ok so the UBIQUITI isn't available in the entire country (the shop in the link doesn't have stock)
but I found the TP-Link AC1750 EAP245 which seems to be a popular choice and an up to date model (I just hope this is the v3 model not v1)
i'll get only one for now and see what happens.
yes the router in the red spot is the free router that comes with the internet subscription
do you think this UBIQUITI model will do the job? is it better than the TP-Link Archer AX50 WiFi 6 AX3000?
what should I look for when comparing these things?
by the way, around 15 laptops, 3 desktops...
the company I work for moved to a new location, the attached sketch is not the final one but its close enough
we have a 200mb fiber, the router is the red point, its in a closed storage room
there is a cat6 cable that goes from the router then comes our from the ceiling around the blue point...
the only RPG games I played in my life are:
Alone in the dark back in the play station 1 days (couldn't complete it because it was too scary for me)
little of Witcher (I don't know why I feel it's too complicated for my old small brain)
Assassin's Creed Origins & Assassin's Creed...
27" generally means 2560x1440 not 1920x1080, which needs more GPU power depending on the games you play. and this site is not the best site to ask about anything smaller than 27" because everyone will just tell you to go big :D and btw AW2521HF is my dream monitor
I don't know how to use illustrator and the project file is in Photoshop, the illustrator template is just a background that I want to use in the Photoshop project.
currently the solution I found is to copy what I want in illustrator then paste it as a smart object in Photoshop then enlarge it...
I downloaded a free Illustrator template but when I export it as Photoshop PSD I get an image that is smaller than what I need and increasing the ppi from export options doesn't seem to help.
when I open the PSD in Photoshop the size is 10x14 inches but I want it to be something like 34x80...
never used this parasite but I started using it at work a while back, it did what the title said (using the companies main gmail account) and I never noticed, if someone from work knew about https://myactivity.google.com/ before me I wouldn't be talking to you now, this spyware records...
maybe you need to use something like never 10 to stop it from updating to 10, I'm not sure since I haven't turned on updates since maybe 4 years hehe (nothing wrong in 10 btw, i'm just too lazy to install it)
so they renamed the 1080TI to 2080, renamed the 1080 to 2070
to cover it up they released a gaming version of the Titan V and called it 2080TI
and to justify it they announced the RTX thing
how to sell the same performance for higher price: rename it
not sure but I think pirates took a long time to crack Origins and the DLC's are still not cracked to this day. so I guess this episodes thing will make it even harder and players who want to enjoy the whole game will have to buy it.
bad artistic decisions everywhere that made the game look unfinished, unrealistic, grainy and ugly. favoring blurriness rather than clarity.
it looks cartoony, players look goofy and player movement feels off, too much saturation, motion blur, forced AA, filters, snow effects, fog, aggressive...
while I welcome this collaboration between Tesla and Nvidia, I think this will eventually be used for mining, a second card for ray tracing and maybe with the correct adapter and DAC it can be used to maximize audio performance.
“My top advice really for anyone who says they’ve got some breakthrough battery technology is please send us a sample cell, okay. Don’t send us PowerPoint, okay, just send us one cell that works with all appropriate caveats, that would be great. That sorts out the nonsense and the claims that...