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Mr.Scott

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  • Birthday 02/20/1962

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  1. Probably correct. Alpi is a straight shooter so I'm sure there was nothing underhanded going on.
  2. Hey now.......... Better to be the bullet than the target.
  3. Mr.Scott

    Frequency detection bug with old Socket 5 CPUs

    Cutting the cartridge and opening the cartridge equals the same thing. Damaged factory packaging. Your point is irrelevant. You're just being difficult now.
  4. Not sure about that particular board but, I disable boost.
  5. Mr.Scott

    The Official Team CUP 2018 DDR3 stage thread:

    Offer is for life. Whenever you're ready.
  6. Render is blocked. Cannot block ANY of render in any CineBench. Better to try to beat me benching rather than waste everybodys time reporting good subs.
  7. Mr.Scott

    The Official Team CUP 2018 DDR3 stage thread:

    Join us Havli. You know you are more than welcome.
  8. 840T is Zosma. http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K10/AMD-Phenom II X4 840T - HD840TWFK4DGR.html Phenom II processors with Zosma core can be identified by: Part number: OEM part starts with "HD" and ends with "4DGR". An example: HD840TWFK4DGR. CPU ID: All Zosma-based processor have CPUID 100FA0. As a note, CPUs with Thuban core have the same CPUID. We can do pics of CPU's for verification if you like.
  9. Mr.Scott

    Frequency detection bug with old Socket 5 CPUs

    Miss you George.
  10. Screenshot is fine. Mods approved. You've already reported it 3 times. Don't do it again.
  11. Mr.Scott

    The Official Team CUP 2018 DDR3 stage thread:

    Taken care of I see. Sorry about that.
  12. Mr.Scott

    Frequency detection bug with old Socket 5 CPUs

    For the cartridge processors, pic of the case or the actual processor?
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