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How a Computer Restarts

The basic gist is this: we started off with AT power, which is “hard power”: when you flip the switch, power is instantly cut to the motherboard. Then, with ATX, “soft power” — software-controlled power — made it possible for the operating system to power off or reboot the system. ATX brought a ton of power management changes, but fundamentally it introduced the concept of standby power, where a 5-volt line to the motherboard is always switched on, even when you’re powered down. This 5V current keeps your BIOS, network adaptors, and other basic components ticking.
Read the whole article here:
http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,2845,2386668,00.asp

The basic gist is this: we started off with AT power, which is “hard power”: when you flip the switch, power is instantly cut to the motherboard. Then, with ATX, “soft power” — software-controlled power — made it possible for the operating system to power off or reboot the system. ATX brought a ton of power management changes, but fundamentally it introduced the concept of standby power, where a 5-volt line to the motherboard is always switched on, even when you’re powered down. This 5V current keeps your BIOS, network adaptors, and other basic components ticking.
Read the whole article here:
http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,2845,2386668,00.asp

G.Skill Breaks World Overclocking Record and Achieves Fastest Super Pi 32M Record For 1155 Intel Platform

G.Skill brought their “A game” to this year’s Computex 2011 show by shattering the current super Pi 32M record on the first day of the show. With the help of famous overclockers Shamino, Fredyama, and Young Pro, the team was able to achieve a time of 5min 33.172 seconds. Using the company’s DDR3 2400MHz CL8 4 (2x2GB) memory kit, the team achieved the record overclock using an Intel 2600K processor at 6.34Mhz and memory clocked at 2340MHz with a CAS Latency of 6-9-6-25 1T. This was all run on an Asus ROG maximum IV Extreme motherboard.

http://www.pcper.com/news/Memory/GSkill-Breaks-World-Overclocking-Record-and-Achieves-Fastest-Super-Pi-32M-Record-1155-In

G.Skill brought their “A game” to this year’s Computex 2011 show by shattering the current super Pi 32M record on the first day of the show. With the help of famous overclockers Shamino, Fredyama, and Young Pro, the team was able to achieve a time of 5min 33.172 seconds. Using the company’s DDR3 2400MHz CL8 4 (2x2GB) memory kit, the team achieved the record overclock using an Intel 2600K processor at 6.34Mhz and memory clocked at 2340MHz with a CAS Latency of 6-9-6-25 1T. This was all run on an Asus ROG maximum IV Extreme motherboard.

http://www.pcper.com/news/Memory/GSkill-Breaks-World-Overclocking-Record-and-Achieves-Fastest-Super-Pi-32M-Record-1155-In