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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 17 Feb 2019 22:57 #61

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Are there any advantages of upgrading the BIOS for us i7-6700T users?

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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 18 Feb 2019 05:30 #62

Hi Tamas!
I am very happy for you!
Replacing the CPU should take even less of your time.

And now about the positive effect after the CPU upgrade from 6400T to 7700T.
1. The problem of the non-uniform speed of CW and uneven PTT delays in the N1MM program has been completely solved.
This is the most important thing for me.
"Drunk sailor" - so we call this unpleasant effect in Russian. And this effect is no more.

2.I connected two monitors to MB1: The first Samsung monitor is 4K 27 inches - directly to the video port MB1 and the second monitor is also Samsung, but with HD resolution through the USB-HDMI adapter.
It all works together with the N1MM program and the SDC with skimmers, plus the OM POWER OM-2000A + power amplifier control software and uses only 15-20% of the CPU load.I checked it during ARRL CW Contest 2019 and did not experience any problems. It was very comfortable.
73! Igor RL5A
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 18 Feb 2019 07:03 #63

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Not really. The overclocked speed is only fractionally greater than that of the 6700T. For value for money - what you get for the cost of the 7700T if you already have the 6700T - is very low.

The 7700T is best suited to those who want to upgrade from the basic MB1 configuration but cannot source the 6700T.

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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 18 Feb 2019 07:05 #64

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Well done Tomas. You are welcome.

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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 18 Feb 2019 08:27 #65

I wrote a summary of the update in Hungarian because the devices are now available in Hungary.

I am very pleased with the lot of advice and much help.
I try to pass on my own language.

Have a nice day everyone

g0cgl wrote:
Well done Tomas. You are welcome.

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Equipment: MB1, ExpertSDR2, Lenovo X1 Carbon
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 18 Feb 2019 20:26 #66

Hi All!

I built the I7-7700T CPU
and the second 8GB RAM

The result is shown in the picture :)

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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 25 Feb 2019 05:18 #67

I also installed the modern PCI-E NVME SSD.
I chose WD Black NVME PC SN700.
Factory installation SSD - on the photo above.
New installed SSD - in the photo below.
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73! Igor RL5A
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CPU and Memory Upgrades - Guide and Discussion 07 Jan 2020 16:28 #68

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Seems not to be correct socket? hmmm did that work really?
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