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I recon you could give it a good go using all that RAM up just by hosting minecraft servers
Your biggest investment decision will be the storage you choose, especially for media files that are constantly accessed. Equally as important, but arguably not as expensive a choice, will whether you want any form of redundancy or not. If you want some form of redundancy or data integrity, then some of the options available include: RAID (both hardware and software available for majority of operating systems) ZFS (*BSD and Linux via 3rd party kernal module) BTRFS...
So the cooling solution with the largest fans and radiator kept the CPU cooler under load... What I also find interesting are the load results for the Cooler Master Nepton 240M. TweakTown has this line ball with the DH15, but this test review has it 5C higher...
Two cores per module: Four modules per processor: Regardless of how you look at it, that is an 8 core processor. Edit:
The MW game engine has been broken since Treyarch got their hands on it and the original IW devs were moved along by Activision. Saying that, like all MW engine games, some major tweaking of the config is usually all that is needed to make the game run smooth at decent FPS.
Do you have curtains on your windows at home? What nefarious activities are you up too at home...
I've run either xfire or SLi since it was introduced - so my household carbon footprint has always been poor - but I own an all electric Nissan Leaf, so I balance things out over all
At the end of the day, regardless of whether you lean to the green or the red, if you are buying a pair of AMD Fury X or Nvidia GTX980 Ti cards, you are going to consume a lot of power. And if you can afford to run two of either card, in a system that can take advantage of them, you really are not going to worry about which combination is going to save you 25w or put out less heat When your whole system is pushing 700w under full load, the last thought in your mind is...
I'm in no way a patent lawyer (or have any legal background), but their are patents that were filed earlier that relate to the serial interfacing as well.A couple I have found:
Typical Apple tbh. A 2.5mm jack standard is already available and more than adequate for Apple's thinnest devices. To shave 1.5mm off the side of a 3.5mm jack and call it there own is just stupid and screams patent money maker.
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