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Well, maybe there's a missunderstanding my side, but i'm trying setup the dense support. And i am bit confused how it turns out / it does not do what i expect he should do. If i define a dense support, i expect that the dense support will be printed right under the model. The printer will print the lines over this dense support for better looking. Well, for some reason, which i cannot
The cool thing about open source is that you can add features yourself, and even communicate directly with the developers about needs for new features. However, for us as developers it's sometimes really difficult to read feature requests, and we have a really big to-do list. So, having a well written feature proposal is very helpful for us and will lodge the idea better into our consciou
I've found a repeatable bug within Outlook. I'd like to get Microsoft to fix it. They have some bug reporting site, but it doesn't work for outlook. Is there any way to actually reach people who work with this product, get them to fix it and give them guidance on how they need to actually test things in the future.
I know this has been done before but I can't seem to find any solution to this problem. I tried installing CCL (Clozure Common Lisp) on my RPI and followed the directions from I managed to install all the necessary prerequisite packages and I fixed the floating point issue as well. Unfortunately, I always keep getting "Segmentation Fault" no matter what I do! Any Suggestion
I’m using contrib media within article reveal. I noticed that the widget wasn’t sized the usual 900 x 506 as are the other instances of Media not used inside an Article Reveal. I don’t know what code sets the width and height of mejs container.
1) Why would this be good for the network, apart from being hugely profitable for the MNO's? (who will therefore probably vote for it) . 2) Since there will be no competition for more hashpower, mining difficulty will remain stable. How does this differ in practise from proof of stake?
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Just wanted to add a new drive into an existing laptop. Never messed with laptops before so treading carefully. Would I be correct in thinking the picture below shows a spare NVME drive slot underneath the existing? Assuming so, please could someone link a compatible example of a suitable 500GB drive?
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A week ago the 8gb RX 580 Nitro+ was £300, its lurid blue special edition the same price on a competitors' site. I missed both deals but nvm. Prices then skyrocketed to ~£360 and £390 respectively here and £340 and some places £400+.
I was browsing web and my PC turned off, on reboot the monitors and PC didn't pick up the GPU although it was still working (fans spinning, leds on). I tried everything i could think of, switch PCI-e slots, reset CMOs battery, switch about the RAM, uninstalled drivers (Couldn't install new ones as software didn't detect GeForce card). Honestly I feel like i exhausted my options, I e
When I got MSI Afterburner open the clocks down clock themselves once in a while. Base clock is 1657mhz, 5005mhz. Just looking at web sites and having this open some times it goes to 139mhz, 405mhz and back up to normal. I do get stutter in games every now and then on a 1080 kfa2 ex oc. Could the downclocking be having an effect on games too?
I've a vega 56 connected to my monitor via HDMI cable. The vega card has only 1 HDMI slot so when I have to attach the Vive's HDMI to the card, I have to take out the monitor hdmi cable. Then I can't see what happens as monitor is off. What am I doing wrong here?Do I need HDMI cable and a displayport (hdmi from vive and displayport from card to monitor)?
See I ordered a Vive Pro from HTC early in April and after 4 days the order showed no longer active so I thought okay, Emailed HTC support asking them what happened? No response, later on in the week I noticed Overclockers also did the Pro, so this morning I pre-ordered from them.6:30pm I receive a text from DPD stating my delivery will be on the 16th (awesome I think to myself Overclo
I was wondering how well the 1060 performs when using VR specifically the rift. I'm thinking about getting a headset in this year's black friday I had tried my friends ps VR and thought it was quite good and I wanted to get into vr myself. I know it's stated as VR ready but they have that sticker slapped on pretty much everything. I wanted to know if anyone has used a 1060 for this or if
I got a new system from OCUK around a month ago and have been having intermittent crashing issues when I'm in games. I'm in a game when suddenly the screen artefacts and crashes with windows giving the message: "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered" or more recently "Application has been blocked from accessing graphics hardware". If I reboot t
Needing some RAM for my Asrock ab350 gaming-itx/wifi with a Ryzen 7 1700X, I am torn between buying a kit of 2x 8GB AData XPG Spectrix D40 3000MHz cl16 RBG, which is listed as compatible in the qvl memory list for the motherboard.Or a kit of 2x 8GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz cl16 RBG, which is not listed on the qvl memory list for the first Ryzen cpus, but is listed as compatible in the qv
I want 32GB over 4 sticks so that I'm making use of quad channel, but should I be considering ECC RAM? This machine will be used for gaming, but also as a VM host for various work things. ECC is not something I've used before, it looks like it'll be slightly slower - but I wonder how often does the error correcting kick in.. does it really matter?
There are graphics glitches like blank screen when graphics options are set to anything higher than low, background missing when the mouse pointer hovers over the game history icons etc. It's not like HS is not playable but it ran flawlessly until the last patch was released and now it doesn't?
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