Beginning of the end for USB? Or the next Firewire? I think its too early to say, this can swing both ways.
You are counting on the wrong person :roll:. Where's @Tatty_One when you need him?
Damn right I have turned into a lurker instead of a contributor :laugh:
Edit: Now that I am actually in the conversation again, who are we voting...
I think Nvidia and ATI/AMD are going down separate paths. Nvidia is doing all sorts of things, dabbling in hardware, self driving cars, AI and...
Will you get arrested if you are drunk and flying around?
H100i user here, it starts of quite noisy and gets progressively more so. Other than that, a charm.
Reminds me of this: http://www.nature.com/news/tissue-engineering-how-to-build-a-heart-1.13327
What does "pass the house" mean?
Ryzen 1400 at $169 sounds like its going to be king of mid range gaming.
Can we go back on topic instead of debating the finer points in freedom of speech? Thanks
Off the top of my head I can think of a few already: extended duration, reduce personnel exposure to dangerous missions, ability to mass produce...
Don't worry, future versions will probably remove the cockpit and training floaters.
Yes I sure did! Nothing beats Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch when it comes to naming, but I digress.
Looks like your cat just walked across the keyboard to me :confused:
You can take a look at Steelseries mice as an alternative.
AMD would only do such a thing if Zen is performing worse than its Intel's counterparts.
Yup, Nexus 5X user here. I think USB-C is a big step forward in terms of convenience, but not as big as from PS/2+Serial+Parallel to USB.
USB-C is far better, no need to turn cable 3 times to get it to fit!
Looks like they are going with AMD instead of Nvidia this time.
US has a very vibrant capital market, the fact that Newegg is being bought by Chinese not by savvy US investors means that its probably not...
Quite popular in East Asia to reprogram chips to accept big 3rd party tanks.
Here's an idea: standardise ink - printer communication. That way you can use any brand printer with any brand ink.
US$1200 = £900 + 20% VAT = £1080. With some rounding, £1100 in UK = $1200 in US.
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