Saboth wrote on Jan 18, 2020, 15:04:They've all had heat problems in the past if you go far back enough, imtel is better known for it than AMD in my timeframe.
I'm still with Intel and Nvidia (mostly because what I have can run most games fine, even on high settings). One reason I haven't thought about AMD is they have had heat and noise problems in the past. I'm not interested in complex rigs or water cooling, and noise and heat is probably just as important as FPS (maybe more so) to me. While AMD has managed to catch up in sheer speed, their thermals still seem to run very hot, unless something has changed in recent iterations.
Mr. Tact wrote on Nov 9, 2019, 20:17:cheersDG wrote on Nov 9, 2019, 20:02:Yes, Yubikey only works with apps/accounts that support them. However, the number of supported site/apps is fairly numerous. Probably all he had to do was have it on his G-mail and they wouldn't have gotten the other information they needed.
Do the authenticators only work for apps/accounts that support them, and do they only support specific apps? The only one I have seems to be specific.
Or are we securing up the chain by locking e.g. sim account to a phone and in turn locking phone account to the 2FA?I'm not sure what you are asking here? The Yubikey acts as a physical 2FA, so even if they steal your phone they don't get into other accounts.
RedEye9 wrote on Nov 3, 2019, 13:17:thanks, reviews look goodDG wrote on Nov 3, 2019, 12:43:The AMD Ryzen™ 7 3700X on the AMD side.
I've lost touch with tech, whats the best bang for buck platform for AMD and Intel these days?
I'll keep my GTX970 so just cpu, MB and RAM.
Chipp0r wrote on Apr 11, 2018, 13:19:Yeah this, the UK implementation at least is substantially stricter and enforceable with much bigger fines than we had previously - which I read was already much more than the data protection in US.
I assume this is because of the new EU directive on data (GDPR) as it becomes enforceable in May.
Many companies are beefing up their account options to allow better visibility of what data they collect and give users control over it.
RedEye9 wrote on Dec 11, 2017, 18:04:I've been out of the loop on hardware for a bit, but I think the answer might still depend on what you're running the cpu at. I don't think it matters as much as once upon a time, but I think there's still diminishing returns from having ram bus speed higher than cpu bus. So I think they're going to ask you what you're running your cpu at.
Cutter wrote on Nov 23, 2017, 13:04:Here in UK the employees are 2nd in the queue, only secured creditors are in front of them - though this is usually a major creditor (the bank loan) with security over the major asset (property).jacobvandy wrote on Nov 23, 2017, 12:26:
That sucks. It's one thing to be told the party's over, it's last call, get your shit together soon... But then you're sacked 5 weeks early with no severance or anything? Time to lawyer up, if there's anyone left to sue.
It's pointless. Employees are always last to get anything if anything is left. That's something the law should have been changed on, everywhere, long ago. The reality is you can be terminated at any time without notice and there's sweet FA you can do about it. The only time a labor lawyer will do anything is if you're an exec and you have stock, etc.
ItBurn wrote on Oct 25, 2017, 15:38:DG wrote on Oct 25, 2017, 13:29:
this OK base game without any DLC? the season pass bundle is £18 which I'm balking at for a "on offer" price s I don't have much time for gaming anymore but I did like DX:HR.
On bit of an old machine too I guess, 2400+ @4ghx and a GTX970. I even had to run CPUID to check that
The DLC are separate from the main game, so you can't carry your character. I didn't play the DLC myself and I thought it was worth it.