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 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'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'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