM2+ Motherboard. It's so fast, if i was chatting on yahoo, i can see what you are typing before you type it. If ANYONE takes this picture, i will know because the chances of someone with this same set up is pretty slim. Or at least give me credit and let me know.http://www.computersonics.com/Pictures, Well, now!

Posted by Yerboogieman 9 years ago


Flash Menu

I was wondering if anybody could tell me how to build a menu similar to the tippman phenom builder link: http://www.tippmann.com/product_guide/x7_phenom.aspx

Posted by general-Insano 8 years ago


The Ultimate steampunked computer desk

Meet the Victorian Organ Command Desk. Bruce Rosenbaum of Massachusetts home restoration firm ModVic.....replacing (the innerds)  with three monitors, a 3GHz AMD Phenom II X4 945 processor... The source blog can be found here

Posted by Goodhart 8 years ago


Battlefield 2 Problems? Answered

I'm having problems with battlefield 2, whenever I try and Play the game the screen goes black like its going to load, but then it goes back to the desktop. The version of the game is 1.5 AMD Phenom II x2 black edition processor, 3.1ghz nvidia GeForce 9800 GT 2gb DDR2 RAM mother board: asrock A780GMH/128M running Windows 7 Ultimate thanks

Asked by T_T_ 7 years ago


Will Iatkos/IPC/Kalaway/IDeneb (aka Mac OS X hack for PCs) work on the laptop listed below?

HP Pavilion dv7-4173us with beats audio, 500GB hdd, 4GB ram, AMD Phenom II X4 950 (2.1 GHz), ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 Graphics, and 17.3" screen Here is the link to view the product page: http://www.officedepot.com/a/products/303423/HP-Pavilion-dv7-4173us-Laptop-Computer/

Asked by epicnoobpwn 7 years ago


Can i swap out my processor?

My family just got a new computer. However, the processor on the new one sucks compared to the old one. Old processor: AMD Phenom x4 9100e quad core processor New Processor: AMD Athlon II 170u processor is my old processor compatible with my new computer? How do i swap them out?  what risks are involved? will any data be messed up? please help...

Asked by quellek2 7 years ago


Bulding up a new PC, which one would you think be the best? Answered

Intel ·ASUS P7P55D - Intel P55 Chipset  - LGA 1156  - DDR3 (2133MHZ OC), 2x PCI Express 2.0 x16 (CrossFire Support) - Special Features - TurboV EVO OC Processor (2nd Micro Processor onboard) 12+2 Xtreme Phase Power, T Probe (Active cooling Microchip), Asus EPU · Intel Core i5 750 Lynnfield Processor - 2.66GHz Quad Core, 45nm, LGA 1156, 8MB L3, 2.5GT/s DMI Interface ·Patriot 2048MB DDR3 1333MHZ MEM x2 ·9800GT 1GB FORSA GRAPHICS CARD or AMD ·Jetway 770 Socket AM2+/AM3,AMD™ 770 Chipset and AMD™ S700 Chipset ,Supports AMD Socket AM3/AM2+/AM2:AMD Phenom series processors, Athlon 64 X2 / Athlon 64 FX / Athlon 64 / Sempron processors,HT 3.0,Dual Channel DDR2/DDR3 memory technology ·AMD Phenom™ x4  Quad Core (9650) 2.3GHz Processor ·Patriot 2048MB DDR3 1333MHZ MEM x2 ·9800GT 1GB FORSA GRAPHICS CARD

Asked by Ortaega 8 years ago


Can my computer run Cod4 and other popular games with Maxed Out Settings? Answered

Computer specs: Video card: XFX ATI Radeon 5850 Processor: AMD Phenom II x 4 925 processor. ~2.8 Ghz. (Can be overclocked. same with videocard.) Memory: 8190MB  RAM Motherboard: Unknown, but I bought my computer as a gaming PC not to long ago and updated the videocard. Everything else should be able to run fairly well. Please answer and thank you.

Asked by bubbaman22 7 years ago


NEXT button missing in some 'Ibles

I have noticed that in some of the newer 'Ibles, the NEXT button (and corresponding previous step button) at the bottom of each step are missing. I have just gone back to an 'Ible that I know had them and they are also gone. Examples: New: Kalacs-Hungarian-Sweet-Bread Older: Lawnmower-Power-Generator-With-A-Twist I am using IE8 v 8.0.7600.16385 Computer is a ~1.5 yr old HP AMD Phenom II X4 830, 2800 Mhz, 4 core with 6 Gb RAM and 1 Tb hd.

Posted by Quercus austrina 6 years ago


home made PC chase

I made a mini pC the dimensions is: 39 cm W/32 cm/17,5 cm High video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOEhSknZNq0&feature=youtu.be my system is: ASUS M4A88T-M LE AMD PHENOM II X4  3 . 4 GHZ Black Edition 2 GB DDR 3  1333 Mhz  KINGSTON   x2  modül 1 TB 32MB Cache SAMSUNG  HDD  7200 Rpm XILENCE XP 500 120 mm Fan PSU 500 Watt DVR-S19 LBK Pioneer  double layer label flash SATA DVD + 2 adet XILENCE with LED 8 cm fan

Posted by trouble01 6 years ago


CPU: Multiplier vs. Bus Speed? Answered

Hi. I have been overclocking my new cpu (AMD Phenom II X2 550 BE) and I was all excited about having an unlocked multiplier, because of the Black Edition, yet I can't even stably change it! I was told that you should up the CPU bus speed as much as you can while leaving the CPU stable, then move on to the multiplier. Yet after I get to the stable bus speed (235) I can't up the multiplier even one notch. It is currently 15.5. This was the stock multiplier. My question is, is it worth it to lower the bus speed so I can stably increase the multiplier. And is there a way to stably increase the multiplier even after you max out the bus speed that I am obviously not doing? Thanks in advance.

Asked by noobererer 8 years ago


I'm back!

As a few of you may know, I haven't been on for a few days (*caugh* over a week *caugh*) due to hardware troubles switching to linux. Being sick of windows tendency to slow down with age and the inability to make that better without a full re-install, I decided that linux mint was the way to go. Long story short, it seems that the standard hardware i've had for a few years didn't like mint or ubuntu much and refused to install correctly, so I did my homework and built my own system which turned out to be about half the price of comparable brand name systems, although I did manage to use the same case from my old system and skimped on hard drives and extra cards. My new hardware consists of an Asus M4A88T-M motherboard, an AMD Phenom 2 X6 1055T processor, 8gb of cheap ram, various hard drives and various dvd drives all stuffed into an old tower. The Ideanator is back, and this time minty fresh!

Posted by The Ideanator 7 years ago


New computer freezing problem

So I just built myself a new computer with the following specs gigabyte motherboard model: GA-MA770T-UD3P (rev. 1.0) phenom 2 tri core processor 4gb ddr3 mushkin ram radeon 4670 tp link wireless card 2 LCD's hooked up to the 4670 Windows 7 64-bit/ XP 64-bit (not at the same time) +tons of cooling so nothing is over heating I installed windows 7 and it kept freezing up every once in a while and I tried just about everything to fix it. Updating bios, cleaning the registry, making sure all the drivers are up to date, all sorts of things. So I thought it was Windows 7 giving me the problem. I uninstall windows 7 and installed windows xp. I loaded up everything got the drivers up to date and after a couple of hours it froze up. Then I rebooted and bam another freeze 3 minutes into being on the computer. And again the next time 15 minutes into being on the computer. Now Im not sure if the freezing is happening on windows 7 for the same reason as on Windows xp and it is driving me crazy not being able to use my new computer Any ideas on what I can do to fix the problem? Thanks for any help. Got some more details. 1) I noticed when I move a window around I my cp usage spikes from 1% to close to 30%. Not sure if this is normal but with tri core 2.8ghz doesnt seem like this is good. 2) When I have 3+ windows open and I drag them over each other it leaves a trail or shadow of its edge so it looks like I am dragging many windows. Sometimes this shadow is just white. 3) Also when I try to install a game the computer will always freeze before it finishes and most of the time right at the beginning. 4) When I press the button to force it to go off and then turn it back on it often just comes up with a black screen and I have to repeat. it always turns on the second time. How can I tell if it is my hardware? Just did a video stress test and benchmark. Everything was normal. Ran "cpu stability test 6.0". Watched it for 20 minutes then I left the computer and came back to see it frozen in screen saver. Speedfan temps- Temp 1- 26c temp2- 25c HD0- 26C core- 15c It is pretty cold in my room. I also found something that makes it freeze every single time I have done it so far. When trying to install world of warcraft as soon as I click agree in the install setup it freezes. 6 out of 6 times. My power supply is 500w "stable power"

Posted by Tanners 8 years ago