I can't even find it now.
I can't even find it now.
It's getting quite slow in general (virus scans, defrags, tried 'em all), sometimes it locks up randomly, if someone rates my post while I have the ticker open Chrome freezes up and the whole thing slows down to a crawl, and sometimes the screen blacks out or completely spazzes out for a split second and returns to normal when cursor hovering over objects.
Tiny thing only just had it's first birthday on Christmas day. :C
I think 2012 being the year of dead/broken computers is my fault.
I wonder if the bios is corrupted, recovering wouldn't fix my fan problem but at least it would boot
What have we done?
Next brt's monitor is going to have a dead pixel.
A DEAD PIXEL!
I think it would be more dramatic if there would be NO dead pixels!
Christ the monitor market is devoid of good cheap 120hz monitors.
I found two samsung ones, S23A700D and S23A750D both of which have a slew of design decisions that make them about as appealing as the black death. Next is BenQ's XL2410T which is a hyper ultra gaymen super 3d 120hz monitor which, in addition to some rather lackluster reviews and some previous experiences with BenQ monitors makes that even less appealing than the samsung monitors.
After those the price nearly doubles for any higher models, I can't believe this market segment isn't flooded with attempts to offer low cost 120hz 3d monitors considering the recent and to some degree still ongoing 3d craze.
Sure, they make a couple of models that cannibalize the low-end market, but after that, yeah.
Does anyone know if Transcend Micro SD cards are trustworthy or whatever?
Just don't buy any of the low-end Kingstons.
If you do, don't come whining to me.
You know how you are meant to put between a pea and a grain of rice for thermal paste?
I put the entire tube on ...
Excuse me as I slam my head into my wall.
Posting from OSX installed in a VM, aww yeah. Hackintosh as soon as my 16GB flash drive comes :)
I'm taking an online "Intro to Computer Programming" class. This was today's assignment:
I think if I watercool, I'm going to end up doing something with this:
He's done a 9x120mm rad before, or quad 180, but this one is bigger I think. I trust TTL for watercooling stuff and he loved it. So I may run a 360 in the top, then the quad 180 for my video cards I suppose, almost passively with super low RPM fans.
Are your fans really loud enough for watercooling to be worth it?
Assuming you're doing it for noise.
Samsung's thingy just forced my computer to restart without even prompting me.
NOT. FUCKING. COOL.
the only reason I'm bothering with the damn thing is my phone won't update OTA
I like what TTL is doing with his channel.
My computer turned itself on.