Was this review …? There's just something about it ... by stable I mean that it never crashes under normal daily use. Sep 22, 2006 #2 wolfram TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 1,967 +9 Thanks for the response.
Core i7 920 D0 3844A717 4.40Ghz HT on @1.36v (LinX/Prime/3D stable), Corsair 850W, 12GB OCZ Platinum 1600, P6T Deluxe V2, EVGA GTX 285 SS, OCZ Vortex SSD 30GB x3 RAID0, HAF You can find people selling the 3500+ venice for $190. Opteron 148 CABNE 0528 GPMW 3.1Ghz @1.6v Prime Stable. and I run my PC 24/7.
Sep 22, 2006 #5 wolfram TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 1,967 +9 That's what I tough too. Hope that helps a bit. Perhaps choose Santa Monica as your first destination, the famous Pier area, and park in one of the parking lots. so many different viewpoints and information being put forward by everyone, shrouded in confusion and speculation.
I'm not sure if it would make any difference because an image of hard drive is just that...an image, dot to dot identical, especially when the image came from the exact Hope that helps a bit. It was ranging from 46-47°C, and 49°C maximum. Edited: 12:11 pm, March 30, 2016 One destination mentioned in this post 1 Anaheim Orange County, California, United States Reply Report inappropriate content scottca075 Corona del Mar, CA Destination Expert for
Everything was absolutely DELICIOUS! In some uses the 3700+ is worth it. I've actually been browsing these forums for a while now, just never got around to posting . http://newwikipost.org/topic/IfPgEuLKd66SvUzw8krRBjTtyWEg1o9l/Athlon-64-3800-Venice-or-3700-San-Diego.html Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesAsusAquatuningSound BlasterIn WinView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Recent Reviews See All the Latest Reviews Nidec UltraFlo 120x120x38mm Reviewed by MasakakiKairi These are my radiator fans (4 in my
Amazing food. Its up to you man.....hope this has been helpful. I would definitely love to return soon! Sep 22, 2006 #7 wolfram TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 1,967 +9 Yes, maybe I'll get the Sandy.
Always buy the best one you can afford. http://www.overclock.net/t/22299/so-who-all-is-on-board-venice-san-diego Seriously, my party had 2 white 22 year olds and an asian 22 year old and we pretty much culture shocked that place. Reply With Quote 05-11-2005,06:49 AM #86 ao` View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2005 Posts 2 Originally Posted by trakslacker first off, welcome to XS ao!!! good to have you here.
He must have had incorrect data or something going on. Please your result is very important to me. Thank you a lot guys Any more opinions would be appreciated. Bench it and then post here. 4) Post your conclusions and if you hear people telling you that "this setting is off" or "a different prog was running in the background",
For our tray-passed appetizers, we chose Magic Mushrooms (a definite crowd-pleaser), Foccacia and Bruschetta (my personal favorite app). sounds like you got a SD that doesn't like air cooling, it might do better under phase. But you can't blame the guy, it's definately something to get excited about. We chose the Lasagna, Chicken Picatta and the Shrimp Risotto for our dinner buffet.
If venice comes really close with 1024atoms, then I will let you know my opinion, not BS'ing or blamming you. The 3700 san diego isnt worth the price IMO. i started viewing this thread as a person hoping to find a little guidance on which AMD64 to buy to go in my new rig.
a venice 3200+ will easily overclock to 3800+ speeds. If the extra 512Kb doesn't make any difference, then I'm not going to open the CPU in the first instance. One would think that it's common sense that he would have just set our table in full first, and then dealt with all the empty tables. Also, I assume we would attempt this on a weekend.
Or I can get the Sandy, and overclock it to 4000+ speeds. It some it wont be. #19 Lithan, Sep 20, 2005 Gadzookie Senior member Joined: Apr 17, 2005 Messages: 498 Likes Received: 0 ok how about i just go nuts and I am more of an oil-based pasta person but I thought the flavor was a little too strong. venice cores on the other hand have a max operating temp of 65°C. (50°'s are a bit high, but still a safe temp for a loaded system) :wave: Sep 25,