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Old 01-12-2006, 06:30 PM   #1
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HSF = heatsink/fan assembly
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Old 02-17-2006, 12:20 PM   #3
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DLP- digital light processing. i have seen monitors that use this technology by the way
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Didn't find the meaning of an acronym you were looking for on our dictionary?

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Can you help to put/explain the meaning of memory SPD. And also whether it is real speed or effective speed (when, for example, we read the number from, say, Everest software).

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Hello Gabriel, what is SIL, expect I know it, when it is spelt out! Cheers.
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EPS or EPS12V as this is mentioned often when discussing MOBO's or PSU's.

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SIP - Session Initiation Protocol
IP - Internet Protocol (suprised)
IPSec -IP Security
PPP - Point to Point Protocol
PPTP - Point to Point Tunneling Protocol
TFTP - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
H323 - VOIP setting/protocol (http://www.packetizer.com/ipmc/h323_vs_sip/)
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Heur - Advance Heuristic
HIPS - Host-based Intrusion Prevention System
DLL - Dynamic Link Library
IDS - Intrusion Detection System
Active X - Control Modules by a Microsoft architecture known as Component Object Model(COM) that adds additional functionality to original software

APT - Advanced Persistant Threat
Bayesian Filter - virus terminology where a filter that screens email headers and content using Bayesian logic/analysis and then attempts verifying if the email is spamor not.

Botnet - two or more Bots that are performing coordinated events commanded by hackers or cybercriminals.
BHO - Browser Helper Object

DOS - Denial of Service
Dropper - a virus or trojan that resides within a file and is dropped into the computer system. The technique is used to disquise itself from antivirus software.

Exploit - a hole, bug or weakness that may be taken advantage of through the vulnerability of hardware and/or software where malware could be injected, passwords broken, administrative status gained, etc.

Metamorphism- the ability of malware to change coding each time it propagates or when discovered by antimalware in order to remain stealthy and avoid detection.

Payload- a virus term that equates to the active destructiveness of malware.

Payload Trigger- the event that activates theintended malware and its malicious activities.

Polymorphic Virus- a virus term where a virus that changes its structure each time it infects in order to avoid detection.

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AES ~ Advanced Encryption Standard

APU ~ Accelerated Processing Units

CUDA ~ Compute Unified Device Architecture

NUMA ~ Non-Uniform Memory Access

QPI ~ QuickPath Interconnect (AMD: HyperTransport)

SLI ~ Scalable Link Interface (AMD: Crossfire)

TDP ~ Thermal Design Power
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