What about Titanium, is it safe for kitchenware?
I think both AMD and nVidia are pushing displays manufacturers toward higher-DPI panels.
And I took a photo of the material.
I do a reference to Back to the Future III, and you guys go on to debate about the USPS.
That's so true.
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I've been swimming in raw sewage. I love it.
Too bad the post office isn't as efficient as the weather service.
Spaceport along the Gulf of Mexico on the Texas-Mexico border...
Rockets with Taco Bell sponsorships?
Score: +1, Used to be funny
That's correct. Plus, IRQ and DMA were only required with DAC-equipped sound cards. Most of the cards that only had a synth IC only used IO ports. The Ad Lib card, for example, only used addresses 388h and 389h.
AC is right, if you're using headphones with the volume maxed out you should be destroying your eardrums unless the output is set to line-out.
Are you sure you're connecting your headphones to the speakers out output? If there's any software for your audio chipset, is it set for headphones for that particular output?
I was wondering which video they were talking about. I guess they're being paid by Adobe.
I'm waiting for the release of two girls, six tentacles.
Back in the day, integrated audio solutions had trouble earning respect.
Back in the day, integrated audio was the frickin' PC speaker that could only produce one square wave at a time with no volume control whatsoever, apart from software 'hacks'.
And Creative Labs were far from the first ones, learn a bit of history and get off my lawn.
People won't move to Bing, because Bing is a stupid name.
See also: Ned Ryerson.