I clicked on this thinking it was something to do with small memory modules haha. I had to read - and think about for a sec - the second reply before I figured out it was submarines. Use of the word "submarine" gave it away for me. <light bulb goes on over head> :p
There's always that one guy that just has to go too far! "...and a grenade launcher." Wat?! :p
Seizure of more than 100 firearms, including handguns, assault rifles, and a grenade launcher;
Seizure of five vehicles that were purchased with illicit proceeds and/or used to facilitate criminal...
How is it suddenly NVIDIA's fault if two OEMs happen to implement the MX150 in different ways? The specs on NVIDIA's website say this:
"The below specifications represent the GPU features available. Actual implementation may vary by OEM model. Please refer to OEM website for actual shipping...
Nearly six hours from the post about how much energy cryptocurrency mining uses to where the discussion is polarized?
We can do better next time - we can get to a point where nobody will agree about anything in less than 3 hours.
We can do it!!
There are already cameras everywhere in Vegas. Having something responsive to your voice commands in your room just gives you some benefit for the utter lack of privacy you already have in most places now.
I was fridge shopping recently and looked at this very model and asked the "why" question. Sales woman hit a couple of things and showed me that the screen could show you what was inside the fridge. I demonstrated the more traditional way - I opened the door. She mentioned recipes which I could...
Haters gonna hate hate hate hate hate...wait...no, that's Taylor Swift!
Eh, I think it looks good. Normal Tesla wins no beauty contest anyway, it's not like he did this to a Ferrari or some hand crafted car that is a work of art to start with. His now looks different than the ones the factory...
DEF CON Researchers Hack A Dell Monitor To Show Any Pixels They Want
(Some details with pointer to GitHub repo containing the exploit code.)
I thought this had to be BS too. It's not BS.
My policy is to always happily click, sign or state "I agree" to anything anyone ever asks me with regard to terms of any service I may now or at any point in the future ever happen to use in any circumstances.
I figure this sets up so many conflicts with all the agreements I'm bound to by...
I made a similar jump from a Q9650 to my current setup and it was a huge and noticeable difference in subjective performance. Boot times, load times, running Office, running games. Build that new system ASAP! :)
This is one of the most confusing things I've ever read on the Internet. Off to Google this phrase now so as to better understand the chicken ass situation.
Edit: Google is confused about it too - and that's hard to do!
I far prefer the cussing accented narration. Just watched the hockey puck explode and he giggles afterwards and says he might need a blast shield. Ahh countries with no safety standards and cool accents, we love ya! :D
Uhh lol. Haven't made it but 90seconds into the video and:
I wouldn't want a washing machine with that many knobs on it, much less a modem. My USR 57.6k modem had zero knobs!
Love how he talks about how simple the connection is - as he dials the rotary phone.
Dude's password is "1234" :p
I've started wearing pants around the house almost all the time now - but that's mainly because my 80 year old aunt has moved in with me. I figure if I maintain a clothed appearance in the common areas of the house, she will do the same. Thank God that so far, she has.
Don't think I posted this here before - damn Facebook tricked me into posting it there. Nice job Zuckerberg! :p
Quad monitor setup without any two of the same monitor and only two are the same resolution. :p My OCD friend says this would drive him insane. I like it and do actually use two...
and for the ESD:
notice this product detail!
I like it!
For the cable management, you could cover anything left exposed in something like this - it comes in various colors:
I'm happy with the motherboard - no problems but I'm just running at stock speed. I have installed all the stuff for Thunderbolt but have no Thunderbolt devices. The USB3 is plenty fast and a nice noticable upgrade over older USB ports for reading large flash media used in a camera.
If you're really only using the motherboard, CPU and memory from your sig, I'd say don't bother tearing your sig computer apart and just build your son a Z170/6700k system because I doubt you'd notice significant difference in performance.
If you could fit a Samsung SM950 Pro M.2 SSD into the...
It's not 1,000,000C it's 100,000,000C but that isn't even close to the hottest plasma they've been able to make: http://www.livescience.com/21183-rhic-guinness-highest-temperature.html (and this is kinda old - who knows what they've done now!)
Neat stuff though for sure! :)
I'd look at Task Manager or even Computer Management/System Tools/Performance and capture all the CPU usage data during your test to see who is using the CPU. That high CPU is almost certainly related...
Not disputing that the D-Wave can't run Shor's (thanks for clarification on that in fact!) but stuff is happening...
"For those partners and vendors that have not yet made the transition to Suite B elliptic curve algorithms...
Best first reply ever! :D
So...how does this topic have barely two pages of replies while the 'OMG Microsoft is stealing my cat pictures' thread have 4 pages already?
I read the Google blog post - which itself required some research on what the hell quantum annealing even is. It seems to...
Windows 10 being the root of all privacy problems is overblown. Google, Facebook, etc, etc, etc went down this road a long time ago. Microsoft is trying to compete (and actually making progress - which is nice) with what has been going on for some time now.
At one time I was of the mind I'd...
Don't think the format matters much - the real predictor of where your SSD is at in it's lifetime is in the SMART counters. For reference I grabbed the counters off my 840 EVO just now - it's a couple years old and has 4.93TB written shown in Samsung Magician. It was the boot drive and OS drive...