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March 9, 2007 11:09:03 AM

If i have a S3 and a G945...can we use G945's onboard graphic card into an s3...like by some wire or some mods... :roll:

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March 9, 2007 1:06:34 PM

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If i have a S3 and a G945...can we use G945's onboard graphic card into an s3...like by some wire or some mods... :roll:


Quit doing this again
March 9, 2007 1:10:59 PM

Wow, maybe I shouldn't have awarded Dumb Idea Of The Week to the desktop res thread. It would've been a close call. Still, I think you would've been edged out.
March 9, 2007 1:17:48 PM

i have my evga 7600gt but it blew up after 1year and 2months....it always remained 120C...i don't know from which day it went 120C...but when i called the evga tech support they told we cant help you for the damaged device..WTF :evil:  ....so i asked my freind to give me a cheap mobo with onboard VGA as i have only 30$. :cry: .
March 9, 2007 1:26:28 PM

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i have my evga 7600gt but it blew up after 1year and 2months....it always remained 120C...i don't know from which day it went 120C...but when i called the evga tech support they told we can help you for the damaged device..WTF :evil:  ....so i asked my freind to give me a cheap mobo with onboard VGA as i have only 30$. :cry: .

So just buy a crappy gfx card with the 30 bucks. Can't you think for yourself??
March 9, 2007 1:40:59 PM

in dubai u can't find any graphic card till 30$...the cheapest graphic card here is 7100gs... so do u know how to use that onboard VGA with s3...and don't teach me (just answer my question, if u can't don't answer it)
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So just buy a crappy gfx card with the 30 bucks. Can't you think for yourself??
March 9, 2007 1:45:51 PM

Why don´t you borrowed a crappy gfx card in first place? The only way is use the mobo with the G945 with all the components.
I have to teach you because you are simply dumb. (you asked for it)

Ps: excuse me, I mean, really really dumb
March 9, 2007 1:51:09 PM

Okay if you really need that integrated graphics, here's what you do:

Pry the graphics chip off the 945 with an exacto-knife. Then glue it somewhere on the S3 board. It doesn't matter where, they can communicate wirelessly. Unless there's a lot of electromagnetic interference near your computer, like a CRT monitor if your case is unshielded. Then you should glue it really close to the CPU to make sure the signals aren't jammed.

Of course, it's not essential to use glue, you could just use liberal amounts of tape. But glue is usually neater and more secure. Then you're done!





The above procedure was written in jest. Don't try it.
March 9, 2007 1:51:20 PM

hez my freind not a comp..seller.. he don't have a Graphic card.. i am using that only but it can't overclock above 322fsb...everything boots up again after 323...
March 9, 2007 1:55:01 PM

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i am using that only but it can't overclock above 322fsb...everything boots up again after 323...


What does that matter for the questions you brought up???

How old are you? Really?
March 9, 2007 1:58:14 PM

in my thread i meant i want a ocing mobo wid a graphic card (if it can be somehow taken from g945) an e6300 is really slow at stock speed.....i am 18
March 9, 2007 2:04:23 PM

The link to this thread deserves to be posted on other forums... and quoted on sigs.

THIS THREAD IS AWESOME!
March 9, 2007 2:05:13 PM

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Okay if you really need that integrated graphics, here's what you do:

Pry the graphics chip off the 945 with an exacto-knife. Then glue it somewhere on the S3 board. It doesn't matter where, they can communicate wirelessly. Unless there's a lot of electromagnetic interference near your computer, like a CRT monitor if your case is unshielded. Then you should glue it really close to the CPU to make sure the signals aren't jammed.

Of course, it's not essential to use glue, you could just use liberal amounts of tape. But glue is usually neater and more secure. Then you're done!





The above procedure was written in jest. Don't try it.

Don't listen to Jeff... he's obviously an idiot and is just trying to get you to mess up your killer rig. You'll need a soldering iron in addition to glue... I'm not sure why that jerk omitted that. As long as all of the metal is touching metal you should be fine. Let us know how it turns out.
March 9, 2007 2:07:56 PM

First: you can´t get another chipset to run in other mobo (the integrated gfx is in the chipset)

Second: 945 chipset is stable but not good to OC.

Third: So, keep it at the maximum fsb you can while it's stable and wait for your 7600GT to return from warranty. (assuming you are running all the parts in you friend's mobo)

Fourth: Don´t eat words and say as much as you can when you start a thread, and answer according to the questions that are brought up. That way you won't make an arse of yourself (at least not as much as we think you are now).
March 9, 2007 2:09:46 PM

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Okay if you really need that integrated graphics, here's what you do:

Pry the graphics chip off the 945 with an exacto-knife. Then glue it somewhere on the S3 board. It doesn't matter where, they can communicate wirelessly. Unless there's a lot of electromagnetic interference near your computer, like a CRT monitor if your case is unshielded. Then you should glue it really close to the CPU to make sure the signals aren't jammed.

Of course, it's not essential to use glue, you could just use liberal amounts of tape. But glue is usually neater and more secure. Then you're done!





The above procedure was written in jest. Don't try it.

Don't listen to Jeff... he's obviously an idiot and is just trying to get you to mess up your killer rig. You'll need a soldering iron in addition to glue... I'm not sure why that jerk omitted that. As long as all of the metal is touching metal you should be fine. Let us know how it turns out.

Dude, haven't you ever done this with the 945? All the 9-series chipsets can operate wirelessly. Get with the times, you don't need to fiddle with solder for this to work anymore.
March 9, 2007 2:10:38 PM

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Don't listen to Jeff... he's obviously an idiot and is just trying to get you to mess up your killer rig. You'll need a soldering iron in addition to glue... I'm not sure why that jerk omitted that. As long as all of the metal is touching metal you should be fine. Let us know how it turns out.


Jeff is right! Where did you get that idea of soldering? Glue avoids short circuit , you are making this a lot harder!
March 9, 2007 2:11:30 PM

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First: you can´t get another chipset to run in other mobo (the integrated gfx is in the chipset)

Second: 945 chipset is stable but not good to OC.

Third: So, keep it at the maximum fsb you can while it's stable and wait for your 7600GT to return from warranty. (assuming you are running all the parts in you friend's mobo)

Fourth: Don´t eat words and say as much as you can when you start a thread, and answer according to the questions that are brought up. That way you won't make an arse of yourself (at least not as much as we think you are now).

You cannot possibly be taking this guy seriously? I thought the first reply to his post was dead on... this guy was high as a kite when he posted.
March 9, 2007 2:14:26 PM

I need to know if he's messing with us or if he is really retarded. :?
March 9, 2007 2:23:19 PM

finish this topic....i confirm that PMR is totally retarted....i just asked him a question...and it is not necessary to reply if he could'nt answer...just a retarted person does like this
March 9, 2007 2:26:30 PM

He was serious. And he is from Dubai... so his English may emphasize that, although he isn't [that] retarted. Check his other posts, he knows his OCing.
March 9, 2007 2:31:41 PM

and where are u from newbie (fsalazar)...i know about overclocking but not like mods etc.. i just asked a question that everyone can understand....but i think pmr is about 12-15 years...hez just messin for fun...
March 9, 2007 2:31:44 PM

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finish this topic....i confirm that PMR is totally retarted....i just asked him a question...and it is not necessary to reply if he could'nt answer...just a retarted person does like this


I can't understand your sentence...
I was the only one that answered all your questions (more than you deserved) and you say I can't answer?

now you can go sodomize yourself (and learn how to write)
March 9, 2007 2:36:26 PM

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and where are u from newbie (fsalazar)...i know about overclocking but not like mods etc.. i just asked a question that everyone can understand....but i think pmr is about 12-15 years...hez just messin for fun...


no, in fact I'm 5 years old.

I think I'm not the only one fukcing around with you...And I'm 27, but this doesn't matter also.

As you can see (can you?) I wrote this:

"First: you can´t get another chipset to run in other mobo (the integrated gfx is in the chipset)

Second: 945 chipset is stable but not good to OC.

Third: So, keep it at the maximum fsb you can while it's stable and wait for your 7600GT to return from warranty. (assuming you are running all the parts in you friend's mobo)"

What part didn't you understand?
March 9, 2007 2:38:58 PM

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he knows his OCing.


and that's all what he knows...
March 9, 2007 2:43:35 PM

ya i know only ocing...nothing else. thats why i started this thread. and that 7600gt will not be repaired
March 9, 2007 2:45:51 PM

now i am going to do my homework.. ill be back in 2-3hrs
March 9, 2007 2:46:22 PM

So, save for another one!

And don't come back to this thread.

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March 9, 2007 2:52:23 PM

ya thread ended......da end
March 9, 2007 3:16:45 PM

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He was serious. And he is from Dubai... so his English may emphasize that, although he isn't [that] retarted. Check his other posts, he knows his OCing.

I still say he was high as a kite when he posted. That wasn't an English problem... that was a neural transmitter problem.
March 9, 2007 3:23:08 PM

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He was serious. And he is from Dubai... so his English may emphasize that, although he isn't [that] retarted. Check his other posts, he knows his OCing.

I still say he was high as a kite when he posted. That wasn't an English problem... that was a neuron transmitter problem.

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