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Grnfinger
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computer tech, avid programmer. terrible poker player. love to share ideas and make new friends. Ever need computer help (tech or parts) chat me up you never know.
computer tech, avid programmer. terrible poker player. love to share ideas and make new friends. Ever need computer help (tech or parts) chat me up you never know.

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I have a couple questions about a network I hope I can get a answer to.

1. Can I connect to a wireless network if I know the SSID and 8 dig. PIN?

2. I have the routers IP and can log in as a guest, how would I get the admin password or is it just a crap shoot?

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ISSC 22 Cal Semi Auto, going to be a fun day.
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Anyone ever return something to Newegg?

I bought a motherboard about 25 days ago, never used it or cracked the static bag. Won a board and don't need the one I bought from the Egg.
How smooth is the process and how do I start the return and do I get a refund or a credit?

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AMD officially remains silent about performance that can be expected from its Radeon R9 Fury X, but WccfTech web-site has published official performance benchmarks of the graphics board listed in the reviewer’s guide of the adapter. Such guides are written by independent hardware vendors (IHVs) to assist reviewers of their products. The documents are designed to provide reference performance numbers in order to reveal what type of performance to expect from a graphics card or a microprocessor. While the RG papers are not supposed to unveil weak points of solutions, they tend to be rather accurate and faithful.
The benchmark results were obtained on an unknown test system in various games in 3840*2160 resolution with or without antialiasing. AMD’s specialists compared the Radeon R9 Fury X to Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti, which costs equal amount of money ($649) and which is only slightly behind the flagship GeForce GTX Titan X in terms of performance.
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Lot's of free goodies

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With a name hearkening back to earlier times, AMD is set to release Fury to combat Nvidia’s Titan X. While we’ve long known that Fury carries HBM, the exact lineup details have been more sketchy. A new report coming from hwbattle [Korean] suggests that the Fury lineup will consist of three chips, Fury Pro, Fury XT and Fury Nano. Giving past naming conventions, the XT will be the high-end model followed by the Pro and Nano.

Three models does make some sense as there is quite a performance gap in AMD’s lineup if they want to beat the Titan X. While it’s good to have a product that can match or beat the Titan X, it’s also important to have cards that can slot in against the 980Ti and the 980. It does jive with the fact that some rumors had suggested that Fury would beat Titan X while others have said it loses to the 980Ti. With 3 different Fury cards, it’s very well possible for the XT model to beat Titan X while the Pro or Nano might fall short of the TitanX or even the 980Ti.

hwbattle Fury Leak AMD

According to the source, reference models will launch with water-cooled models as have been previously leaked. In addition, air cooled reference models are also expected to debut at launch, potentially in a three fan configuration like the HD 7990 and other non-reference models of the past. Given the expected specifications and how hot comparable products like the 295X2 and Titan X are, heat is expected to be high, explaining the water cooling but the source suggests that noise won’t be an issue with the reference coolers this time around.

For the first month or so of availability, only reference models will be available. The supply of these models is expected to be limited, but non-reference cards from partners are expected to arrive between mid-August and early September. It’s critical to note that all this information so far is an unconfirmed leak. AMD will reveal more information next week on June 16th so stay tuned till then.
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