TOSHIBA Canvio Desk 3TB USB 3.0 Black Desktop External Hard Drive HDWC130XK3J1

The Toshiba Canvio® Desk Desktop External Hard Drive is easy to set up and is ideal for expanding your storage needs. This drive offers high capacity storage in a small compact design. Built-In USB 3.0 Interface significantly improves file transfer performance for large media files and dramatically minimizes the wait time for backup.

Pros

  • 3 TB Storage
  • Aesthetics and accessories are acceptable and what I would expect for a 99.00 to $129.99 priced drive.
  • Sturdy design, firm contacts, low noise

Cons

  • After 3 months, it will crash
  • Not a universal USB cable, can only be purchased thru Toshiba.
  • Horrible Tech Support from Toshiba.
  • Toshiba is making me pay for shipping their dead hard drive back to them. Lame customer service.
  • Upon initial use, the drive would hang with sustained transfers and inevitably failed after approximately one hour of use. Transfer rates were about 14 to 25 MB/s, or very poor, while it worked.
  • It has quit to be detected by any laptop, desktop, working under Windows 7 or XP, Linux Ubuntu, even by Sony blue ray player (via usb connection) exactly in 2 weeks. It does not even show a corrupt HDD or even any device whatsoever in Linux Ubuntu or Windows XP, 7. Its not seen simply by BIOS while booting the computer either.

Top 10 Most Helpful Customer Reviews from Amazon and Newegg

  1. Poor Customer Service: Lasted 2 wks after install at customer site – Toshiba wanted $180 holding fee to replace the drive under warranty. Told them we would send them the drive and they could then send another one – “That’s not how we do it” was the reponse from Toshiba. I just threw it in the trash. Last product I will ever order from Toshiba
  2. Terrible: I have had this drive for just a few months and it has already failed. It would regularly disconnect from my computer and now it is not recognized by Windows.
  3. Drive failed, Toshiba makes me pay shipping: Toshiba is making me pay for shipping their dead hard drive back to them. Lame customer service.
  4. No Tech Support: I received the drive which had an operating issue ( Which I now know how to resolve)but when I called Toshiba for Tech Support… they told me There ias NO tech support whatsoever for this Product… Soo…with that in mind, I returned it to my place of purchase for a complete refund. And I bought a Western Digital, which I knew has EXCELLENT tech support. I refuse to buy/own a product from a company who could care less about me (the end user).
  5. Died quickly: This product is fantastic if you only need to store 3tb of data for a week or so.
  6. Died after 2 weeks: After copying almost 3 TB off my old drives to condense my collection to one HD, the drive died after 2 weeks later. Getting cyclic redundancy error and windows wont see drive-cant even try to reformat. Tried on multiple computers. Worst part is I deleted the data in my old HDs, so I lost about 5 years, and almost 2 TB of data. I’m mad because I lost years of work.
  7. Avoid the Toshiba 3TB Canvio external hard drive: The drive was admittedly inexpensive; however, the value for the price is poor because it failed almost immediately and Toshiba support is mind-bogglingly poor. This is my first and last external Toshiba hard drive. The hard drive in my enclosure is a Hitachi HDS5C3030BLE630 (5,700 RPM, 32MB Cache, and 14 ms access time).
  8. So far so good…Not so fast! We’ll, as fate would have it I have spoken too soon! Just as of this weekend the backup is not completing as it errors out after some percentage complete. Just doesn’t finish. I believe some sectors have already gone bad. Called the customer service line and their automatic response is to send you to their website “acclaim.toshiba.com” where you basically have to send it in as a claim. Luckily I am within the 30 day window with Amazon so I am returning it.

Details

Model
Brand: TOSHIBA
Series: Canvio Desk
Model: HDWC130XK3J1

Performance
Color: Black
Interface: USB 3.0
Capacity: 3TB
Cache: 32MB
RPM: 5700 RPM
Average Seek Time: 14ms

Physical Spec
Form Factor: 3.5″
Dimensions: 6.57″ x 5.08″ x 1.65″

Features
High capacity storage in a compact desktop design
Versatile orientation that fits your space in your home or office
Preloaded easy-to-use backup software
Secure backup with password
Schedule automatic backup
File, folder and full system backup and recovery
USB plug and play
USB 3.0 + USB 2.0 compatible

System Requirements
Formatted NTFS for Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
Requires reformatting for Mac OS X Tiger, Leopard or Snow Leopard
Available USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port
USB 3.0 port required for high speed transfers

Package Contents
Toshiba Canvio Desk Hard Drive
USB 3.0 Cable
AC Power Adapter
Quick Start Guide
NTI Backup Now EZ (preloaded on drive)

Fix Windows 7 No Internet Network Found on Start Up

Here is a guide on How to Fix No Internet Connection Windows 7 when its boot up. I received an old PC (Intel i7 920 + Gigabyte EX58-UD5 + 3GB RAM) few days ago which was built around 2009. After playing with it, I discovered that it has a few issues and one of it was the internet connection.

Every time I started up the rig, Windows Network Adapter is not able to detect any internet connection even though my router is turned on and LAN Ethernet Cable is connected to the PC. As this gigabyte motherboard has 2 ethernet ports, I switched the LAN cable from 1 to the other. From that quick fix, Windows was able to auto-detect my Internet Connection. However, it is a hassle to kept on plug in and out the Ethernet cable each time I turned on the PC.

I wonder whether the issue was due to Network Adapter Driver. Previously I had issues with my Gigabyte Gaming Keyboard Aivia K8100 where some buttons were unresponsive but was fixed by reinstalling the drivers. Perhaps this undetectable internet connection upon start up could be fixed easily by reinstalling the drivers! I went on to the START MENU > RUN > TYPE : “Device Manager” > EXPAND : Network Adapters > Right-click each network adapter driver I found and click Uninstall > Plug out and in the Ethernet Cable > Restarted PC. Still, it does not work.

After putting some thought, I tried installing the latest Windows Network Adapter for my Gigabyte motherboard via Windows Update. I checked all the updates and click OK. Windows downloaded and installed all the essential drivers and hot-fixes/patch and restarts my PC. This process has finally resolved my issue! Windows was able to detect Internet from my router.

However, the joy is short-lived. When I installed another Windows Update, all of a sudden, Windows Network Adapter is acting up again and refuse to detect my Router’s Internet Connection! Googling around for the related caused of it has led me to a software called Bonjour. It is a software to provide a general method to discover services on a local area network. After I remove the software, Internet Connection is detectable by Windows Network Adapter again. Yippee! Tested by performing a few restart/shutdown and installing new Windows update to confirm its a permanent and yes it was.

Before performing the steps below on removing bonjour, take note that you must have administrator privileges before executing these commands. Also a warning, iTunes and some other programs need Bonjour to function. Removing this software would end up preventing other dependent software from functioning properly. For me, I just deleted it since I just wanted Internet access on that PC.

Steps that I completely uninstall and remove Bonjour:
Here’s how to safely uninstall and remove the Bonjour service and files (mDNSResponder.exe and mdnsNSP.dll). Just follow the few simple steps below to remove Bonjour from your computer.
1. Go to [Start > Run].
2. Copy-paste the command below and hit OK. Replace the double qoutes by manually retyping it.
2. “C:\Program Files (x86)\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe” -remove
3. Go to [Start > Run] again and type the following command and hit OK.
3. regsvr32 /u “C:\Program Files (x86)\Bonjour\mdnsNSP.dll”
4. After you restart, you can safely delete the Bonjour folder without errors.
4. Delete Bonjour folder located in “C:\Program Files (x86)\Bonjour”

To know if you have actually uninstalled Bonjour. Open services.msc via (START MENU > RUN) and see if there is a service similar to: ##Id_String2.6844F930_1628_4223_B5CC_5BB94B879762##”. If it is not there, then it has been uninstalled.

Ayumilove PC Builder 2013 August Recommendation Guide

Here is a list of computer builds categorized into 6 tiers (HTPC, Budget, Gaming/Workstation and High End). You can use this as a reference guide to build your new PC. Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.

Tier Differences in a Glance
Budget PC : Surf Internet + Watch Movies + Flash Games + Medium Game Settings
Gaming PC : All of above + High Game Settings.
Workstation PC : All of above + Medium-high Game Settings + Photo/Video Editing + Virtual OS.
Extreme PC : All of above + Ultra Game Settings

HTPC Home Theater PC (Full Set)

CPU: Intel Pentium G2020 2.9GHz Dual-Core Processor ($61.98 @ Outlet PC)
Motherboard: ASRock B75M-DGS R2.0 Micro ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($54.98 @ SuperBiiz)
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($39.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5″ 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($85.99 @ NCIX US)
Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD 6450 1GB Video Card ($34.99 @ Amazon)
Wireless Network Adapter: Rosewill RNX-N180UBE 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0 Wi-Fi Adapter ($17.99 @ Amazon)
Case: NZXT Source 210 (White) ATX Mid Tower Case ($34.99 @ Newegg)
Power Supply: Corsair CX 430W 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX12V Power Supply ($49.99 @ Microcenter)
Optical Drive: Lite-On iHAS124-04 DVD/CD Writer ($14.99 @ Newegg)
Monitor: Dell U2312HM 23.0″ Monitor ($201.97 @ Amazon)
Keyboard: Logitech MK120 Wired Slim Keyboard w/Optical Mouse ($14.98 @ Outlet PC)
Speakers: Logitech Z313 25W 2.1ch Speakers ($32.99 @ NCIX US)
Total: $645.83

Budget PC

CPU: Intel Core i3-3220 3.3GHz Dual-Core Processor ($118.99 @ Amazon)
Motherboard: ASRock H77M Micro ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($69.99 @ Microcenter)
Memory: G.Skill Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($58.99 @ NCIX US)
Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5″ 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($59.98 @ Outlet PC)
Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 2GB Video Card ($163.98 @ Newegg)
Case: Cooler Master HAF 912 ATX Mid Tower Case ($47.99 @ Microcenter)
Power Supply: Rosewill Capstone 450W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($69.99 @ Newegg)
Total: $589.91

Gaming PC

CPU: Intel Core i5-4570 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor ($159.99 @ Microcenter)
Motherboard: ASRock H87 Performance ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($112.86 @ Newegg)
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($63.00 @ Newegg)
Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5″ 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($59.98 @ Outlet PC)
Video Card: Zotac GeForce GTX 770 2GB Video Card ($409.99 @ SuperBiiz)
Case: NZXT Source 210 (White) ATX Mid Tower Case ($34.99 @ Newegg)
Power Supply: Rosewill Hive 650W 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($49.99 @ Newegg)
Optical Drive: Lite-On iHAS124-04 DVD/CD Writer ($17.98 @ Outlet PC)
Total: $923.78

Workstation PC

CPU: Intel Core i7-4770 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($249.99 @ Microcenter)
Motherboard: MSI Z87-G45 Gaming ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($149.99 @ NCIX US)
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($139.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Crucial M4 128GB 2.5″ Solid State Disk ($109.99 @ Microcenter)
Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5″ 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($59.98 @ Outlet PC)
Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 760 2GB Video Card ($259.99 @ Amazon)
Case: NZXT Source 210 (White) ATX Mid Tower Case ($34.99 @ Newegg)
Power Supply: Rosewill Hive 650W 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($49.99 @ Newegg)
Optical Drive: Lite-On iHAS124-04 DVD/CD Writer ($17.98 @ Outlet PC)
Total: $1087.89
EXPLANATION: This should be sufficient for gaming on 1920×1080 resolution at high settings AND for video-photo editing on applications such as Sony Vegas or Adobe Photoshop AND programming/developing apps. If you wish to run multiple operating system simulatenously on Vmware/Virtualbox, you can upgrade to 32GB RAM (just add in 2x8GB memory dimm/sticks of the same brand-type). This motherboard can run SLI/Crossfire Graphic Card, therefore you can opt to add 1 more card just for the extra 50%-90% Extra FPS.

Office PC

CPU: Intel Core i7-4770 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($294.99 @ Amazon)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard ($136.98 @ SuperBiiz)
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 Memory ($69.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Crucial M4 128GB 2.5″ Solid State Disk ($103.93 @ Amazon)
Case: BitFenix Prodigy (White) Mini ITX Tower Case ($59.99 @ Microcenter)
Power Supply: SeaSonic 450W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($74.99 @ Amazon)
Optical Drive: Lite-On iHAS124-04 DVD/CD Writer ($17.98 @ Outlet PC)
Total: $758.85
EXPLANATION: If you plan to have a PC in the office, this would fit in well with a small case which comes with WIFI/Bluetooth and equipped with great amount of memory for Windows 7/8 (above 4GB RAM) and fast quad core CPU which can handle everything easily while you multi-task away. Offices application doesn’t take up much space either, probably around 60GB at most with Oracle DB, Visual Basic, Netbeans, Apache-Glassfish Server OR 30GB with Microsoft Office (Visual Studio + Word + Excel + Power Point + etc) This can lasts you at least 6 years before you need to upgrade to a new PC for better performance per watt/electricity. It can support up to 3 monitors, but most offices uses 2 monitors. Since the Bitfenix PC Case is rather small, I opt for a fully modular power supply to avoid having issues with power cables management and restriction to airflow.

High End PC

CPU: Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition 3.3GHz 6-Core Processor ($949.99 @ SuperBiiz)
CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X60 98.3 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($107.99 @ Newegg)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 ATX LGA2011 Motherboard ($235.99 @ SuperBiiz)
Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3-2133 Memory ($309.99 @ Newegg)
Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3-2133 Memory ($309.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Samsung 840 Pro Series 256GB 2.5″ Solid State Disk ($209.99 @ NCIX US)
Storage: Samsung 840 Pro Series 256GB 2.5″ Solid State Disk ($209.99 @ NCIX US)
Storage: Western Digital Red 3TB 3.5″ 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($138.99 @ NCIX US)
Storage: Western Digital Red 3TB 3.5″ 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($138.99 @ NCIX US)
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX Titan 6GB Video Card (3-Way SLI) ($999.99 @ NCIX US)
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX Titan 6GB Video Card (3-Way SLI) ($999.99 @ NCIX US)
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX Titan 6GB Video Card (3-Way SLI) ($999.99 @ NCIX US)
Case: NZXT H630 ATX Full Tower Case ($139.99 @ Microcenter)
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 70.5 CFM 120mm Fan ($9.99 @ NCIX US)
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 70.5 CFM 120mm Fan ($9.99 @ NCIX US)
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 70.5 CFM 120mm Fan ($9.99 @ NCIX US)
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 70.5 CFM 120mm Fan ($9.99 @ NCIX US)
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 119.8 CFM 140mm Fan
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 119.8 CFM 140mm Fan
Case Fan: Cougar Vortex PWM 119.8 CFM 140mm Fan
Power Supply: SeaSonic X Series 1250W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($239.98 @ SuperBiiz)
Total: $6031.81
EXPLANATION: If you are a millionaire/billionaire OR a regular guy who won a lottery/jackpot OR someone sponsors you parts to build super PC or related to this scenarios, you can attempt this without feeling hurt of burning deep down your pocket. You can splurge it to create a high end gaming PC which can play all the current games at ultra high settings on multiple monitors. Plus, you can use it as a workstation for your video/photo editing or programming. This rig can be further upgraded to add in an additional 2 more graphic cards and an extra SSD (Solid State Drive) + HDD (Hard Drive) for RAID. This could ultimately last you for more than 5 years unless you have the appetite to upgrade and use the latest devices released in every year.

How to fix Unresponsive Keyboard Buttons to Register Clicks

Hi guys, yesterday I had some issues with my gaming keyboard Gigabyte Aivia K8100. I realized this issue when I was unable to type a few specific letter or numbers such as the keypad 1,2,3 not registering any clicks, semicolon/colon even with the SHIFT button on hold and the letter H. It just puzzles me why some keyboard button being none responsive and I gave up fixing and went to sleep.

Before I retired to bed, I had attempted 2 methods to figure out where the issue lies:
1. Switching different keyboard (Logitech K200) = works perfectly!
2. Switching to different USB Port (Gigabyte Aivia K8100) = previously it works, but now not.

I was thinking of sending it to the shop to get it fixed/RMA, but I recalled that most hardware (computer peripherals) would have drivers automatically installed by Windows Operating System. You know, when you plugged-in a new hardware such as thumbdrive/mouse/keyboard via USB Port, Windows detects it and automatically install the correct drivers? There is a possibility the keyboard driver is causing issues!

This time, I went into the Device Manager provided by Windows and uninstalled (START > RUN > TYPE: “Device Manager”), otherwise using mouse (START > CONTROL PANEL > HARDWARE & SOUND > DEVICE MANAGER – just below Devices and Printers). Click on the + symbol beside the label “Keyboard” to display all installed keyboard drivers. Right-click each item within it and click “Uninstall”. Once you have uninstalled everything within it, unplug your keyboard USB Port, wait for few seconds (5-10 seconds) and replug-in back. You will notice Windows will re-install these keyboard devices again. This solution has fixed my keyboard easily!

Is there Performance Difference between DDR3 1333MHz vs 1600MHz vs 1866MHz vs 2133MHz

Today I would like to show you the performance difference between DDR3 Memory clocked at 2133MHz, 1866MHz, 1600MHz and 1333MHz. Below are some of these common questions asked by them: Is there really a performance difference? Should you spend more money on memory or CPU or graphic cards? This benchmark will pretty much answer your doubts by looking at the benchmarks. The benchmark results is done with an Intel i7-3770K CPU and Nvidia GTX 660Ti Graphic Card.

3DMark Vantage Performance (Higher is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 27,751 (103%)
DDR3-1866 : 27,478 (102%)
DDR3-1600 : 27,237 (101%)
DDR3-1333 : 26,848 (100%)

CineBENCH R11.5 (Higher is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 7.94 (101.66%)
DDR3-1866 : 7.81 (100.00%)
DDR3-1600 : 7.87 (100.79%)
DDR3-1333 : 7.81 (100.00%)

Super PI – 1M Calculations (Lower is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 9.415 seconds (99.96%)
DDR3-1866 : 9.423 seconds (99.87%)
DDR3-1600 : 9.414 seconds (99.96%)
DDR3-1333 : 9.411 seconds (100.00%)

wPrime – 32M Integers (Lower is better)
DDR3-2133 : 6.943 seconds
DDR3-1866 : 6.967 seconds
DDR3-1600 : 6.964 seconds
DDR3-1333 : 9.371 seconds

AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark – Memory in MB/s (Higher is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 21342 Read / 20419 Write / 24017 Copy
DDR3-1866 : 20193 Read / 20086 Write / 23030 Copy
DDR3-1600 : 18850 Read / 19605 Write / 20982 Copy
DDR3-1333 : 17024 Read / 18943 Write / 18419 Copy

AIDA64 Cache & Memory Benchmark – Latency in ns (Lower is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 38.4
DDR3-1866 : 40.8
DDR3-1600 : 43.1
DDR3-1333 : 45.2

MaxxMEM2 – PreView – Memory in MB/s (Higher is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 22932 Read / 19957 Write / 23614 Copy
DDR3-1866 : 21821 Read / 19645 Write / 22702 Copy
DDR3-1600 : 20319 Read / 19214 Write / 21458 Copy
DDR3-1333 : 19436 Read / 18989 Write / 20878 Copy

MaxxMEM2 PreView – Latency in ns (Lower is Better)
DDR3-2133 : 55.2
DDR3-1866 : 58.7
DDR3-1600 : 60.9
DDR3-1333 : 62.3

Battlefield 3 – (Higher is Better in FPS)
Settings : 1920×1080 Ultra 4xMSAA 16xAF HBAO
DDR3-2133 : 48 Min / 68 Avg / 97 Max
DDR3-1866 : 48 Min / 67 Avg / 101 Max
DDR3-1600 : 47 Min / 67 Avg / 96 Max
DDR3-1333 : 47 Min / 68 Avg / 100 Max

Far Cry 3 (Higher is Better in FPS)
Settings : 1920×1080 DX11, 8xMSAA, 85.25 FOV, Enhanced, HBAO
DDR3-2133 : 50 Min / 60 Avg / 80 Max
DDR3-1866 : 49 Min / 60 Avg / 82 Max
DDR3-1600 : 49 Min / 59 Avg / 81 Max
DDR3-1333 : 49 Min / 59 Avg / 82 Max

Summary
As you see the benchmark above, there is not much difference in performance overall. Memory frequency does not really affect performance in most applications and games. However, when it comes to CPU intensive tasks, you are of course always better of with fast high-frequency memory or just to score high in CPU benchmarks but for gaming performance is only 1-2 FPS (Frame Per Second) difference. You might notice a slight difference in video editing or photo editing but its minuscule. I hope that this guide has help you out in deciding which memory sticks frequency to purchase!

Extra Goodies
The latest product from Intel which are Ivy Bridge and Haswell CPU has native memory frequency support of 1600MHz. Therefore, these frequency tends to perform better compared to lower ones such as 1333MHz as you can see in read-write-copy file operations. Once you have filter that out, then look on to the pricing of each RAM sticks and select the one has good warranty (example: G.Skill Lifetime warranty) and low price!

Gaming CPU Hierarchy Chart

Intel AMD
Core i7-2600, -2600K, -2700K, -3770, -3770K, -3820, -3930K, -3960X, -3970X, -4770, -4770K
Core i7-965, -975 Extreme, -980X Extreme, -990X Extreme
Core i5-4670K, 4670, 4570, 4430, 3570K, -3570, -3550, -3470, -3450P, -3450, -3350P, -3330, 2550K, -2500K, -2500, -2450P, -2400, -2380P, -2320, -2310, -2300
Core i7-980, -970, -960
Core i7-870, -875K
Core i3-3225, -3240, -3220, -3210, -2100, -2105, -2120, -2125, -2130
FX-9590, 9370, 8350, 8320, 8150, 6350, 4350
Phenom II X6 1100T BE, 1090T BE
Phenom II X4 Black Edition 980, 975
Core i7-860, -920, -930, -940, -950
Core i5-3220T, -750, -760, -2405S, -2400S
Core 2 Extreme QX9775, QX9770, QX9650
Core 2 Quad Q9650
FX-8120, 6200, 6300, 4170, 4300
Phenom II X6 1075T
Phenom II X4 Black Edition 970, 965, 955
A10-6800K, 6700, 5800K, -5700
A8-3850, -3870K, -5600K, 6600K
Athlon X4 651K, 645, 641, 640, 740, 750K
Core 2 Extreme QX6850, QX6800
Core 2 Quad Q9550, Q9450, Q9400
Core i5-650, -655K, -660, -661, -670, -680
Core i3-2100T, -2120T
FX-6100, -4100, -4130
Phenom II X6 1055T, 1045T
Phenom II X4 945, 940, 920
Phenom II X3 Black Edition 720, 740
A8-5500, 6500
A6-3650, -3670K
Athlon II X4 635, 630
Core 2 Extreme QX6700
Core 2 Quad Q6700, Q9300, Q8400, Q6600, Q8300
Core 2 Duo E8600, E8500, E8400, E7600
Core i3 -530, -540, -550
Pentium G2130, G2120, G2020, G2010, G870, G860, G850, G840, G645, G640, G630
Phenom II X4 910, 910e, 810
Athlon II X4 620, 631
Athlon II X3 460
Core 2 Extreme X6800
Core 2 Quad Q8200
Core 2 Duo E8300, E8200, E8190, E7500, E7400, E6850, E6750
Pentium G620
Celeron G1620, G1610, G555, G550, G540, G530
Phenom II X4 905e, 805
Phenom II X3 710, 705e
Phenom II X2 565 BE, 560 BE, 555 BE, 550 BE, 545
Phenom X4 9950
Athlon II X3 455, 450, 445, 440, 435, 425
Core 2 Duo E7200, E6550, E7300, E6540, E6700
Pentium Dual-Core E5700, E5800, E6300, E6500, E6600, E6700
Pentium G9650
Phenom X4 9850, 9750, 9650, 9600
Phenom X3 8850, 8750
Athlon II X2 265, 260, 255, 370K
A6-5500K
A4-6400K, 5400K, 5300, 4400, 4000, 3400, 3300
Athlon 64 X2 6400+
Core 2 Duo E4700, E4600, E6600, E4500, E6420
Pentium Dual-Core E5400, E5300, E5200, G620T
Phenom X4 9500, 9550, 9450e, 9350e
Phenom X3 8650, 8600, 8550, 8450e, 8450, 8400, 8250e
Athlon II X2 240, 245, 250
Athlon X2 7850, 7750
Athlon 64 X2 6000+, 5600+
Core 2 Duo E4400, E4300, E6400, E6320
Celeron E3300
Phenom X4 9150e, 9100e
Athlon X2 7550, 7450, 5050e, 4850e/b
Athlon 64 X2 5400+, 5200+, 5000+, 4800+
Core 2 Duo E5500, E6300
Pentium Dual-Core E2220, E2200, E2210
Celeron E3200
Athlon X2 6550, 6500, 4450e/b,
Athlon X2 4600+, 4400+, 4200+, BE-2400
Pentium Dual-Core E2180
Celeron E1600, G440
Athlon 64 X2 4000+, 3800+
Athlon X2 4050e, BE-2300
Pentium Dual-Core E2160, E2140
Celeron E1500, E1400, E1200