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  1. By the time AMD has ray tracing on all of their cards from low end to high end, Nvidia will be so far ahead, there won't be any competition from AMD. AMD should probably give up on their GPUs and just focus on their CPUs, and let Intel compete with Nvidia. Can't wait to see what Intel has up it's sleeves, with their GPU project Arctic Sound.
  2. Either he's actually really rich, or must be the dumbest person on the planet, to actually agree to pay that much.
  3. NumLock21

    More storage = smoother performance?

    May want to restart your 16gb ipad.
  4. NumLock21

    Building pc next week

    The board does not have onboard wiif and the monitor is way too expensive.
  5. IMO, I don't see what's the big deal. Apple is just trying to protect its brand. It will be the same for you, if you own a business that sells products, and other companies might do the same too. Also consumers will be more likely to buy from a authorized seller and pay more, than getting it for less from a non-authorized one, even if both products are exactly the same.
  6. The beginning part, reminds me of this
  7. NumLock21

    Dug Up a Fossil

    Looks like socket 2011, and the case doesn't have hot swap HDDs.
  8. NumLock21

    ROG RYUJIN 360 VRMs effect?

    Arctic Cooling used to have a CPU cooler with a small fan at the based of the heatsink, where it cools the VRMS. Old Asus boards used to come with VRM blower fans, that you attach to the heatstinks. But they said to use it only when watercooling.
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    Browsing motherboards

    Don't have wifi, but it's white PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Motherboard: Asus - PRIME Z390-A ATX LGA1151 Motherboard ($172.99 @ Newegg) Total: $172.99 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-11-09 13:41 EST-0500
  10. So did the fix actually convert Home users back to their original Pro, or did it just activate and left it at Home Edition.
  11. So the OS is now "Home". I wonder if this method will be able to fix it, for those that don't want to wait for the fix from Microsoft. Because it's Home, then it means you can upgrade "fix" to Pro, by using the Windows anytime upgrade methods, where you enter your pro key and then it adds the features and changes to pro.
  12. Saw some of them even went as low as Home Single Language. Pro down to Home, okay, but to Home Single Lanuage?! This is like as if Microsoft barges into your room, takes your ultra high-end gaming computer, and instead of giving you a type writer, they give you a abacus instead.
  13. Since Vista, the only thing that upgrades Home to Pro, is just the added features found in Pro. If they remove those Pro features, and changes some of the registry, then it's back to Home.
  14. I wish this becomes a feature. You can upgrade from Home to Pro, but can't downgrade from Pro to Home. Those that want to go back to Home from Pro, is force to do a clean install. With this downgrade bug, users can finally go from Pro back to Home, without the need to reinstall, which saves lots of time. Also to be clear, this only affects Insiders who upgraded to the latest preview build 18277.
  15. From files going poof in build 1809, to zip files not working properly, and file association being broken, Windows adds another bug to its list. The latest bug, affected users, who are part of the Insider program, where after upgrading to the latest 18277 build, it downgrades their Windows 10 Pro to Windows 10 Home. Then it gives an error messaging saying their product key is invalid and wants them to buy a legit license. Microsoft has noticed the issue and is trying to fix it. While this is a major bug, IMO will be a nice feature to have in future builds. As of now, users can only upgrade from Home to Pro, but if they want to go back to Home, they will need to do a clean install. With this downgrade features, users can easily convert from Pro back to Home, without the need to reinstall their OS. https://wccftech.com/windows-10-bug-downgrading-pro-licenses-home/