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bdubbs

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    bdubbs got a reaction from DyachVt in AMD 32 bit?   
    Is virtualization enabled in the BIOS. By default its usually disabled. 
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    bdubbs got a reaction from getmyphoto in Bluetooth earbuds for working out - gift suggestions   
    I have the Jaybird X3s and like them. Battery life is very solid and they have like 10 configurations to try to keep in your ear while working out. 
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    bdubbs got a reaction from Santo22 in FX 9590 or Haswell Upgrade   
    As everyone is saying don't get it (9590). Really no point. 
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    bdubbs got a reaction from Electronics Wizardy in 1 CPU multiple student build - suggestions/help wanted   
    This is a fun solution but the cheaper solution will be multiple machines. You can lower management by creating windows images and re-imaging machines when students are done with them. Or use a solution to destroy the profile and any changes when a user logs out. Depending on your use case. 
     
    It just doesn't make sense with your use case. This would make more sense if the students had their own laptops or a way to connect to these VMs. 
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    bdubbs reacted to Electronics Wizardy in 1 CPU multiple student build - suggestions/help wanted   
    Then will, its about the same as the remote desktop connections so you can run programs like maya will full gpu power.
     
    I think you need to move to standard and buy cals.
     
    Are you on AD?
     
    This is on standard, i don't think its like this on essentials.
     
     
     
    Why not just get a lot of cheap pcs? Like these
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optiplex-3010-DT-i5-3-20GHz-4GB-RAM-500GB-HDD-Win-7-Pro-Great-Deal-/232301355927?hash=item36163d6397:g:eqwAAOSwvzRX0cqt
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