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Nevermind, I am mistaken. Too much drinking tonight. ;) Carry on with the E12 drooling.
So you're telling me that my 8TB N300 has 548GB of over-provisioning... sure. Like I said, it's a Windows display difference.
That's simply the difference between Windows displaying GiB as GB while drive manufacturers quote GB as 10^9 bytes, nothing more, nothing less....
It doesn't. HDR10 metadata can be encoded in the video stream's SEI (that already exists) and adds negligible overhead to the file (since SEIs are...
OP is specifically talking about UHD blu-rays, not normal blu-rays.
Per section 184.108.40.206.1 of the BD-ROM 3.0 spec, UHD Blu-rays support the following formats:
HEVC if the primary video content is 3840x2160 or...
It's likely that Windows 7 was using the Samsung NVMe driver whereas your Windows 10 installation was using the Microsoft NVMe driver.
Nothing will work at that resolution/refresh rate, it's outside of the DVI spec. You were presumably running at 1920x1080 @ 120Hz, not 2560x1440 @...
I have this exact setup (2x 590s, 1x 520c, 1x 550P) but the sub is so powerful that I frequently have to turn down the volume knob on the back of...
I received one shipped and sold by Amazon, one sold by a 3rd-party on Amazon. The Amazon one is the retail packaging (the box with 2 Li-ion...
Accidentally bought two from two different sellers, so maybe there's a pattern with the packaging. Will know tomorrow.
Bump and price drop.
It appears that they revised that model to be 725 lumens sometime within the last few years. Guess the description is old. We'll see when it arrives!
Offloading the 466 lumen version for the new 725 lumen one? Description doesn't match the title but we'll see.
Even cheaper now and shipped from Amazon.com.
One more bump.
Bump again, yessss.
Up it goes.
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So close to closing this thread, one more to go.
Down to just one, let's do this.
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Another round of bumps.