The office suite before required Office 365 subscription afaik. And MS released the tablet version of these apps a month or two ago. These ones are for phone and do not require an Office 365 sub (at least for me)
Even if Microsoft wanted publishers to do that, it would be an awful business decision for EA (or any other game publisher) to not force gamers to buy a copy of the same game multiple times for multiple platforms.
Seems like the touchpad on your cover might be messed up. The only 'deadspot' on the touchpad is the top quarter, and I always click instead of tap and have never had the cursor move even an iota.
I love my SP3, best laptop I've ever owned. Having a touchscreen is actually really nice, I find...
Just wanted to report that I too bought the PNY card and am very happy with it. I've got it in a packed mATX case, and it's a bit quieter than my 690 at idle and very reasonable at load (pleasant sound signature, no coil whine). Haven't broken 72C with +100 gpu / +200 memory so far.
Yeah that's what it seems, shame as I really like their customer service. Alright guess I'll either get the PNY - depending on xp3nd4bl3's report - or go with the Asus. The semi-passive nature of the Asus is desirable as I won't be gaming much.
I'm going to buying a 970 soon and would very much prefer one with a blower style fan, due to my tiny case. I saw that only evga and pny have such models, but have not been able to find any reviews of it. Has anyone here on [h] bought one, and if so, how is the noise and cooling?
They're canceling the order from Oculus themselves, not the ebay order.
All they need to have this power is add a condition in the terms you agree to when buying, saying that in order to accept Oculus' offer to sell, you agree not to re-sell the DK. Then that's a condition precedent to be...
Here's what I would like to accomplish in one box
- 4 disk NAS: 2x4TB JBOD (video storage), 2x2TB RAID1 (docs and other stuff)
- HTPC: connect to receiver and play the stored videos (x264) locally using either xbmc or plex
- Plex server: transcode videos in real-time for remote viewing at...
Well yeah that's the whole reason they sold to FB in the first place :rolleyes: without the threat of insolvency hanging over their head and with a multibillion dollar backer, they can focus on getting a good product out and use the support for leverage with suppliers and whatnot. there was news...
It's a rebrand with higher clocks ;)
unless there's been benchmarks no reason to believe that. gta 4 was a horrible unoptimized POS, and i personally don't have faith in rockstar to improve it this time around
I wonder what the reliability is like on these high cap drives. I bought two of the Seagate 4TB externals when they first came out (no one sold 4tb internals, so cracked the cases open), and one of them just died about a month ago - less than 3yrs after release.
ddr4 is still ramping up in production so there's comparatively low supply as to ddr3. plus i believe ddr4 is all being made on new process nodes which as of late are quite a bit more expensive than each prior one.
Exactly. Nokia still exists as a company and maintains its rights to the name. I'm not sure what else people were expecting...
Not to mention "It can use the Nokia brand for another ten years for other Nokia phones (feature phones)."
hm i might ebay the netgear gs108. there's a fair amount of them for around/under $30 after they were on sale for $25 a few weeks ago (sadly had no need for a switch then).
might nonetheless go with the trendnet, as i prefer buying from a retailer. thanks again for the input guys.
I'm just looking for a simple 8 port gigabit switch to replace the old 5 port 100mbit switch we have. Don't need anything fancy, it's just to add more ports to our gigabit router. Recently bought a NAS, so just need to ensure all our wired computers (which have gigabit NICs) have a gigabit...
I can understand if clerks repeatedly come up to you, but I don't have any problem with someone asking once if there's anything they can help me with. Just say no and the y never bother you again. Seems like proper customer service.
I'm guessing that DX12 will be the key with it's mantle-like reduction in overhead. There are rumors that top-tier developers have access to it and it's enough of a difference to allow a bump in res to 1080p.