Nvidia used to make integrated chipsets for Intel and AMD, what changed is Intel no longer licenses the chipsets for the i7+ and AMD is now a direct competitor with their purchase of ATI.
Decrypting the contents may not be necessary for nefarious uses
A more reasonable issue may be people targeting US passports for thefts.
I've got about 1100 albums in a library of over 300GB (90% lossless), even running with the actual tracks on my NAS over WiFi to my MBP, it's very fast.
I don't understand the people who say it's slow, maybe it's slow under WinXP on qemu on a raspberry pi?
184.108.40.206 = is not a valid DNS server, likely they meant 220.127.116.11 which is the secondary Google Public DNS address.
It's also possible they meant 4.2.2.[1-6] (of which 18.104.22.168 may be the most popular), which isn't really a public DNS server either, but may be close enough to count as a backup for Google.
In each case that generateSeed() is called, it's also combined with some data from
Framerate performance is... meh. For the hardware I'm running on (eVGA GTX 670FTW, Intel 2600k), I'd expect nothing less than a rock solid 60fps with the graphics on mid-to-high settings. Most of the time there isn't anything graphically intensive going on, but my framerate often dipped into the low 20s anyways.
I'm running everything maxed on a 560Ti / 3930k. Everything seems smooth although I'm not watching the FPS. Maybe it's more CPU dependent?
Yeah, it's not like they sell a similar adapter for $9
And you should have spent an additional 10 seconds (maybe more, it was running slow) to look at the pictures linked in the main article.
The MacBook Pro Retina has 16 DDR3L chips on each side of the motherboard, and the SO-DIMM I linked has 8 DDR3L chips on each side of each piece. That's 16 * 2 = 32 chips on the MBP, and 8 * 2 * 2 = 32 (two pieces, two sides each) chips in the linked memory.
Which one is higher density? (The chips are the same size)
The cost of soldering thing was a joke, btw, and it maks me sad to have to even mention that.
8GB PC3L-12800 1600MHZ SODIMM $65/ea.
That's $130 for 16GB, vs $180 from Apple. Maybe the extra $50 is the cost of soldering it to the motherboard?
FYI, the newer Intel Mac Mini has an integrated AC power supply (only the original and early Intel use DC-in with an external brick)
Why weren't you using Time Machine?
I can see several fingers that are totally useless on top of an Apple mouse, which can be operated by a stump.
Apple hasn't shipped a mouse with only a single button in 5 years. Troll harder next time.
I like the inline post expansion and reply. Everything else can die in a fire.