Tech firms seem to be slowly moving away from the idea that devices should run "hot and fast" and are instead moving to a "cooler and slower" way of thinking. Is this what you want?
on 04/16/2010 – Made popular on 04/16/2010
I've owned the HTC Incredible S two years ago and now have had my Nexus 4 for a year. Both phones were stock and smooth. After a while, swiping through homescreens (no matter what launcher), opening/closing apps got a little slower (but the actual running of intense apps/games do not get slower), so I did a factory reset. It got much faster again, but was just that tiny bit slower than new.
some time ago i bought a arctic accelero Xtreme plus II for a gtx480 that was overheating in one of my folding rigs.
when i removed the cover to install the cooler i found the 480 was packed with dust,i removed the dust and the 480 now runs about 70 degrees, so i didnt install the arctic cooler.
i now have a 7970 that is running hot, looking at it when its running one fan is running slower then
I'm thinking of going to an AIO cooler from air. I currently use a Xigmatek cooler and I was thinking of switching over to an Antec Kuhler 620, Corsair H50 quiet or Corsair H60. Thoughts or opinions are appreciated.
I'm moving and it is a six hour drive and just wanted some advice on whether I should take the Noctua NH-U12S off my Asus Maximus VII Hero prior to putting the Corsair 700D case back in its retail box and laying on its side the whole trip.
I am primarily a Windows user. I'm dual-booting Ubuntu 13.04 using Wubi and I've noticed that Youtube is much slower on Ubuntu than it is on Windows in the same network... Like a LOT slower. I find that Windows typically loads 720p faster than Ubuntu does 240p, and sometimes even 144p isn't fast enough.
I've had my s3 for almost a year and this past week it's battery has been charging slower and slower. Now it takes 5-10 minutes to charge 1%. Charging overnight does not fill it either. Luckily it does not drain faster. Is the problem my battery? I've used both the USB and wall charger with the same results.
I have an old pc which is P4 2.85 Ghz, 2 GB RAM, Intel 8280 chipset.
I am running a icewm+xfe+lightdm based debian linux (wheezy) on it.
I know this setup is lightweight and it runs very well on my system.
I want to know whether Gnome 3 ,kde 4 ,lxde and xfce for my debian wheezy (from official repo only) will run slowly or fast?
And are the latest kde and gnome releases will run faster or slower i