There's two Cool'n'Quiet things that comes with the support disk for my
M2NPV-MX board. One from AMD which is a driver, I think, and one Utility
from ASUS. I've installed both, but I was told that I had to enable it from
the BIOS, which I have not come around to yet.
Anyway, I'm curious: is this fantastic, or has little effect? Or is it even
Erland Sommarskog, Stockholm, esquel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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