I worked with a friend to get his Celeron 300A to 600 MHz, man it cooked on a 133MHz FSB board.
I never had a 300a but I had a pentium pro 200 cooking at 1GHz....
I still have a Q6600, I never mess with overclocking it
I would like to see apple forge forward in the market, look what it did for digital music.
with $19.99 4k movies, retular HD movies will fall to at least $15.99 with older content falling to 9.99 or less which is affordable. (like the $5 DVD movie bins)
How many hours have I spent using a Mechanical pencil or an exact-o knife fixing CPU pins....
socket7/370 a mechanical pencil is the best method. although an exacto or razer is easiest to get them into rows.
I would be game....
When I started, with the company I worked for had many of the SOYO SY-6KBE boards installed when I started, nothing but headaches, some worked rock solid no issues (even years after the fans stopped)
The owner thought it wise to buy the next cheap solution up, the FIC 503 boards, come to find...
What no drone delivery service?
10 miles, to cover 90% of customers an industrial Drone should be able to provide delivery within several blocks from each store.
Drone to the next level, print out a QR code landing pad for delivery at your residence or leave a tablet out on the porch...
when it comes to $300,000 tractor or $900,000 harvisters they are all very similar, John Deer is just one of the better ones. (just like a BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Bentley or Rolls Royce they all have features that are different and make them better)
I was thinking the same thing,
The same black market scanners and diagnostic tools are available overseas for way less than their local made counterparts, but I have made use of them for doing my own maintenance and auto repairs. (places like odb2tool or Rosstech make a their business on these...
Intel has been doing this for years!!! (since 1999 that I know of)
Intel has been using farce info and trying to show potential ROI and cost savings of upgrades.
It is not unknown that people spend 20-40 hours a year waiting on computers over 3 years old.
Doing the same with technologies...
Not likely something I would buy directly, (locked into a media processor is not a real good idea)
the ~$40 firesticks are pretty decent, (even the $100 fireTV boxes, are decent) but its the 3rd party addons that are spiking sales.
So wheres the retail/service industry version of this?
(be a Beastbye, fast food, or other retail store employee, go rampage on the store and customers, or be the customer go off on the mechanic, clueless customer service agent)
OK so maybe I need therapy, but who hasn't felt like busting a TV...
I could see a few tweaks for these to make them a much better option,
mesh network lighting the closest lights to an active location (where you were, where you are and where you are going)
better proximity detectors other than the foot trigger will be needed,
I believe air currents change around the open ceiling tiles.
(watch the drone shift left and accelerate up, I would guess a properly mounted light could be easier, but its a lot like docking a spacecraft)
I am not buying the auto install, but I have noticed their nag screens changed, now they have a "pick a time to install" option
Those who are claiming autoistall, may have accidently selected the install later that during the day and left their computer on.
I am thinking Topspeed is nothing, give me a speed for 100% load with 24x7 up time for 168 hours!
a top fuel dragster's motor puts out 4000 hp and can go from standing still to 300 MPH in 3 seconds, but you have to rebuild the motor after about 500 revolutions.
my street car can do 0-60 in 5...
I threatened the teacher of my keyboarding class, that I was going to throw all the computers out the window. (second floor class room) but that was because I did not want to take a boring computer class I wanted to play games or program.