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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mini-mad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 November 2012 at 9:10pm
I find very few work well or properly... cloneing a drive on like for like works ok but wen migrating a fresh install is always a must.

And yes 'sodding ssd also make 'poxy psu's too
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Fresh re-install is best imo.

Allows you to install latest drivers when you do it etc. too, rather than transferring over a whole load of redundant crap.
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MSI 990FX and a Piledriver 8350!!!
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and a pentium pro 200MMX.... im telling you its the nutts... wait, sorry, wrong decade
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Originally posted by mini-mad mini-mad wrote:

and a pentium pro 200MMX.... im telling you its the nutts... wait, sorry, wrong decade


Was over rated.LOL

AMD Athlons & Durons are what really put the fire under Intel's a*s.

Back to the future, now using Waterfox & Chrome as opposed to FF, no more issues, (so far).

SSD feasibility study concluded, waiting for approval from Finance department (wallet).

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Originally posted by levyte357- levyte357- wrote:

Originally posted by mini-mad mini-mad wrote:

and a pentium pro 200MMX.... im telling you its the nutts... wait, sorry, wrong decade


Was over rated.LOL

AMD Athlons & Durons are what really put the fire under Intel's a*s.

Back to the future, now using Waterfox & Chrome as opposed to FF, no more issues, (so far).

SSD feasibility study concluded, waiting for approval from Finance department (wallet wife).


if you look deep enuff in the early days (and i do mean early!) AMD mad a hell of a lot of intels chips for them as intel couldnt cope with supply and manufacture Big smile

but yes a duron 750 running at 1066 was my first serious chunck of fun as i loved my K6-2 450 running at 550 with the worst heatsink on the planet Embarrassed
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