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There's more stuff to check in an X99 platform, mostly the DRAM check. You can probably shave 4-6 seconds off buy disabling or reordering the POST sequence of various controllers in the BIOS. I don't think it's worth the effort though to be honest.
Back when you'd go get lunch and the thread was 5 pages further on when you got back.
Yeah, you should be able to disable POST in most modern UEFI BIOSes, just find the "fast/quick boot" option if there is one.
My laptop doesn't restart unless it's installing updates. Sleep mode whoo. That said, that's a pretty slow post time, seems sketchy.
Clearly velcro.
Dayum. Also someone needs to have a price mistake on a Koss 950 or a Beyer T1.
Seems reasonable for the price. Router market is pretty saturated in the $120-200 region though so it doesn't really stand out. 
 It's mostly because it's not really applicable to everyday physics or engineering. Additionally the equations that are relevant for explaining it are more complicated and fiddlier to use than Newtons Law. It's not really very useful to use relativistic equations for "a car accelerates to 5m/s" style questions after all. Finally there's piles of background that's required to even start understanding the maths, gotta have the foundations before you can build the rest of the...
In keeping with Valentines Day.     Feathered a bit because I wrote it on the back of a chocolate box XD. I should get some blank Rhodia Oxford paper I guess.
 Gaming and/or editing can eat up a lot of memory very quickly. 8GB is a pretty good number for most people, at least for a desktop/laptop that is likely to see reasonably heavy multimedia use. Clearly a lighter user or someone who runs a OS that isn't as hungry as windows could easily do with 4GB or even 2GB. Tech writers likely suggest that 8GB is a minimum because that safely covers the vast majority of possible uses the average joe will use their computer for....
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