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    C1 Dissconnect in Shuttle SN45G Bios

    What does it do? and should it be set to auto/enable/disable ?



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    no one ?



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    it's related to the standy state of the PC. it in the motherboard manual the actual meaning.

    Leave it set on S3.

    EDIT sorry thought you said S1....too late

    C1 is a feature that shuts down some of the registers that the CPU isn't using when it's not doing any work. Leave it on cos it helps reducing temperatures.
    Last edited by Tifosi; 15-10-2004 at 11:50 AM.

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    It's on auto at the mo.....



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