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Exact same board I was thinking of. It's in my HTPC now along with the pathetic 140W 9950 BE I got with it. I'm amazed that piece of tripe never died because I was running pretty extreme voltages to get anything out of that CPU before it became a HTPC. I also remember the memory thing, I bought the board based on a review stating that ASUS said that it'd be updated in a bios revision.
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Are those candles directly below the TV? Hope they haven't been burning them there or the dark areas could be from soot.
I read the title and immediately wondered how they fit all that stuff into a mouse and why you'd even want to carry a rodent around. Then I read it and was disappointed.
I'm not totally against the new look, but I agree about the search bar being rather fugly. I am a minimalist fan though, still rocking my Windows Classic UI. I don't want flashy tiles and windows. Fast easy to navigate bare bones menus are my favorite thing. Working on Windows 8 computers and having to deal with finding all the now buried management software is a burden.
I wouldn't mind seeing it on PC. Just because I hate the whole exclusives-for-no-real-reason that so many game developers like doing. It won't be worth MS's time though. I highly doubt it will attract a competitive following like on consoles, playing on a PC adds nothing to the game really. (Beyond slightly expanding the user base)
Could you play the second without the first? If you're playing for story you'd miss a good chunk of background but I think they briefly sum up the events of 2033 in the start of the game.I'd suggest the first one over the second. I found the first one to be more challenging (and thus more fun) since in the second they made sneaking and sneak kills too easy (I wasn't on normal difficulty, however I played the standard edition, not redux)Differences are here...
I'm not too big into data hoarding any more but I am glad to see these showing up. A single one of these would take care of my HTPC storage needs for years so maybe when i rebuild the HTPC I'll nab one. Not to fan the fires of seagate hate but their drive models tend to be hit or miss. I've had nothing but good times with their 1 TB and 3 TB m001 drives (4+ drives) for years but their 500 GB ENTERPRISE drives I ran in RAID5 died on me left and right. 4 drives, 3 deaths in...
Information you should provide, -Receiver model # -Monitor model # In the mean time, things to try. -ensure the receiver is set to HDMI pass through mode. A lot of modern receivers will automatically upscale to 1080p. -Nvidia CP will detect the receiver as the display device, make sure it's actually outputting 1440x900. -Try outputting at 720p just to see if it works. (You say it works at below native, the receiver may not support non-standard TV resolutions for output....
They all come pretty craptasticly set for color and over bright from the factory. Turn down your brightness and follow the setup in the FAQ and try some of the profiles. If you tune it in the "pls glow" is nothing compared to tn panels. These models are also known for back light bleed, generally on the bottom of the screen like you described, solutions are listed in the FAQ if you want to try them. Not really sure why you're knocking the size. it's a monitor not a TV,...
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