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Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1 CPU Intel Core i3-2120 3.30Ghz Motherboard Asus P8Z68-V LX Intel Z68 Socket H2 ATX Memory Kingston 4 GB DDR3 1333 mhz Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD6670 Sound Card Sound Blaster Audigy SE 24-Bit Monitor(s) Displays Asus VE228 Screen Resolution 1440 X 900
Keyboard Microsoft Natural 4000 Mouse Microsoft Custom Optical 3000 PSU Corsair CX600M == 600 Watt Case NZXT Apollo - Silver with Clear Side Panel Cooling Three 120 mm Fans Hard Drives OCZ Vertex 3 120 GB Sata 3 SSD ==
Kingston SH103/S3 120 G Hyper X 120 GB SSD ==
Western Digital 500 GB Caviar Green 7200 RPM == Internet Speed AT&T Fiber Optic Wireless Network Antivirus Microsoft Security Essentials Browser Chrome Other Info 120 mm Blue LED Fan -- Three Blue LED Lazer Light Sticks
System Manufacturer/Model Number Self build OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU AMD Phenom II x4 Motherboard Gigabyte 880 Memory 8GB Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce HD Sound Card Realtek HD Audio Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
PSU Thermalake 550w Case XCase Hard Drives 2 x 1TB Internet Speed 8MB
Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Airbot 2.0 OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Core i7 920 (D0) @ 4Ghz, *26c idle *65c full load on air Motherboard Asus P6X58D Premium - Sata 6Gb/s - USB 3.0 Memory 12GB DDR3 Corsair Dominator -CMD12GX3M6A1600C8 at 1600MHz Graphics Card Zotac Geforce GTX 770 Sound Card ASUS Xonar D2X Monitor(s) Displays 1 LG 24" Flatron W2453V-PF 1 Samsung 24" P2450H both 2ms RT Screen Resolution 1920x1080@60hz
Keyboard Logitech Wireless MK700 Mouse Logitech Wireless MK700 PSU Corsair HX1000W Case Cooler Master HAF 932 Cooling Case Fans *3 230mm, *1 140mm/CPU - *Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme Hard Drives 1 Samsung 250GB 840 Evo SSD
1 OCZ Vertex2 180GB SSD
1 TB Samsung Spinpoint F1 7200RPM 32MB cache
2 500GB WD Caviar Blacks 7200RPM 32MB cache (WD5001AALS)
Pioneer DVD Burner DVR-S18M Internet Speed DL 15 Mbps UL 0.98 Mbps Antivirus None Browser Firefox Nightly Other Info Processor-7.7 *RAM- 7.9 *Graphics-7.9 *Gaming Graphics- 7.9 *SSD- 7.8 W.E.I final score= 7.7
*Phone- LG Nexus 5
New Year Resolutions What's all yalls?
1 get off the computer more
2 stop buying shiz for the computer
3 be more social
4 buy a first car
5 be a better person
New Year Resolutions - 2012 Hey guys, it's New Year's Eve tomorrow, so what are your New Year's Resolutions going to be for 2013?
Here's my list:
Be more optimistic
Get a better job
Do well at college
Happy New Year :party:
is it possible to have different resolutions for pc & tv? Hi
I have just connected my computer to my tv using a hdmi cord. After figuring out (thanks to the help of this & other forums) how to get both screens happening and how to toggle sound from one to the other, I just have one final obstacle to the set up. The picture in the tv is fine, if a little...
WoW resolutions i was just wondering if frozen throne and WOWIII have a widescreen resolution.
it only goes up to 1024 by 768 pixels. i have a widescreen. is there any patch of any sort that has 1366 by 768 ? for now i have edited some registry line to make it full screen, but it only stretches, making the...
Different User Resolutions Hello all.
I hope my question hasn't been answered in here yet.
At least my search didn't return any. So here it is then:
Since my wife'n'myself prefer different screen resolutions
I've been using this nifty li'l program called "XP Keep Per
User Display Settings", but obviously it's made...
Resolutions in Windows 7 Hi everyone
I use a LCD monitor whose native resolution is 1280x1024. If i reduce my resolution to a lower value, the real estate is reduced to the specified resolution with black covering the rest of the monitor area.
I did some digging and found that "Flat Panel Scaling" dictates this...