> It's really no risk for them. Pile a bunch of them on a CC - worst case you either return or sell them for break-even before the interest hits.
Yeah it must be pretty rough for them to be in a position where they can leverage the money for multiple consoles. I feel so bad for them, it really...
They will over recommend every time because of people using cheap PSUs. You have to factor in the lowest common denominator.
Look at all the reports of the 3080 working fine with a 650w PSU.
That said it will give you more room with a power supply that is acting up and losing capacity.
It’s actually because the PPE isn’t a very strong CPU and the other SPE cores are completely incapable of running either game logic or integer math.
Nothing to do with lazy developers, just a terrible architecture for a console CPU.
I was referring to the statement you made not that html isn't coding.
Website builders have been around since the early 2000s at least and take care of the low hanging fruit that will work with a cookie cutter template. Then there are storefront modules, etc to take care of a few more cases...
A 4 pin PWM fan will work fine on a 3 pin connector, assuming there is a 3 pin connector on the PSU board.
Most PSU's, if the fan isn't soldered onto the board, will use a 2 pin connector. You can carefully pop the pins out and slide them into the connector for the old PSU fan if the pins are...
If you were on 7 or earlier before and doing a legacy boot, it may have switched to a UEFI fast boot now, assuming your laptop is new enough and supports it.
Try Start -> Settings -> Update & security -> Recovery -> Restart now -> Troubleshoot -> Advanced options -> UEFI Firmware Settings ->...
Its also a common issue with laser mice. What surface are you using? The sensor could be having trouble tracking on it.
I have an old Logitech laser mouse (G700) that does the same sort of thing if I use it on a smooth plastic mouse pad. So try a different surface too and see if that helps.
Unless you have to check for errors multiple times like he is showing, then you end up with code that's indented off the side of the screen. The other way creates much more readable code. Readability > all.
Do you need to re-initialize it every time that function runs or can you decouple the init from the function and just free it once on program exit?
Otherwise I'd just use a #define CLEANUP_FREETYPE macro (or function if you have enough cleanup to do) and call it before every return. The...
Yes there shouldn't be an Acrobat idle process, that's just it hanging and failing to close.
Its notorious for doing this, and Adobe still hasn't fixed it. A reinstall may help, but apparently a lot of the issues are caused by the welcome messages and marketing messages.
Going to Edit -> Prefs...
Unless the DAC has software like the Realtek control panel that automatically switches for you, Windows won't do it.
You'll need to change your default sound device manually by right clicking the speaker in the system tray. Its a little less cumbersome if you make a batch file with something...
There could be a BIOS update for your board that resolves the issue.
If not, disabling XHCI may or may not make your USB 3 ports run at USB 2 speeds. If you have any USB 3 devices you can tell what speed they're running at like this.
Is it a Windows 8 install or recovery image on the USB stick?
You get into safe mode through recovery mode, which loads after 3 failed boots. So if you boot up to the login screen and HOLD your power button until the PC turns off 3 times, the next time you boot recovery mode will come up.
In your BIOS try setting "Intel xHCI Mode" to disabled. Its in Advanced -> USB Config. I find it hard to believe both USB controllers have gone bad at the same time, especially if it is working before Windows boots.
Its not Asus branding. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EFI_System_partition
The laptop is doing a UEFI boot which has separate system and recovery partitions. Your desktop is doing a legacy BIOS boot where those 2 partitions are combined.
You say a number of things that demonstrate marginal knowledge, so I wouldn't go blaming your admin. The DHCP server hands out the address of the DNS servers, you don't manually configure every machine.
4+4 is split into 2 separate connectors for some mobos that only use 4 pins. The extra 4 pins allow for the CPU to draw more power, but why not just use the 8 pin since you have it? Plugging in the 8 pin is exactly the same as using the 4+4 only easier to connect.
No, running non-native on a TV isn't nearly as jarring as it is with a monitor. The TV does a bunch of post processing plus you're not sitting as close so its really not that bad until you get into 60"+ territory.
I've got a R9 290 with a G10/H90 on it and with ambient temps of 27 - 28C in the summer it never got beyond 57C at load. So unless you want to run your fans at quite low speeds the H110 is probably overkill.
The stock Corsair fans are noisy garbage, even at low speed, and I almost immediately...
If you're using x264 CPU encoding, switching to NVENC will make a huge difference.
How fast is your upload? If your bitrate is too high for your connection to handle or your connection is dropping packets you'll get dropped frames, etc.