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Ashley

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About Ashley

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    Junior Member

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    Gaming, computers, coding, ceramic art.

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  • CPU
    i7 5820k 4.5Ghz 1.285v
  • Motherboard
    Evga X99 Micro
  • GPU
    GTX 780
  • Display(s)
    Xstar 1440p 27'' monitor @96hz, Asus 23'' 1080p
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga 2013
  • Sound
    Fiio E10k

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  1. Aah no. I thought I had looked hard enough for people already posting about it. My mistake.
  2. Is Synapse even on their console? I thought that was their cloud sync thing.
  3. I work with a guy who goes by Ash. Will keep that in mind.
  4. She* And did. I knew that it would piss off the forum if I left it without edits for too long. So I acted swiftly.
  5. I wanted to write more than one line, but often people who do get beat to the news post by people who don't editorialize it. Didn't realize that was a rule. Sorry Mods.
  6. Today Razer has acquired not all but some of Ouya. Ouya, commonly known for its 2012 Kickstarter campaign for an Android-powered non-streaming gaming box was not as big of a success as people had hoped. Razer's CEO posted the following on Facebook announcing the purchase: Further Min-Liang Tan said "Ouya's work with game developers, both triple A and indies, went a long way in bringing Android games to the living room and Razer intends to further that work." As some may recall from the Ouya Kickstarter days. Many devs from Square Enix to Mojang promised to bring games to this new Android device. Whether or not the device itself was successful it was a definite step forward in the development of Android as a gaming platform. Sources https://www.facebook.com/minliangtan/photos/a.116842955040162.11402.113306788727112/916396088418174/?type=1&theater http://www.pcgamer.com/razer-confirms-ouya-acquisition/ http://www.polygon.com/features/2015/7/27/9046895/razer-hopes-ouya-acquistion-will-fuel-an-android-powered-revolution
  7. Depends. ZFS doesn't need any hardware RAID and you can do software RAID (but it is much slower).
  8. Denial of service is an attribute of security, but Apple is certainly doing a lot of good.
  9. That was my point is that you don't get double precision. And 12GB of VRAM basically is irrelevant at this point. I'm sure people can come up with edge cases but 99.99% of gamers don't need that. If you need a card for rendering then get a Tesla, and if you're budget oriented to the point you are forgoing Tesla drivers and double precision then might as well get a 980 ti. And the Titan X and 980 ti are basically identical in performance, I've even seen the 980 ti win over the Titan X in OC benchmarks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ap9U4SGJayk#t=0h17m14s
  10. Wow. Titan X buyers must be livid. They can't even justify it with "at least I have double precision".
  11. I recommend using a backup solution like BTSync for getting your pictures to your PC automatically.
  12. Ashley

    John Oliver interviews Edward Snowden

    I was thinking of posting this earlier before anyone had and wasn't sure if it qualified as tech news. Oh well, I'm glad someone did.
  13. If there is anything Americans are good at, it's doing something you told them not to do. Especially if it was the government saying not to do it.
  14. There's footage that isn't in the YouTube videos he probably wants to keep, YouTube accounts can be compromised, YouTube does compression which degrades the quality.
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