Originally Posted by CramComplex
I'd say it's common courtesy, common sense and civility NOT to record someone going about their daily lives without their expressed permission.
Tell that to the...
From looking at the design, it has a liquid filled heat pipe on the inside, which doesn't qualify as liquid cooling in my book, but it's still out of the norm for smartphones to have any sort of heatsink as far as I know.
Originally Posted by sticks435
Pretty sure Maxwell will have Unified Memory in 2014, so that advantage won't be around for long for PS4.
You're right sir. But that just means that the GPU will have access to...
Originally Posted by DuckieHo
Naw, CPU-GPU integration will happen.... Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA have realized this inevitability for years now.
I should have phrased that "PCs as we build them today...
I remember reading the highlights of the PS4 announcement and the fact that the CPU and GPU shared a pool of GDDR5 was the most exciting thing to me. It's a huge advantage that PCs may never actually see.
I have a Corsair Vengeance 2000 headset that I opened, but never used. I didn't even remove the protect plastic that's on the ear pieces and such. Pretty much brand new.
Goes for $129.99 new on Newegg. What do you think...
My sister-in-law would love this. She doesn't pay for cable and every time a car drives by (she lives on a very busy street) the signal freezes for a second. It's impossible to watch anything at her house.
I really like this policy, if more companies would do something like this, it would be for the benefit of us all. I can't remember how many times I've seen some awesome product or innovation that gets killed off by big companies suing...