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Phones / The essential phone
« Last post by KRW on 30 May 2017, 21:35:42 »
From what I've seen here it looks good but at $700 it's yet another expensive phone.


http://m.gsmarena.com/essential_phone_unveiled_unique_edgetoedge_screen_modular_photography-news-25311.php
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Phones / Re: Android O beta testing
« Last post by thar on 30 May 2017, 21:22:43 »
Well I finally managed to back my 6P up yesterday, so I could upgrade, and I'm now running 7.1.2 with the latest May security patch. No issues so far,  touch wood, car Bluetooth working OK. I intend to wipe it as my battery is draining faster than it used to and I usually find wiping can improve things. Would have done it yesterday but I didn't have the time. Still not brave enough to try Android O on my daily driver though.

Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk

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Forum News & Chat / Re: MOVING HOSTS!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by Den1 on 30 May 2017, 18:51:14 »
Not as bad as it was ?  about 6 seconds to load after posting
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Forum News & Chat / Re: MOVING HOSTS!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by 1bit on 30 May 2017, 13:05:34 »
nothing but hanging...u guys getting same?   oh TSO say theres no overload on their database... I think there is and they are lying !!!

they have gone completely downhill


Iam in Talks with Chris personally at HXN (Owner), but he is busy working on his site/business ATM so just waiting for his replies on how we go ahead with transfer from Cloud on TSO to Cpanel on HXN - if HXN uses SSD's and TSO use HDD's then this should make a HELL of a difference in terms of database & file requests!!  site should load slightly quicker (in reality)
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There's no question that the resurgent AMD Ryzen processors are pressuring Intel in the mainstream CPU market. Until now, Intel has stood unflinching in the face of the renewed competition and has stoically left its price structure unchanged (except for the Core i3-7350K).
And AMD's recent announcement of its beefy 16C/32T ThreadRipper processors made it clear that the company intends to bring the fight to the HEDT segment as well.

It was only a matter of time before Intel answered, either via lowering its prices or adding more cores. With the release of its new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X products, it appears to be doing both. Intel announced several new high-end SKUs here at Computex 2017 in Taipei today.

Intel is segmenting its new X-Series HEDT lineup into i5, i7, and i9 processors and increasing the core counts. Surprisingly, the company is offering a much lower price point for its core-heavy i9 series.
Broadwell-E 10-cores weighed in at an eye-watering $1,723, but the new Skylake-X 10-core retails for only $1,000. Intel's new branding scheme finds the Skylake-X i9 series with 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18-core models with hyperthreading, which leads to a massive 36 threads on the high-end Core i9-7890XE. The i7 series spans four, six, and eight cores with hyperthreading, while the i5 series has a lone four-core, sans hyperthreading.

Intel's HEDT lineup traditionally lags a generation (or two) behind its mainstream processors. For example, we had the Broadwell-E architecture on the X99 platform while the Kaby Lake generation shipped for mainstream audiences. That trend also changes with the addition of the four-core Kaby Lake-X i5 and i9 series to the HEDT stable.
And perhaps most interestingly, we're seeing a jump in clock speeds for the HEDT lineup. The 10C/20T i9-7900X features a mundane 3.3 GHz clock, but that jumps up to 4.3 GHz with TurboBoost 2.0, and an impressive 4.5 GHz with TurboBoost 3.0. That implies a relatively high overclocking ceiling.

Intel's also reorganized its cache subsystem to boost performance. Along with the normal advances borne of better process technology, the company claims the i9 series offers 15% more performance for single threaded workloads and 10% more for multithreaded workloads.
All of the new models snap into the new LGA2066 socket on X299 "Basin Falls" chipset motherboards, which denotes a fundamental shift from the traditional server chipsets Intel used with the previous HEDT series to a client-oriented chipset.


http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-x-series-skylake-x-kaby-lake-x-x299-basin-falls-core-i9,34545.html


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Chit-Chat / Re: Rocoís Pit stop !
« Last post by 1bit on 29 May 2017, 18:43:30 »
lol:1  maybe you should record your escapades on the way   :D

I told him to do it lol... and post up a pic every other day and what hes been up to... we all could of went on holiday hehe
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Chit-Chat / Re: Rocoís Pit stop !
« Last post by Den1 on 29 May 2017, 17:42:35 »
 lol:1  maybe you should record your escapades on the way   :D
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Chit-Chat / Rocoís Pit stop !
« Last post by Roco on 29 May 2017, 00:38:04 »
Yeah ,I am on the road again , ( not face down drunk :o )  also I am not on the road alone  this time  ;),
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10MNnpHm1OU   

good luck TTF on the host change ,  will be back ,
p.s Den ! , thatís not me in the vid , my gal tells me I am much better looking  ???
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Forum News & Chat / Re: MOVING HOSTS!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by 1bit on 28 May 2017, 22:11:20 »
Probably going to do the same thing, might go back to EZPZ

well im thinking of going back to HostXNow but cant rem why left....think it was same crap... was with EZPZ too ... sure we left both for similar problems... i cant remember which order who we were with

think it was

EZPZ then HXN then TSO

but Chris from HXN was very helpfull and very knowledgeable on WHT and helped loads, think he knows more about hosting than these guys and he uses SSD's - TSO use HDD
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Forum News & Chat / Re: MOVING HOSTS!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by Den1 on 28 May 2017, 18:47:42 »
Probably going to do the same thing, might go back to EZPZ 
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