Arctic Silver 5 - October 20th

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MGP
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Post by MGP » Fri Oct 17, 2003 5:25 pm

Regarding our conversation on the number "4" in this thread, I also happened to notice that the new version of WinAmp (though still beta) is Winamp5 (going from version 3 -> 5 directly). Interesting...

Jan Kivar
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Post by Jan Kivar » Tue Oct 21, 2003 1:24 pm

MGP wrote:Regarding our conversation on the number "4" in this thread, I also happened to notice that the new version of WinAmp (though still beta) is Winamp5 (going from version 3 -> 5 directly). Interesting...
Actually, I've read that they'll combine WinAmp 2 and WinAmp 3, totalling to WinAmp 5.

Cheers,

Jan

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Post by GamingGod » Tue Oct 21, 2003 3:10 pm

LOL what they are adding winamps together now? How is winamp now by the way. I remember having winamp 1 or 2 back in the day and im looking for a new free music jukebox type program to take the windows media players place.

MGP
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Post by MGP » Tue Oct 21, 2003 10:19 pm

Winamp 3 is allows for more aesthetically appealing designs, but Winamp 2.91 uses memory more efficiently and is typically more stable and less of a resource hog. I use 2.91 as it has some cool looking skins and fits my needs. PowerDVD 5 Deluxe for most videos, rarely WindowsMedia9.

Sledge
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Post by Sledge » Wed Oct 22, 2003 4:10 am

Try the Winamp 5 beta. It's got the configurability of Winamp3 but uses less resources. I'm using it now and I have no problems (so far ;))

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Post by DryFire » Wed Oct 22, 2003 1:10 pm

I orderd some as5 yesterday.

it should get here by next week i'll show you my findings.

bob670
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Post by bob670 » Fri Oct 31, 2003 1:24 pm

I just read the new instructions for applying AS 5 (which appear to be the same for AS Ceramique). Did anyone notice the change in applying to the PIV core, just dab and twist? Has anyone here done it this way or is everyone still covering the whole heatspreader? That should make life a little easier since the heatspreader on the enw Athlon 64s is equally as large/wide.

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