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    Old 08-18-02, 10:22 PM
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    Default CPU/Memory Watch - 8/19/02

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    Keep up the good work. I love these things to help start out my week. The prices you come up with are very close to my distributer & I love calling to order something & then telling him what the price is
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    Glad you enjoy this I'll be revamping the system soon with a cleaner look and fishing out the unneeded products.
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    Hint: Intel = unneeded!

    J/k :]

    Cant blame me for trying can ya????

    But seriously, I agree - I think some of the slower processors could go... Once they hit around 40-50$ theres not much point at looking for a price really. (Just MHO)
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    Hello Buddy!!!!

    I want to change to CPU microcoe in bios, So that i can show the cpu name with different name. Like Celeron 800 to Pentium III 800. Is there any method or sofware you with i can do it simple.Please share with mne

    Mail me at shashikant@email.com or vickydhawan@yahoo.com
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    I can only see 2 processors under the Intel section of CPU/Memory watch 950 FC-PGA & 933EB FC-PGA, AMD has none, and memory has none. Im not sure what the problem is. Any input?
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    Problem with the script, we will have it up and running soon.
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    Is this still supposed to be alive? I don't see anything.
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    Well spotted, something wrong there, should have something temporary up in an hour or so.
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