watered down compared to a full file server. that's exactly what it is, a simplified version of a local server. there was no argument that I could see, just a comment of how they became popular, which makes sense.
why would you need two power circuits? what kind of hardware are you running? standard residential is what, 15A? derating being 20% for constant load, 12A, 120V.. that's about 1.4kW. What systems of yours (x2) draws that much power?
It's already a problem. On Fridays and Sunday evenings (the days when people are most likely to depart for and come back from road trips, there is already a wait at major charging stations. Waiting an hour for an hour charge honestly sucks. It's only going to get worse.
Am I one of the few who does not feel this way? I've had comcast internet at 3 locations with absolutely not a problem.
I've had a few business locations without Comcast service and they're terrible.. Microwave internet anyone?
See for yourself:
However, I don't believe a general purpose gaming rig would really suffer drastically from the occasional memory glitch. A scientific computation where the data is valuable on the other hand..
I really hope AMD isn't trying to launch a 32 core processor for the consumer market.. general task/gaming on an intel xeon 14C/28T is pretty abysmal due to lack of proper software. Virtualization on the other hand..
Though on the Opteron side, I can barely give away the darn things. :(
Because that's not what he posted on other forums. If that part wasn't true then well.. unreliable narrator.
Yes, I signed up back in 2011 and have been posting ever since just in case HIS came under fire. :confused:
If I worked for HIS I would not have purchased 50 gigabyte 270s to mine with...
I've noticed that no one ever sides with the manufacturer when people post online about their negative experiences. Let me be the lone guy.
Scrypt mining, you mean?
I'm not saying that the damage was done by you, but you sure as hell didn't build a quad 290 rig as a spare computer. I was...