Awesome, Charles did great!
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Awesome, Charles did great!
I have been very impressed with my Xonar Essence STX. Asus will have to work really hard to convince me to upgrade from it.
As a side note, early adopters are like guinea pigs. They must exist for...
HFCC recently came back and I'm happy as I was awaiting hoping will be enough work units to get the green badge, so close to it.
I have seen many posts complaining about every new Intel architecture generation since Conroe, but what boils down to Intel is the competition in which has not caught up yet despite rituals and...
Anything - Culture Beat :banana3:
You could do all the above or just let it go the way it is, if your pump fails and the temperature is > than what it was set as a fail safe then you system will just shutdown automatically.
Very much of what I think too.
OLED with the same specifications would be a winner. I can't see myself buying another LCD monitor.
I'm waiting for that theme too.
I would understand if he had sold his kidney to cure something else with the money. I'm very certain that this is not uncommon in China, probably one of his friends did the same thing and yes this is...
Apple? Organ surgeneration :lol::ROTF:
Possible next Apple's advert, 'Don't miss this great opportunity, trade your kidney for an Ipad 2, hurry up, stocks are limited '. :lol::rofl:
More at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13639934
Unfortunately it is looking that way.
I want to be wrong on this too but likely the deviation will not be too far out.
The constraint is quite understandable if it's compressed...
My drive matched Anvil's drive wear out level, One Herts's drive has written 5TB more at no wear out cost as it stands, Ao1's drive has surprised me by wearing out rapidly after a point. Th Sandforce...
I'm using the nickel version which came with nothing like you described and so far no problems with it.
Thanks so much for the review. I was waiting the 2011 shoot-out :)
Indigo extreme + EK Supreme HF = :eek:
"DuraWrite, which optimizes the number of program cycles to the flash effectively extending flash rated endurance by 20x or more when compared to standard controllers."
I always wanted to know how...
Amazing to see that we are still ancient in this area, imagine if bikes were still being used. :rofl:
Interesting, some hours of considerations made you to change your mind to no way to maybe. The way things are going even 150TB is believable.
Mine got 1.65TB per wear, 16GB free space.
I thought would be better than that but still good. I will do some tests in the coming month. Thanks for the info :)
Regarding the X25-V, Intel says:
So 365 x 5 x 20 = 36.5TB
Most likely. One of my projects will be done in a month or so then I will switch to CEP2. I really want to see how much this SSD can withstand.
Die in the sense of not writing any more to the drive and only reading then yes.
I really want to find this out, 16GB is for the Windows 7 64 bits. So 21GB is the wear space. So 21 x 1000 =...
I was too lazy to update that. The Supercomputer week is over now. So I may find 5 minutes to do that. That may improve my host writes. :rolleyes:
Ops. It looks like my dedicated WCG drive is...