Bumpy wrote on Jan 11, 2021, 13:31:There was that story about NVIDIA signing a deal with Samsung. Not super promising, but still, it's something.
I'd buy a 3080 today if I could but there has been ZERO positive or confirmed news of gpu supplies improving within any time frame.
Tomas wrote on Jan 11, 2021, 15:45:Incitement of violence and hate speech. That's what's being suppressed. Is that alarming? In my opinion it's far more alarming to allow that sort of thing to proliferate unchecked. That's what got us to this point.
Suppression of speech is something that alarms me regardless of who is being suppressed. Just because it is legal doesn't necessarily mean it's a good thing.
Tomas wrote on Jan 11, 2021, 15:00:So... you think it would be better for our republic if companies did not have the freedom to decide their own terms of service within the constraints of the law?
I understand what you're trying to say, but what you said is just wrong. It's 100% censorship, but done by entities other than government. Sure, it's legal, but it's not necessarily good for our republic.
Cancel your Amazon subscriptions and dump Apple. Google/android is not much better, but it will have to do until the Linux phones are finally ready.Oh man. It's like the Year of the Linux Desktop, but 100x less likely. Keep dreaming, scumbags!
Darks wrote on Jan 7, 2021, 12:44:Did you read the article? ECC RAM is typically only 20% more expensive, and that's probably mostly due to artificial market segmentation. If consumer-level motherboards officially supported it, it would probably get used more resulting in higher volume and lower prices. Non-ECC RAM might have fallen by the wayside long ago if not for the artificial segmentation.
Well, becasue its used in servers and its a much more expensive ram.
jdreyer wrote on Jan 4, 2021, 14:55:Yes, with the requisite corruption worked in there of course:
Trump was actually considering a pardon for him.
The pardon would come on the condition that Assange say the Russians were not involved in the email leak that damaged Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016 against Trump.
A lot of work can go remote just fine. I think that the past 9 months demonstrated this.It takes time for the long-term consequences of such changes to become clear.
WaltC wrote on Dec 20, 2020, 18:37:Ok, so setting aside the lying to investors, who gets to decide what the appropriate window of time is for CDPR to fix this before financial damages are considered to exist?
CP2077 isn't a month old, yet. If you are a customer and you don't like the game at all and you get your money back you have not been financially damaged and financial damages must exist if a lawsuit has any hope of collecting.