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I kinda see your points but overall I think you are way off base. Successful businesses hire people that can become an asset to the company, if you got employees that are so stupid they can't handle this transition then you have problems. Seriously, it may sound rough but do you really want to have people in your employ that can't handle these trivial issues?Or maybe not, it really depends upon the features they use. It could be worst, you could be operating in a...
What is this Irrational "U". Really you have no way of knowing how long FCPX will be around and frankly you can't be sure the Adobe or Avid products will be around in three years. Especially when the Avid products are more or less crap.Beyond that what sort of silly ass university teaches the use of a specific app instead of the art behind the creation of the product. If any thing the students should be exposed to a number of editing tools rather than just one. ...
Actually I went out of my way the last time to make sure my truck didn't have cruise control, power windows or power mirrors. I could have done without the ABS too. The problem is some of those so called advancements are a step backwards in some environments. If you ever had a powered window self destruct because the windows are frozen you will know what I mean. Sometimes reliability trumps tweaky unreliable features.Beyond that you do realize that the developers...
It is interesting the radical perspective people have here, For example Maps was never a fiasco, it has worked perfectly fine for me from day one. The problem here is that people only see their perspective. Nor do they realize this is a way forward not a dead end. In reality Apple has given us, in part, what many of us have been asking for. That is file compatibility no matter what platform. Sure more features are better than less, but a completely refactored...
They need bragging rights so they buy those rights.At least that is what I think as I never really got into gaming.The only way I can see external GPUs working is if they are built into a video monitor that also functions as a dock.This is certainly true but I see these high performance cards getting very expensive. As revenue shrinks the only way to sustain Nvidia will be to raise prices, lay off staff or deliver new products. The will likely do all three.It isn't...
Actually many people in France are (finally) starting to wonder about their government. It is the simultaneous example of unions out of control and rampant socialist government.
Well before Haswell they where selling rather well into the laptop market, especially to people interested in good GPU performance at low cost. Honestly I haven't check lately, but I think you miss the point, every AMD or Intel APU that gets sold is a potential loss of sales for NVidia. It started to impact NVidia a year or so ago, it just see it getting much worst with this new generation of APUs.Let's face it there was good reason in the past for even a modest computer...
This will only get more interesting in the future! AMD and Intel (reluctantly maybe) are in a race to deliver optimized heterogeneous computing solutions, so the performance of these solutions will only get better in the future. I would expect to see heavy emphasis on the GPU part of those advanced "APU" chips to the point that focus on the CPU is suppressed.One only has to look at Intels latest Haswell chips to see how much die area gets devoted to the GPU. I would...
I wouldn't either its just that I don't see a technical reason for it to be impossible. That based on what I've seen in the pictures.I guess the point I was trying to get to, is it really doesn't make sense anymore to get wrapped up in a GPU upgrades because there is no compelling justification anymore for putting new GPU cards in old chassis.You are talking to a guy that use to do 486, Pentium and other upgrades almost compulsively. Those days are gone for the CPU and I...
Ah but it is foolish to look at the GPU market and only consider the discrete units. AMD has effectively displaced many of NVidias low and mid market GPUs with its APUs. You will see a rapid collapse of income at NVidia over the next year or so if they can't come up with new products the market wants.The Mac Pro could bring some additional respectability to AMDs professional chips. This should worry NVidia because they have staked a good portion of their future on...
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