I like having the ability to use a sound card or a WiFi card. But ok, let's try mITX.
What cases match these: D < 30cm, W < 18cm, H < 40cm, ATX PSU, < $60 ?
Or even better: D < 25cm, W < 17cm, H < 35cm, ATX PSU, < $60 ?
What part of HDMI is patented anyway? It's not that different from DVI which doesn't require royalties AFAIK.
What problem would that solve?
I'd like to see DP inputs and outputs on more monitors and video cards / motherboards.
Does H81 support 2x DVI-D out?
This one has DVI-D and HDMI, but I've no idea whether both can be used at the same time (Asus website still sucks) and whether it comes with a HDMI -> DVI adapter.
Since W95 it has been possible to set a keyboard shortcut to launch programs. Where did this functionality go in W8?
W7 also allowed you to open Documents or Downloads with two clicks. How does one do this with W8?
I've enabled GPU scaling, but the display mode still seems to change, which I'd like to avoid as it takes (too much) time. Why does the mode of the display change? Shouldn't it always remain the native mode when GPU scaling is enabled?
GPU: GTX 670
Display: HP ZR2740w
I guess you missed the follow-ups: http://techreport.com/review/24022/does-the-radeon-hd-7950-stumble-in-windows-8
Very funny, but not a proper argument.
What's the performance delta for these two cards? In BF3 MP benchmarks the 670 seems to be only 13% faster, while cost is about 36% more.
Is it really just 13% or did I just not look at the right benchmarks?
I know it doesn't really matter, but I'd like to avoid adapters and I'd just like to know why Sapphire went for 2x 8.
Sapphire has so many models and choices like these just don't seem to make sense. Maybe Sapphire just doesn't make sense. :p
Interesting. Though it's twice as expensive as I'd like. PSU at bottom would be better too.
Got a link or some names?
My requirements aren't that weird, are they? It's just a basic small footprint internet/office PC.