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Comment: Re:This never works (Score 1) 245

by Khyber (#49548837) Attached to: Microsoft, Chip Makers Working On Hardware DRM For Windows 10 PCs

"Which means no software will be capable of ripping it from screen like you can do it now. Because none of decoding takes place in software, which means you do not have access to decoded stream in OS."

Framebuffer rippers are absolutely nothing new and are software implemented. It's like the most trivial way to capture exactly what is being displayed on your screen. Cuz guess what? It' Microsoft - it's going to pass through DirectX FIRST. BAM the 'weak point' that most any game streaming service uses.

Comment: Re:Cripple Linux? (Score 1) 172

by Khyber (#49543183) Attached to: Intel 'Compute Stick' PC-Over-HDMI Dongle Launched, Tested

" typically the database doesn't run on the same system as the web server."

Maybe if you use shit hardware, yes you'd keep them on separate systems.

Or you can catch up with reality and realize that now days, I could do the entirety of DICE Holding's website portfolio with THAT ONE MACHINE, INCLUDING DATABASES AND WEBSERVERS, oh and for fun one of those nodes could go to just acting as a hardware firewall and router/switch.

Comment: Re:Dell, HP, Panasonic (Score 1) 400

by Khyber (#49543171) Attached to: We'll Be the Last PC Company Standing, Acer CEO Says

"I write this on a gorgeous Dell Precision M3800 that has it all: powerful i7 processor, space for lots of RAM (16 GB), dual SSD bays"

Yea. No. That's not having it all.


Come back when you've got 8 Xeons, 1TB ECC DDR3, 24 SSDs, and 12 GPUs in one box. Then you can say you've got it all.

Comment: Re:Cheap in which universe?! (Score 1) 172

by Khyber (#49534527) Attached to: Intel 'Compute Stick' PC-Over-HDMI Dongle Launched, Tested

" But try taking any one of those cheap tablets and connect it neatly to your TV and let me know how that's working for you. I am betting none of them have HDMI out capability at that price point."

Uhhh, yea. Works just fucking fine, cost me $99.

Could you shut the fuck up about things you obviously know nothing of?

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