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  1. looks to me like it's memory related, so I'd...

    looks to me like it's memory related, so I'd hazard unless you're running alot of memory intensive shit that you won't trigger the bug...

    I wonder if many linux servers are experiencing this...
  2. Meh. Not a zealot. Would rather pay MUCH less...

    Meh. Not a zealot. Would rather pay MUCH less for a better(and almost completely customizable) Sager NP7338, which is the successor to my NP7330 which is quite nice(4800MQ) esp. considering the...
  3. specs are too weak. I'd go for preferably...

    specs are too weak.

    I'd go for preferably 11"(or 13.3" if REALLY FORCED) i5/i7(and if it were 13" it'd better be MQ or HQ quad cores).

    4GB is way too low, esp if he's talking soldered and not...
  4. They don't really. ARM just gives you a major...

    They don't really. ARM just gives you a major PITA when you want to do other things like run linux, and even they ARMs are more like road pizza v. any core x86, probably even kaveri.

    Just picked...
  5. IIRC(too lazy for a quickl google) Net/Open*SD...

    IIRC(too lazy for a quickl google) Net/Open*SD were forks of FreeBSD. One targetted at supporting more archs and the other "better" security.

    That said, personally I generally use *BSD for...
  6. MOST "BIOS"es have had this capability for quite...

    MOST "BIOS"es have had this capability for quite some time now, but even MSI apparently until recently, strongly recommended creating a DOS flash bootable device(or *gasp* a floppy) and updating BIOS...
  7. Heh! I was just going to query about any SSD...

    Heh! I was just going to query about any SSD peculiarities!

    Maybe I'll try this on my next install... still trying to pick a distro though pretty much either Fedora or Arch(I think...).
  8. Well this was supposed to be edit2 but the 5m...

    Well this was supposed to be edit2 but the 5m rule bit me on my posterior:

    As to opencl versions, I'd be pretty well satisfied that, that is likely driven by what their professional grade(gpgpu...
  9. ...but nvidia used to almost completely gimp...

    ...but nvidia used to almost completely gimp double precision on consumer cards, which they are apparenty no longer doing...

    I could never figure that out as, who would do serious work w/o ECC...
  10. There was also at one point in time, an OSS(IIRC)...

    There was also at one point in time, an OSS(IIRC) ARM->MIPS lib as well, when quite a few Chinese companies were using MIPS based SoCs.

    It's really just to try to get around the native code...
  11. surprisingly, looks like it to me. So I guess...

    surprisingly, looks like it to me. So I guess ATI is only if you need a spare space heater nowadays...
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    I've used the Hyper Evo V(IIRC) with my 3930k and...

    I've used the Hyper Evo V(IIRC) with my 3930k and 4770 builds. Keeps the 3930k at 40C OCed mildly to c. 4.2GHz.

    Tried out a CLC (forget which ATM have to check later) on the fx-9590 build and...
  13. Hmmm... have to try that sometime, but personally...

    Hmmm... have to try that sometime, but personally I think that icewater baths still win out... should be generally better heat transfer between icewater & BEER!
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    They're c. $800 if you're lucky enough to have a...

    They're c. $800 if you're lucky enough to have a local ucenter...

    Considering that I paid c. $500 for a 3930k a few years, it's tempting for the 5960 barring the self destructing mobos...
  15. ...and I was thinking of a new build since...

    ...and I was thinking of a new build since ucenter has good store prices on these haswell-e. I guess that I'll wait year now like I did with LGA2011...
  16. didn't read the rest of the comments so far but...

    didn't read the rest of the comments so far but there's an article up on /. now about x99 boards flaming out...
  17. Wow! You let the magic smoke out! Anyways,...

    Wow! You let the magic smoke out!

    Anyways, I've never had a spectacular failure like that. My stuff usually just quietly expires. More to the point though, I've never got a defective...
  18. The problem with ATI(AMD) is that for every bug...

    The problem with ATI(AMD) is that for every bug that they(if they manage to truly fix it) is that they break 5 or 6 other things in the process...
  19. I for one would be happy(ecstatic?) to see them...

    I for one would be happy(ecstatic?) to see them actually competing(or even coming a helluvalot closer in IPC) with Intel again.

    I just built an fx-9590(thanks to ucenter same price as 8350 which...
  20. Hell they USED to go so far back as the...

    Hell they USED to go so far back as the GF/GF2/etc. but recently it's looking like they're pulling back on that. Understandable in that case given the age of the cards and their capabilities. OTOH...
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