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Everything posted by snkmoorthy

  1. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0196J3UZ2/ref=abs_brd_tag_dp?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER I have this, has normal SATA connector with removable bridge. The part number is the same. Don't know if Seagate has changed it though.
  2. I hope you were just jesting, the ramdisk use case has a very small base. I'm just recovering from fever, so I may have missed some subtle information you were trying to convey.
  3. I bought three of these 6 months ago for the same price, biggest disappointment for me is the 13 MBps USB 3.0 write speed. (Single large file copy).I was hoping to get 40/50 MBps from a USB 3 device.
  4. Link Gigabyte 980 - 469 USD 980 Kingpin - 499 USD Sandisk Ultra II 1 TB SDD - 219 USD Transcend 512GB SSD - 136 USD
  5. Don't know I don't get any money if you buy, please use Linustech code, it is his site after all.
  6. Amazon link Apparently, this model has many issues other than the fact that this is a mediocre gaming headset, poor construction, power cut out issues et.al
  7. I have always gotten the Hitachi 7200 RPM 2.5" 1TB drives
  8. Fair enough . This model came with an expansion board to add 4 more CPUs for a octa CPU solution.
  9. CPU miner. Video rendering. Folding. Most new desktops have more power now than this. 4 x 8389s @ 2.9Ghz each.
  10. Amazon link Can be disassembled and used as SATA storage.
  11. Linus, was advertising for a invoicing company in some videos that were made couple of months ago. Anybody remember the company name? Thanks in advance.
  12. Amazon PNY sale Overall not a great deal, but look at the difference in price between 64GB and 128GB, only 10 cents, seemingly, actual price for 64GB is 19.99
  13. I can see your point, but what appeals to me is the 10-year warranty and little bias towards MLC.
  14. Amazon link SanDisk Extreme PRO 480GB SATA 6.0Gb/s 2.5-Inch 7mm Height Solid State Drive (SSD) With 10-Year Warranty- SDSSDXPS-480G-G25 some other nice offers as well
  15. Good to know. Thanks. The community free version was made available less than a year ago. So the 20 year reference was an exaggeration. Has the licensing changed at all. Will I be getting cease-and-desist, copyright issues for certain things if I use free version of VS or use someone's code. Last update I have from MS was shared-source licensing, which is good only for a few.