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  1. Valid point. I've edited my post above in case...

    Valid point. I've edited my post above in case someone finds this via a search and follows the first thing they see.
  2. The ASUS RT-AC88U isn't vulnerable to Krack in...

    The ASUS RT-AC88U isn't vulnerable to Krack in the default router-mode configuration as ASUS didn't follow the entire WiFi standard when they designed that device (it appears to reject repeat keys -...
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    I believe you need the following three things to...

    I believe you need the following three things to get what you want happening with ffmpeg:

    1. The latest NVIDIA driver for your card
    2. The CUDA toolkit for NVIDIA on Windows;...
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    Full time Debian GNU/Linux user here. First,...

    Full time Debian GNU/Linux user here.

    First, as you might be aware Linux is just a kernel. It's paired with other software and presented as a distribution. Debian for example, is a distribution...
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    If you are referring to UEFI booting (which is...

    If you are referring to UEFI booting (which is off GPT disks) and BIOS booting (from a MBR disk) then the way video hardware is initialised, and thus the resolution of the bootscreen, is affected by...
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    Placing a desk fan next to the PC cut temps by...

    Placing a desk fan next to the PC cut temps by 5-10c across the board.

    I've since made a hole in the case and stuck a Corsair AF120 as an outtake, and that further improved temperatures (I tested...
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    Temperatures as reported by the OS place the CPU...

    Temperatures as reported by the OS place the CPU between 14C and 42C depending on load and power level. The max I've ever seen the processor hit is 58C.
    Temperatures for the motherboard range...
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    Probably not! These two computers are in the same room though! :)



    If the system is at 4700mhz or higher for over a few hours, temperatures on the left side of the board seem pretty savage but...
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    I just wrote a huge post, hit 'submit reply' and...

    I just wrote a huge post, hit 'submit reply' and the forums threw an 'access denied' ... D:

    I'll re-write the reply post when my brain works a bit better (it's currently 3:51am in Sydney)....
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    Sticky: Well, hello...

    Hi everyone.

    I'm Aff/Seda. I'm a Debian GNU/Linux user, located in Australia.

    I'm kind of boring :p
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    I'm a bit new here (this will in fact, probably...

    I'm a bit new here (this will in fact, probably be my second post), so hopefully someone else chimes in...

    If that isn't a fully modular power supply then the chances are that cable would have...
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    Advanced Cooling for Older Rigs

    Hi,

    I have a bit of an unusual project and I'm looking for some advice before I start diving into it. I was scheduled to replace my primary and support workstation by 2020 but it looks like I'm...
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