When was the Toshiba Satellite A105 laptop manufactured?
The Toshiba Satellite A105 laptop was manufactured in the earlier part of 2006. You can find reviews of it as early as March 6, 2006. It is an update to the M45.
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A105's ask for PC2-4200-533 SODIMM SRAM which is specific to the motherboard. That's your only option, although PC2-5300 is suppose to be backwards compatible with 4200 and 3200, it doesn't work with early models of A105 apparently.
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How can you see what your grapics card is if it is yellow and says vga compatible i have toshiba a105-s2231?
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what is the difference between A105 and A105 Nace
The difference between A105 and A106 is dependent upon the reference from which it is derived. In many situations A105 is one less than A106.
yes, we can use A105 instead of WCB. WCB is the casting grade while the A105 is equivalent forged grade.
A105 is a carbon-steel, while A234 is a low alloy steel. A105 is CS forging for piping components whereas A234 is wrought CS and aloy steel piping fittings
Simply, A105 is an ASTM standard for a ratedsteel where SA105 is the ASME standard for (nominally the same) rated steel. Basically, they are the same, although SA105 has additional applications beyond A105 according to ASME standards.
ASTM A105N is different from A105. The A105 is classed "as forged" as opposed to A105N where the 'N' stands for normalized i.e. it has been heat treated to remove the internal stresses caused by casting, forming etc. If a customer specifically asks for A105N then it will be for a good reason. The normalizing heat treatment will ensure the A105N has superior properties to that of the A105. The 'N' is not a category… Read More
It is the same, the N referes to Normalization.
19 is prime. rest are composite.
a105 is forged carbon steel fittings and are used in ambient temperature or low temperature service whereas, a234 is wrought carbon steel/low alloy steel fitting used in moderate or elevated temperatures.
A106 is for pipes and A234 is for Fittings, as well as A105 are for forgings.
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ASTM A105 - For ambient- and higher-temperature service in pressure systems. ASTM A350 - intended primarily for low-temperature service and requiring notch toughness testing.
ASTM A105 is a Carbon Steel material spec used in forged fittings, such as 2000# or higher socket weld or threaded fittings, forged flanges, etc.. ASTM A197 is a Malleable iron material spec used in 150# socket weld or threaded fittings.
WCB stands for "Wrought Carbon" with Grade B. there are 3 kind of Grade A,B & C which define the ductility & tensile strength. Grade B is having very good ductility & tensile strength as compare to Grade A & C ______________________________________________________________ i know answer only for ASTM Americam Society for Testing and Matreails The general cast grade is ASTM A216 WCB. There is also likely to be a UNS letter and number code for… Read More
*Any flange having different MOC bears the rating with respect to international standards like ANSI B16.5. *It is a designed pressure that a flange can withstand. *For example a flange is having the following specification: 25NBX150#,FORGED CARBON STEEL as per ANSI B16.5 is having 150 psi flange rating. It can withstand 150 psig pressure safely. (Noting that in most cases the pressure-temperature charts of a given spec will allow for normal operating pressure to far… Read More