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Their PSU is inadequate for their card. High end graphics cards need a lot of voltage on the 12v rail.
No, they need exactly 12 volts on the 12 volt rail. However, they may need a lot of current.
I agree 100%. The best tests I had in college were the ones that weren't about memorizing. They were about knowing how to apply the material, formulas, ideas, etc. Once you get out of college and get a job, you'll be able to look up whatever you want in a book to help you do your job. But if you don't know what it means or how to apply it, it won't do you any good. Open book, open notes tests do a much better job of testing learning, instead of just testing memorization.
Parent, link is just some un-useful text, then this link:
Just follow this link instead.
Also, hearing the opposition's arguments, which point out the some of the absurdities of the RIAA's case, doesn't help their "re-education" campaign at all. They'd much rather the public only hear's their side of things.
To send them feedback, I followed the "contact us" link at the bottom of their homepage, went to "suggestions", and wrote them a quick, but polite, note about how I will miss this feature.