Posted 11 April 2011 - 11:18 AM
So when I didn't ask this question, than was there no problem.
Okay, but that is something, what you must know.
As Hardware beginner, are you a little be afraid that you doing maybe wrong.
At least, I am.
In an earlier post from me, said I that I am a safety man and yes I have so my reasons for this.
In my life met I strange things and Hardware is still a new area for me also is it not the first time that I build a Computer.
I have for the first time in 2009 built a Computer together with my oldest son and his friend, now am I alone that I doing that and yes it is logical that there are some things were I say, this and that and how is that etc.
I hope that you do know what I do mean.
I am glad that there is a Computer forum, because when there were not, than can I sure, that I don't build a Computer.
By the forums have I learned lot of things on Hardware, but I do not know anything just like the Chip drivers until now.
By your information do I now know that the Chip drivers is for the O.S. and that I can upgrade the Chip drivers to 64-bit when the situation is there without the risk for damages of the Motherboard.
The new Motherboard has the functionality for over clocking what I did understand via the description of the Motherboard, but when I say in the future, I will now over clocking my system, than ask I the question for this.
But over clocking is at this moment not of application.
Thank you again, for the information about the Chip drivers.