I use linux and windows. Like them both.
This thread is about windows configuration stuff moving around, and being a general PITA compared to windows 7.
My comment is. "have you used linux?"
If so, you will understand that configuration stuff is often in multiple places, moves...
Please don't paint the table. It's too beautiful.
I can't recall the brand, or type, but there is a dry lubricant spray, either silicone or graphite, I don't remember. But it's used on table saws and other wood tools. Prevents rust and keeps it shiny smooth.
Love the attention to detail...
I expect this has to do with fan features added to minimize the PWM "buzz" sound. Possibly make the fans more efficient to boot. Entirely a fan controller issue of that's the case. Not able to supply adequate current, or to much output impedance for whatever the fans have in place to manage...
What are you using for a boot disk?
You need a good boot disk to be able to format the drive.
Have you tried plugging the SD - HDD adapter into a working computer, and formatting the SD drive FAT32(or 16?) and setting up your partitions before putting it in the target computer?
I'm only guessing, but like in gaming at 1440p where the cpu doesnt contribute much to performance, i think we're at the point where processors are actually processing the data, loading things into ram, and your dealing with latencies between operations, and not really in a situation where its...
Google will tell you what they use for controllers. Both are very good drives.
Neither has mechanical equipment. SSD drives are Solid State Drives, no mechanical components, all solid state electronics (no moving parts).
This isnt very confusing. You have two drives, which comparing specs are almost identical, made by two very reputable manufacturers.
Take a die (dice), odd numbers its the samsung, even numbers its the crucial. Roll it. Done.
These two drives are very similar. you would have to actually research this yourself. As pointed out, if you just want to buy a drive go for it, either one will make you happy.
my personal preference would go to the samsung. The crucial drive has a good reputation as well, as far as i know...
Battlefield v and company of Heroes two.
Bfv works ish by my last look, with a decent amount of fidgeting, and with my luck I'd get banned because the anti cheat thinks Linux is a hack.
Coh2 works, but the multiplayer can't cross platform, so it's essentially broken.
Some people like the numbers. Honestly bfv at 1080 ultra settings would be stunning. It's a really pretty game. I don't consider it a twitch shooter either so don't consider 60fps (my world) to be a handicap