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  1. I would say before the 4 they were limited but the 4 and 4a being released on pretty much all networks I am sure they have expanded and not so much limited anymore. With the 4a just being released and the Pixel 5 right around the corner this does not shock me at all, I still have the 2 xl hopefully the 5 xl will be my next upgrade.
  2. Depends on what you actually plan on doing, I put 2 samsung m.2 in mine just for a Plex server and after a month realizing they don't do much than I kind of regret buying them.
  3. But how many people who use Samsung phones just attach it to their Gmail account anyways and you still have to accept to Google's TOS when setting up a Samsung phone, so I really do not see it being Google isn't getting enough people's data from Samsung, I believe that Google just wants Samsung to stop using there so so software and just start using Google software like Android was made for, The last Samsung phone I bought was full of unnecessary crap pre installed and took me a few days to get it all setup properly, but it has also been about 6 years since I have owned a Samsung phone.
  4. It would not shock me if a lot of events will stay with streaming the events instead of actual events, It will save companies money in the long run and for CES a lot of those companies can send out products to reviews so they can show hands on and then have the reviewers send it back or send it select people for them to do a review to be shown at the event.
  5. Pretty soon we will get intel cpu and gpu packages, oems are going to love that.
  6. Summary It appears that Intel's technical challenges with its 7nm process will be complicated by legal challenges as well. The Hagens Berman law firm issued a press release on Friday calling for investors impacted by Intel's recent stock market losses to join a potential class-action lawsuit for investors fraud. The firm also "encourages persons who may be able to assist the Firm's investigation of possible securities fraud to contact the firm." Intel's announcement of a delay to its 7nm process sent shockwaves through the semiconductor industry last week as the company grapples with yet another delay to a process node, leading its stock price to plummet 16% over the weekend as it shed roughly $43 billion in market cap. Bernsteins noted that Intel's most recent earnings call was 'the worst we have seen in 42 years covering Intel" and that the stock is "basically un-ownable." Naturally, investors are unhappy, and the Hagens Berman law firm encourages impacted parties that held the stock before July 23, 2020, to submit their losses for possible inclusion in a class-action lawsuit. Quotes My thoughts It has not been a good few weeks for Intel, with there stock dropping, not keep promises, rearranging the upper staff once again, they need to stop looking at dollar signs and start looking to make good products again. Sources https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-7nm-delay-law-firm-securities-fraud-investigation-class-action#xenforo-comments-3631578
  7. hopefully that means Pixel 5 news is right around the corner
  8. Sorry for the bump, but this can actually be closed, the co worker ended up contacting amazon the same night I posted this and they tried to help him out but ended up overnighting him a new board, in which now everything works great seems like the board he got ended up having bad m.2 ports on it.
  9. Instead of buying stuff at Microcenter, had to spend money on a MRI for my big toe, sigh.
  10. So I am trying to help out a co worker and I am completely confused on what is going on, so he has Asus x570 wifi motherboard, we installed a Sabrent Rocket Q 1TB NVMe and it shows up in certain parts of the bios, It shows up on the main screen but as a bootable drive, but when I look in the sata config it shows nothing is installed in the m.2 drives and when I look at the nvme configuration it is blanked out so I can not even access that, but when I load windows and go to device manager I can see it there but not the hard drive initialization. Another issue we are having is he is on bios version 1407 and when we try to 2407 it errors out with UEFI errors. Has anyone else had these issues or am i overlooking something simple? Thank you
  11. Ugly phone, I do not know why Google is even coming out with a 4a with hopefully the Pixel 5 release is just around the corner, but thats if even Google is even going to release the 5 this year. I really need an upgrade over my Pixel 2 but guess I will be waiting.
  12. Summary Micron Technology, Inc., today announced a comprehensive enablement program which will provide early access to technical resources, products and ecosystem partners. The Technology Enablement Program will aid in the design, development and qualification of next-generation computing platforms that use DDR5, the most technologically advanced DRAM available. Today's news builds on Micron's January announcement of DDR5 RDIMM samples and brings the industry one step closer to unlocking the value in next-generation, data-centric applications. Companies joining Micron in the DDR5 Technology Enablement Program include Cadence, Montage, Rambus, Renesas and Synopsys. Quotes My thoughts Ram speeds are looking good,I am really interested in how long after release we would see a 6400 mt in the main stream or would it just be at first in servers before it would hit home grade products. I wonder how long we are going to have to wait for this to hit the mainstream and also hopefully ddr5 prices are not to insane at launch. Sources https://www.techpowerup.com/269623/micron-drives-ddr5-adoption-with-technology-enablement-program https://www.micron.com/products/dram/ddr5-sdram
  13. Still no news about Gods and Monsters or Beyond Good and Evil 2, I hate how companies announce games then just stop talking about them for years.
  14. Hello, I keep seeing this on twitter so I am not entirely sure if it is true or not, but according to some people in the latest update or the next update of windows 10 they are ending support for floppy drives. Does anyone know if this is true or not? I know people in the company I work for still use a USB floppy drive since they do not want to use flash drives. Thanks