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Different Types of Ethernet Cables As Fast As Possible (or a specific type like Cat 7)


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28 minutes ago, TheFieryHaze said:

Different Types of Ethernet Cables As Fast As Possible (or a specific type like Cat 7)

you can find this out easily in less than a minute with a quick google search

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10 minutes ago, Lord_Doge said:

you can find this out easily in less than a minute with a quick google search

I know, but it's nice to see Techquickie talk about it so people don't buy the wrong cable/get confused over which cable to buy.


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 we see a lot of requests by people who still run Q6600's and similar era cpu's asking "what gpu to buy". How's about lowering your standards a little and bench a dozen or so low/mid range cards and see where the law of diminishing returns kicks in with several core processors. ( quads ) 1080p would be the proper res )

 

would be good to see DX9/10/11 included and also see Vista/W7...... and not the newest games entirely either.

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On 7/5/2016 at 10:01 PM, bf314159 said:

Linus/Luke I think you guys should do a Fast As Possible on all the music streaming services like google play music, spotify, apple music, etc. and which one offers the best sound quality.  Not it makes a lot more sense to subscribe to a service like these than buying your music.

 

Thanks, Ben Familetto

 

If this hasn't already been done, it would make for a great TechQuickie episode, especially now that Apple Music has been fully available in Canada for a few months. I'd love to hear about the comparison of each streaming sites' social features, offline caching, and cost effectiveness.


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Have ya'll done a video to explain the effects/differences in the different kinds of fluids that can be use for liquid cooling? It was a curious thought of mine if this varible even matter.

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A video explaining how ac chargers work with voltages between 100 and 240v would be cool. I get that they work - but what is the voodoo magic that makes a simple usb charger always output 5v?

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Please do a video on housekeeping that can and can't be done after I clone Windows 10 from my HDD to my SSD.

My SSD is only 256 MB and after deleting a bunch of apps (pre clone) I am only down to 100 GB (yikes)

 

- Win10 restore points (was set after the clone to use 100% of my SSD (Yikes) I deleted a bunch of restore points ad set the maximum to 10% of 256GB, but can I MOVE the restore points off the SSD to one of the HDD? Google says I can't and I am stuck to either not having any restore points, or having them stored on the SSD (poop)

 

- My Documents, My Music, My photos - SSD pre clone I moved all the contents to a USB drive for safe keeping and to reduce the size of windows. Now that SSD is installed I do not want these folders back on my SSD. Is it easy to move them and if so HOW?

 

- Pre SSD clone I uninstalled all my games, and every app that I did not use everyday (Firefox, Video rippers, torrenting) After SSD I plan to reinstall these but not on SSD but rather on to one of the HHD. Is this possible? It used to be possible everytime aoftware was installed to specify where it was installed. Still the case in Windows10?)

 

- Pre SSD clone I did NOT delete Steam but I did delete a lot of my games that took up about 5GB each. If I leave Steam on the SSD and reinstall all the games my SSD is going to be almost full. I though I would be able to have the games I use a lot on the SSD and those I play less frequently on the HHD. But I guess this is NOT possible????

 

What other things have I not stumbled on yet that will fill up my SSD (I did find how to move the default DOWNLOAD folder for photos, documents, videos, etc off of the SSD onto a HDD


The steps in preparing for the SSD clone, the actual cloning is only part of the procedure. The housekeeping AFTER the clone is a huge issue and no Youtube videos I could find to help me.


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Why is the thread for AFAP suggestions in Linus Official, when it's been established by NickMLG that AFAP does not belong in Linus Official or does not get official topics in Linus Official?

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