No not everybody can, for various legal reasons.
And amongst those that legally can have a card there are those that are uncapable of understanding/using it correctly.
So why not prevent this kind?
You say it's a business decision, but that's not exactly true:
We're discussing discrimination...
Did you actually read the proposed bill?
1. It does not apply to every company, but a select few (big) ones.
2. It does not apply to companies that are outspokenly affiliated to some political or religious agenda.
3. There are still quite a few types of "statements" that the senator doesn't...
Windows "updates" that are so bad that they prevent Windows from starting (the kind of problem fixed by this new feature) are rare, in my experience.
The bigger problem is when third party software suddenly doesn't work as a result of a (quietly installed) Windows update.
From a Swedish perspective I'd support a law like this, provided it's accompanied with matching banking laws.
The use of cash is extremely low, and an increasing portion of stores don't accept any form of cash.
If you go to the bank and want to insert cash (>$50) to boost your account you better...
Isn't that the whole thing? Since W7 is about to go EoL MS doesn't loose any migration.
Isn't it also easier (and thus cheaper) to program DX11?
I got the impression that DX12 "allows" (requires) the programmer to make hardware specific optimizations to get even better performance.
Not in Krizby's example that I was referring to.
Yes, and that's because with a change in pitch you initially trade speed for altitude.
If the objective is to change speed while maintaining altitude you first change the power setting and then adjust the pitch to compensate for the change in lift.
To me there's too little info to make a clear cut opinion, yet:
* What happened to Gen10?
* Is Gen11 to be used in desktop or laptop CPUs? Perhaps both?
* What's the power consumption?
* Is it the top end or mid range model that's been tested?
* When will it be available, and at what cost?
You clearly underestimate the flight characteristics of rocks...
If you lose aerodynamic lift you go ballistic, continuing at the same speed horizontally while beginning a gravitational descent.
Add engines that provide some lift and speed to the rock and it will fly quite nicely...
There's a real storm brewing in Sweden now, caused by this. The (accidental) publication of sensitive data is (probably) a violation against several laws, and the authority of data protection will look deeply into the matter.
Computer Sweden, the magazine that originally found this out, has...
As I've understood it the idea is that Nvidia (in their book keeping) took the difference and used it to cover the losses made after the cryto craze was over. (Nvidia "didn't produce more GPUs than they could sell", you know...)
That way one can claim that viewed over the entire year the numbers...
But it does let you out, ... unless the doors are locked...
That's a good question!
From Chinese comments:
"One claimed five steps and two confirmations were need for the software upgrade to start. “What does the maker need to do for everyone to be satisfied?” the user asked."
From a consumer's point of view my experience is that Early Access typically gives you an okay game at a low price. I typically enter late in the Early Access and don't bother whether it reaches "release" status or not. KSP, for example, didn't seem any different in version 1.1 vs 0.9,
One major difference is that Intel's roadmap has seen some major changes along the way.
Given how long they've been working with their 10nm design it's not impossible that it will be monolithic, and thus obsolete, when launched.
I'd rather think that since Intel's been increasing their IPC for so long they're now at the point of diminishing returns.
I don't expect anything significant there until they take a leap away from the Core architecture.
To me the only relevant question would be: Which setting provides the best gaming experience?
Looking at/for specific details just to tell the difference isn't something you do while gaming.
Agreed. The implementation in BF is by no means perfect, and (some) later games will do it better...
I think that's true for just about every new psychological disorder, and has been since the dawn of time.
What do you think of treatments against female "hysteria"?
What about the treatment of "shell shock"?
There were actually a couple of videos posted leading up to CES.
It really starts with the one about chiplets, posted half a year ago (2018-06-30).
Will be interesting to see how Navi compares in terms of price/performance and power/performance.
Nvidia might not be able to keep the crown for...
Seriously? The retailers only have the ability to inflate prices, not to reduce them.
As I've understood it:
Nvidia sells (mostly) GPUs only, to AIB partners at a price with a significant profit margin.
The partners produce cards with these GPUs, adding to the price.
The cards are then sold...
Prediction is difficult when you don't know how far to push the frequency and IPC gain.
Back in my day the CPU (IBM 486SLC2) didn't even need a heatsink...
4-core chiplet should be read as 8-core with (at least) four cores disabled.
Only one type of chiplet is printed, and then it's all a matter...
Read any of the reveiws posted for the CPUs with IGP. None of the one's I've seen make use of the IGP so thermals will be as is.
The real question is how much worse the thermals is if you actually do use the IGP...?
That's a future possibility, if the versions with IGP are to be as good as removed from the market.
As for now I think there's a heap of chips binned as "defective IGP" just waiting to be released for sale.
Is it safe to assume that in the US nobody bothers to lock their cars or home doors either...?
I avoid home deliveries as much as I can, unless it's something small enough to get in the mailbox.
Instead the typical pick-up location is either of my two nearest conveniance stores, open 7 a.m. to...
... which is why I stay away from this type of games.
There really should be some type of player ranking system and matching so that players will only have to meet other players of similar rank. (Optional to enter a game for higher ranks.)
Not if it's anywhere near how the movie industry does it:
When they talk about the production cost of a movie, that number includes the marketing cost. (Typically about 50% for a Hollywood production.)
If the 20x is correct (which I doubt) that means the budget for a M$20 game is M$19 marketing...
You think that's "slightly"!?
Given that it's just going from Zen to Zen2 it's a major increase!
Has Intel even been able to get that far in the last five or more generations of Core?
Most probably not.
Technically I think you're on to something.
The limiting factor would...
Imagine somebody two years ago telling you that if you purchased a budget motherboard with AMD chipset released a few months later, it would only support CPUs with no more than 12 cores.
Would you've considered that a limitation?
Yes, that seems like a real issue resulting in new price hikes and...
If this is a review I miss comparisons to the i7-9700K (the benefit of two more cores) and the Ryzen 5 2600X (which is AMD's best opposition featuring twice as many threads at a bit lower clocks).
Depends on what games you play. An increasing portion of new games make good use of eight threads...
Assuming that FO76 is a testbed for the multiplayer part of (a more FO4-like) FO5 (that will use the same game engine), do you still think frame locking can/should be absent with no additional problems?
It's obviously worked just fine in all the previous single player games they've launched.
The main problem is that they've re-used a game engine tailored for just single player, and has had little to no regard for all the requirements of multi-player that aren't there for single-player.
I was thinking in the same line.
... but who would want the original Space Invaders with the code simply "translated" to a modern OS?
The original game got it's slow initial speed and gradual speed-up as a result of the slow CPU used. Today's CPUs are about 1,000 times faster, so the mass of...
The report clearly has its limitations:
It's only about 4G costs.
Presented pricing are the median values, so 50% of local options are cheaper.
Nothing about area coverage.
Nothing about what else is included.
I use the provider that has the very best area cover locally (and nationally). Still...
I think the exact wording used by Intel was closer to: "... unable to handle the power demanded by six-core CPUs..." (as opposed to the previous up to four cores).
This next leap from six to eight cores should logically produce the same added demand for more power and consequential outcry...
Also reviews of the CPU get screwed up when the performance at "stock" settings differ significantly based on what motherboard is used.
That's where this common denominator in the form of the official TDP has its place.
From there it's possible to compare and see which motherboard step away the...