I think it was a joke..
I think it was a joke..
DDT has an undeserved bad rap..
Certainly. I like my muscle cars British and on fire thanks. I feel strangely warmed....
Ah, the lessor known theology which believes that you are selected for eternal damnation or heaven depending on whether or not you own a specific make and model of Van. Nobody knows what make or model that is, so you must preach Van buying to all....
As opposed to the Carminians who believe that anyone who owns a car, regardless can choose whether or not to go to speed week.
They also killed SBS, with the last usable option being 2011. So, there we sit, on SBS 2011 until I can port the functionality over to a linux box.
E=hf and c=f(lambda) so, E=(hc/(lambda)). Thus wavelength is inversely proportional to energy. If energy is insanely small then wavelength will be high. What he is saying is that wavelength is 'quantumn' and can only take certain discreet values if it is very large.
Troll, I think. examine the username.
My brother moved to the states. I'm pretty sure that makes him an alien, even if he is legal. He is an englishman, but does not currently reside in new york.
I don't know about America, but over here I have seen the frequency vary from 49Hz to 52Hz as the grid gears up for the 6am winter load(everyone gets up and starts cooking/boiling a kettle etc). On average it is still probably accurate. I am fairly sure the US power companies do the same thing. It is difficult to control the frequency under varying load.
I don't know about i3s not lasting. Maybe not for the PC 'master race', but for the rest it might be fine. My last machine was fairly cheap (Phennom II X4, worse than an i3) and it still goes well. Still in use - my wife plays casual games on it just fine. Seems to perform OK for even modern titles (only thing I did was put a GTX750 in it, because the 460 died).
It may be ill advised, but they really seem to be pushing into the console market. Apart from Source 2, DOTA 2 and VR, which can fit that strategy. I don't see a valve game in the near future. Call me a pessimist, but I don't think they have been a proper games company in a while....
No shit sherlock.
That's the point. What they are targeting like I said is breaking into the console market. That is they want to become a console platform (as well as a PC platform).
I am not sure where you get that idea from? Reading comprehension fail perhaps?
Valve's long term goal right now is clearly to compete in the console market. That is their target. It does not mean that they will ignore PC (as some suggest), but simply that their focus is on the console.
Since when did "Steam" = "PC" anyway? No, it is you sir who has access to the really good stuff, and you are clearly smoking it.
I will switch for HL3. I would install windows 10 to play it.
But I am one data point. What you're missing is that Valve is not targeting PC gamers right now. They're trying to break into the console market, where nobody cares what the OS is, as long as it works. Linux gaming is a fringe benefit. So you're both right and wrong. People won't change their OS, but they might buy steam machines...
In the short term. Maybe not so much in the long term. These things are not so simple.
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