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    I'm not sure it would be possible. Antminers...

    I'm not sure it would be possible.

    Antminers and similar hardware is built on specialty ASICs that are designed to do nothing but the same (relatively few) calculation steps over and over. In...
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    What were you testing to/from for this, and for...

    What were you testing to/from for this, and for what purpose? Work, or something for home...?

    Either way, hot speed :up:
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    Happy Boxing Day!

    Just bringing a bit of cultural diversity here. Ever since I've moved to America, I've discovered that no-one down here knows about this Canadian calendar staple - so I thought I'd try to broaden a...
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    I'll echo sentiments above... overclocking just...

    I'll echo sentiments above... overclocking just ain't what it used to be. Now it's a consumerized product, and you need to pay extra to be able to do it well.

    Not to get all "back in my day", but...
  5. Thread: Load Balance ?

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    I think one of these days I'm going to get around...

    I think one of these days I'm going to get around to making a sticky about load balancing, it seems to come up pretty regularly and we never end up saying anything new...

    "Load Balancing" can mean...
  6. There is not the slightest chance I would ever...

    There is not the slightest chance I would ever buy this product - that price is completely unreasonable. For the cost difference vs. ECC memory alone you could actually probably just move to a...
  7. I don't understand what you're saying here. In...

    I don't understand what you're saying here. In the US and abroad product manufacturing was farmed out to countries with cheaper labor because it was not cost-effective to produce items in-country;...
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    When they called my mom they claimed to be from...

    When they called my mom they claimed to be from Microsoft and had her open up Event Viewer, then claimed that all the errors were signs of viruses. Really a pretty great scam, as far as they go.
  9. Thread: Bridge networks

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    <note: I'll claim to be a near authority on wired networking and networking mechanics, but wireless is something I am not nearly as deep on>

    Just to be clear on this - are you saying that the...
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    I'm not sure about the router, I've never heard...

    I'm not sure about the router, I've never heard of port-based QoS (packets can be marked with QoS; thus QoS should be based on the packets, not the input interface), but provided it works why not. ...
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    Bitcoins are an electronic currency. Currently...

    Bitcoins are an electronic currency. Currently the vast majority of hard currency pumped through the system is actually illegal funds, as criminals (scammers, phishers, etc) can wash real money into...
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    Definitely under-reported news, really quite sad....

    Definitely under-reported news, really quite sad. You can't do much about crazy people sometimes, but it's incredibly unfortunate that he was just sane enough to find a place full of kids with no...
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    How many phone lines do you have that you want to...

    How many phone lines do you have that you want to save money on? What are you looking at for VoIP?

    I know of a few hosted VoIP solutions that send out phones/switches for a good monthly rate,...
  14. I wonder how much they plan to simulate and what...

    I wonder how much they plan to simulate and what they plan on learning, exactly.

    It was just 2 years ago that scientists using BlueGene-L were only able to simulate a few particular functions of...
  15. I'll wait for word on pricing to commit to saying...

    I'll wait for word on pricing to commit to saying anything, but at this point it looks like a decent case. That fan snap over the second hard drive area will surely get them some business among...
  16. ^ lol. Awesomesauce. It is a nice concept...

    ^ lol. Awesomesauce.


    It is a nice concept though and it will be nice to see them on shelves... when they get them working properly. And a decent review too, actually. The author had a few...
  17. I was blown away by the title, but the reality of...

    I was blown away by the title, but the reality of the situation is far from fact. It may end up being true, but for now there is absolutely no reason to believe it as it is a conclusion being pulled...
  18. One last try and I'll stay out of the thread from...

    One last try and I'll stay out of the thread from here on, I promise.



    Perhaps I did not word "A" specifically enough for you; allow me to detail the reasoning behind it.

    0. Let's assume...
  19. At the end of the day Solus, here is what it's...

    At the end of the day Solus, here is what it's about:



    The claim is that:
    A. Thermal conductivity in this heatsink is orders of magnitude worse due to the air gap versus solid copper (and...
  20. Your probably didn't notice - I edited my post to...

    Your probably didn't notice - I edited my post to respond to your claims directly after posting. I didn't see your post on the 2nd page until after I hit reply. I believe I outlined my position on...
  21. Even in imperfect situations he is wrong. Using...

    Even in imperfect situations he is wrong. Using more power initially - even if the steady-state power draw is the same - is the very definition of not using the same amount of power. I did specify...
  22. No, that's a logical fallacy. "It will only...

    No, that's a logical fallacy. "It will only consume extra power" does not go hand-in-hand with "consume less power". At best you are going for a long-term near-equality. Also, as pointed out...
  23. Hmmm, I guess as long as they continue to use new...

    Hmmm, I guess as long as they continue to use new compilers and optimizations for new chips and older compilers without optimizations on their old chips they're pretty much guaranteed to hit a 100x...
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    The word "hacking" was overused in this story,...

    The word "hacking" was overused in this story, all they used was basic social engineering. A lot of what I suspect they did wasn't even illegal in the states until a few years ago, and honestly I'm...
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    This actually makes sense for a few reasons.

    I do fully support the idea that all cables should go through rigorous testing. One practical issue that probably exists is that I doubt there are...
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