The 970 was released at $329, over $100 more than the 1060.
How do you figure that?
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 will be available starting July 19th from a wide variety of third-party partners including ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI and Zotac etc. with a starting price of $249. The NVIDIA-built GeForce GTX 1060 Founder Edition will be available for $299
$329 - $249 = $80
May have been an optional feature. I've got a 1998 pickup truck with a manual transmission that doesn't have cruise control.
And then there's Google deepdream
128MB? Wow, you could almost fit two whole albums on there!
Next: when do our phones come with Citizens Band or something like that?
because they're all based on Intel's previous gen chips (Haswell).
Haswell (4th gen) is actually 2 revs out of date, Broadwell is 5th gen and Skylake is 6th.
It seems the 13" rMBP has a Broadwell chip, but the top of the line 15" rMBP really isn't that much different, spec wise, than it was in late 2013.
Intel boards with LGA 2011-3 sockets have 40 PCIe lanes available coming off the CPU.
I think there's a different profile that supports 20V @ 3A (60W), probably a copy and paste issue.
Here's a press release straight from QC
Quick Charge 2.0 offers four charging voltages at 5V, 9V, 12V and 20V, Quick Charge 3.0 provides flexibility with 200mV increments from 3.6V to 20V
The USB charging port is only 5V
Quick Charge 2.0 chargers can support 5V, 9V or 12V (volts) and up to 3A (Ampere) and 60W.
roughly what a 2.5" magnetic drive with equivalent capacity cost me three or four years ago
How hard do you think it is to search for an IMEI and replace it?
That part's easy. Creating a valid signature for the modified binary? Harder. (and if you have the keys for that, you don't need Apple's help in the first place)
Don't forget the stealth link (which also goes to the same article) in the header bar!
Backed up the system lately?