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Price goes down, thread goes up.
Let's get this sucker sold!
Another ole' bump.
Up it goes.
I keep getting playtest emails since I participated once, but unfortunately can't make it to any anymore.
I really wish I had time to go to one...
Lowered the price again; bump.
To the top.
Further price drop and bump.
Weee, fly my little thread.
Surface is gone, bump.
Another day, another bump.
Price drop and bump.
Up we go.
When connected, right click in the RDC client title bar and select Help -> About, it should show you the RDP version being used.
Since I'm still...
Does the server have a GPU? What RDP version is being used for the connection (might have to check event viewer for that)? Have you tried with RDP...
Added the Surface Pro 3 bundle.
2019 HP Spectre x360 15.6" 4K 2-in-1 convertible laptop
Brand new. Box hasn't been opened. Comes with a 1 year warranty.
The low-end estimate is $100k so yeah.. sucks for him.
Seem to be at their lowest price ever, $439.95.
The irony is that the E12 supports up to 8TB..
Looks like 4TB versions using the Phison E12 are slowly starting to appear: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZQSDQDB/
For those that are curious, I was able to get 8GB in my ARC-1882ix-24 using a stick of ADATA ADDE1333W8G9-BMIE, which matches what Areca's FAQ...
Dual rank, interesting. That goes against what the manual says:
But I'll give a 2Rx8 module a shot.
After posing my original question I...
This is a long shot but what stick of RAM did you use that allowed your ARC-1882IX-24 to use 8GB (more than 4GB advertised maximum)? I tried a...
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.