Difference between revisions of "System Evaluation Final Triage"

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   green        [label="This is a\nGREEN LIGHT COMPUTER\n(go back to main chart)", shape="box", style="dashed", color="red"]
 
   green        [label="This is a\nGREEN LIGHT COMPUTER\n(go back to main chart)", shape="box", style="dashed", color="red"]
 
   recycle      [label="We are going to RECYCLE this one.\nGet REASON FOR RECYCLE label\nCIRCLE the reason you got here)", shape="box", style="dashed", color="red"]
 
   recycle      [label="We are going to RECYCLE this one.\nGet REASON FOR RECYCLE label\nCIRCLE the reason you got here)", shape="box", style="dashed", color="red"]
   fastenough    [label="FAST ENOUGH?\nDoes it have a\n1.8 GHz or faster proc?\n(or an AMD proc with\na model # of 1800 or greater?)"]
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   fastenough    [label="FAST ENOUGH?\nDoes it have a\n2.0 GHz or faster proc?\n(or an AMD proc with\na model # of 2000 or greater?)"]
 
   blowncaps    [label="Are there any\nBLOWN CAPS?"]
 
   blowncaps    [label="Are there any\nBLOWN CAPS?"]
 
   dual_core    [label="Is it a\nDUAL CORE\nsystem?"]
 
   dual_core    [label="Is it a\nDUAL CORE\nsystem?"]

Revision as of 13:06, 21 July 2010

PURPLE Chart

This is a graph with borders and nodes. Maybe there is an Imagemap used so the nodes may be linking to some Pages.

Multi Core Systems

If one of these things is true, it's a Multi Core system:

  • The BIOS or label says "Core 2", "Core i3/i5/i7", "Pentium D"
  • The BIOS or label says "X2", "Phenom"
  • The BIOS indicates that it's "dual core", "quad core", or "multi-core".

Problematic Models List

(These systems tend to have problems that make it less useful to spend time on if they are borderline cases based on speed and processor power.)

  • Sony Vaio
  • eMachine
  • Compaq
  • HP