I like the idea of EyeFinity, but if you look at the pricetag associated with it right now it doesnt make sense since it will cost more to get a 6x24" setup than it would for your entire top of the line computer.
Have you tried running one stick of memory at a time? Run memtest on each?
Theres a possibility it could be your RAM or your BIOS. I would recommend testing your system memory before i suggest a BIOS update.
So i recently bought a 360 and set it up today. Hooked it up to the network, and it doesnt connect to the network. Fine. Then i take the laptop, hook it up to the very same connection and it works. I don't understand what i'm doing wrong. When i run all of the tests, it fails every single one...
Im sure it has... :(
i mean, if they're going to remove the edit button there why not remove it everywhere? why is the news section so special? because people constantly argue? but isn't that everywhere?
From what ive been told, these cards are extremely limited in quantity due to the fact that the yields still aren't that great and AMD doesnt have nearly the amount of cards they'd like to have for a successful launch.
Im fairly sure thats simple business law. Xoxide.com is merely a domain name. The company responsible for running it is who has to fulfill those orders,etc. I emailed one of the owners of the old site and they basically appear to have give only the domain name to the new company. It sounds like...
I wouldn't mind sharing certain papers i have written over the years, etc. But i wouldn't want to share personal stuff or pictures. I'm perfectly fine with getting my essays out there... im sure someone would benefit.
I wont lie, some of the product reviews on amazon make my day. Overall, i do enjoy giving them my business. especially considering that whole deal where i don't pay taxes... which is probably why i'll get my 360 from them if the dell deal doesn't pan out.
Honestly, the quality of service they offer cannot make me believe they are the Walmart of the web. Not to mention the fact that they treat their employees extremely well and they actually try to promote capitalism and give customers what they want as opposed to telling them what they want.
I think that Twitter may be worth 1 billion dollars if they can prove its actually got the ability to prove long term profitability. Afterall, its a goldmine for personal user data... but that's about it.