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comment HDMI delay between monitor
@tinmaru If you know the intelligent frame creation is causing the delay, can't you disable the feature in the monitor's OSD?
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answered Batch compress mp3 while retaining file and directory structure to new target
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comment Howto interpret SMART-Attributes?
@bbaja42 I've added some explanations as to how I reached those conclusions =)
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comment Building a PC, advice on SSD/Hybrid Hard Drives
@Jamie I am running my OS + most programs on it, and I also have a larger secondary HDD with music, Steam games, and applications that I don't use very often. You would certainly notice applications start faster than they would on a regular HDD, although of course, it won't be quite as instant as an SSD.
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comment Why does System Monitor on Linux show me 4 CPUs?
@PeanutsMonkey Processes can run on more than one core at a time, or switch which cores they're using. As far as I know there is no method to find out which applications happen to be running on which cores. You can limit them to specific cores, but you can't see which cores they're using at any given time.