A modern console is an x86_64 PC anyway. Just running a very custom OS.
The standard NUCs use tiny low-diameter fans which aren't quiet unless they're barely moving any air.
Whether you'd hear the NUC when it's tucked...
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This any good? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Quick_Sync_Video#Hardware_decoding_and_encoding
HEVC is the same thing as X.265 afaik.
If VGA video output makes a comeback like vinyl records, they'll have an in!
I wouldn't mind using one for gaming, but it would have to be a quality one with flat glass:
Can't be doing with convex curved glass...
I had Netgear PL1200 units and they also pooped the bed and needed power cycled every so often.
Might just be the nature of the technology. I'd...
I have BT Infinity 2. Should I take BT's offer of a £75 gift card for signing a further 18 month contract, this time with it called Superfast...
What's the worst case scenario? That you end up having lower bang-per-buck ratio by a small fraction? Pretty meaningless in the scheme of things....
Was the HBCC on Vega a gimmick or will it actually have legs?
It's almost as if they were obligated to do it, for some reason. And dragged their heels as long as possible.
Long shot, but you could try replacing the thermal paste. Maybe it's become particularly degraded for some reason.
Individuals have very different standards for what constitutes annoying noise. It probably comes down to genetics if you follow it all the way.
Imagine ending up in a world where the recommended build is an AMD system with Intel GPU.
Preowned RX580 8GB for ~£130.
Buying new is not good bang-for-buck.
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IIRC both Intel and Nvidia now offer it, so the ball's in AMD's court.
Kudos for finally offering Integer Scaling
You're an endangered species mate because you can do logical reasoning.
Adaptive-Sync monitors (particularly with the LFC feature) makes low-FPS more acceptable, not less.
In objective terms, there's never been a...
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