NB MY COMPUTER HAS ALREADY BEEN BUILT FOR OVER 6 MONTH’S SO I KNOW THESE VIDEO’S ARE OLD, BUT I WAS VERY BUSY AND THE MOVING CHANNEL’S REALLY MESSED IT UP…. Hey, so finally i am releasing my series on how to build a computer, click the playlist button so you can sit back relax and enjoy the whole thing. PLAYLIST: www.youtube.com Parts You Will Need: 1. Case 2. Motherboard 3. CPU 4. Aftermarket Heat sink (If you Want it) 5. RAM 6. GPU 7. PSU 8. Optical Drive 9. Hard Drive 10 And anything else you may want. Such as fan’s or a PCI card. Make sure: 1. Motherboard fits in your case 2. CPU Fits in motherboard (Socket Type…EX: My CPU is an Intel Core i7 930, LGA 1366 Socket) 3. Custom Water Cooler Fit’s in you’re case 4. RAM is compatible with motherboard and CPU 5. GPU will fit in the case 6. PSU is enough for you 7. If you want the Power supply at the top or bottom. Do some research and make sure you’re happy with what you are going to get. don’t forget to rate,comment and subscribe. if you have any problems or requests message me or email me at: heartbreakerkyd_78@hotmail.co.uk Twitter: @101TechHacker

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Question by Mr. Spin: What advantages does a dual processor computer have?
Somebody gave me an old PC, and the thing works great for normal word processing and e-mail tasks. P3 450mHz, with two processors inside.

Why 2 processors?

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Answer by Fecomosis
Run multiple programs as once.

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Just a quick vid of my setup so far. Specs: Intel Core i7 920 C0 @3.8ghz Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Mushkin Blackline 6gb ram @1608mhz Evga x58 SLI LE Motherboard Cooler Master HAF X Case Mushkin Enhanced 650w Modular Power Supply Epower 450w 5.25″ additional power supply OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSD Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM HDD Corsair H60 Closed Loop Watercooler XFX 6870 Black Edition 1GB Graphics card Asus Xonar DG Sound Card 3x Monitors(Acer, LG, HP) Razer Deathadder Mouse Puretrack Talent Mousepad Razer Carcharias Headset And graphics cards next to the computer are: 2 Nvidia Gtx 280s Ati 5970 Ati 5850 Ati 5770 Ati 4890 Ati 4870 Credits for intro: VegTutor and Arunavsharma

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Question by : Can you run 2 dual core processors in one computer?
i was just wandering because someone approached me the other day and offered to sell me a computer which had 2 dual core so pretty much a quad core computer i was just asking on here if it was possible to run it like this or am i just someone asking to be ripped off

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Dual-core processors are basically two chips in one. Each dual-core chip contains the same computing might as today’s most advanced chips, but with greatly reduced power requirements. Current chip technology has reached the point where even a slight increase in processing muscle would increase the power requirement by an order of magnitude. For example, the fastest single-core Pentium processor uses a maximum of 130 watts. The dual-core Conroe uses 60 watts and can run at faster speeds. Also, dual-core processors are much less prone to overheating and require less cooling. The result is a fast, powerful processor that doesn’t need cooling fans that sound like a squadron of Blackhawk helicopters trying to touch down in the middle of the living room.

Dual core are very fast and good for gaming and runing many aplication and programs. you should go it.

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Question by 4567-B: Installing Windows 7 in a computer with no dual core processor is not recommended?
I think a friend of mine told me that I shouldn’t try to install Windows 7 in a computer which processor is not dual core and with a not a good video card( 32 mb) because it might damage the motherboard or the processor
Is that right?

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If you want to run Windows 7 on your PC, here’s what it takes:

* 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
* 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
* 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
* DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

Additional requirements to use certain features:

* Internet access (fees may apply)
* Depending on resolution, video playback may require additional memory and advanced graphics hardware
* For some Windows Media Center functionality a TV tuner and additional hardware may be required
* Windows Touch and Tablet PCs require specific hardware
* HomeGroup requires a network and PCs running Windows 7
* DVD/CD authoring requires a compatible optical drive
* BitLocker requires Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2
* BitLocker To Go requires a USB flash drive
* Windows XP Mode requires an additional 1 GB of RAM, an additional 15 GB of available hard disk space, and a processor capable of hardware virtualization with Intel VT or AMD-V turned on
* Music and sound require audio output

That’s all.

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This video is brought to you by: www.pcmichiana.com. For those of you who are using laptops with Windows 7 or Vista installed, you may be disappointed to find out the dual, quad or octal core processor you invested in isn’t actually using all of the cores. That’s right… out of the box these operating systems do not fully enable the distribution of processes over the cores for certain system configurations. For the most part, these configurations are limited to laptops. The reason for disabling multiple cores really comes down to energy consumption. The default power profiles set forth by Microsoft opt for an energy savings based configuration, even when the power settings are set to full performance. Personally, I find it rather obnoxious, as once I disabled core parking, I saw a significant increase in all of my processor intensive tasks. How To Disable CPU Core Parking For Dual And Quad Processors 1. Copy the following registry key entry between the brackets [ 0cc5b647-c1df-4637-891a-dec35c318583 ]. 2. Select your start button. 3. In the search box, type ‘regedit’ and press enter. 4. Once your registry editor is open, select ‘Edit’ and ‘Find…’. 5. Paste the above registry key in the box and select ‘Find’. 6. Once it has located it, look for the keys on the right hand side labeled MinValue and MaxValue. 7. Double click on each value and make sure they are both set to ’0′. 8. Select ‘Edit’ and ‘Find Next…’. 9. Continue to replace MinValue and MaxValue for each entry

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