Saturday, January 23, 2010

Counter-Strike Condition Zero CD-Key



Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Create shortcut for Safely Remove

Right click > New > Shortcut

Paste " C:\Windows\System32\rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL hotplug.dll "

If u wanna make it better add the icon from " %windir%\system32\HotPlug.dll "


Thursday, September 24, 2009

Intel Core i7 Mobile Processor

Finally, mobile i7 'Clarksfield' is ready for laptops and launching in three variants: i7-920XM, i7-820QM, and i7-720QM. The i7-920XM is an Extreme Edition processor, designed to replace the Core 2 Extreme QX9300 and costs around $1000. The current Clarksfield parts have Hyper-Threading and Turbo enabled.

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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

New i5/i7-8xx block diagram

A block diagram of the Lynnfield system architecture

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Intel Core-i9 32nm six-core Gulftown leaked

Intel’s upcoming 32nm Gulftown processor have leaked, the engineering sample is believed to be running at 2.4GHz, with CPU-Z registering six cores, 12 threads and 1.5MB of total L2 cache split into six 256KB portions and 12MB of L3 cache. The six-core Gulftown processors are expected to be marketed as Core-i9 CPUs but no word on pricing.

check this screenshot: [click to enlarge]

[via slashgear]

Saturday, August 8, 2009

How to estimate power-usage of an Overclocked Processor

The theory behind calculating the power usage for an overclocked CPU is very simple: Power usage is proportional to clock speed, and proportional to the square of the core voltage.

Before we express this as a formula, let's intruduce the following variables:

* Ps is the power usage of the non-overclocked CPU
* Po is the power usage of the overclocked CPU
* Fs is the clock speed of the non-overclocked CPU
* Fo is the clock speed of the overclocked CPU
* Us is the default voltage of the non-overclocked CPU
* Uo is the voltage at which the overclocked CPU runs

Here is the formula:

Po = Ps * (Fo/Fs) * (Uo2/Us2)