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  2. What is "unvertraut" in English?

  3. that bad, huh. source: https://ifixit.org/blog/16189/about-our-galaxy-fold-teardown/ via: https://www.macrumors.com/2019/04/26/ifixit-pulls-galaxy-fold-teardown-samsungs-request/ kinda called it on iFixit sourcing the Galaxy Fold from an unspecified reviewer (I mean who else has gotten one in that time frame?) (also why is calling it "the Fold" sound so weird? as in calling it the Galaxy Fold instead of the Fold sounds better) Not much opposition from iFixit themselves, so I doubt it's anything less than amicable for all three parties. (considering their capacity of passion (for the lack of a better descriptor) shown in their push for right-to-repair laws) sure, both sides. No one has sued anyone yet (regardless of its validity), so it's safe to assume the former would be the better representation of the situation. Although cancelling the party because of host failure does sound pretty bad for everyone involved ._. ... I have not much to say about the situation. so...................!
  4. CPU block cleaning, toothbrush + toothpaste. just go at it. it will eventually come out. As for the rads, boiled water (be careful, hot obviously) and vigorously shake it,just keep going until its clean. if the rads just wont clean, then i'd suggests contacting the manufacturer or retailer. Pics would also be helpful to get an idea of what ur dealing with.
  5. Sychic

    Best RTX 2080

    Just choose whatever you want then! I was just suggesting ROG since It's pretty nice too
  6. Jedibrysen

    Graphics Card (Cooling) Tier List

    Asus ROG RTX 2080 OC Gaming vs Evga RTX 2080 XC Ultra Gaming which is better?
  7. GoldenLag

    Should I wait?

    Current timeline is end of May/start of June at Computex. Chipset for Ryzen 3000 is being launched then. So yes it would be clever to wait
  8. I am not sure about the scale tbh, but i found this. This is from an ASUS forum, looks to be written by a ASUS employee. "On the ASUS boards, lower LLC values result in 'more droop', while higher values result in less (well, there's more to it than that, but this isn't the medium to discuss such things). It has been that way for as long as I can remember." So you want me to try lower my spikes or increase them? That will tell me where on the scale i wanna try.
  9. GPU Market mostly doesn't care about the quality of the Product, Brand Recognition is more important than how good a Product is. And if there is something that Intel does not lack it is brand recognition... So in GPU/Datacenter Market I see it bleak - for nVidia. Because AMD already has announced that VEGA20 has Infinity Fabric - and PCIe 4.0 implemented. nVidia doesn't have anything. Also its rumored that AMD Rome supports CCIX and/or GenZ, wich is important for Accelerator Cards. Intel has someething similar in development, wich I presume will also be implemented in their upcoming GPUs. That leaves nVidia between two companies that have the ability to bundle their GPUs with their CPUs. Isn't Xeon Phi already midly successful in this area?? So that means that the only reason that people won't immediately switch is CUDA. But if AMD and Intel GPU support the same Programming model and can offer other advantages at well, that will not last too long... So yeah, Intel will lose a bit on the CPU side but not as much because most people don't care about Performance, they care about Label, they will even buy the shittier product for more money because of that... So it takes a couple of years until AMD can get a noticable Marketshare!! The DIY Market is already in their hands. The High Performance/Big Company Server Market like Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Facebook will be in their hands as well because ROME is far more power efficient. That is important in that market. Where they won't get a foot inside soon is the small business Servers. They don't care about Performance, power efficiency ant other shit... Basically the same situation we had with Athlon 64 - wich was far better than the Netburst shit but people still bought the high power consumption Netburst shit in droves...
  10. Drunk.EU

    Which keyboard to get?

    Yes, it has a lot of options actually. Super good! Software on the other hand is a bit weird. So i use the function key to set everything.
  11. CiBi

    Yeet [Completed]

    Nice curtains
  12. Jedibrysen

    Best RTX 2080

    My cooling is Tier A same as Asus ROG
  13. i really wish linus make a video about it parameters CPU:I7-7850H Graphics Card:GTX 1060 6g RAM:16g DDR4 2666MHz upgradeable 15.6" 16:9 1080p(144ppi) display 72% NTSC thin bezel 256g of ssd and 1t hhd (m.2 upgradeable) pre-install windows 10 home edition but still one language only CHINESE and office 16 home & student Hi-Res Audio it seems to have DOLBY Atmos or what i forgot, i've teared off the stickers rgb keyboard and 5 programable keys(the white lighted area) but you can change it in the pre-installed mi gaming box english not available 160MHz Intel 2x2 dual antenna wifi the cooling fans is loud weight:2.7KG battery: 55watt hour I/O left UHS-I 104MB/s card reader USB 3.0 right two USB 3.0 headphone and microphone jack back gigabit ethernet port usb 3,0 HDMI 2.0 1080p/4k 60Hz monitor USB-C data/video 1080p/4k 60Hz monitor power port it cost about 1200-ish usd i know this is old configuration but i think its high performance-price ratio i've been use it for 2-3 months daily gaming and video editing is enough i can't find the same version on gearbest but i do find the Intel i5-8300H GTX1050 Ti version https://www.gearbest.com/laptops/pp_009364864910.html?wid=1349303
  14. also why some people dont trust the crucial?i mean a lot of people trust samsung because they beleive that the ssds of samsung is more trusted vs crucialdo you agree or disagree?
  15. Akila_KuKu

    Which PSU is the most suitable for this Rig?

    Future proof heheehe. Not really because all PSU calculators recommend more than 650W. That's why I looked at those PSUs... Currently, my PSU is Oasis 600os dual v2.3 (600W) It doesn't enough, PC suddenly restart when Unigine GPU benchmark. So I doubt if 600W will be sufficient.
  16. Hiya!

    How to root my huawei g8?

    They are legit and it's best to ask in xda or gsmarena forum or other that fe dedicated to smartphone if you feeling unsure
  17. JayzSub

    Should I wait?

    I'm looking to do a mostly editing and light gaming 1080p rig, I finally got my chance in the school paper to be an editor. But someone on the forum had told me that the ryzen 3000 would be coming in a few months, I'm using a i5 4460 with a gtx 970 system at the moment should I get my new system built or should I wait? PC use : editing articles, editing photos, school news reel editing,light gaming Gaming : SOT, COD series, Forza series, dirt3,
  18. *Non Computer related update*


    CJPonyParts knows my weakness. Car parts and Dogs 😂😂




  19. What happens when you using Google Chrome while Project64 is game running, Is Safe to open Google Chrome while running Project64 Game. Will be BSOD?
  20. rice guru

    Audio-Technica ATH-M50X vs Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 ohms

    The 770's are no t flat by any means but they a re clean responsive and detailed. Especially in the highs and the subbass
  21. AmpedUpDad

    $500 pc build?

    With the limited info you gave, here's what I put together. I mean, it's budget, to be sure, but it's okay? PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor ($116.89 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: ASRock - AB350M Pro4 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard ($73.85 @ OutletPC) Memory: Kingston - HyperX Predator 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($68.99 @ Amazon) Storage: Kingston - A400 120 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($19.99 @ Amazon) Storage: Seagate - Constellation ES.3 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($39.98 @ Amazon) Video Card: Gigabyte - Radeon RX 570 4 GB Gaming 4G Video Card ($119.99 @ Newegg) Case: Cougar - MX330 ATX Mid Tower Case ($39.99 @ Amazon) Power Supply: Corsair - RMx (2018) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($73.98 @ Newegg) Total: $553.66 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-26 09:37 EDT-0400 Edit: This isn't including peripherals, OS, etc. That's on you.
  22. Doesn't exist. great gaming. Go TN great color accuracy Go IPS better dark performance, Go VA Problem is only TN has fast enough pixel response to keep up with high refresh rates for gaming. And only IPS has good enough color accuracy for professional work. VA has the best contrast and black levels, but isnt as accurate as IPS and still has slow Pixel response so is no good for high refresh gaming. There's a reason there is a small but dedicated group of enthusiast that still prefers CRT monitors. LCD cannot do everything right, it always sacrifices something for something else. OLED shows promise but is only available on Tv at 55" currently, and suffers from degradation resulting in the so called 'burn in', which technically isn't correct , its not the same as CRT and Plasma burn but none the less. And Micro LED,isnt available yet, and while it may eventual miniaturize enough to be used in monitors and should have good black performance, is still an LCD type and will inevitably have to deal with pixel response times. So it to may well end up being no good for gaming. The unfortunate and sad truth is, that in the race to develop a more energy efficient, stylish, and smaller form factor VDU, manufactures have sacrificed image quality. Which is ironic since the sole purpose of a VDU is to produce an image.
  23. TahoeDust

    Best place to buy GPU in the US

    Amazon and B&H are by far the easiest to deal with of you have issues.
  24. okk quick question: im looking at 2 used notebooks for running webcam footage through a face recognition pipeline.

    i3 3120m + HD7650m (ATI)  VS.  i3 4030U + HD 4400 (Intel)

    Any Thoughts?

  25. Sychic

    Best RTX 2080

    Just check out the GPU cooling tier list then. Also make sure you choose a card without a Non-A chip
  26. Herman Mcpootis

    $500 pc build?

    "want PC $550" isn't enough info. which country? what is he using it for? need os/monitor/peripherals?
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