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Long Live Computer Building! Welcome and please participate. Thanks -- Josh
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812On my latest build I used an old case and had some problems. Started regrettinggoldworldnet2yesterday
811RE:Dell launches five new computers with Ubuntu Linux pre-installed Having Linugoldworldnet1last Friday
810Sometimes the finer things in life are worth working for..... I don't know steve harris1last Thursday
809I think Linux would work fairly well for most people if someone else set everythgoldworldnet1last Tuesday
808Great Josh. I didnt like it when Ubuntu changed the GUI from ver 10 to 11, but steve harris1last Tuesday
807Got my sound working in Linux using alsamixer which is pre-installed. To start goldworldnet-last Tuesday
806Installed the cards for graphics & sound. Also the motherboard has graphicsgoldworldnet1July 13
805Haven't decided on how to backup Linux, but Clonezilla & Aomei are possigoldworldnet-July 10
8045 SSD setup for new box. With the DVD drive that will max out the 6 SATA ports goldworldnet2July 10
803Succeeded in installing XP in AHCI mode after wasting time trying to convert an goldworldnet3July 5
802Switching the CPU to a FX-8350 with a Noctua NH-U9S cooler. [graphic] cpubencgoldworldnet1July 1
801His computer will have a FX6300 with an old Visio 32" TV. [graphic] cpubegoldworldnet4June 7
800Asked a young guy at Racetrack I talk with if he had a computer and he said no.goldworldnet1June 6
799I really want a Ryzen 7, maybe in 2020. goldworldnet-May 31
798Microsoft promised to stop installing unstable updates when you click “Check forshadowman1May 5
797Good to know, thanks!nicewatch1March 14
796RE:What would you guess the performance % The performance bump will be negligiFUBHO2March 14
795The workstation refurbs were all DDR-3 ECC, that was two years ago and a bit befnicewatch1March 14
794DDR-4 RAM is still above twice the price low it reached a couple years back. I FUBHO2March 13
793Good to know, thanks, some of those older refurb owners might appreciate the valnicewatch-March 13
792They would just put tiny heat sinks on the NVME controller die if heat was that FUBHO-March 13
791Thank you for the link. Think I've tried three nvme to pcie cards on some ofnicewatch-March 13
790This seems to work pretty well if you don't have any spare M.2 slots. SuppFUBHO2March 11
789Be Vewy Vewy Quiet, We’re Hunting Baofengs hackaday.com In the world FUBHO-March 4
788The SD Association unveils microSD Express format for mobile with data transfeFUBHO-February 25
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