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  1. Online Forums Rules Hello buddies! We create some rules and regulations here to ALCFlex to maintain the peacefulness and coordination/cooperation. -Avoid the common pitfalls of new forum users -Make your questions easy to read -Respond to users who answering your questions, and give updates -Answer lots of posts and start fun conversations -Be polite, respectful and follow the forum etiquettes rules -No spam/advertising/self promote in the forums -Do not posts "OFFENSIVE" posts, links or images. -Remain respectful of other member be all tim
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  2. I'm setting up a new-to-me laptop with 7th generation i3-7100U with 620 Graphics, Win10 Pro 2004. Windows Update installed a new graphics driver, 27.20.100.7990 and doesn't want to update it further. What I'm confused about is that Intel doesn't show a version 7990 at all, but does show many newer driver versions. The latest graphics driver provided by HP is several years older than what Windows Update provided. Oh, and the Intel Driver & Support Assistant fails on this machine, so that's no help. I guess my question is, why would Windows Update be providing a driver that's not available
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  3. Ok i wanted to make this thread to discuss about this matter ever since people started chearing when AMD cut down the IGP in Renoir with some people thinking that the idea was giving "CPU higher priority because IGP priority gave nothing to AMD". Im going to go back several years to the first notebook i ever had, the MSI U230, this was the time that in small factors your choices were a increible slow Atom CPU+useless IGP, the ION platform (Intel Atom + Nvidia chipset with a OK igp), later replaced with the ION2 platform when Intel did not allowed Nvidia to make chipsets anymore, ION2 was In
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  4. Your company’s best advocates aren’t in your marketing department; they’re your current customers. Customer success stories are among the top five most popular forms of content marketing, and 64% of B2B marketers consider them the single most effective form of custom content. Consumer research is more self-directed than ever before, and case studies are a powerful way to demonstrate real applications of your product or service without a hard sell. Here are some ways to write stories that convert: 1. Avoid Jargon Case studies are typically a tool for product research; studies by Goo
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  5. Steam Labs News Hub rolls out the initial gaming news channels on the public testing of News Hub. Through the Steam News Hub, players may browse new and growing collection of participating gaming and technology news sources, as well as preferred sources to appear on the user’s Steam News Hub. It can be personalized so players may find updates, announcements, and events for the games they play or following. The new update provides a broader selection of news available as well as adding its to one’s personalized News Hub as they like. The news sources are integrated into the News Hub
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  6. Nvidia’s been busy this quarter pumping out new Ampere GPUs. The RTX 3080 debuted this week, with the RTX 3090 and RTX 3070 close behind it. But it looks like Nvidia could be bringing even more Ampere cards to market. As spotted by VideoCardz, Gigabyte has leaked three unannounced GPUs: the RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3080 20GB and RTX 3070 16GB. In the model numbers, you can see the unknown SKUs featuring an “S” at the end of the Ampere numbering scheme. The “S” could stand for “Super,” like the last generation or it could possibly stand for “Ti.” In any case, these GPUs will be more advanced model
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