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Game Competition!

17 July 2012 - 12:35 PM

Join this facebook group in order to take part in a 3D art competition and become part of an upcoming game!!!


Why can't my PC handle 4 ram slots...

10 April 2011 - 06:09 AM

Hey all,

My pc till recently could run all my 4 ram although it never really liked it,
I got a few bsods so I was forced to remove one.

I do recall at some point I under volted my ram a bit and it worked but
I updated my bios and it doesn't seem to have that option any more,
just "overclock" under MIT :(

I have 2x2GB and 2x1GB 1333 DDR3 OCZ Gold Ram (OCZ3G13331G)

Any ideas?

Random Read/Write Speeds

07 April 2011 - 05:52 AM

Hello all,
I am kinda new to all this and since I am about to get a new 6GB/s Sata3 system I need to ask this

The main two SSDs that I am considering are the Micron's C400 or the OCZ Vertex3 120' version.
I can see that their sequential speeds in both write and read are completely different with V3 winning
but their Random IOPSs (always comparing the 120GB V3 and the 128GB C400) differ with C400 winning in reads and V3 winning with big difference in writes.
I must say I am planning to install my windows 7 OS in this new SSD I am getting and what I would
consider doing is the following:
-Installing 1 game at a time, playing, erasing, redo
-Maybe Adobe work: Photoshop etc

So I have other hard drives to store stuff but the SSD would make my work and gaming quite faster.
The question is, C400 gives 40K of read which is more important for an OS whilst V3 gives better overall stats and is only lacking in random reads. What would be more important for me? Thanks!

Where's the C400?

25 March 2011 - 05:27 AM

Anyone know when the new SSDs are coming out? I've seen one online shop in US but I live in UK
so any clues would be great!

Also any good motherboards with 6GB/s bus for them as I'm thinking of upgrading :)

[web] SQL vs PHP

19 December 2010 - 12:29 PM

Yeah so I have created many dynamic ways in php to load content
in a website and I started considering whether SQL is better.

I never liked databases too much so its a chapter I haven't
really expanded on. The thing is I managed creating all the
hard parts in php in order to have my own database format
and not SQL stuff. The question is that is it better to do
it on your own or use SQL stuff, maybe its safer security
wise to create databases instead of reading .txt for example

So should I consider learning SQL and probably .ASP to go
along with it or should I just keep my php classes and
expand on them?