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DatenDennis

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  1. Hey, a selfquote The driver works btw. without any Problem. Nice Work!
  2. I got another Motherboard with the L1E-NIC: The Mighty ASUS M4A78-HTPC (Rev. 1.1). I'll post the Results later, have to work first
  3. High quality compact case?

    Try to build a MiniHac based on MiniITX, stuff it in a Lian Li Q7, abd there you go. if you like the V351, try to buy a V350, its much cleaner on the Front, no Holes in it The A5 sports FullATX, and its Much Smaller than the G5
  4. x86 Xbench Results Thread

    Here are my Results... System: Pentium DualCore E2200 2,2GhZ@3GhZ (273MhZ FSB) 4 Gigs RAM Asrock G31M-GS NV 8600GT 256GT WD 320GB EcoGreen AAKS 182.34 Not bad for such UltraLow Budget-Hardware in my Opinion. System Info Xbench Version 1.3 System Version 10.5.6 (9G55) Physical RAM 4096 MB Model To Be Filled By O.E.M. <i><-How do i Change this?</i> Drive Type WDC WD3200AAKS-00G3A0 WDC WD3200AAKS-00G3A0 CPU Test 189.55 GCD Loop 354.19 18.67 Mops/sec Floating Point Basic 170.78 4.06 Gflop/sec vecLib FFT 140.43 4.63 Gflop/sec Floating Point Library 188.56 32.83 Mops/sec Thread Test 265.07 Computation 233.55 4.73 Mops/sec, 4 threads Lock Contention 306.44 13.18 Mlocks/sec, 4 threads Memory Test 187.09 System 176.16 Allocate 271.95 998.68 Kalloc/sec Fill 184.05 8948.75 MB/sec Copy 126.27 2608.14 MB/sec Stream 199.47 Copy 184.53 3811.38 MB/sec Scale 184.04 3802.31 MB/sec Add 216.96 4621.61 MB/sec Triad 217.78 4658.94 MB/sec Quartz Graphics Test 180.58 Line 200.58 13.35 Klines/sec [50% alpha] Rectangle 172.44 51.48 Krects/sec [50% alpha] Circle 305.25 24.88 Kcircles/sec [50% alpha] Bezier 83.21 2.10 Kbeziers/sec [50% alpha] Text 620.83 38.84 Kchars/sec OpenGL Graphics Test 203.49 Spinning Squares 203.49 258.13 frames/sec User Interface Test 233.62 Elements 233.62 1.07 Krefresh/sec Disk Test 107.94 Sequential 195.55 Uncached Write 200.60 123.16 MB/sec [4K blocks] Uncached Write 198.65 112.39 MB/sec [256K blocks] Uncached Read 166.08 48.60 MB/sec [4K blocks] Uncached Read 226.54 113.85 MB/sec [256K blocks] Random 74.54 Uncached Write 28.36 3.00 MB/sec [4K blocks] Uncached Write 244.91 78.41 MB/sec [256K blocks] Uncached Read 108.96 0.77 MB/sec [4K blocks] Uncached Read 194.75 36.14 MB/sec [256K blocks]
  5. Finally, the Mailman has arrived. what he got? Well, let's see: A 2,7 GhZ Dual G5, with all guts in it, exept Superdrive and Harddisk. Sadly, the Logicboard is foul. So, lets make a nice HackMac out of it. First, Take it apart: Apple-Salad anyone? Then pry off the Mobo-Standoffs. Just a swingle with the Pliers, and *Pop* no more Standoff: Time to whip out the Saw, and get of the faulty Logic-Board, of case exept of this little Stripe of happyness: Fits Perfectly. Now lets make a G5-Like DVD-Drive. How? Well, first solder a white LED in it in place of the boring green one, and build a "Emergency-Eject"-Switch at he Back of it. Later i have noticed, when you Press on Top of the Front-Left of the Drive, it Presses the Original Button (It's a LG H22N SATA-DVD-R) Okay, whats Next? Right, the New-Old Motherboard-Standoffs. I screwed them onto the "Stunt-Double", and Superglued them in Place on the Tray. Then i unscrew the mainboard, and *tada*, all Standoffs in Place, where they have to be. Just make a little Epoxy-Glue-mess now, and they are Perfectly in Place, withstanding the next Nuclear War: I Love "5 Minute Epoxy Glue" Im just now Installing the Motherboard. Tomorrow i have to buy a thinner soldering-iron. The one i got is to weld something like rain gutters. No good Idea to solder the Backpanel with it, and, well, my Logic Boards are...well, out of Stock Stay tuned for more
  6. Marktplatz für angstaube OSX-taugliche Hardware

    Sysprofile HardwareLuxx PC Games Hardware ... Dort gibts immer "ältere" Intelhardware. Allerdings ist Solch Hardware auch neu zu moderaten Preisen zu bekommen. Board, CPU & RAM für 130-150€ sind Problemlos drin.
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