super baby producer... 12 in 12 !
Define "Actual content", for me, 4K is merely a matter of screen real estate, not playing.
Oh, and it *is* a matter of context... Sometimes, women are asking to be hit, and I can assure you they getting wet... dripping wet.
Women are pissing off men about equality. Equality means they can be hit upon hitting a man.
Child are not considered fully grown up and responsible people. Women are. Though, sometime, I wonder.
What's wrong with hitting a women who just hit you ? It's all a matter of context...
let me know about your hackintosh experiment, I'm interested.
The external PSU is actually good, because it is easy to replace if it dies, as it is generally the weak link in electronics. Just buy a new one with the same output and roughly the same power, and you can continue to enjoy your device.
Every single wifi chipset is running non-free software, though, most of the time you are hidden that fact. I guess ignorance is bliss...
I'd all likely slaps one of these on my NUC: http://www.akasa.com.tw/update... (and it's still be cheaper and smaller than a mac mini)
btw, did the 2 years-old mobile i7 handle 4k@60Hz, USB3.0, M.2 SSD in a 30W footprint ?
I do. I don't care about graphic performance, but I do care about screen real-estate, so 4k on such a small form-factor is awesome.
Which 2-years old mobile i7 are you talking about ?
I wouldn't use this NUC for gaming. I'd use it to drive my main working environment, that is a main 28" 4k display (running at 60Hz) and a side 23" 1080p display. The only app running on this machine would be Chrome, and terminals connecting to my current machines, where the bulk of my actual work would happen. Then I could move the full-ATX tower away from me.
Hackintosh are notoriously hard to install Intel HD graphics, and Yosemite killed support for third-party SSD (at least, the usage of TRIM), but with enough patience, that should be workable. Honestly, that's something I'd try should I get one of these NUC.