Ran into a USB-C issue with the 34WN80C-B today
It's been working fine with my wife's ~2019 Mac Book and her work HP laptop (new i7 Elite book, not sure on model). BUT, my i7 6600u based Lenovo Carbon X1 is not receiving power to charge the laptop, though it still works with the display fine.
Just went down this path for my wife. Ended up looking at the LG 34WN80C-B and the Dell (don't recall model offhand) equivalent. Similar features, I think the same panel. The LG was over $200 cheaper, so we went that route. The Dell has onboard speakers and powersupply though.
New member to Gig club, about 1 month in with FiOS. Speeds vary, probably because of internet congestion, end point connection abilities/saturation, and Verizon over-subscriptions. Still though, speeds are typically always above 300 and generally in the 700ish-900ish ranges.
Speed test just a...
Google's eBay page has a combo deal of Home + Chromecast for $99 with free shipping. Crazy good deal, about $65 savings over normal pricing.
It costs just a few bucks to try it out on the pay-as-you go plan. Granted you loose your VM after 3 days of no activity, but that really isn't a concern because you can upgrade it without loosing data to a monthly plan.
There is simply no way to 100% confirm if the service will work for you...
Looks like they have an entirely new pricing model coming in March.
Looks like they...
I went a different route about 3 years ago. Seeing how Nests were pretty expensive, I just didn't think that spending $200+ on a thermostat made much sense. Our full electric house has reasonable bills, so I am not looking to make a major cost savings on the backend. We also are on irregular...
I have some old gear I'd like to sell / get rid of. Most is socket 478 gear. Will update post if I find more gear.
Here is my heat: http://www.heatware.com/u/30532
Yes, it's quite old :D I haven't bought/sold much in a while.
Asus P4P800SE - Bought used from [H] member, used it about...
Agreed. Still very early days, but this is obviously the future. For me, I just use laptops 99% of the time, so need a box to play GTA V or whatever else on. Even a budget gaming PC is going to run me $800 or so with the mid-range specs I want. This costs me $120 a year, so in effect, it's...
Liquidsky cloud PC gaming service is running a special for $10 per month vs. normal $15 per month for PC Cloud gaming.
I just started using this service, instead of building a PC (yes I would much rather build a gaming PC, but for various reasons, this is a better deal for me) and a couple days...
hmm, I may have to think about this. My wife would say do it :D, though I still have some attachment to the old girl.
I have pretty much top of the line here.
CUSL2-C, hacked BIOS to enabled full overclocking past 140fsb, 512gb PC150 @ 155, P3 1000@1162 /155fsb, 6800GT sounds rright but can't...
Another vote for P50. I have a review unit for our company. Absolutely sick with 32gb of memory and the 4k display.
But since you are a Dell shop.... then find the equivalent over there. Usually HP, Lenovo, and Dell have similar or identical devices in their product line.
well unless you are going to be sharing files between the machines, connecting them them to a domain, and/or MS Remote Desktop; I don't really see a point in spending the extra cash unless you forsee this in the future.
* There are no differences in networking, when it comes to just game play...
great, and it's Windows only
not surprised really, but I could really use a better search for LN on the Mac. I had a nice MSN search plugin for LN to do some searching... I hate MSN but it worked nicely and I had it only for LN, everything else was disabled. Eventually disabled...
this thing is sex
I am on one right now... bought it for one of the sites I support and it's awesome. Great throughput, EXCELLENT configuration options, just great. Best router I have seen for quite some time, and my first DLink product.
most all LCDs, except for higher end, do not come with DVI cables anymore
even our good HP 1755 LCDs we get at work got replaced with a new model of 1740 and they did away with the DVI cable :irked: So now we have to be sure to add that into the orders we place. Very annoying.
pretty decent machine overall
I of course HIGHLY recommend adding at least an additional 512mb stick or 1gb stick. On bootup of original untouched machine you're pushing that 512mb stick to about 420mb give or take. After I threw in another stick for a total of 1gb (already had it, or would...
yes yes, we know
it's old news, there was a thread a meer week ago on them. There was a $30 MIR with this before as well. I just missed it before ordering and was also considering a cheap Dell.
I bit and have one ordered. Microcenter sucks for getting your product. My process went like...
they 100% had me on the laptop......
until I seen that it was after a MIR!!!! assholes
and that, my now 2 local stores do not have it available for pickup
yet again another reason why CompUSA sucks
goes right back over to Microcenter to purchase the $399.99 Acer
not a good deal
you can get a nice Dell Inspiron 1501 in Small Business with double the memory, and similar specs otherwise for $549 & free shipping, $10 extra for the nice glossy screen.
I came here looking for some good deals as I am buying this for a family member of my wife and it's coming...
Ok, I gotta make a quick brag... sadly the deal is in the trunk of my DD and I took the fun ride to work today so no pics
I went to the Princeton store to see what was left. Last weekend there was still lots and lots of stuff left. Yesterday there was NOTHING. I did howerver, find the...
McAffee 8 with EPO servers pushed out to around 10k users or so
seems to work fine, but the program seems to really slow a machine down. Fairly intensive scanning.
At home, on my domain, I run Symantec 9.1 and it seems much lighter and doesn't bog the machines down as much as the McAffee...
*skips to end, brienfly skims last 20 posts....
yes, I disabled it.
yes I think it helps the end user keep a machine cleaner
I feel confident enough in my technical skills to disable it, as I don't want to bother with popups on my personal machine.
1gb = XP
2gb+ = Vista
with a new build like that, I would for sure go Vista
unless you have some old peripherals and/or old games you like to play.
I have no issues with my Vista at this point. Works great, nothing has been broke yet.
I take that back.
Hauppage is working on the...
if he has PCI-E then yes, it's a worthwhile upgrade
1gb of ram doesn't cost to much and the card is easily moved to a new(er) system.
if in 6 months he wants to upgrade the rest, the worst is just not being able to use the memory with new setup.
thanks for the feedback
I really like this card, as it's very very unique from other cards with the pimp cooling. Especially when it came out!
that really really sucks about a month of time. With CNC3 coming out at the end of the month, I may look into doing that... gonna quickly ponder it. I...