I just went through this exercise with my friends a few months ago heh. This doesn't include the dozen or so personal laptops I've owned .
AMD 286 @ 16 MHz
AMD 386DX @ 40 MHz
Pentium MMX 166
Celeron 300A @ 450Mhz - so proud of this guy, paired with Voodoo2 SLI it...
I bought a TKL for gaming and love it. But when I work from home, I still very much want a numpad. So I've been looking for a numpad that is EXACTLY like someone chopped the numpad off a normal 100% keyboard like this:
I basically want this
but made into a separate keypad. Bluetooth is...
As much as I like people doing nice things like giving free bumps, I also dislike when people post things like "it can run games at 1440@100fps just fine".
What games? What settings? Without stating those things, it's a pretty useless statement. Your definition of "just fine" is very different...
Anybody else think that Stadia is another project to teach their AI?
That this was the idea all along and some marketing genius then said, "let's hide this as a gaming platform instead!"
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I got a premium (lifetime) license when it was on sale so I can't be sure how well the free version functions, but I heard the free one is still pretty good.
I have a mobo that supports 3 NVMe's and they are all full. I love not having to deal with SATA and power cables. I have a Crystal 570x case and it looks clean as hell thanks to that.
It does limit storage space though so I have to manage game installs.
But this is pretty much how I keep...
Yup, my experience is the same, a short somewhere.
Also, I don't know much about that mobo and CPU, but is that Pentium overclocked? Are the mobo settings at default? Also in my experience, pumped up voltages can keep a mobo from shutting down correctly.
Trust me, I've tried everything. I am 99% sure it is the usage of all 4 slots. For my sticks, I can get 2x8GB working fine at 32000 MHz, I just can't get 4x8GB . I've tried using all 4 sticks in all combinations in 2x8GB just in case one was bad, but they all worked. In my research, getting...
TL;DR - Core Performance Boost is disabled and I cannot get it enabled. Have tried changing all BIOS settings I can think of. Is it because I am running Server 2016?
I've checked my BIOS settings over and over, I have ensured EVERYTHING is set correctly. I have a 2700x on Server 2016 since...
And after nearly 3 more days of training, the self-model was able learn how to navigate YouTube, watch videos of the Logan brothers, Tide Pod challenges, and "In My Feelings" challenge. And 1 more hour after that the self-model learned how to launch itself off the roof of the building and...
I found that you can enjoy a show or movie a lot more if you watch it without a super bullheaded nostalgic fanboy glasses on. That doesn't mean that you'll automatically start enjoying every new reboot or prequel ever made. But it at least gives you a chance to enjoy them more. But if you...
I had 2 sticks of G Skill F4-3200C14D-16GVK (3200MHZ CAS 14 2x8 GB) on a MSI Gaming Carbon Pro with a 2700x.
If I used XMP I could not get them to run at 3200, only at 2933. Using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator I was finally able to get them to run at 3200. I needed more RAM since I started...
I have been wondering recently if manufacturers are making large screens with low res at a really low price point in order to get a consumer hooked on a large screen size. So when the consumer realizes "OMG this looks like ass" they then spend more on a same size panel but higher res. Like a...
Basically what you are talking about is called bonding.
A few conditions would have to exist for this type of bonding to be of any benefit.
1) Your PC would have to have a slower connection to your gateway than your Internet speed. i.e. You're paying for 500mbit/second internet (WAN) and for...
We used to "Hoff" people who didn't lock their PCs.
Not sure if it was this exact picture, but we used one similiar to it and put it as their background and lockscreen and move all of their desktop icons off screen.