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  • #16
    spose in worst case if not enough room you could over write a setting that isn`t used, though most ram I have seen has room for 3 settings, am no expert in this but its all very interesting

    have absoultly no experience with DD3 but I persum it has a similar spd kind of thing
    The one that Ribbits Frist Ribbits Loudest
    If it dos`t work Hit it with a Hammer, If that dost work get a bigger Hammer, If that dos`t work get the gas axe out
    Up Front and Central Takeing flack as usual so the rest of you can do that pincer movement

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    • #17
      Does the BIOS on these machines not allow you to set the speeds manually?
      I think every machine I've ever had has allowed this, must be a dell thing
      A1200 1D4 / 540MB HD

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      • #18
        They're old Pentium 4 Dell laptops. I'd actually be shocked if I ever found those options in the BIOS of such a machine

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        • #19
          Stunning work and write up Dale, thank you

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          • #20
            Very interesting. I did not know you could even do that
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