Win 7. I'm a PC game dev and gotta test my software. :toast: You do know why its the most widely used. Being shipped with an OS doesn't mean it is any good. But it should be good security wise due to high usage but the company doesn't have a very good track record in that matter.
And as long...
I have 2 pairs of the older generation MDR-XB700's. Specs look slightly better (5g weight diff) on these but I fear that they will not be as comfortable since they are on ear instead of over the ear. First generation XB headphones look like two monster truck tires on your head especially the XB1000.
It as good size to fit in your car as a true mobile entertainment system. With 12v from the car battery, wireless mouse/keyboard, and wireless bgn to hook up to hotspot mobile phones, usb monitors and your all set.
Any rumors about the pricing?
Lamptron FC9 also has 50W per channel with 4x ports. Although its quality does not look that great so I never bothered to get one. But this one looks mighty clean but thats just a CAD drawing. We'll have to see what it really looks like when it ships.
You obviously don't read TPU enough: http://www.techpowerup.com/164133/Intel-to-Push-for-Higher-Resolution-PC-Displays-Arrive-in-2013.html
Yes 4K is a standard but its not used as "THE" standard as 1080P is. You walk into an electronics store and all you see is 1920x1080 now. 1920x1200 used to...
If Intel gets their way and 4K resolution becomes a standard then these cards will be completely useless in high res gaming. I can wait a few years for standardization. And a few more for prices to fall.
For people that require glasses 3D glasses are a hassle. Polarized glass like above are available in clip-ons but if you want Active 3D theres no such thing. You either see 3D in total blur or watch a screen that looks blurry (if your sharing 3D viewing with family)
I know on alot of the chips the IHS on the cpu itself is curved. If the heatsink is flat on the surface you would have to rely on both pressure and the thermal paste to transfer the heat as its only efficiently transferring heat in the direct center of the IHS. I believe its Prolimatech?? that...
I love these fans by Scythe, but the bearings wear out too quickly. I've had 4 of them on different occaisons and all 4 have rough bearings and the fan wont even turn.
Hopefully they improved them this time.
And whats with the 140MM only pushing 92CFM? Theres pretty much no use for it in...
Well in the description above they mention Centrifugal pumping effect and high speed rotation as key factors of the cooling.
Your typical aftermarket heatsink works quite well without a fan as well. Albeit you wouldn't want to run your CPU at those temps for long.
By the looks of it if...