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NonaHexa

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    NonaHexa got a reaction from clickme.sh in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Technomancer__ in Should Linus grow a beard?   
    I gotta say. It fits.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Ryujin2003 in Vivendi Set To Sell All Shares In Ubisoft By March 2019   
    Source: Nintendo Life
     
    To me, this sounds like a very good thing, and might also be why Ubisoft has been on the uptick for the last little while. Many consumers (myself included) have slowly had our perception change, seeing Ubisoft go from a great company to something of an EA mirror, to now being more in line with its former glory. If this has anything to do with it, then I can't wait to see what the future holds.
     
    Thoughts?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Ryujin2003 in Hyperthreading under scrutiny with new TLBleed crypto key leak   
    Source: arsTECHNICA
     
    Honestly, how many more flaws/bugs are we going to find in modern CPUs? Between this, Spectre and Meltdown, I'm beginning to think it's only a matter of time before the entire modern CPU architecture as a whole is filled with holes from left to right. I know that's an exaggeration, but it seems this year has not been too kind to Intel or AMD, and Intel is just getting hit again.
     
    Thoughts?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Carclis in Hyperthreading under scrutiny with new TLBleed crypto key leak   
    Source: arsTECHNICA
     
    Honestly, how many more flaws/bugs are we going to find in modern CPUs? Between this, Spectre and Meltdown, I'm beginning to think it's only a matter of time before the entire modern CPU architecture as a whole is filled with holes from left to right. I know that's an exaggeration, but it seems this year has not been too kind to Intel or AMD, and Intel is just getting hit again.
     
    Thoughts?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Hiitchy in Should Linus grow a beard?   
    I gotta say. It fits.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from LunaP0n3 in Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned   
    I know AMD is notorious for their hot CPUs and GPUs, but this is just ridiculous.
     

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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Beskamir in Google Removes Ability To View Images, Now Requires You To Save Them To Your Account.   
    Edit 2: It looks like this has been confirmed, if PetaPixel is to be trusted. It appears to be in conjunction with a partnership between Google and Getty Images.
    Credits to @VegetableStu for the link.
     
    Original Post:
     
    I wanted to post this in Tech News, but as of now I cannot find any online source.
     
    As of today, you can no longer view image sources through Google Images. Before, when viewing an image, you could click "View Image" and be taken to the page where the image is, typically resulting in a URL ending in a .jpg or .png file extension. This is no longer possible, as the only options are now to visit the website hosting the image, or to save it directly to your Google Account, which has proven difficult for copyrighted material.
    Additionally, right-clicking and opening the image in a new tab will ONLY open the thumbnail; you can no longer open HD images through Google directly. You are required to go to the page host.
    All images also now have a "Image may contain copyright" tag underneath them, next to where image resolution is now displayed. This appears on all content.
     
    This appears to be true on multiple browsers, both with and without Google accounts logged in.
     
    Edit: Upon further investigation, this does not seem to affect everybody. I've been receiving conflicting reports, where some users are missing the option, and others have it just fine. This has held true across both Chrome and Firefox Quantum. It appears this has to do with Google's Save feature.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from RyanEsau in Google Removes Ability To View Images, Now Requires You To Save Them To Your Account.   
    Edit 2: It looks like this has been confirmed, if PetaPixel is to be trusted. It appears to be in conjunction with a partnership between Google and Getty Images.
    Credits to @VegetableStu for the link.
     
    Original Post:
     
    I wanted to post this in Tech News, but as of now I cannot find any online source.
     
    As of today, you can no longer view image sources through Google Images. Before, when viewing an image, you could click "View Image" and be taken to the page where the image is, typically resulting in a URL ending in a .jpg or .png file extension. This is no longer possible, as the only options are now to visit the website hosting the image, or to save it directly to your Google Account, which has proven difficult for copyrighted material.
    Additionally, right-clicking and opening the image in a new tab will ONLY open the thumbnail; you can no longer open HD images through Google directly. You are required to go to the page host.
    All images also now have a "Image may contain copyright" tag underneath them, next to where image resolution is now displayed. This appears on all content.
     
    This appears to be true on multiple browsers, both with and without Google accounts logged in.
     
    Edit: Upon further investigation, this does not seem to affect everybody. I've been receiving conflicting reports, where some users are missing the option, and others have it just fine. This has held true across both Chrome and Firefox Quantum. It appears this has to do with Google's Save feature.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from IAmAndre in Google Removes Ability To View Images, Now Requires You To Save Them To Your Account.   
    Edit 2: It looks like this has been confirmed, if PetaPixel is to be trusted. It appears to be in conjunction with a partnership between Google and Getty Images.
    Credits to @VegetableStu for the link.
     
    Original Post:
     
    I wanted to post this in Tech News, but as of now I cannot find any online source.
     
    As of today, you can no longer view image sources through Google Images. Before, when viewing an image, you could click "View Image" and be taken to the page where the image is, typically resulting in a URL ending in a .jpg or .png file extension. This is no longer possible, as the only options are now to visit the website hosting the image, or to save it directly to your Google Account, which has proven difficult for copyrighted material.
    Additionally, right-clicking and opening the image in a new tab will ONLY open the thumbnail; you can no longer open HD images through Google directly. You are required to go to the page host.
    All images also now have a "Image may contain copyright" tag underneath them, next to where image resolution is now displayed. This appears on all content.
     
    This appears to be true on multiple browsers, both with and without Google accounts logged in.
     
    Edit: Upon further investigation, this does not seem to affect everybody. I've been receiving conflicting reports, where some users are missing the option, and others have it just fine. This has held true across both Chrome and Firefox Quantum. It appears this has to do with Google's Save feature.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from NoRomanBatmansAllowed in Google Removes Ability To View Images, Now Requires You To Save Them To Your Account.   
    Edit 2: It looks like this has been confirmed, if PetaPixel is to be trusted. It appears to be in conjunction with a partnership between Google and Getty Images.
    Credits to @VegetableStu for the link.
     
    Original Post:
     
    I wanted to post this in Tech News, but as of now I cannot find any online source.
     
    As of today, you can no longer view image sources through Google Images. Before, when viewing an image, you could click "View Image" and be taken to the page where the image is, typically resulting in a URL ending in a .jpg or .png file extension. This is no longer possible, as the only options are now to visit the website hosting the image, or to save it directly to your Google Account, which has proven difficult for copyrighted material.
    Additionally, right-clicking and opening the image in a new tab will ONLY open the thumbnail; you can no longer open HD images through Google directly. You are required to go to the page host.
    All images also now have a "Image may contain copyright" tag underneath them, next to where image resolution is now displayed. This appears on all content.
     
    This appears to be true on multiple browsers, both with and without Google accounts logged in.
     
    Edit: Upon further investigation, this does not seem to affect everybody. I've been receiving conflicting reports, where some users are missing the option, and others have it just fine. This has held true across both Chrome and Firefox Quantum. It appears this has to do with Google's Save feature.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from 8uhbbhu8 in Google Removes Ability To View Images, Now Requires You To Save Them To Your Account.   
    Edit 2: It looks like this has been confirmed, if PetaPixel is to be trusted. It appears to be in conjunction with a partnership between Google and Getty Images.
    Credits to @VegetableStu for the link.
     
    Original Post:
     
    I wanted to post this in Tech News, but as of now I cannot find any online source.
     
    As of today, you can no longer view image sources through Google Images. Before, when viewing an image, you could click "View Image" and be taken to the page where the image is, typically resulting in a URL ending in a .jpg or .png file extension. This is no longer possible, as the only options are now to visit the website hosting the image, or to save it directly to your Google Account, which has proven difficult for copyrighted material.
    Additionally, right-clicking and opening the image in a new tab will ONLY open the thumbnail; you can no longer open HD images through Google directly. You are required to go to the page host.
    All images also now have a "Image may contain copyright" tag underneath them, next to where image resolution is now displayed. This appears on all content.
     
    This appears to be true on multiple browsers, both with and without Google accounts logged in.
     
    Edit: Upon further investigation, this does not seem to affect everybody. I've been receiving conflicting reports, where some users are missing the option, and others have it just fine. This has held true across both Chrome and Firefox Quantum. It appears this has to do with Google's Save feature.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Crunchy Dragon in HELP! Motherboard does not detecting GPU   
    Are you making sure you're plugging your video cables into the new GPU instead of the integrated graphics?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from RAM555789 in HELP! Motherboard does not detecting GPU   
    Are you making sure you're plugging your video cables into the new GPU instead of the integrated graphics?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from Chris_nz in GTX 970 not performing   
    I don't want to insult you or make you feel dumb, but have you tried re-seating the card or monitoring your temperatures?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from RAM555789 in GTX 970 not performing   
    I don't want to insult you or make you feel dumb, but have you tried re-seating the card or monitoring your temperatures?
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from jwworker201 in Premiere Pro plugin for .mkv files?   
    Some will recommend you install the K-Lite Codec Pack. DO NOT DO THIS. This has been known to cause issues with the Adobe Suite, such as crashes, slowdowns and other issues. The only solution is to reinstall Windows.
     
    Simply transcode them with Handrbake as you mentioned, and transcode them back as necessary.
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    NonaHexa got a reaction from WereCat in Premiere Pro plugin for .mkv files?   
    Some will recommend you install the K-Lite Codec Pack. DO NOT DO THIS. This has been known to cause issues with the Adobe Suite, such as crashes, slowdowns and other issues. The only solution is to reinstall Windows.
     
    Simply transcode them with Handrbake as you mentioned, and transcode them back as necessary.
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