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  1. Analogia jest do pupy. Pojemność sieci jest praktycznie nieskończona (powiedzmy jak oceanu).

    Rektorat rozdaje im słomki którymi z tego oceanu leci 8Mb/s.

    Pijąc przez dwie słomki piją max 2x8Mb/s. Pijąc przez switcha będą mogli pić 3x8Mb/s = 24Mb/s

    Dlaczego? Rektorat stawia ograniczenie nie na słomkę ale na gardło czyli klienta przypisując dla jednego ip lub mac 8Mb/s. Obecnie jest dwóch klientów (gardła): jeden to router bo jego widzi sieć uczelniana, drugi klient to ten podłączony do ściany. Gdy zastosują switch to sieć będzie widziała trzech klientów (trzy ip, trzy mac'e, trzy gardła) i każdy dostanie swoje ip i swój limit 8Mb/s. Przecież gamo gniazdko na ścianie nie ma limitu 8Mb/s...

     

    jak widać pojęcia nie masz o czym piszesz, ale czaruj dalej - może są tu tacy którzy lubią głupoty w stylu "pojemność sieci jest nieskończona". Ludzka głupota też o czym już einstein napisał.
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  2. A switch nie załatwiłby sprawy? Pewnie wtedy każdy dostanie swoje 8Mb/s.

    Można na routerze wyłączyć dhcp, z gniazdka podłączyć kabel pod lan i tak samo komputery pod lan.

     

    Posłuże się analogią, skoro tak "mądre" pytanie zadałeś - czy jeśli dwie osoby będą piły na zmianę z jednej butelki litr napoju, co w efekcie daje około po 0.5l na głowę, to czy gdy damy im dwie słomki i będą mogli pić jednocześnie to znaczy, że wypiją na głowe po litrze, zamiast po pół.

  3. I po cholerę się udzielasz skoro nic "mondrego" nie masz do powiedzenia?

     

    @Deacon_Frost - sprawdź post 68

     

    Skoro nie zrozumiałeś o co mi chodzi to język trzymaj za zębami. Rośnie społeczeństwo leni które samo się nic a nic nie wysili a tylko czeka na gotowe. Nawet całego wątku nie chciało się przeczytać.

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  4. Jak sam napisałeś "gwarantem" tej karty jest sklep. Miał on 14 dni roboczych na uwzględnienie Twojego roszczenia - nie zakwestionował Twojej reklamacji więc to teraz ich problem. Idź do sklepu po nową kartę - w przypadku odmowy wydania sprawnego zamiennika od razu uderzaj do federacji konsumentów.

  5. Witam, w cl6 w grach zauważysz różnicę (spadek 10 do 11 klatek w stosunku do cl5) cl5 są szybsze szukaj w innym sklepie lub alledrogo CL5 oczywiście :)

     

    1. Jest różnica 2 - 3ns i możesz je odczuć w grach

    2. Jeżeli w dualu dasz cl5 i cl6 to mogą ze sobą nie współgrać, przez co może zmniejszyć ci się wydajność

     

    Jak chcą ci wcisnąć cl6 to lepiej poszukaj na allegro cl5 i zamów, teraz nawet bez konta możesz zamawiać.

    Pozdrawiam

     

    Na razie to można odczuć ból brzucha i zajady ze śmiechu - skąd Ty się urwałeś bajkopisarzu :)

  6. Z tym że kart jeszcze nie ma. W przyszłym tyg. mają być, więc nie ma gwarancji, że jak zamówisz dziś w tej cenie to za taką Ci sprzedadzą. Co do ceny to takiej się właśnie spodziewałem.

     

     

    a niby w jakiej cenie miałby płacić niż w tej która obowiązywała w dniu złożenia zamówienia. Ciebie jako konsumenta nie interesuje ile coś będzie kosztowało za jakiś tam czas - składając i potwierdzając zamówienie rozpocząłeś umowę kupna-sprzedaży w której to obowiązuje cena z dnia potwierdzenia transakcji a nie z dnia kiedy sklep jest w stanie Ci dostarczyć produkt.

  7. "Wg informacji producenta, partia nowych kart Galaxy GF 8800 GT z chłodzeniem CoolerMaster Heat-Pipe (czyli tym cichym) dopiero do nas jedzie i jeśli cena nie ulegnie zmianie, to będzie to bardzo interesująca propozycja, jedna z najlepszych na rynku GF 8800 GT."

    To cytat z egieldy, czyli oni testowali nowe rewizje kart prosto od producenta ktore dopiero do nas przyjadą. Różnia sie tylko taktowaniem od tych obecnych teraz na rynku. Dlatego mieli w innym miejscu zworke. Swoja droga to pewnie ta sama karta ;)

    Od tygodnia mam kartę identyczną jak na fotkach z egieldy - sugerujesz, że do mnie dojechała szybciej ? ;-)

  8. Co do chlodzenia, to spisuje sie wysmienicie. Nie wiem na ile mozna wierzyc programowi GPU-Z jako odczyt temperatury, ale Zalman skrecony na minimum spisuje sie po 10min tak:

     

    Dołączona grafika

     

    W IDLE jakies 35C.

    GPU-Z pokazuje temperature z czujnika w pobliżu rdzenia, a nie samego rdzenia. To samo mam na swoim galaxym - około 35 stopni, a wszystkie inne programy te 35 pokazują jako temperature otoczenia.

  9. Czy moglibyście odpowiedzieć mi na parę pytań dotyczących działania 8800GT od Galaxy? Bo chyba odeśle tego Palita i wezmę Galaxy.

     

    1. Czy piszczą cewki?

    2. Czy jest regulacja obrotów wiatraka?

    3. Czy działa odczyt temperatur?

    4. Czy chłodzenie jest ciche? Tzn. czy jest cichsze od tego Palitowskiego?

    5. Czy są plomby które uniemożliwiają wymianę chłodzenia?

     

    Z góry dziękuje i liczę na waszą pomoc.

    1. Nie

    2. Nie

    3. Tak

    4. Tak. Nie mam porównania do palitowego :)

    5. Wątpie byś chciał je wymieniać - u mnie idle to 45c, max jaki miałem pod 3d to 60c :)

  10. No to tego Gigabyte'a trzeba omijać z daleka... Dzięki za linki Shake !

     

    A co powiecie Panowie o Zotacu AMP ? Ma takty 700/2000 i mógłbym go mieć za 900. Warto to brać?

    Czy też wziąć tego Palita zwykłego za 750 i kręcić? Na ile one tak średnio latają (bez przeróbek)?

    N/p - sam miałem w planie kupić tą karte, a czekając na spadek cen czytałem różne fora - no i wyszło szydło z worka :)

    Co do kart z własnym chłodzeniem - Gigabyte jak widać odpada, Asus - brak regulacji obrotów, odczyta temperatury tylko spod Smart Doctor'a (w gigabyte'cie również nie ma regulacji obrotów), Galaxy dwuslotowy - suszarka potworna :) Na sparklu pasywnym można jajko usmażyć.

    Jak na razie jedyną kartą z własnym coolerem która jednocześnie ma regulacje obrotów programową to palit :)

  11. Widać jestem tym szczęśliwym posiadaczem u którego żadne z opisywanych objawów nie występują.

    Najwyraźniej - nie bez powodu newegg na kilka dni wycofał tą karte z sprzedaży, a przez wiele dni na zachodniej stronie gigabyte'a była fotka tej karty już z nowym chłodzeniem, a na polskiej wciąż z zalmanem 700-tką.

  12. Download: http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html

     

    Changelog:

     

    Resolved Issues for the Windows Vista Operating System

     

    This section provides information on resolved issues in this release of the ATI Catalyst™ Software Suite for Windows Vista. These include:

    Bioshock: Flickering is no longer noticed during the cinematic introduction of the game. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31570

    Half-Life 2: Episode 2: Playing the game on a system containing an ATI Radeon HD 3800 series of product no longer results in the game failing to the desktop when CrossFire™ is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30753

    F.E.A.R.: A black screen no longer occurs when the display is set to 2048x1536 and the in-game AA option is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31567

    Lightsmark 2007: Running the benchmark no longer results in the robot character not being drawn properly. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31573

    Oblivion: Task switching between the game and the Windows Vista desktop no longer results in corruption being noticed when AA is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31568

    Oblivion: Flickering is no longer noticed when first making a move if the in-game settings are set to maximum, CrossFire™ is enabled and AF is set to 16x. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31152

    Oblivion: The game no longer fails and display corruption is no longer noticed when the game is minimized to desktop and then restored. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31151

    World In Conflict: The game no longer fails to the Windows desktop when the display resolution is set to 1280x768 and AF is set to 16x. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30752

    Creating a secondary user account and switching from the secondary user account to the primary user account no longer results in CrossFire™ failing to be enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-28786

    Connecting a secondary display device to a system containing an ATI Radeon x1200/1250/1270 series of product and enabling clone mode or extended desktop mode no longer results in horizontal line corruption being noticed when using a high refresh rate and display resolution. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31144

    Connecting a secondary display device and enabling clone mode no longer results in the inability of changing the display configuration when resuming from an S4 state. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31157

    Connecting an HDMI display device as the primary and setting the display resolution to 1280x1024 no longer results in an error message when attempting to personalize the display settings. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31165

    The Apply and Discard buttons are no longer enabled within the OverDrive™ tab after applying the hotkey to restore default VPU and Memory clocks. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31543

    Changing the Catalyst Control Center language support to Polish no longer results in duplicate options being displayed within the Avivo video options. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31544

    The text size is now set appropriately for the LCD Overview page when setting the language type to Japanese. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31545

    Truncated text is no longer noticed in the ATI OverDrive™ Unlock warning message. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31555

    Installing either two ATI Radeon HD 2400 series products no longer results in the ability to enable display device which are not connected to the system within the Catalyst Control Center->Display Manager. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31556

    The Catalyst Control Center no longer intermittently fails to launch on systems containing an ATI Radeon 9500/9600/9700 series of product and running Windows XP or Windows XP Professional x64 Edition operating system. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31559

    Theater mode is no longer disabled or unavailable when connecting two display devices and enabling either clone mode or extended desktop mode. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31560

    The incorrect spelling of properties in Avivo color help page is now resolved. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31562

    Connecting an HDTV as the primary display device using a component video dongle and any other display device as a secondary display no longer results in software CrossFire™ failing to be enabled on the primary display device. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31563

    The display name no longer fails to enumerate for the secondary adapter in the OverDrive™ autotune window. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31564

    An additional System Setting Change dialog box no longer appears when enabling CrossFire™. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31565

    Setting the DPI to 120 in the Display Properties no longer results in the combo box being cut-off. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31566

    The OverDrive™ version detection for legacy products is now resolved. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31569

    Clone mode no longer fails to be enabled when resuming from suspend mode. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31571

    Connecting a TV to a system running Windows Vista and containing an ATI Radeon 1300/15x0/1600 series of product no longer results in certain areas of the display appearing lighter than other areas. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31572

    Using the Cyberlink player to play a Blu-Ray title no longer results in the display device becoming green or black when resuming from suspend mode. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31574

    Resuming from an S3 state no longer results in the display continually blinking on systems running the Windows Vista operating system (64bit version). Further details can be found in topic number 737-31575

     

     

    Resolved Issues for the Windows XP Operating System

     

    This section provides information on resolved issues in this release of the ATI Catalyst™ Software Suite for Windows XP. These include:

    Call of Juarez and Stalker and Timeshift: Launching the games under Windows XP no longer results in intermittent corruption or flashing being noticed. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31612

    Enemy Territories Quake Wars v1.2: Flickering is no longer noticed when enabling Triple Buffering, setting AA to 8x and setting the display resolution to 2560x1600. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31610

    TianJi: Logging into the game no longer results in the function buttons not working and the system setting window failing to open. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31607

    World of Warcraft: Launching two game windows and switching between the game windows on a system with an Apple 30 inch display device no longer results in the game image failing to be drawn properly. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31608

    Google SketchUP: the application no longer fails to launch on systems running Windows XP and containing an ATI Radeon HD 2900 series of product. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31609

    The movement of pictures now appear smooth under Excel (Office2007) when the color depth is set to 16bpp. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31167

    The AVIVO TV controls are now available under the Windows Media Center Edition operating system. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31170

    The scaling function no longer fails under certain resolutions in the Catalyst Control Center. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31169

    The display now returns when attempting to log back on to the system after logging out of the system. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31601

    Connecting an HDTV as a secondary display device no longer results in the display device failing to show up as a DTV (DVI) display device in the Catalyst Control Center. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31603

    The Windows XP operating system no longer hangs with a blank screen when running the Run Automated Clock Configuration Utility. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31611

     

    Known Issues Under the Windows Vista Operating System

     

    This section provides information on known issues associated with the ATI Catalyst™. These include:

    Lost Planet: Setting AA to either 4x or 8x may result in the game failing to respond. Further details can be found in topic number 737-28492

    Oblivion: Flickering may be noticed when first making a move if the in-game settings are set to maximum, CrossFire™ is enabled and AF is set to 16x. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31581

    Unreal Tournament 3: The game may intermittently fail to launch when a map has texture detail set to maximum. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31189

    Rebooting the operating system after changing the skin to any available option other than system skin may result in the Catalyst™ Control Center menu options no longer being visible. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30569

    The Catalyst™ Control Center menu option may fail to function when changing the skin from system skin to any other available skin. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30570

    Installing the WDM driver on systems containing an ATI TV Tuner product and an ATI graphics adapter may result in the WDM driver failing to install. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30571

    Connecting a secondary display device using the HDMI connector and enabling either clone mode or extended desktop mode may result in the WinDVD 7 player playing in a windowed mode on both display devices when Overlay Theater Mode is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30579

    The Windows Vista operating system may fail to respond when running the Auto-tune utility found in the Catalyst™ Control Center OverDrive™ option. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30584

    Using the hot-key function to switch between various display scenarios may result in the HDMI display device displaying a blank screen. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31145

    The secondary HDMI Display may turn off when resuming from an S1 hibernation with an HDMI display connected. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31146

    Connecting a secondary display device using the HDMI connector and enabling either clone mode or extended desktop mode may result in the WinDVD 7 player playing in a windowed mode on both display devices when Overlay Theater Mode is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30579

    Resuming from hibernation mode with HDMI display connected may result in a black screen with only a mouse cursor being displayed. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31149

    Setting the desktop resolution to 1600x1200 or greater may result in green pixel corruption being noticed when playing certain games. This issue maybe noticed when using a system running Windows Vista and containing an ATI Radeon™ HD 2600 or HD 2400 series of product. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31150

    Attempting to play the HD-DVD title Harsh Verdana, School for Scoundrels using the Cyberlink player may result in block corruption being noticed. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31155

    The OverDrive™ page may be grayed out and the GPU and memory clocks as may be displayed as 000 after enabling CrossFire™ on systems containing and ATI Radeon™ X1900 CrossFire™ Edition and running Windows Vista (64 bit version). Further details can be found in topic number 737-31161

    Enabling CrossFire™ on a system containing an ATI Radeon™ X1900 CrossFire™ Edition product may result in the Windows Vista (64 bit version) failing. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31163

    An error message may appear when installing the display driver package through setup.exe. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31577

    Using the pound key (#) as the first character in the user name may result in an error when installing the Catalyst Control Center. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31578

    The OverDrive™ page may be missing in the Catalyst Control Center after disabling CrossFire™ support. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31579

    The color depth may change to 8 bpp when enabling or disabling CrossFire™ for the first time. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31580

    Display corruption may be noticed when enabling CrossFire™ on a system containing an ATI Radeon X1900/1950 series of product when the display resolution is set to 1600x1200 70Hz and running a 3D application in full screen mode. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31582

    Hot-plugging an HDMI display device may result in the display device failing to be detected on systems containing an ATI Radeon HD 2400 series of product and running Windows Vista. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31583

    Enabling extended desktop mode and setting the display resolution to 1280x800 or higher, followed by playing an HD-DVD using PowerDVD, may results in the HD-DVD title failing to play. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31584

    Dragging player window to secondary display while playing back HD content and moving it back to primary may result in blank player window. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31585

    The OverDrive™ page may be grayed out and the GPU and memory clocks as may be displayed as 000 after enabling CrossFire™ on systems containing and ATI Radeon X1900 CrossFire™ Edition and running Windows Vista (64 bit version). Further details can be found in topic number 737-31586

     

    Known Issues Under the Windows XP Operating System

     

    The following section provides a summary of open issues in the latest version of Catalyst™. These include:

    After installing the graphics driver an error message may be displayed when attempting to launch DirectX based games when using an ATI AGP product. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31542

    Call of Juarez: Setting the game level with Optimal Quality and high in-game settings may result in the game level being blank. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30591

    Enemy Territory: Quake Wars may have corruption on the water and sky after increasing the game resolution. Restarting the game at that higher resolution or issuing reloadImages command in the game console corrects the corruption. This issue only impacts graphics cards up to the ATI Radeon™ X850. Further details can be found in topic number 737-29947

    Lost Planet: Setting AA to either 4x or 8x may intermittently result in the game failing to respond. Further details can be found in topic number 737-28492

    STALKER: Shadows may not be rendered properly when CrossFire™ is enabled along with AA being enabled at 4x and Full Dynamic Lighting also being enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31597

    Connecting a CRT display device as the secondary display and playing a Blu-ray DVD using a Cyberlink player may result in no video playback if extended desktop mode is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30587

    Connecting a Dual Link Panel to the on-board DVI port, followed by hot plugging a DVI display to the add-on DVI card may result in clone mode becoming disabled when rebooting the machine and the secondary display device remaining blank. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31166

    The Catalyst Control Center menu option may fail to function when changing the skin from system skin to any other available skin. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30570

    Setting the display resolution to 1440x900 or lower may result in corruption being noticed when playing a DVD title. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31168

    Setting the desktop resolution to 1280x1024 and using PowerDVD to play an HD-DVD or Blu-ray title may result in corruption being noticed when using an ATI Radeon™ HD 2400 series of product. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31171

    On certain products, changing display resolution while playing back High Definition content may results in instability. It is recommended to set appropriate resolution while playback is stopped. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31172

    Cyberlink: Playing a DVD title on a system containing an ATI Radeon™ HD 2400 series may result in corruption being noticed. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31173

    Connecting a CRT display device as the secondary display and playing a Blu-ray DVD using a Cyberlink player may result in no video playback if extended desktop mode is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-30587

    The floppy drive may fail to read or write under Vista on a Dell XPS410 system. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31148

    On certain products, changing display resolution while playing back High Definition content may results in instability. It is recommended to set appropriate resolution while playback is stopped. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31598

    Connecting a CRT display device as the secondary display and playing a Blu-ray DVD using a Cyberlink player may result in no video playback if extended desktop mode is enabled. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31599

    Known Issues Under the Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

     

    The following section provides a summary of open issues in the latest version of Catalyst™. These include:

    World in Conflict: Text corruption may be noticed when playing the game on a system running Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and containing an ATI Radeon HD 30 series of product. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31619

    Running an OpenGL application and attempting to rotate the desktop may result in corruption being noticed. Further details can be found in topic number 737-29556

    The Record function currently fails to work when using an ATI All-In-Wonder™ X1300 and time shifting is enabled. Further information can be found in topic number 737-22014

    Running an OpenGL application and attempting to rotate the desktop may result in corruption being noticed. Further details can be found in topic number 737-29556

    Hot plugging a display device to a system running Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and containing an ATI Radeon X1250/1270 series of product may result in the display device failing to be detected. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31618

    Standard PAL mode may fail to be available in the Catalyst Control Center. Further details can be found in topic number 737-31620

  13. Omegi bazowane na 7.12:

     

    What's New in Omega Drivers?

    v4.8.442

     

    [*] Based on the Catalyst 7.12 Official drivers.

     

    [*] Major video card support rewrite from scratch. This time every Radeon card under the sun should be supported, if the divers don't install on your card you either have a freak of nature card or a card too new that not even the ATI has support for it. ;) (Many thanks to all the people that sent their unsupported IDs)

     

    [+] Added support for desktop HD3k Series and laptop HD2k Series.

     

    [+] Experimental Gamma settings. Now whatever gamma setting you set on your desktop should pass on to your 3D applications. (tested with Adobe Gamma)

     

    [+] The "temporary" fix for AGP cards still included. Waiting for ATI releases an official fix... *sigh*

     

    [*] Upgraded installer to reflect logo/site changes.

     

    [*] Upgraded drivers to v4 because of the previous details, plus thanks to a new install method I found, reduced the driver's size by a lot without loosing any features or options.

     

     

    Known Issues:

    1) For the 2D->3D gamma trick to work properly you must NOT run CCC (if you have it installed); when CCC is open it forces it's own gamma settings overriding any gamma you have set using a 3rd party tool. If you happen to open CCC by mistake, in order to recover the gamma correction values, you only need to run whatever gamma program you use and gamma should be back to your settings again.

     

    2) Since Overscan has been from the drivers, if you need to connect your PC to a regular TV that DOES need overscan in order to view it properly, you need to install the official CCC Control Panel from ATI after my drivers so you have access to the new "scaling" feature and scale the overscan to fit your needs.

     

    3) From Cat 6.6 and up ATI removed driver-level support for the following series of cards (including Mobility models): Radeon 7k, 8k, 9k-9250 Series. Since the Omega Drivers use ATI drivers as a base, that means they will also not include support for these chipsets, they may install, but the PC may give you a BSOD or a black screen upon boot, install newer drivers at your own risk. People that need to install Omega Drivers on these cards should use v3.8.252 or older, you can get these on the Archive section of my site.

     

    Download: http://www.omegadrivers.net/ati_winxp.php

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