Bansisingh

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I was having mic issues where it would not work and got it fixed by replacing the motherboard at UbreakIFix. After the replacement and installing my backup, now apps just don't work. Phone app constantly crashes and freezes. I can't take videos on my phone or other 3rd party apps even in safe mode.

As someone who's been happy with their Pixel since day 1, it really sucks that the phone has just started to [censored]out on me since Android P.

But yesterday i pulled the trigger and got myself a Rx 580 together with my 1800x.

And wow AMD graphic cards/software have improved so much since i used it.. It is amazing, especially with free sync!!

Also the colors and graphics are different looking compared to Nvidia, its so vivid and have more depth to them. I have been googling around and people claim there's no difference but i can see it clearly going from gtx 980.

Great job AMD i think just the software with AMD cards is worth it over Nvidia, the features that come with it is mind blowing.. Very happy all team red nerd 😃

Every brand seems to have some major drawback except for Dell. Asus apparently has horrible support, Lenovo did that spyware [censored]two years ago, Huawei and Xiaomi apparently have bad support too. I've read from a few people and a support thread that the HP Envy and HP Spectre lineups have screens that spontaneously crack from defect and HP won't replace/repair them. Does anyone know how true those claims on the HP laptops are? I just want to get something that will last and have good support if I need it in case the hardware [censored]out on me.
Was wondering if anybody knew of good software to use my mac and its webcam, and preferably auxiliary cameras, into a home surveillance system when I'm gone. If there's any sort of programs that involve motion sensor triggering, and remote streaming, that would be great. Don't mind paying a bit for software, but if it's closer to $100 I'll probably just opt for a wifi security cam that comes with software.