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    Yes, you need to use UEFI USB options. Linux Mint...

    Yes, you need to use UEFI USB options. Linux Mint 16 can boot on UEFI from USB (tried it with my Surface Pro). CentOS, being based off RedHat, is much slower to support new things, so your mileage...
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    Based upon a google search, Google no longer flags rog.asus.com, which is a good sign.
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    LOL, true ROG enthusiast there...only they would...

    LOL, true ROG enthusiast there...only they would care about the OS dropping the benching performance by 3%...:D
  4. Firefox Linux Mint 16 64-bit doesn't flag the...

    Firefox Linux Mint 16 64-bit doesn't flag the site.
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    I would recommend Linux Mint, which built off the...

    I would recommend Linux Mint, which built off the Ubuntu code-base, but I have had better luck with it, though Ubuntu shouldn't have a problem. Possibly you are missing a driver, or your kernel...
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    As always, good ones, @Nackers! :) @Myk, that was...

    As always, good ones, @Nackers! :) @Myk, that was a good comeback too. :) I've been having fun reading this thread the last few days. :p
  7. 1) Per @kkn's request, I will move this to the...

    1) Per @kkn's request, I will move this to the Notebook section, for more people to be able to see it.
    2) I do not know of any slot-load mods, since the front of the DVD drive is shaped to fit the...
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    I've heard that Intel's are also good wireless...

    I've heard that Intel's are also good wireless cards. The Atheros cards are terrible as a rule.
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    USB 3.0 devices, due to their design (smaller...

    USB 3.0 devices, due to their design (smaller pins recessed further in the port), are much more susceptible to dropping the connection. This is not unique to ASUS, and fairly prevalent across the...
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    For the post count to PM, I believe it is 5 posts...

    For the post count to PM, I believe it is 5 posts and 5 days. It's to cut down on spam.
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    Yup! Not all ROG equipment, but technology just...

    Yup! Not all ROG equipment, but technology just the same... :)

    @chrs, you have nothing to say? That is insane!
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    Yeah, if you are careful, replacing keys isn't...

    Yeah, if you are careful, replacing keys isn't that risky - if you are careful. Once you get the hang of it, it's easy, just be slow and careful, and you'll be fine.
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    Possibly the card is too new? They may be look at...

    Possibly the card is too new? They may be look at the numbers on the card name (450, 5870, etc), and since AMD was using a 4-digit scheme for a long time, the 3-digit could get confusing.
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    Replacement monitors on laptops are normally...

    Replacement monitors on laptops are normally quite expensive, which is why I would honestly recommend looking into a new machine, as it will be a lot faster, and will keep running for quite a number...
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    Check for any updated ASUS drivers. It could be...

    Check for any updated ASUS drivers. It could be that the ASUS drivers are not compatible with Windows 8.1 Also, check the system event logs and see if they say anything about it.
  16. No problems here! :)

    No problems here! :)
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    Sticky: @EnderDragoon, at first I thought that was a...

    @EnderDragoon, at first I thought that was a server farm / simulation cluster. Then I realized it was flight simulation...the fun kind. :D
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    @City Builder, I agree. Having 16 GB of RAM (like...

    @City Builder, I agree. Having 16 GB of RAM (like I do) is less likely to be noticeable for most people. I routinely do simulations and run multiple VM's, making the extra RAM definitely noticeable....
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    Sticky: Yup. Welcome to the forums! :) Glad to see you...

    Yup. Welcome to the forums! :) Glad to see you are already getting involved! :)
  20. Let me remind you...leaked hardware doesn't just...

    Let me remind you...leaked hardware doesn't just appear on the internet... :D
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    That was good. :D +rep.

    That was good. :D +rep.
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    @Nackers, love the one about the alligator... :D

    @Nackers, love the one about the alligator... :D
  23. Thanks! :) Looking forward to seeing it when it...

    Thanks! :) Looking forward to seeing it when it comes out! :)
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    In integer bases, the answers are: base-1: 1111...

    In integer bases, the answers are:
    base-1: 1111 (tally marks)
    base-2: 0100 (binary)
    base-3: 0011 (trinary)
    base-4: 0010 (quartinary)
    base-5: 0004 (quintinary)
    base-6 and beyond, same as base-5....
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    Don't disable UEFI, that's not the problem. Try...

    Don't disable UEFI, that's not the problem. Try re-enabling that, and booting a Fedora image. Fedora usually has support for the latest things, since it is supported by Red Hat.
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