The part you are talking about is PCB mount, the one from the picture is obviously panel-mount.
IMO, the problem piece is a used one; knowing that the movie industry is all about image, I give 90% chance that it isn't in the catalog(maybe in one from the mid 70's). To give you some ideas to...
I'm pretty sure that the connector what the OP is asking for is the one on the same picture, on the pilot left chest; the difference is that the top is mounted facing front, and the bottom is mounted facing back.
It's a transparent protective label; I've used to cover some sh1tty printed labels. As performance: it is recommended for harsh environmental conditions(think mines, or oil sands), and it survives, sticking; I've seen some after a few(~5) years in the field, and they done a wonderful job...
According to the monitor specs, it supports 4k over HDMI 1.4a, which is 4k@30Hz. It is or it isn't included in FreeSync range - until official specs are out, anybody's guess is good, but it shows that the monitors are capable of 30Hz.
I'll take that as confirmation that you really enjoyed the taste of your own medicine. Glad to serve you back, and I hope that every flame-bait of yours will get returned to you with interest, something like this:
My main point would is: the sponsorship agreement is never for just one subject, there's always more.
Here's two examples:
1. AMD paid EA $8mil to implement Mantle in BF4.
2. Nvidia paid Ubisoft $5mil to lock out AMD from the Watch Dogs optimizations.
Both statements have equal quantity of...
Post is according to the chosen title(Bulls[H]it Master). All windows benchmark(eting) are optimized for Int-el(yes, I tease them); once when you enter onto the leveled playing field, the situation is radically changed. Enjoy...
One more (current)tesselation overload from NVidia: COD Ghosts.
Start at www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fZGV5z8YFM8#t=2220 , and in a next couple of minutes explains the situation.
Note: different podcast from the OP.
You can try to set windows to turn off the USB devices with a registry entry:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Save the coded part as something.reg, then add to the regsitry...
I've mentioned the 360 PSU because:
1. It's a good chance to get it cheaply/free;
2. Building quality is better(even the aftermarket ones) then the no-name power bricks.
One more thing which i would consider(my similar build has been modded) is to replace the cheap barrel connectors with XLR...
Unless the fans are extremely high powered, I don't see any problems to power that build from that brick; as advice, I would use power bricks with class V or VI efficiency, which - indirectly - show you the quality of build.
Well, that's not an explanation; the times are changed, maybe it's time to change the testing methodology - pretty much that was my "question/request". And if you have nothing but e-whine, better keep it for yourself.
I would estimate that ANY Intel quad to be faster than the tested AMD APU, there's no competition. But the fairness would ask to level the playing field, otherwise anybody can point out (imaginary or real)bias.
Well, proper way to compare APU's/CPU's is in the same platform(MB+APU) price bracket, IMNHO. And where is the usual "maximum playable quality" settings test? I was expected something better from [H], this is more like a fail.
Well, a quick search on the site for "e12" revealed the following link:
Now you can complain about the price :P
If you can wait 2-4 weeks for the merchandise to arrive, this is for you.
And yes, I've bought staff from them a couple years ago, but enter @ your own risk.
You forgot to mention two IMPORTANT facts:
1. AMD get the MS support for Server 2003 on x64 AFTER publicly stated FRAND licensing for the x64 architecture; yes, even VIA is using it.
2. Intel NEVER intended to license IA64 to any competitor. And I'm happy that monstrosity is dead, with no...
One: the Y-adapter what you originally linked is good for max. 5A with some goodwill; I'm more pessimistic than Lunas, and I would say the cable is 22 gauge.
Second: There's a possibility to use a 19V brick for both the computer and the monitor, but you will need to change the Pico PSU to...