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It was a suggestion at using a cable that does the conversion for you rather than an adapter which would lead to two possible points of failure. I wasn't saying you HAVE to buy this cable. It was only an example, if the "maybe something like" part didn't go through.
Instead of an adapter, why not try a straight up cable? Maybe something like this http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-Displayport-Thunderbolt-HDMI-Enabled-Compatible/dp/B00E964YGC/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1422531500&sr=1-5&keywords=mini+displayport+to+hdmi+2.0
Had a glitch. I closed the browser while having the options window open. I then closed the options window after. After that, opening up the browser would only bring up the options window but no browser. The only thing I could figure out was to reinstall. Tested it twice, it seems to be like that every time.
All replies have been repped, thanks a lot everyone. Now to find a way to afford 6tb reds
Yeah, these drives are for storage only and the most active the drives ever are, are when I transfer files back and forth. Second hardest thing they do is play 1080p movies/shows so it's not going to be of high actual use. They will be on for many hours a week though since I rarely turn my computer off. As you mentioned blacks having a longer warranty, I am aware but cannot afford to replace so many simple storage drives with blacks which is why I'm contemplating reds....
I am fully utilizing all of my sata ports including an 8 bay enclosure right now with 2tb WD green drives right now, aside from my SSD C: drive. Aside from needing to upgrade some of these drives to larger capacities, some of the drives are old, out of warranty, and some are showing 'caution' under crystaldiskinfo so some time in the near future I would like to start to slowly replace them. I do back everything up so every two drives has the exact same data on them. I do...
Well I run a 3930k so I'd need a discrete card. I was just mainly worried because the specs for my current secondary 450 says that the maximum resolution is 2560x1600. Without playing games, I know the 450 has enough grunt to push the resolution but didn't know if it has any software limitation that wouldn't allow it to recognize 3440x1440 which is why I was even thinking about the 750ti in the first place since the 700 series actually lists 4k as the maximum supported...
I want to get the LG 34UM95 as a secondary multitasking monitor around the end of the year. What Nvidia card would be recommended that could drive the monitor at 60hz? I will only be using it for non graphical work and will continue to game on my main 1080p TV for now until I upgrade it to a 4k monitor so raw horsepower is not an issue. It will mainly be used for multitasking internet tabs, paperwork and movies etc. so nothing demanding. I was thinking of getting the 750ti...
Those ratios won't exist unless they start squeezing the pixels into very tall rectangles rather than squares. The ratio exists based on the number of pixels in the X and Y direction. If you want a 4k monitor at that ratio, well, it won't be standard 4k at all. Either way, you wouldn't want your text or any image to be visualized by tall rectangles.
Google does not supply residents with 10gb/s. They MIGHT and even if they do in the future, currently, they do not. This is comparing to Google's current Gb/s service. Also, terrible statistics to round up at that margin of error. 91x more? Well, that's close enough to 100, right?....right????
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