I didn't realize it was the video card blowing caps. I just heard what sounded like a gunshot every couple of weeks while wondering what was going on. I didn't take the time to package their junk up and mail to them to get another piece of junk. I'll just never buy EVGA again. FYI Seasonic is about as good of a brand of power supply as you can get. They were one of the very first companies to get an 80+ certification, mostly because they were about the only company already making ATX power supplies that were that efficient.
If you want to have fewer problems buy the most expensive manufacturer of a given gpu, not the cheapest. I generally try and stick with gigabyte or evga.
EVGA is crap, I had one only a few months old blow out a cap every week or two until the third time it stopped working. Sounded like gun fire every time. That was five years ago. The same Seasonic 80+ supply is going strong today powering a PNY Nvidia card.
i wish my watch stopped whilst i was having sex
You're doing it wrong.
I've been running Linux as my Desktop OS for over a decade. Often when using a client's Windows machine I get quite frustrated that MS can't implement the 2nd easier to use copy/paste buffer that Linux uses. Personally I have a hard time grasping why people settle for such a low grade incomplete OS other than just using what comes with the machine. Compared to Linux, the driver support on Windows is horrible; There are more supported devices for Linux than any individual version of Windows. When I plug in a USB device or card, I don't have to track down a driver; it just works. If you don't like Gnome, run Enlightenment. Linux (or a BSD) gives me a choice of better options than the Explorer desktop.
You're old enough to remember editing in vi, right ?
Yes, at my age, 10 minutes ago is about the limits of what I can remember.
If that was true then the majority of Disney movies would be public domain.
Years ago at an email company I wrote a module to retrieve email from Hotmail. I was able (with a coworker's help) to reverse engineer the cram-MD5 "backdoor" log-in that Outlook used. I do not remember ever running into a failed log-in check with that method.
I had a similar experience, except I was I only vegetarian for about 4 months. I gained an inch a month on my waist during that time. I took the weight off as fast as I put it on after I went back to eating lots of meat. Also I realized how much my energy level had decreased during that time. My blood pressure went back down and I just plain felt better.
Granted, you have to run FreeBSD or Solaris to access a ZFS pool locally.
I've been setting up servers using native ZFS on Linux for almost a year now. Previously I've used Nexenta (Debianized OpenSolaris) to get ZFS.
I dont think I've ever met someone with a windows phone.
I have a Windows phone. Windows sucked really bad however so I put Android on it. I'm sure I count in the statistics for Microsoft and against Android.
It is on Linux: http://zfsonlinux.org/
I've been using Nexenta to get ZFS for about 5 years, however earlier this year I switched my new installs to Linux. ZFS on Linux has been working great for me and my clients. This is not to be confused with fuse ZFS.
My experience with Cyrix chips was they crashed every 30 minutes no matter what OS you put on them.
It's a good thing that the Zettabyte File System (ZFS) stores more than a few zetabytes or we wouldn't be able to go swimming anymore.
When I was about 16 my mom found my Anarchist Cookbook. She proclaimed "Son, I'm so proud of you! You have a cookbook!". True story.