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Oct
24
comment What concerns are there with putting two high-end graphics cards in one PC?
tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/… A better choice? @nhinkle
Oct
24
comment What concerns are there with putting two high-end graphics cards in one PC?
I used to work for the company I'm now contracting to, and we used to get 4 outputs with a Matrox Triplehead2Go Digital. Those are a lot more expensive than a pair of graphics cards.
Oct
24
awarded  Student
Oct
24
comment What concerns are there with putting two high-end graphics cards in one PC?
I should add, they're not doing gaming, they're doing just plain old chrome and firefox and the hint of IPTV type stuff. It's for a finance-like trading desk.
Oct
24
asked What concerns are there with putting two high-end graphics cards in one PC?
Oct
8
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Jul
27
comment Who are forbidden sudo requests reported to?
The default on most systems is Chuck Norris.
Jul
19
answered How to co-author Word documents?
Jul
13
comment iSCSI vs. SAMBA For Single Use
NFS sucks on windows.
Jul
13
comment iSCSI vs. SAMBA For Single Use
Also, if you get any decent results, can you report back here, or perhaps blog it?
Jul
13
comment iSCSI vs. SAMBA For Single Use
I think the best results you'll get are if you do the benchmarking yourself on your own hardware.
Jul
13
answered iSCSI vs. SAMBA For Single Use
Apr
8
comment Computer refresh - Are our IT consultants being honest with us?
Did the invoice come with a tub of Vaseline?
Mar
16
comment As a bar owner, how can I block guest from using specific programs, like Spotify, over my free wifi?
I suspect it would have got a less favourable answer on SU.
Mar
14
comment As a bar owner, how can I block guest from using specific programs, like Spotify, over my free wifi?
@Hurragutt Whereabouts in Spain are you? I only ask, as I'm visiting Barcelona this week :)
Mar
7
comment how to format readonly iso9660 USB drive
Is there a physical switch on the device? One that controls read/write ability?
Feb
26
comment Intermittent, slow speeds on network with varying number of users online at any time
Yep. Get a LES from BT. Between 11 people, you could get the cost down to 60-80 quid a month each, and have 1/11th of 100Mbit, synchronous connection.
Feb
11
comment How to make a quiet laptop?
Get a quiet lap.
Feb
10
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Jan
26
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