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  1. News Article Quoted below which was cited in today's show contains misinformation about At&t FirstNet. Longtime viewer and work at at&t and I am close with the FirstNet program. Have also reached out to the writer to inform of the correction. What was said specifically is that at&t First responders will be throttled. It's in her article and possibly another site. If anyone who knows first responders listen up because it's a great offer in reality. 1. FirstNet, is for all first responders only, at&t won a governmental bid over Verizon for a 20 yr contract to build out a network band that only first responders are allowed to be on. This has government oversight, quality control, and zero throttling. Prices are also cheaper at $40 or $45 if hotspot is needed. 2. This is where the confusion has come. For the FAMILIES of first responders at&t has also come out with a first responders appreciation offer. This is a discount on normal accounts that is 25% off of the plan plus each line charge, very unusual vs normal work discounts. They also get $15 of TV and internet plans at the house. This is for families and does follow consumer standards of 22gb congrested area throttling. So how this works, family of 4, one person is a first responder. That person goes on a stand alone FirstNet account, no throttling, then other 3 members go on a normal account with our best discount ever. Question: why is the whole family not on FirstNet. Answer: The real way to make sure it will work is to not bog it down with all the additional family members, ensure those that need it in times of crisis get the best. https://www.theverge.com/2018/9/7/17831170/att-unlimited-plan-deal-first-responders-throttle Origional Article referenced in Luke's Wan show today.
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    Youtube/video Stutter

    Main Monitor Samsung 1440p 144 refresh curved, nice newer monitor. Secondary monitor is samsung 4k cheaper model, I have both connected to a powerful rig, 1080, current gen i5 z370 etc, ISSUE: I almost always am having stutter in audio on youtube and other streaming sites Specifically, on the 4k secondary monitor, if i move the window to my 1440 other monitor, nothing, they stream fine. What does this indicate? What sort of troubleshooting or ideas does anyone have, I typcially game on the newer nicer 1440p one and would like to have videos playing on the 4k if i can get them to not be stuttering. Any help appreciated thanks!!
  3. Mise we'll go through how I've trouble shooted thus far *Replugged case SW power and reset power motherboard plugs *Unscrewed power supply so the cords could be no squished *Unplugged replugged power cord made sure it was firm and in *Checked power switched have tried with it both ways *Tried different outlets *Replugged motherboard power plugs *Replugged power plugs into power supply
  4. I'm a float club member and caught the new case video,,,and then got the tristellar case. Check out the picture below of the power supply. I had it all on working for. Few hours, restarted it and it abruptly turned off and has yet to show sign of life. I've run through just about every trouble shoot I could think of. If the power supply is dead, do we think that the case caused it due to the low space for cords, maybe the bend? Deciding if I need to screw the case and return my new stuff. Power supply about 2 years old.
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    Are SSD's worth it?

    The question is are M.2 hard drives worth it haha... i bought the new samsung pro for performance hopes and no noticable difference but yes ..ssd is exstremly have 2 and a 1 terrobyte and the m.2
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