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System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom workstation /// Lenovo X61t tablet notebook OS Windows 7 RTM x64 CPU Core i7 980X @ 4.04GHz OC /// Core Duo L7500 @ 1.6GHz Motherboard Asus P6T6 WS Revolution /// Memory 12GB G. Skill @ DDR-1600 OC /// 4GB Graphics Card Saphire HD4870 Toxic 1GB /// Intel Mobile GMA X3100 Monitor(s) Displays Dual Eizo 24" SX2461W /// 12" Screen Resolution 1920x1200 /// 1400x1050
Keyboard Logitech Edge /// Mouse Logitech Wireless Optical Trackball PSU Tagan ITZ 1100 Case GHS-1500 /// Cooling Thermalright IFX-14 + a slew of stealth fans /// Hard Drives Workstation:
5x 750GB Barracuda-11 on Areca ARC-1220;
4x 1.5TB Barracuda-11 on Intel ICH10R;
300GB RAID 0, 2.7TB RAID 10 on Intel;
100GB RAID 0, 1.4TB RAID 10 on Areca ///
Notebook: G.Skill Titan 256GB SSD Internet Speed 5Mbps down / 820Kbps up Other Info Main use: photography;
DVD Drive: L.G GGW-H20L Blu-Ray / DVD;
OC: QPI/DRAM @ 1.33v, CPU @ 1.293v, DRAM Bus @ 1.65v, CPU PLL @ 1.88v, CPU mult = 25x, BCLK = 160, DDR3-1604 @ 7-8-7-24
open any folder that holds jpg files. On the menu bar, click on ORGANIZE. Choose the tab that says VIEW. Uncheck the first option (Always show icons, never thumbnails). Click on the APPLY button. It worked for me!