Congratulations JOMA :D
This is fantastic news. I've enjoyed watching people build their own submersed builds for a while now and alternate cooling methods are awesome. Now we have it on a large scale, and I'm glad to see Intel put their stamp of approval on it. Awesome!
Why did the FBI have this stuff? It's all pretty interesting. People who build their own computers; rejoice!
An interesting point, and one that I don't hope to see any time soon; especially with Ouya, or any of the projects I've backed like Wasteland 2.
That's an interesting point and is definitely valid - however Windows 7 is a stellar operating system, and off-the-shelf editions have also sold in huge volumes.
Bundling definitely plays a large role in an OS's success, but lets not forget Vista was bundled too, and it didn't even come close to breaching XP's penetration.
I'll expect Windows 9 to do a similar thing. It seems that Microsoft are unintentionally taking a leaf out of Intels book and using a tick-tock system. One excellent OS (95) one meh (98) one excellent (98 SE).. 7 is what Vista should have been, perhaps 9 will be what 8 should have been. It seems the successful OS is the one every other generation.
It looks nice and it performs well, but there are more powerful gaming laptops out there, for less money. 660M? Meh. 680M? Pls. Price also seems inflated because of the name, which is another meh.
THIS is what Virtu MVP is meant for. Portable graphics. Empowering desktop gamers unless they have an older setup (which seems unlikely on the Z77 (or perhaps z68) platform) is one thing, but empowering gamers on go is a whole new kettle of fish.
I agree. I don't use google plus for friendships however, my GPlus is for business, networking and interests.
It looks fantastic, but I can't buy a Razer product with confidence. I've owned 3 different products and all have decided to crap out on me within 6 months. Not a fan.
Haha! That's awesome.
They should fire their IT guy.
Or fire the person that ordered so many kindles.