Swapping RAM isn't considered DIY, bowei, not that I expect you to know because you aren't much of a computephile/computer enthusiast. That's considered the basics, and isn't very DIY at all. We consider DIY building your own computer. Swapping your own parts isn't even considered DIY. It's considered maintenance (even though you "Do it Yourself").
I'm aware. You do know that right? There's a reason I'm a so called "enthusiast" and you consider yourself not one of "us" (to be honest, I don't like the term. I'm fine with the term "geek" but commoners don't know the difference between "geek" and "nerd" so I refrain from using it, even though it's a proud name but they just think lowly of us yet we're of superior intelligence in the field of computers).
It's mainly ultrabooks and the more portable laptops. Laptops considered "Office Laptops" or ones with mainly CPU power for office tasks and not much GPU power, desktop replacements, and gaming laptops usually have removable batteries.
No, I mean quality control upon release. I know Apple fixes it shortly, which I do applaud them for doing so. Unlike some companies (stares at Sandforce).
Stop throwing in Apple. Apple didn't develop it. Intel did. Intel licensed it to Apple so they could implement it first, so Intel could make more money and then after awhile it would start being adopted more, but I see that unlikely sometimes because USB 3.0 is more dominant and seems to be taking more of the market than Thunderbolt just because it's backwards compatible with USB 2.0 so we don't need to all get new devices or adapters or anything to use Thunderbolt.
I would get the 2GB. 2GB is a good amount.
Sort of. It's your choice. I would look at benchmarks and make a choice.
IIRC Hackintosh works with any x86 or x64 processor and such just like Windows. Hackintosh isn't Mac OS X which needs Apple approved stuff.
Haha. Yeah, that was mixed. I made a sandwich of "YAY"s and "NEIGH"s.
No, I mean thank you for not putting any project name down, and please don't because we all can't decide on anything (well, it's just me who doesn't like project H because of some connotations that pervs or other Japanese fan community members might have). Designed by b1o2r3i4s5 is fine. That I don't mind. We need to give you credit.
You should be able to find it at the Radioshack inside the mall. I don't really know any other stores nearby that carry the adapters. Maybe Walmart or Best Buy? Probably not.
Should be able to find something at Radioshack...
Maybe because they have no idea what Mini DisplayPort is and how vastly superior it is to HDMI.
Didn't HTML5 kill flash?
Thunderbolt = Mini DisplayPort but with data transfer capabilities, AND IT'S INTEL'S INVENTION. THEY JUST LICENSED IT TO APPLE FIRST. GET IT RIGHT. YOU SPEAK LIKE APPLE OWNS IT.
I think Thunderbolt can only daisychain two 1920x1080 or 1920x1200 display or a single 2560x1440 or 2560x1600 display...I don't remember...I think it should be able to do more, but I think 2 was the limit for monitors.
YUS. Well, props to Intel for making Thunderbolt.
Looks very nice, as usual.
2nd everything + 3rd hair is awesome. 1st one is way too washed out on my monitor. Needs more saturation.
The entire computer enthusiast community is dying for Thunderbolt to be adopted and used in external graphics card enclosures due to the high bandwidth which is pretty close to PCIe x16 I believe, or it is PCIe x16 (I'm implying the 2.0 revision, not 3.0. I think that was it...) in a connector but whatever, you get the point; high bandwidth. Allows for external graphics cards for notebooks and ultrabooks to work better.
I thought the JVC HA-S400 and HA-S200 were coming to America first and then the HA-S500...but yeah, I want to listen to them too.
The definition of DIY is VERY different. It depends on how you look at it... I just simply used a word...... a word ಠ_ಠ ಠ_ಠ ಠ_ಠ ಠ_ಠ ಠ_ಠ
A ...word!.....a WORD.....
Computer Enthusiat me? Not so? How?
Replacing RAM is considered a Do it yourself project to most. And no..getting nutella is not DIY Ծ_Ծ
Not one of who? I'm not a regular enthusiast. I am much much more open and don't fall into bias and subjectivity. So while I'm not what most enthusiasts would call an enthusiast in terms of what they envision copies of their fellow enthusiasts are like. I am one per definition and will just use the term as thats what people call us. Otherwise, I'd just use whatever I want. I'd go with Panda ..just plain panda. Done
They co made Lightpeak
Intel made it and Apple did some stuff. I doubt they did much other than say stuff like "we want this and this and that and that feature" it just sounds fancy. but hey, credit is still given to them.
Thunderbolt allows for up to 6 as long as they have their own power source. I believe this was each port but then again, it may have limitations from the southbridge or northbridge(lets just say chipset) of the mobo and what it itself can support at max.
There are some people that have laptops with external graphics cards through huge adapters already and people with desktops and to look nice, a huge PCIE cable and then dock on the wall somewhere but I feel you. It depends on how it will be implemented or how it will work. Either companies support it, or it will just work on any computer as its not hardware dependent(say, you just need a Thudnerbolt port) I don't know how thunderbolt actually works works and how it interfaces with the Windows OS and so yeah.