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CPU release speed is high, actual CPU speed increases are small. :(
Hard to build up excitement about Broadwell if Skylake is coming just a few months after.
Would they, I wonder?
We have so many CPU manufacturers now. ARM, Qualcomm, IBM, Samsung and Nvidia... Some of them already advanced into servers.
Try a different USB port.
All the all-in-one units have a chance of being defective. But the chances are pretty low I'd say.
I've seen maybe 20 cases of leaks of Corsair AIOs reported on forums, and Corsair's probably sold...
Probably a cost-cutting measure as usually. :(
Just buy DP-certified cables. Crappy cables do not pass certification.
That's great news. Would be great if it cannibalized HDMI and Thunderbolt as well.
One cable to rule them all!
They don't even list the price. You can imagine how bad it must be. :p:
Besides, the frequency is way too low. Even fanless tablets run at 2.5Ghz nowadays...
Nice! Enjoy your setup! :)
Does it really? We'll see.
Agreed. It will be a very nice screen.
I want some higher-contrast screens, though. Give me 4K A-MVA!
This is pretty much it.
Depends on the model. Expensive ones are better...
I would look at other brands.
One of the downsides of a receiver (external DAC) is that none of them (in the sane price range) support headphone [surround] virtualization like CMSS-3D or THX TruStudio (which is nice for movies...
If you don't use headphones for games or movies, get a receiver.
And I hope Win9 looks much better than this.
Yeah, that sounds strange. Why would it look worse on PC?
Wow, stunning work!
The paper proves nothing... It's just what a single researcher thinks.
Wait for Maxwell. Kepler is pretty old by now.
4K is no easy task, and next-gen games (thanks to new consoles) are on the way.
Excellent post. I absolutely agree.
2 extra cores are definitely nice, but the chipset (which is refreshed a lot less often than on mainstream platforms) doesn't seem to be ahead of X79 at all.
No chance of that - release is less than a month away. Many CPUs have already been manufactured.
Intel has no ETA for the fix, either.
Remember SATA failure? While this feature isn't used by many software products, many more hardware units are affected: all Haswell, Haswell-E, and first revision of Broadwell...