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OT: wildly off-topic posts and misdirected questions


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WERTWAERT wrote:
HOW TO COUNT AMD PROCESSOR PIMN

HELLO
how to count processor pin of desktop ?

and several similar ones.

This thread is a collection point for posts which don't really belong on this forum at all. There is space for off-topic posts which are likely to be of interest to the active community here, and questions which help someone make progress on a project which is on-topic here, but sometimes we see questions which just don't fit at all.

By collecting such threads here I hope to make this a thread which anyone can freely ignore, so the weak content doesn't waste anyone's time and attention.

This forum is all about constructing and programming retro computers and single board computers, and homebrew CPUs. Anything about PCs is very likely to be off-topic, unless it's in aid of an on-topic project.

Here's a tip for posters:
You should always start by searching. If you can't use Google or Bing, try DuckDuckGo or Browserling. Once you've searched, even if you didn't find an answer, you will have found information which helps you write a better question. A good question will explain what you do know and what you have found and what you'd like to know and what you're trying to do.


Tue Mar 27, 2018 10:36 am
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I don't think I understand your question, but possibly these articles will help:

AMD Sockets: AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3 And F/FM1/FM2 (Tom's Hardware)
AMD ends multi-socket madness with next-gen AM4 chipset (Digital Trends)

Edit: Personal Computer questions are off-topic here and will be deleted. These forums are for discussions about building and programming retro computers and single board computers, and homebrew CPU designs and other unusual CPU architectures.


Tue Mar 27, 2018 7:36 pm
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hello
which plane is used in plane?


Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:47 am
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hello
i am intrested in video led display for showing adds
please tell more how to start it?


Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:57 am
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sorry processor or hardware


Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:10 am
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This thread is a collection point for posts which don't really belong on this forum at all. There is space for off-topic posts which are likely to be of interest to the active community here, and questions which help someone make progress on a project which is on-topic here, but sometimes we see questions which just don't fit at all.

By collecting such threads here I hope to make this a thread which anyone can freely ignore, so the weak content doesn't waste anyone's time and attention.

This forum is all about constructing and programming retro computers and single board computers, and homebrew CPUs. Anything about PCs is very likely to be off-topic, unless it's in aid of an on-topic project.

Here's a tip for posters:
You should always start by searching. If you can't use Google or Bing, try DuckDuckGo or Browserling. Once you've searched, even if you didn't find an answer, you will have found information which helps you write a better question. A good question will explain what you do know and what you have found and what you'd like to know and what you're trying to do.


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