One more question: is it possible that i have to press f2 instead of del to enter BIOS?
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Pretty much but I guess technically if you changed mother boards and stock cooling you can then OC because most bios on custom boards allow it.
An expensive brand computer (alienware) or a self built one?
yeah, i assume it is, but i am exploiting the $- exchange rate I live in europe, and i'd only have to pay 2433.33 for that same comp . oh well, you helped anyway, now i know why my bios looks so funny compared to all the descriptions i've gotten so far . maybe someday i'll build myself a cheap desktop ^^. How much would a cheap one be if i had absolutely NOTHING (and how much would a tower cost, and does it amtter what tower i have?)? thx
My dad meant i should wait a few months, because the p4 HAS been out now for a long time, with it's ~3.4GHZ processors. So i searched the web and came to a schocking assumption of Intel's, on multiple sites. they await a new processor- Nehalem they call it- to be capable of 10.2 GHZ, with bigger caches, 65nm transisotrs, and a bunch of new stuff etc. Also, in the 2H of 2005 (i believe it's then) they assume that the Prescott will reach 5.2 or .3 GHZ.
Is it possible that i could exchange a processor in a laptop? Or do i have to take out the whole motherboard, and how much would it cost?!?
Anyhow i also wanted to ask if you mean that with a little expertise i should build a comp COMPLETELY by myself, or i should buy one from ex. alienware (which i prefer cuz of its cool design), and exchange only one thing, like a processor or so?
Of these three companies that you named: Alienware, VoodooPC, and Falcon NW, which would you prefer for a laptop? I looked through them all, and it seemed to me that Alienware was best, it had all the best of the best! for example, i cant get a laptop with a 256mb graphic card @ voodoo, and the falcon NW laptop costs 5,100$, for no apparent reason.
Do you know what the difference between ddr2-533 and ddr2-667 is? And ummm... is RAM the same in laptops as in Desktops (so could i buy desktop ram and put it in a laptop?
i read about new graphic cards for laptops which you can exchange like in desktops... do i need a special mobo for that?
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