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Comment: Understandable (Score 4, Insightful) 138

by sTERNKERN (#49065337) Attached to: NVidia Puts the Kibosh On Overclocking of GTX 900M Series
Those notebooks were not meant to produce that performance, it may be capable, but: - NVidia does not want to deal with fried GPUs, to decide/prove if it was because of the overclocking or some manufacturing problems - Suffer the negative PR on the market if too many of their systems seem to die ahead of time or suffer from heat/related issues.. Apart from some rare exceptions notebooks were never meant to be in the same performance category as desktop configurations, this should be taken into consideration this when buying one.

Comment: Bought merely for single player... (Score 4, Insightful) 473

by sTERNKERN (#48409325) Attached to: Elite: Dangerous Dumps Offline Single-Player
I do not want to synchronize anything with any server which might or might not make it for some years until it is shut down. This is DRM nothing more. I bought this game to play on my own not bothered by any other player... Kickstarter should be able to penalize companies which are not willing to fulfill their promises.

Comment: Re:let me predict how this will go: (Score 1) 180

Homing missiles are fired by a person. We are talking about machines here which can have only a vague order like "protect this facility" or "advance to this point" and during the execution of these commands they can identify encountered people as hostile based on some criterias and can "decide" to eliminate them. That does not even come close to a homing missile.

Comment: Google plus (Score 5, Insightful) 244

by sTERNKERN (#45940141) Attached to: Bennett Haselton: Google+ To Gmail Controversy Missing the Point
Just make it stop. I go to G-Mail to send mails, I go to Youtube to watch videos. If I wanted to socialize, I would have gone to Twitter/SnapChat/Facebook/MySpace (is there still such a thing?)/SecondLife... Google was famous for it's tools being simple, powerful and not forcing anything on the user. Good old days, eh?

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