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How about laser eye surgery, ie: PRK, LASIK, etc.?  Could be anything from a full-fledged video of a LTT fan getting their procedure done at one of the local outfits, to a techquickie segment describing the difference between PRK and LASIK (ie: surface ablation versus flap and corneal ablation!).

 

Especially with the VR goggles and Google Glass these days (which tend to be incompatible with glasses), there's bound to be at least some interest in vision treatments.

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do dragontrail as fast as possible. Is it just gorilla glass just reworded? Are companies like Alcatel just scumbags for using it? Or is there actual differences just nobody seems to know what the differences are making it impossible to find with a 6hour Google and Bing search?

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fast as possible frametiming, talking about how microstutters can happen despite having high frame rates and how framerate capping through solutions such as Rivatuner and your built in vsync options, and maybe a section on how sli affects frametimes. This Website briefly shows the frametime variation difference between SLI and CrossFire. Another thing to mention in the same realm is asynchronous timewarp.  http://wccftech.com/multi-gpu-nvidia-sli-amd-crossfire-performance-value-comparison/

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I work extensively with commercial grade Leica and Riegl LiDAR systems for work. A Tech Quickie on LiDAR would be interesting, as people ask me about them all the time and are quite curious about what they do and how they work.


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 Take a common 60FPS computer rig, then start to bottle neck a component individually until it hits a dramatic FPS loss or 30 FPS.

 

Eg: reduce clock speed until dramatic performance loss, return the system back to spec, then reduce ram speed or quantity until dramatic loss, then return to original spec, then video card swapped down until it drops to below 30FPS. Also a potentially common issue, 1 exhaust fan in a case without any other fan ventilation possibly causes thermal throttling. 

 

 Do every main component that can factor playability of games. Including hard drives with can cause objects to appear long after they should have due to loading objects slowly in larger world style games.

 

 The idea behind this is to determine minimum hardware for 60FPS and 30FPS, also when and where bottlenecks bring the rest of your system down.

 

 This is a everyday struggle for some. I found my AMD 1075T bottlenecks Farcry Primal from 60 to 26FPS in the benchmark. Changed up to a 6800K clocked at 4GHZ and it holds 60FPS the whole time. V-sync on, I only like tearing on jeans. Zotac GTX 980 on both systems.

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2 hours ago, System Error Message said:

Regarding the latest techquickie about google - 

 

it was posted on april fools.


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On 4/25/2013 at 0:36 PM, Ghost said:

- Overclocking GPUs

More specifically I'd like to see the common ones overclocked at small equivalent intervals and a plot showing the overclock versus performance boost. Id like to see if overclocking linearly increases the speed of GPUs or does it plateau at a certain point. 

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Why do people normally choose Windows over Mac?


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Level designing. What's important to do for designer so players can complete the game, why designer shouldn't do that to confuse players, etc, etc.

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On 12/16/2016 at 3:43 PM, Dawson Wehage said:

Why do people normally choose Windows over Mac?

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