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- adjective electronics Not measured or regulated by a
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His logic also uses the position of rods (in or out) to register state, but the basis of the design is unclocked: the power to drive the outputs comes strictly from the power used to drive the inputs.
None of the rod logic is unclocked: the power to drive the outputs comes strictly from the power used to drive the outputs.
Leopard may have talked to Buffalo, Buffalo to Leopard -- all in that unclocked speed with which so much transpires in the Bush.
His early arrivals would “balance out” only if, when he arrived at 6 a.m. for an 8 a.m. shift, he waited to punch in until 8 while working an unclocked two hours.
Later, at the end of the day, Specter and Leahy luxuriate in unclocked minutes babbling to each other, somewhat charmingly:
Archive 2006-01-01 Ann Althouse 2006
Time wore on at Heart's Desire, uncalendared and unclocked.
Heart's Desire Emerson Hough 1890
This code first sets up asynchronous (i.e. unclocked) mode by turning off
Buying an unclocked i5 system of the same spec would save me about £50 which would help towards the cost of a new graphics card [I have the hard drives and OS].
According to Fudzilla, Intel plans to remove this need by bundling its "K" unclocked chips with a special heatsink-fan assembly that should have heat-dispersing capabilities on par with high-end products from the aforementioned companies.
Softpedia - Windows - All Sebastian Pop 2010
Also in regards to Fan Clocking in Precision; I was noticing my GTX260 (unclocked) get up to around 61c.