4.38's I found to be good on my older Via PIII board. Going to the new Hyperion's stuffed it up quite a bit so I don't bother stuffing around with the new drivers now that my setup is stable. The earlier revisions (pre 4.35's) were trouble too.
Something that I liked about the site was the updates of news (including bios updates, drivers, general tidbits of tech info). I didn't mind the OT stuff but that wasn't what I specifically was looking for when I came to Icrontic.
Originally posted by Aranyic
hmm, I've never gotten one. Are you using windowblinds (or something like that, I think I remember hearing of issues with syntax errors and a skin/theme program)
Not running any of those sort of things. Just IE6 …
Yeah there are plenty of options. Some mobos come with 4 SATA connectors so you could hook up 4 HDD's to them (can only hook 1 device to each connector in SATA but as Trekky said, you'll also have the standard 2 IDE connectors as well for 4 more dev…
If you ever have problems with the latest nVidia drivers, a lot of people like the 30.82's to fall back on. So far the only game I've had any problems with is NWN:SoU but it looks pretty likely that it is a glitch introduced by a patch.
Yeap I'm sure. Someone asked a little while ago so I looked it up.
0.8V -> AGP 8x
1.5V -> AGP 4x
Not sure about the rest but one of them is 3.3V... just can't remember how it goes.
And with the transistor counts of vid cards nowadays I w…
Originally posted by Geeky1
Now, the guy in question isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer (he's also convinced that a Radeon 9800 Pro draws 60a of power... nevermind the fact that most PSes couldn't handle it if it did, but I'll deal with tha…
Mobo faqs. Lots of them. It looks like Sudhian Media doesn't actively maintain Paul's old faqs all that much from when I last checked (just the odd bios mod update here or there), so I'd be keen on seeing something a little more active in that area.
I ran a 3DMark2001 test run with the executive paging tweak and the scores/framerates etc were practically identical. Thinking about it, I wouldn't expect it to benefit 3DMark. I'll run some Sandra benchies later
I run more hardware than that at and at peak it takes about 220-240W (via power consumption readings from my UPS). AMD recommends a min 300W PSU too.
But I agree that the quality of the PSU is a big factor.