My computer is about 4 years old, in the past I've always been one to upgrade when a significant performance gain is available, but right now I can still play games on the highest settings and only use 1/4 of my CPUs. This is the first time I've ever worn out a CPU fan before I replaced the computer.
Because apparently, 'instant' isn't quite fast enough.
or the big bearded man in the sky. If those are the two options, I know which one I'm choosing.
You're right... it's much less than a second.
If you want your screen wall-to-wall website, just go full screen. It only takes a second to switch back and fourth.
Wake me up when I can play Smash T.V. with live puppies. "Good luck... You'll need it!"
They make you release and reapply the parking brake if it thinks you're doing that. You'd have to wire a switch under the dash or something that you could flip off and on when needed.
It's a nice thought... but they make you release and reapply the parking brake if it thinks you're doing that. You'd have to wire a switch under the dash or something that you could flip off and on when needed.
Front seat displays are required to have a safety switch that only allows them to turn on when the parking brake is applied.
The power still comes from the power supply... where else would it come from? I guess it'd be useful if you have memory slots you're not using, but no extra drive bays.
Maybe that's why all the bespectacled nerds tend to do better on tests, they're concentrating harder when they read?
We'd better ban any books or movies that tell any story from a non-American point of view. Oh wait, that's right... video games must be treated differently than all other media. I forgot about the, "freedom of speech, except for video games" clause in the Constitution.
I can get about 30 FPS, too.
I doubt that interference from the SATA cable is an issue as some have suggested, since anyone half-serious about PC audio that’s using a PCI SoundBlaster should be slapped. It’s not expensive to get a decent, high-bitrate sound interface that operates via USB, FireWire, or a PCI interface that lets you put the analog guts halfway across the room from your noisy computer. Yes, PCs put out a bunch of EMI, but the CPU and video card are much worse culprits than an SATA cable ever could hope to be. I don’t claim to be an “audiophile” (for obvious reasons) but I do produce music and own a 10000 watt concert system, and have been paying attention for many years to what REALLY makes a difference in sound.