This is a silly question, but can one of you post the template again for me to download and repost somewhere? We hit our download limit on Soundcloud.
@will: hi will im new and when I signed up for premium I missed the part about adams poster which would be great in the man cave. im in newzealand though. .is this an issue or? many thanks. g stevenson
@will: Not to belittle your parent company, but Tested's coverage was MILES better than the actual show (Which I enjoyed, don't get me wrong) Well done guys!
Do we get to see The Rumble ever??? ,-)
@will: @zmaster: Excellent news! No download for me yet, but that's OK. Interested to see the experience of others over the next fortnight before risking my work machine.
We're working on it. There's some weirdness with the premium player and older browsers that don't support flash, but we have a potential fix that we can post when someone on our dev team has time to test it and make sure it won't burn down the website.
@qantravon: It probably won't be until after the end of the promotion. We do print to order on this kind of stuff so that it doesn't cost us an arm and a leg.
@beard: Email support and they'll help you out. firstname.lastname@example.org
@zigorama I use 1password, which is expensive, but really good if you're mostly on iOS and Mac. There are Windows and Android clients, but the Windows client is sometimes janky and the last time I looked at it, the Android client was underfeatured. Lots of people also like Keepass and Lastpass. They're all good, although I generally prefer a solution that lets me sync my files using Dropbox, OneDrive, or Box instead of their own platform b/c of security.
@will: You are right, there will be no DRAM persistent modules for AMD. However Micron may come out with something in the SSD/PCIe card technology ram that will/could be agnostic.
@will: I would expect the technology to ultimately be CPU agnostic, in the same way you can use an Intel SSD with an AMD-based system, assuming a standardized interface is developed. In any case HBM-based memory architectures should be very beneficial to Intel processors as well, replacing the need for large amounts of EDRAM.
@BradGrenz: I doubt you'll see this on AMD hardware anytime soon. They weren't talking about IP, but I got the feeling that Intel and Micron have this stuff pretty locked down.
@Falcon 10x density means there's probably no need for hybrid drives. 64 of the 128Gbit chips they are making today would be about 1TB of storage, and they're saying it scales both with lithography shrinks (it's on 20nm now) and by stacking more layers.
@will: Ahh, that's too bad. I hope you guys do a conclusion to that series once the monitor is fixed/replaced!
@pezking: I'm going to post about it today, but we're going to extend the promotion through the end of August.
@CaptainEO: The monitor got killed somehow, and Norm hasn't found a replacement/fix yet.
@unmighty: I'm reasonably sure we'd be prohibited from competing because our parent company produces BattleBots :(
Thanks Will. Came back to check in, since my auto-renewal processed within the window.
Appreciate the diligence. Just know that if you fail us... that's a paddlin'.
@will I've been fiddling with acrylic glue for ages. The worst part is that any drip or string will leave a permanent mark. I've found that mixing acrylic glue with acetone will thin it out and increase work time.
Although wasteful I've also found that mixing up a batch of acetone and glue in a cup then using a needle tip to dab it on your model is easiest to keep it from running everywhere.
@will: test. ignore.