Lets be realistic... Be it 13 or 30... most guys would still be interested in attractive women. Most at 30 are just smart enough to act otherwise.
The biggest reasons would be for encode/decode, gaming, enthusiast. Each has their reasons and at least two of them have actual use for higher clock speeds. Why pay $1000 for a CPU when I can pay $250 and overclock. Only time I've ever had a problem is physical, and my own fault. Sometimes you have to settle for a little less clock speed, but you can test and maintain relative stability.
The fact that they removed OC from the current Xeons, leads me to believe it won't be present in the next gen.
Did you even try? It was in the E3 presentation. There is a link in the summary that talks about some of it. Don't act like you can't find the info, when the info is there to find.... easily.
I wish I had a wife, who would then use this right...
While I'm not siding with whaling, it's wrong to claim the failure of one industry as a valid reason to disallow another industry. That is, unless the "original" industry is of greater importance. From an academic standpoint, food production outweighs entertainment.
If they weren't so busy trying to rip everyone off, maybe more people would be willing to pay.
Prevented? Not necessarily. Changed how it went down? Sure. It isn't like non-assault weapons can't kill.
Except, in this case... MS isn't a pretty decent guy. They're still dicks about things. Just because they're better, doesn't make them good.
Would you prefer to spend $100 or ~$400? I definitely wouldn't fault someone on either choice.
There are games on Android that I do enjoy playing from time to time. For $100, it allows me to do so on my tv. But, it was mostly about repurposing the hardware and backing an alternative to the big 3 consoles. If the idea fails, I still keep the hardware.
Your definition of surprisingly well might not be the same as others. OnLive was fine for casual games. Anything that required quick response times was a waste of time and money.
Armed citizenry is kind of how we broke free and ultimately formed the nation. Just because it wasn't specifically against the US government, it isn't any less valid.
This is so very true. I've even sat there and explained to people(in simple terms) how email comes in to the server and then out to them and then the reverse when sending. A number of them still didn't get it and assumed the mail just goes directly to that single computer.
Just because there are bigger problems, doesn't mean you have to ignore the smaller problems.