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http://www.theverge.com/2016/2/8/10937580/white-house-wifi-is-bad   First world problems and 'MURICA!
Or misguidance. There's always the quack merchant carrying his snake oil around.
https://www.massdrop.com/buy/cooler-master-switch-testerv2   Oooohhh, now I have this and the NPKC tester coming in. :D
Never lucky, rubber ducky.
Eh worth it for the much, much longer durability. MLC over TLC and an enormous process both sound good to me.
Not sure then, since they all use the same controller. http://www.anandtech.com/show/9702/samsung-950-pro-ssd-review-256gb-512gb/3 Edit: 950 Pro draws more power apparently, at least during idle. http://www.anandtech.com/show/9702/samsung-950-pro-ssd-review-256gb-512gb/10 So if that directly translate to heat, yes it will throttle sooner.
Windows scaling itself has nothing inherently wrong with it. It's just the fact that Microsoft has very little control over the software you install on it. So the main example of this would be program icons in desktop, tray, or taskbar in which programs that don't come with a upscaled or vector version of the icon will appear blurry when upscaled. Program windows/layouts are also plagued by this issue. IIRC Macs are a bit more differently since the majority of the...
http://www.anandtech.com/show/8865/samsung-launches-sm951-m2-pcie-30-x4-ssd-for-oemssis   SM951 is MLC NAND, PM951 is TLC NAND.   And then the 950 Pro M.2 is MLC V-NAND.   So what DaveLT said is not correct per se. Maybe by experience they're like that but that's not the case at all.   If anything the SM and PM951 are more prone to throttling because they pull more power than the 950 Pro so they most likely generate more heat.
Multitouch was much better in GNOME 3. It might have been just Windows. I don't remember stalling issues in GNOME 3 with the scrolling thing. There's also this really annoying thing in that if you dual boot Windows and Linux, Linux will use whatever power state your last session of Windows left it on and it's something you could see in battery life. I would get a report of 15 hours if I last used it in the Power Saver profile and like 3-6 hours if I left it in High...
I've started to notice how ThinkPads go 90% of the way and then fall flat on their face at the last 10%. There's a lot of very small things about the X1 carbon that began to annoy me with continued use that made me ultimately not feel so bad about returning it to the company I was an intern for. I remember the biggest one was the fact that there's a gap between the screen panel and the surrounding rubber trim that always caught dust in it. The AG coating they used is also...
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