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So when did "DX12 is going to be good for PC gaming" become "Microsoft is going to be good for PC gaming"?I mean really, who thought that last one up and where have they been for the last decade?Look at your avatar and tell me you don't know the answer again.
Or somebody will/does make a decent hotspot that takes SIM cards.I'll keep tinkering with it and if I find anything that works I'll make a post.
Already did. They described me as a power user (as if I could even attempt such a feat on a data cap) and said that it was not intended to handle that kind of workload, that it was intended for casual use.I.E. a couple phones and a tablet at most.I've had crappy routers that had this issue also, and I know it's pretty ubiquitous among the wide variety of crappy routers out there. I've never found a way to address it myself though and was hoping someone else had learned...
Wonder if they'll have a copy of Quantum Chess installed on it?....
I've got such a nerd-boner right now.
I'm just taking you at your word here bud. If you've studied quantum mechanics, then "three dimensions" should just be where you start the discussion. Where we'd be ending this discussion is so far down the rabbit hole you'd need an indiscriminate telelocutor to find your way out. If you really knew anything that disproves what I've said thus far, you would have at the very least made a few quick searches and dropped some links AFTER I gave you a handy source to a database...
Sounds like a bargain in the world of designer keychains.....http://www.farfetch.com/shopping/men/keyrings-2/items.aspxGod I feel like I lost a piece of my humanity after googling that....
Volume as a concept changes constantly, because we constantly change how we measure it and what we use to measure it with, thus the tools we use to define it as a concept are constantly evolving and adapting to our expanding knowledge.http://arxiv.org/multi?group=grp_physics&%2Ffind=SearchSearch String theory and Quantum mechanics. A few days of reading will put it into perspective.
My DSL provider recently backed out of providing service for the area and left me without an ISP, so I've had to resort to using mobile broadband as a permanent internet connection using this hotspot. http://www.t-mobile.com/internet-devices/zte-falcon-z-917-hotspot.html It works great, except that it's easily saturated with TCP connections and regularly drops connection for 30-60 seconds when I'm multi-tasking, which is getting really irritating. 50 connections seems to...
OC formula 3.1. Costs about $70 more but the 2.0 version has been a great board for me so far.
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