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This makes it ideal for noise-sensitive 3U Asrock M3A780GXH128M AMD VGA in fields such as audio or video processing. NF-A9 premium fan The highly optimised features Noctua's proprietary AAO frame as well as sophisticated aerodynamic design measures such as Flow Acceleration Channels, which allows it to further improve the renowned efficiency of Noctua's previous 92mm models and contributes to the NH-D9L' superior cooling performance. In addition, the maximum fan speed can be reduced from to rpm using the supplied Low-Noise Adaptor for even quieter operation. Dual fan ready The NH-D9L includes an extra set of fan mounting clips for users who want to achieve even better cooling performance by adding a second, optional NF-A9 to the front fin stack.

Have you tried install from the alternate installation disk for Ubuntu and then trying to get the drivers from there? Though I find ATi drivers are getting a lot better.


I will certainly post what happens next week. Since will have the money by the end of this week and then with shipping though I will probably have like next day shipping because I am excited: P There are so many posts each day it is easy to get lost and you don't want to have to bump posts. We don't have a local Linux group here so Asrock M3A780GXH128M AMD VGA I have a problem it is: Google, forums, friends and my own mind. Tough for problems like this though. I will be waiting to see this series from nVIDIA in case the card itself is in my price range and if it is actually a better card. But why would i need to use the open source drivers by the way? Oh right, not same day support for Linux The open source drivers would only be 2D. I am taking on of the s out of the main machine actually until I now if the series will be good.

Then I will either buy the or the series card. HighlyDubious October 8th, Actually, since I happened to have a Ubuntu Server CD, I tried that, and it did actually make it all the way through the install. But when I did an apt-get for xubuntu-desktop, it crapped Asrock M3A780GXH128M AMD VGA with many errors. So even though the Server version is not the exact same as the alternate install version, I figure they are fairly close, and I don't have much hope for Asrock M3A780GXH128M AMD VGA version.

AMD Phenom II X6 1040T @ 2710.97 MHz

P I happened to find several interesting articles today. I won't recite all the details, but bottom line is, according to one review of an Phenom II X3they couldn't get Ubuntu 9.

But when they tried it under 9. So, maybe I just need to be a little patient, and wait for 9.

I didn't read those articles in extreme detail, mostly just skimmed over the technical parts, but bottom line is, it's beginning to look like 9. For what its worth, I'm making an Asrock M3A780GXH128M AMD VGA guess you will experience similar problems with 9.

Anyway, here's the link for the review of the Phenom II X3 link http: I don't have the links to the other articles I was reading them on my blackberry while at the Dr. One thing to note, there were a few articles that mentioned using the and with Linux. So you might be interested in those articles. Actually, according to the Asrock M3A780GXH128M AMD VGA I skimmed over, ATI is not only beginning to offer same-day support for Linux, they are also putting Tux on the box of newer cards, and including Linux drivers on the CD with the product.

In other words, according to the articles, ATI is working very hard to seriously improve their support for Linux. That wasn't what I saw when I had the in this i7 machine, but maybe I just didn't know what I was doing. All I know is that I kept seeing a black and screwed up screen about half the time when I rebooted: Anyway, just wanted to pass those articles along to you.

Take care, and keep me posted on your new install. Vakman October 8th, Scroll up a bit, I don't know why I put you at the Edge drivers. Might be worth a shot though 9.

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Will be great when all cards have same day support. Anyway I will keep you posted.


I will be trying a different RAM manufacturer than I usually use. Mushkin this time, should be good. Here is to hoping. PCI-E 1x16 or 2x8.


Even then you would probably need a benchmarking suite to notice. If its your 2nd machine, I guess you would be playing games on your main machine, so thats all kind of pointless.


As for the sound card. Integrated AMD Radeon HD graphics, DX10 class iGPU, Pixel ShaderMax. Built-in MB DDR3 (OC)/MHz SidePort Memory.

Supports ASRock Instant Boot, Smart BIOS, ASRock OC Tuner, Intelligent Energy Saver. Graphics. - Integrated AMD Radeon HD graphics - DX10 class iGPU, Pixel Shader Built-in MB DDR3 (OC)/MHz SidePort Memory.

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