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Handling the Spam

Tue Mar 31 18:41:49 GMT 2015 - 2 days ago

Okay, will keep that in mind. Helps to know who to go to as well since Cy is gone...

Handling the Spam

Tue Mar 31 17:49:56 GMT 2015 - 2 days ago

We did get a large attack recently and that`s why reCaptcha was added to prevent bots. That dosen`t prevent the human spammers. :-(

You can PM me on the Dell forum, Sugarbear18. I get an email notification.

Handling the Spam

Mon Mar 30 19:07:47 GMT 2015 - 3 days ago

I guess what really scares me is when I log in and see scads of spams. During some of the dry spells this year I've probably reported up to 100 spams at a time, and just watched them sit there for days. That's what I'd like to see go away.

Handling the Spam

Mon Mar 30 16:11:38 GMT 2015 - 3 days ago

I have hidden the Axis posts. Most of the time they post late at night and I get them. Occasionally one sneaks by me.

Is it time for Dell to jump back into the Smartphone business?

Sun Mar 29 16:19:33 GMT 2015 - Mar 29, 2015

@pydsigner  You right, even though Android was not mature, they left the market all together and decided not to even compete.  Venue 8 is great device...even though I question the placement of the camera and only using FAT32 formatting for the SD card, it would of been a nice phablet. 

Alienware graphics amplifier proper desktop gaming edition

Sun Mar 29 13:38:39 GMT 2015 - Mar 29, 2015

I think so. CPUs work differently. If you want to offload calculations/devour numbers, use server GPUs such as Nvidia Tesla. If you want to increase your system speed, install a fast cache drive or overclock your system.

Remember, SLI/CF does not always increase gaming performance. In fact, it may does the opposite. Paradoxical? Yes it is. Sometimes, a single heavy GPU is better than a group of weak GPUs.

I've never seen an external CPU box. The creation such device would require a radical alterations in CPU architectures and the invention of an extremely fast interface.

Games barely use more than 3 CPU cores. In fact, I've never seen a pure x64 game working in a manner similar to those of scientific applications.

But this is a good idea, if I may say. It only needs minor modifications.

G-Sync or Free-Sync M

Sun Mar 29 12:44:55 GMT 2015 - Mar 29, 2015

Remember, G-sync only supports DisplayPort without audio support. I think it's still too early for Dell to implement such technology.

Is it time for Dell to jump back into the Smartphone business?

Sun Mar 29 00:26:45 GMT 2015 - Mar 29, 2015

I think that Dell could build on the success of the Venue 8 7000 and produce a really nice 5 inch handset. The last time Dell was building handsets, Android wasn't yet mature... and yet there are still people using the old Venue and Streak devices.

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