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For gaming nostalgia I tend to go with golden age coin ops rather than 8-bit home systems. Though there are a few home games that are memorable.
Biggest change is that DIMMs will be split into two channels. Maybe we'll even get "half DIMMs" for low cost systems?
It's a goof but I wouldn't call it serious.
Can you capture it with a screenshot? If yes, then obviously it would not be a cable problem.
Yes. If you don't do anything to block 3.3v, the drive won't power up.
I agree. It's not a dealbreaker, but it's a weird choice.
40G is the max over normal length cables (not counting exotic active cables that don't exist yet). Practically speaking this is a 50% speed bump...
Actually you wrote "nfs4". ext4 makes more sense! That's a Linux filesystem, so use a Linux OS, for example Ubuntu.
In "XP" mode the USB adapter presents the drive as a 4K sector drive. But as far as the SATA interface is concerned, it's a 512 byte drive....
My point was that you can't read it on *any* OS without USB (well technically you can, but it requires some guru level tricks).
Cool, but note that this makes the drive unreadable if removed from the USB adapter.
I read the Intel boot guide for their SSDs...
RAID support is compiled as modules.
sudo modprobe raid456
Personalities : [raid6] [raid5] [raid4]
unused devices: <none>
Why would you need a custom kernel?
These are obviously pricing errors. Does Amazon usually honor them or do they cancel the orders?
Don't run untrusted code, seems like the best advice regardless of where the vulnerability is. Browser people need to wake up and stop running...
All 4 of your modules have a working SPD (a small identification ROM), but the memory itself...
QD has no effect on contrast ratio, it just allows for greater efficiency and/or wider color gamut.
It's a devious plot to get people to use the Windows Store.
Still tons of consumer PCs shipping with 1TB hard drives. It makes no sense.
Nice. This will be way better than Microsoft's closed source linux clone.
As ryan said, some WD externals have the power disable feature and some don't. There's no marking to distinguish them. That's why you can't trust...
The ones without a PCIe switch don't work with all motherboards, so the seller has to be willing to deal with the inevitable returns.
The best hard drives fail at a rate of about 1%/year. SSDs are about the same, maybe a little better. There are other risks to consider -...
The cost difference is small between 43/49/55" TVs, that's the problem. Without a decent price gap, the market for small TVs dries up, since...
While selection is indeed good, the crappy web site makes it hard to find things.
Yes, same as the 8TB.
It's exactly 25% better!
The +4 had a small fan base in eastern Europe, because that's where Commodore dumped most of them.
The C65 was an equally boneheaded product in...
Isn't that one of those garbage "fake 4K" displays?
2.5" USB drives (except for some Seagates) have integrated USB controllers. They aren't SATA drives.
Inside is a normal SATA drive. Opening is a bit of a pain, but can be done without damaging the case. You can put an old drive in the case after...
It's pretty random, and it's not always a case of higher load=more whine, it can be the other way around.
If Best Buy doesn't work for you, then I'd suggest the WD 8TB Elements as the next best deal:...
No brainer if you're in the U.S.
I see, the label says "3.3v 1ma" - so it requires 3.3v for some reason, but it's not pulling power from it (3.3v 1ma is 0.003W).
I looked up the Intel 750, the card version uses 3.3v/12v, but the 2.5" version is 12V only.
Backplanes are rarely if ever affected, because they don't normally supply 3.3v (drives don't use it, never did). It's only a problem for power...
How are you powering the drive? It probably has "power disable", so it won't start up if you supply 3.3v.
Yeah, it's dead already. I hate it when they jerk you around with blink-and-you-missed-it sales.