Aug 29, 2013
Aug 27, 2013
I made a backup with clonezilla of my system SSD mentioned in the previous post and I reran Crystaldiskmark, here are the results:
The only difference between the two runs regarding the SSD was that this time I had more free space because I moved some stuff to my new SSD.
So... read is practically is the same Write is better but maybe because the more free space.. strangely the 4K write/read was better before.
What do you think?
Aug 16, 2013
SSD Boot video #1: clean user: no startup programs
SSD Boot video #2: normal user: many startup programs
Aug 9, 2013
Aug 8, 2013
Dec 8, 2012
Since I had my first computer I was a linux user too, mainly because it was too bad for playing games, of course that doesn't meant that I wasn't playing games even if it meant I had to play on low FPS, with time going by games became more and more resource hungry, so I basically switched to linux(opensolaris) mode, with the hope that sometime I (we) will able to play decent games on linux. When I got my new computer it was straightforward what OS to install so I could play the games the most I like and try new ones, but I stuck with Valve games and occasionally some NFS. Strangely with Steam coming to linux I don't feel the urge to install linux.. I'm trying to figure out why that is.. (to be cont.)
Nov 24, 2012
I finally bought my first android device.. It's an ace plus. I choose this phone because of many reasons:
Price: I could have waited a few days and buy a "better" (i.e. Bigger, s advance) phone but i really currently this size is perfect for me, also if i had the money for the s advance i probably would had the urge to wait for more money to get an s2, because I had both in my hands at the same time and they are like Stan and Pan. I just need to wait for that Jelly Bean update.
Oct 20, 2012
For some reason the screen had to much green, I thought that the cheap HDMI cable was the cause, so I tried to adjust the green channel with AMD VISION Engine Control Center aka CCC, at some degree i was able to correct it but wasn't perfect. I blamed the cheap cable .. there are cables out there for 4x+ the price, but to be honest I wont pay that much for a cable and I'm not sure if worth it, maybe if you're using it for audio too there are some major differences. Anyway, I google'd a bit and found out that it can be solved with just a few clicks! You just need to change the Pixel Format in CCC:
My Digital Flat-Panels → Pixel Format: the default format for me was YCbCr 4:4:4 I changed it to RGB 4:4:4 (Full RGB) and it was perfect.
I hope this helps you out.