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TotallyNotGigabit

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About TotallyNotGigabit

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK
  • Interests
    Laptops, filming, photography, and producing music.
  • Biography
    I'm just someone unemployed with hobbies such as: toying with laptops, doing photography, video, producing music and collecting kids toy computers.
  • Occupation
    Unemployed

System

  • Display(s)
    iiyama XUB2395WSU-B1
  • Laptop
    HP ZBook 15 G2 - Core i7 4710MQ, NVidia Quadro K610m, 250GB SSD, 4G LTE, 32GB RAM, Windows 10 Professional 64bit, 15.6in IPS LCD 1920x1080
  • Phone
    Motorola Moto G6 Plus

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  1. Nice and all, but not exactly all platforms then if Steam isn't in the "all platforms", is it? Kind of leeching away Steam's game library. This sucks.
  2. So... I've been thinking, what's the oldest capable hardware capable of editing 4K video? Because so far I believe even a 4th gen i7 paired with a good GPU, can still handle it.

  3. I'm curious: Does LMG/LTT still use their Panasonic Lumix GH4? And have they ever tried a Panasonic GH5?

  4. So I still haven't figured out a way to improve CS5.5 performance on a sort of modern machine, because NVidia changed the way the encoder works thus breaking a lot of legacy products. Meaning that Vegas Pro 10's Sony AVC rendering and my Adobe CS5.5's Mercury Playback Engine GPU acceleration doesn't work anymore. I kinda wanna see if I can get it working on a Kepler.

  5. As far as I'm aware the graphics is soldered, and so is the CPU. It's not easy, or feasible. What you can do is just connect a mouse, keyboard and monitor to it and leave it on a stand. That's the most you can do. I'd have suggested a eGPU but it doesn't have Thunderbolt 3.
  6. Okay those seem reasonable... Have you disassembled the unit at any point?
  7. It looks like graphics artifacting from a failing chip, but you say: Could be something loose that needs reseating. What are your temperatures like with the Acer Aspire One?
  8. You'll probably bust it. Find out what screw type goes in there with a maintenance manual if it's possible. You could then use that info to find the right standoffs you'd need to mount the board safely.
  9. Sits with GH4-EBK with 29min59sec recording in 8-bit 4096x2160. I'd love to own an URSA and the BMPCC. I wonder when we'll start seeing videos about these cameras.
  10. I might need to get a NAS for the household eventually... And maybe I should've backed up most of the stuff from this hard drive earlier than before... It's chugging at 5MB/s over USB 3.0....

  11. Silly me I didn't see that, sorry! Alright so, you took the cover off, did you do anything else inside the unit? Left anything unplugged?
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