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  1. You've heard it from idiots who don't understand their lives and try to spread Pike News in the context of the vaccine, and to sound credible spice up the nonsense they emit in scientific or pseudo-scientific terms. SHEDDING is the name of the phenomenon in which a person infected with a virus transmits it to others. This is the main way covid is distributed. In the context of corona vaccines, since none of them contain a live or attenuated version of the virus, there is no way that virus shedding can occur as a result of the vaccine. I want to believe that you are not one of those idiots I mentioned in the first sentence, and you did not write this question as a "sophisticated" way to spread garbage.
    3 points
  2. See no reason to upgrade at all. I almost never upgrade operating systems. Probably at some point a computer I will buy in the future will come with WIN11 installed.
    2 points
  3. Anyway I do not understand why you need AI to implement it properly, there are clear numerical parameters here that some pretty basic functions and without any use of AI can solve for example: computer for games? You will find the best video card that can be inserted in the budget with a reasonable processor and then fill in the surrounding with the rest of the budget. Even if they used AI, it's not to make it good or useful, but probably mostly to list "AI" as a useless buzzword.
    2 points
  4. You have boards where you can update the BIOS without using a processor, like the board you planned to buy, just put the BIOS on a USB drive and you can update with a button. From the page you linked to:
    2 points
  5. Wow. The corona got all the stupid trolls out of their dens ...
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  6. It's because you're dumb, the vaccine contains the formula for producing spike protein that does nothing on its own and the virus contains ... all the genetic material of the virus (and just to make it clear of course that this genetic material also includes the formula for producing spike protein).
    2 points
  7. In my opinion, a regular (flat) screen is almost always better. Also in games, and although there are ways to correct the distortion in the image created as a result of the built-in curvature. The only reason (again, in my opinion) for purchasing a concave screen is in games such as flight and driving simulations where you want a more immersive experience and the distortion does not matter and does not interfere. But in design work as well as in the office, it is rather important to see the image as the client will see it and stay professional. Again, this is my opinion and experience only.
    2 points
  8. In the case of custom water cooling also the height can be problematic. Sometimes the WATERBLOCK does not fit in the case. Different models of video cards have waterblocks in different dimensions. If there is a thought in that direction it is also something worth referring to.
    1 point
  9. And more about the bottle - according to the leaks, the new generation will be released at the end of October, and a 14-inch laptop will cost $ 1800. This is not just a new model, but an upgraded processor which will be reflected in significantly superior performance. Maybe on Tuesday Wednesday there will be more information.
    1 point
  10. What are all these monsters like ZBOOK and the like for? A pin called the M1 came and blew up the balloon of workstation mobiles. For studies, there is no need for more than - and in Eilat it will also cost less. Ahhh, it also weighs a pound less. Of course, it would not hurt to know what software it is, but it is worth it anyway. Editing: It is currently reported that from next Tuesday (the day after tomorrow) all Apple products will be reduced by 30 to 40 percent ....
    1 point
  11. By cross-referencing the data in the technical specifications. The problem with this card is length. The case has a length limit. The board should not be a problem unless the computer is antique or it is a branded computer.
    1 point
  12. The Windows operating system always has improvements from generation to generation, that's true, but performance improvements will almost never be day and night, and they also depend a lot on custom drivers. There is a good situation that in new computers you will see certain benefits, but in old computers or those that are not officially supported - you will not see, or even have a certain setback. The only way to know is to try, or wait for enough users to try for you. The most interesting feature for me in Windows 11 is built-in support for android applications. If it was critical for me, I might have installed it right now, but it is not, so I can wait.
    1 point
  13. Of course, the first condition is that there is a built-in video card in the processor ..... Details at the opener of the discussion ......
    1 point
  14. On this board (B560M-DS3H) I really would not recommend in combination with the i9, even with the i7 or 11600K its VRM comes to thermal throttling and limits the CPU, it's a waste of money to invest in such an expensive processor in a system that can not take advantage of it. There is nothing to do, at least at Intel, if you choose an expensive processor you also need a board accordingly. https://www.techspot.com/bestof/intel-b560-motherboards/
    1 point
  15. Thank you very much first of all. I saw in KSP a computer with an i9 processor for 4000 NIS and I wanted to know if it is not better.
    1 point
  16. Kettle cables? Those that connect the power supply to a wall outlet? It really does not matter which one you use for your computer
    1 point
  17. The most important thing is to buy in a place that can be returned after opening. I bought a coolermaster ck550 at the time - it's still in my box. I opened and after an hour or two I realized she was not for me and returned to the box (there was no way to return to the store). Should be a quiet keyboard, the keys are gateron red. They have no click and are really quiet but if your press is as strong as mine then the key is noisy when it goes down to the end because of touching the base. So it's not really quiet and only after I started working on it did I realize that I really like the physical resistance of the "click".
    1 point
  18. TP LINK has 2 MESH technologies. 1. OneMesh 2. Deco They do not work together. In both you can "mix" them. This means you can take in a living room a WIFI6 router that supports OneMesh and up a simpler router or increases a dedicated range that will also support OneMesh. The Deco is more expensive.
    1 point
  19. I was not convinced, I have a hard time seeing how a significant dataset was built here so that a valuable ML could be made about it. Yes there is a database of data, someone gave them weights quite manually and computes a proximity function according to the user's choices but such algorithms were used long before and regardless of AI. To your main question, I do not see a fundamental reason that AI will not be able to do this well but have a hard time seeing where they are coming from a dataset that he can learn from.
    1 point
  20. People think that if they put three ifs in a function it's AI or what's going on here exactly?
    1 point
  21. Clutter in clothing! Embark on a journey .....
    1 point
  22. We will know on October 5, Ltd.
    1 point
  23. 99.9 percent yes. More than that I can not guarantee ....
    1 point
  24. Check motherboard compatibility if the new memories appear there. In general, it is better to look for memories in the field of existing speed, say 2666 mHz, with all that it is harder to find or cost more.
    1 point
  25. Beauty. I did not really help, but .... thanks for the update!
    1 point
  26. The SSD is considerably more expensive than similar SSDs and will not give any noticeable improvement compared to an SSD that costs less than half, the case is not something at all and I would recommend you to switch to the NX410 instead. Specifications are almost the same in price, but with a better provider and 1T SSD instead of the ultra-expensive Samsung
    1 point
  27. 1500 is not just a CPU, it's a bundle of CPU + board. As I said, in my personal opinion the price is a bit high. I think the ideal thing in the current market is to purchase a good computer based on a basic 6-core processor and add a handheld card 2. * Maximum value, headache of handheld search 2. In the second option, purchase a ryzen 5-3400g based computer with fast memory and thus you will have a solution for Minecraft and Fortnite. In this track, if in the future there will be a desire to play heavier games then you will not be able to "get carried away" with the video card because the processor will limit it a bit - 4 cores. Delicate, an intermediate card that should cost in a healthy market 1200-1500 NIS will give a good return. * Minimum price, can very well suit you but a little limiting in the future. The option of the 5600g is to get a solution for the above games now and in the future if Will be more solid since it is with 6 cores. * Upgrade horizon, a bit expensive now, all in one place. Once it leaves the Fortnight area, etc., for example for a 5-6 year old car race, the computer will not move with a built-in card, this bank will need to add a video card.
    1 point
  28. Attached is a specification similar to what moon mage suggested at the beginning with the 6600xt from Tangle. I did not delve into it, I just made a slight change to the above. I added about 50 NIS for faster memory because a built-in video card is very sensitive to the speed of memory. I think it would be right to purchase with such a computer higher quality cooling. * The original specifications have a slightly more expensive board than the one I took. I do not know the differences between them.
    1 point
  29. 1. If you installed Vintage, then try to configure what you want through Vintage and not manually, so that you are in sync. 2. Unfortunately, there is always a risk that they will return from a computer repair more broken, but the main concern is that they will not recognize the problem at all. This is why you will try to characterize it in the most accurate way and provide instructions for recovering the problem.
    1 point
  30. After breaking a record with the amount of weird problems with desktops, did you switch to laptops? I think the next time you need to sabotage the Iranian nuclear program, it's enough to send you to their computer room for 10 minutes. And seriously. 0. GeForce Experience does nothing but update drivers automatically (which you can always do on your own) and tweak settings in games (which is irrelevant to the problem you describe). 1. They should not be changed unless you have third-party software that modifies them, such as Lenovo's power management tools. 2. Try to connect different devices, not just a mouse / keyboard. For example a portable drive. Check if it works well or suffers from disconnections / poor speed and the like.
    1 point
  31. It's not bad relative to its cost. If you do not want to spend over 2000 it's cool. If you want to spend about 3500 ~ look for a computer with 2060.
    1 point
  32. The price of the processor is 1200 NIS. It is very expensive. Its performance bypasses the 1030 by less than 50% and also this when it commands 4000 memory which is also more expensive and with PBO which requires a higher quality heatsink than BOX if you want quiet. For 1030 it is about 30%. A 10400F processor for 700 NIS combined with a used 1050 will give better performance: https://www.yad2.co.il/products/computers-and-accessories?category=6&info=1050 and I come out clean 'Assuming this is the simplest 1050 with 2GB. Is also better than 1030 at about 50%. A used 1050ti with 4GB will give another respectable improvement. Of course everything is designed for swimming in shallow water. If there was anything relevant then it's the r5-3400g but then left with 4 cores as suitable for shallow water but hurting the future upgrade option. If the computer is for gaming and you want the return to be successful years ahead and the budget is engraved in the rock then a cheap used card will give the solution. (And if necessary replace in the future)
    1 point
  33. It's not just a matter of enable or disable you need to choose the right profile. All XMP says is the configuration profiles that are stored on the memory itself and there you have profiles that are suitable for jedec with low voltage and regular profiles that you want to run.
    1 point
  34. @ 114508534 does not see a problem with the data. By the way - what is the computer used for?
    1 point
  35. How much are you willing to spend on it? And what is the cooling that is on the processor now in general
    1 point
  36. Did you experience any more blue screens after the update?
    1 point
  37. And you say that based on your extensive knowledge of virology and the clinical trials you have done? Perhaps it is best to let those who understand the field say what is best.
    1 point
  38. The best is one vaccine and after that get infected in the first caravan and let the body work like this maybe the body will remember the best virus and on the other hand will not do much damage to the body that will not help the new mutations
    1 point
  39. Thanks for adding a pile of nonsense to the discussion.
    1 point
  40. What is the case? What is a video card? What is the cooling? What is the power supply? The board if not something for such a processor as hinted at. The temperature is high and the CPU slows down so as not to overheat, by and large it is working properly and in normal mode there should be no blue screen because of this on the CPU side, on the other hand it is not advisable to be in this temperature range in normal mode because there are less monitored components. Make sure all the fans are rotating, assuming the CPU cooling is reasonable and well connected I would do undervolting, manual underclocking to stay away from the temp, performance loss is not expected to be noticeable, or alternatively limits the time the board allows the processor to run automatically, Intel went crazy with this processor frequency and power To be in the No. 1 game processor tests, in the next generation they improved the temp.
    1 point
  41. 8.8.8.8 | Google - 56 23.211.188.57 | Microsoft Azure - 54 52.94.17.134 | Central EU AWS, and it's 65 Partner Faber including supplier. 1000/100.
    1 point
  42. Yes. Assuming you match the video card ports you buy to the inputs of the existing screens and the one that will be added. Not really. Make sure you have as long a warranty as possible. Since in your uses the card is not really effortless, the noise issue is quite theoretical.
    1 point
  43. Minimum = 60ms, Maximum = 63ms, Average = 61ms Minimum = 54ms, Maximum = 54ms, Average = 54ms Minimum = 65ms, Maximum = 65ms, Average = 65ms Partner
    1 point
  44. Check here https://www.sven.de/dpi/ It is about 138DPI compared to 109DPI, which is a difference of about 27%. That is, a 32 "4K screen with a 125% magnification is roughly equivalent in text size to 27" 1440P at 100%.
    1 point
  45. 27 2K screen is limited to 32 4K or alternatively with a 125% magnification or is it even smaller than that?
    1 point
  46. In terms of dot size - 1440P at 32 "is indeed just like 1080P at 24". That is, if you want to gain sharpness - you will not gain. But if you want to earn work space and stay with a spot size that is convenient for you - that's good. I work with 2160P on a 32 "screen and it suits me, but it does not suit everyone. Many will feel that the text is too small (I am in WIN10 with 125% magnification).
    1 point
  47. Nobody's going to tell him to run XMP on BIOS? Well ... not necessarily related to crashes that you did not provide enough information about, but you are definitely throwing a commercial amount of performance in the trash. Other options are: poor VRM of the motherboard reaches 90+ degrees and causes electrical instability that leads to crashes, driver problem, overheating of the processor leading to crashes and a lot of things related to memory or power supply. Start downloading HWInfo and cinebench Run the rendering in cinebench and look at the temperatures.
    1 point
  48. That they do the work most of the time until occasionally they are a bit not (lags, weak batteries, etc.). Do not think there can be any set of 100% reliability. For light games in front of the TV it's a spin.
    1 point
  49. Great price. I recently needed an improper memory replacement (a year and a half old) that I purchased on Amazon. Memories of a patriot are sent to the Netherlands for replacement under warranty and from there back to the country. Shipping to the Netherlands was cheap and fast and shipping back was at their expense and also fast. In my opinion it's worth $ 3. Do not know the responsibility of teamgroup. https://www.amazon.com/Patriot-Signature-3200MHz-SODIMM-Single-Sided/dp/B0887G5LYT/ref=sr_1_9?crid=WDWC4EF9DALM&dchild=1&keywords=3200mhz+ddr4+16gb=1628847437&qid= 89Cp_n_feature_four_browse-bin% 3A2% 3Cp_n_feature_five_browse-bin% 10656894011A2 & rnid = 3 & s = pc & sprefix = 677429011mhz +% 673240011Caps% 3200C2 & sr = 2M- Module / dp / B292QNS1CN9 / ref = sr_8_3000? Crid = WDWC3000EF07DALM & dchild = 9 & keywords = 4mhz + ddr1 + 15gb & qid = 4 & sprefix = 9mhz +% 1Caps% 3200C4 & sr = 16-1628847338
    1 point
  50. You can also try Qtranslate is an excellent software that translates via the Internet and you can choose to translate Google, Bing Babylon and more, select text and click double ctrl
    1 point
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