It isn't about making it nice here. It's about putting all your eggs in one basket. One major natural accident or man made nuclear war or asteroid crashing into the earth can kill humanity. Time and time again if you look at the history of the earth there are terminal periods in which most of all the life vanished in a relatively short time and then after millions of years replaced with something else. We don't want to be that species which dies out. We need to expand to ensure the race's survival. This should be the biggest push for our own survival. Instead no one is considering the long term goals like this and just want to make it nicer for themselves when they're alive now. Short term thinking will lead to disaster.
We do have debtor's prisons.
Plants are alive too. Countless get murdered in (quite literally) hot steaming blood.
Show me the humans that can photosynthesize.
then the next big thing for European libraries is to allow vpning into the library network and remote viewing the kiosks through a webpage. Sounds fair to me.
So basically you want to replace your smartphone with a smartwatch that has all the things you'd come to expect on a phone.
So you just want a really small smartphone, right?
I think they still do sell older model iphones.
The app would have to send the alert back in time before the watch was even manufactured.
... why the fuck would you ever want to plug a device into your odb-II port that has wireless communications? That's likely to get you killed.
Yeah but these server chips aren't for gaming. Typically to put in that many cores and keep that amount of TDP, you're going to make sacrifices. Specifically in top speed. You may have 18 cores, but they're definitely not running at 4ghz like the i7-4790K. Try more like 2.7ghz. For gaming, single threaded performance is still king.
Also for gaming, it's fairly rare today to be cpu locked (cpu being the bottleneck) and instead being the graphics card, memory bus, etc.
These cpus are first and foremost used for virtualization/servers, then multi-core/threaded apps like 3d rendering, video editing, etc. The focus on server components is on stability, not tweaking performance.
i think you can get up to 8 cores in a standard desktop.
These are server cpus. You can put a server cpu in a desktop pc, but these xeon cpus can be found in single, dual or quad variants. The price for one of these 18 core cpus? I figure it should be around 2800$. The motherboards for these will be around 500$. It's not something you'll normally see on someone's desk.
These shiny new processor having working TSX instruction sets? The ones that are supposed to help with virtualization?
until next year. 14nm shrink should be a huge boost in both efficiency and performance.
The x99 is an "enthusiast" platform and has pricing along those lines.
DDR4 is also extremely new. Expect it to get faster/better timing specs as time progresses.
Only police unions and dirty cops.
what if i subscribe to netflix and download?
it should also be a jury of peers. Not a jury of idiots which is what you normally get.
Fairly sure you mean hydroelectric is a form of solar