I still plan on doing live shows, but I'm afraid there will be fewer of them. Live shows really eat into my weekend, time I spend with family and relaxation. I might try a different day and time, but I'm not sure yet.
i just have one question can you plz make a short overview from what time in the movie you talk about that thing liek at 1:15 i talk about vidio card and from 3:15 i talk about cpus because it isn't so nice to watch the vids completely. and all q&a are just set in the life show so its better to give a small list whit the main plots (sorry for mine bad English)
it shortens the life of it when it gets to hot and it gets especially power hungrier and hotter when you increase the voltage but it will probably survive long enough that it is to slow compared to the new cpu's
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Almost all HP products are high quality. Its one of those companies that I trust I'm getting a good product.
In the past their laptops haven't been the best. But the laptops they make today are outstanding, works of craftsmanship.
Be aware that HPs are more expensive, but in my view the extra money is well worth it.
Just look at a few reviews of the laptops your considering buying.
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I'm not Rodney but I can give an answer. With cheap power supplies, you get what you pay for. They almost always fail to remain within ATX specification at higher loads. With high enough ripple voltage, the lifespan of your components will be shortened. There isn't much info on it since the UL number is concealed in images but better safe than sorry. Get a Corsair TX950 if you need that much power. Similar price, pretty good CWT based power supply capable of 78A on the +12v rail (936W). See this review on it.