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    I'm not attacking you. I'm not making your point for you either. I've acknowledged that your experience is certainly valid. However, I disagree with the conclusion you've drawn from that experience. You've made the assertion that AMD is smoother...
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    1.) Why would you reinstall quite often? What do you consider often? This behavior also doesn't make much sense. If you reinstall quite often, then why not when changing motherboards? Changing motherboards, chipsets, etc. usually makes an OS...
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    No one else has the same experience? I went from a 4790K, 12GB RAM, 1TB 5400 RPM HD, GT710 (for the host), and GTX980 (for the W10 virtual machine). Ran the whole thing with on Arch Linux with KVM/Looking-Glass,t the performance was okay for...
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    Trimlock reacted to deruberhanyok's post in the thread Epic Games Sues Apple with Like Like.
    paraphrased: Epic upset that Apple takes a cut of App Store sales, files lawsuit so they can keep selling digital hats to kids using their parents’ credit cards without letting Apple in on it.
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    RTFA, or even just the part quoted here: " It also features fixed function hardware that accelerates network stack processing. There are various USB and GPIO connectivity options relevant to 5G base-station setups "
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    Trimlock reacted to euskalzabe's post in the thread Is DLSS The Real Deal? with Like Like.
    Not at all. X86 is not open source, and I haven’t seen anyone trying to power their desktop successfully with open source cpu instructions in the past 30 years. Now that it may start switching to ARM, we’ll go from proprietary tech to the same...
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    The Abit NF7, 3200+ and Ti4600 (except mine was BFG's) takes me back, that was my favorite gaming set up, upgraded the GPU to the 7800 AGP eventually before moving on. I also still have a box with the golden orb coolers, those were very popular...
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    Trimlock replied to the thread iPhone Home screen redesign?.
    I'm not really excited about any of these future software updates, but the phone call thing certainly piques my interest a bit here as that has bit me in the ass before. Haven't yet to really dive into any of the announcements though, been a...
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    Trimlock reacted to UnknownSouljer's post in the thread iPhone Home screen redesign? with Like Like.
    I hope you’re not serious. Because if that’s the case I’ll just hit the ignore button on you. You’re literally saying that your word is worthless and even on your own opinions you can’t be relied upon. You’re also basically saying that literally...
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    Trimlock reacted to Snowdog's post in the thread Tesla Unveils Radical Cybertruck. with Like Like.
    Per hour, at -36C. You said, you could lose up to 90% of your range. In reality it's closer to 10%-20%, even in conditions more extreme than Winter in the coldest of the Lower 48 States.
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    Trimlock replied to the thread Intel Acquires Killer NIC.
    Interesting concept initially that didn’t really blow up the market. Then seeing integrated NIC’s destroy add-in’s they essentially became a software package company. I have a board from a gen or two ago with killer on it and honestly, I had an...
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    Trimlock reacted to erek's post in the thread Karma finally catching up with Nvidia? with Like Like.
    Smoked Brisket covered already : https://hardforum.com/threads/nvidia-sued-for-misrepresenting-and-misappropriating-1-billion-of-cryptocurrency-product.1996775/
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    Nope
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    So who is Apple selling data to, exactly? I follow things closely and can't remember any stories of Apple wantonly selling user data. Advertisers actually complain about its ad business because it refuses to provide data that's even vaguely...
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    Spyware, what? Please don't fearmonger, especially when Apple generally has a good reputation for protecting privacy.
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    Perhaps Intel has done what they've done for a reason, and now that AMD is shipping CPUs instead of ass, they're encountering the same circumstances? Don't tell ManofGod ;)
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