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Provider of a website with reviews and news about PC hardware. IT experts, technology innovators, and early adopters looking to buy PC hardware products and services can get reports from the business. Motherboards and RAM, Graphics Cards, Audio Video, Handheld Devices, PCs and HowTo, Games and Entertainment, Processors, Monitors, Mass Storage, Peripherals and Consumer Electronics, Networking, and Company Reports are just some of the subjects covered. It has six language-specific websites. [Keyw…Display all]
Provider of a website with reviews and news about PC hardware. IT experts, technology innovators, and early adopters looking to buy PC hardware products and services can get reports from the business. It provides information in the following areas: Show all motherboards
The Frost Commander 140 is Thermalright’s new flagship air cooler. This huge “D-type” dual fin-stack cooler is intended for tower-style builds. The cooler’s exact height of 160 mm can scrape the side panel of most mid-tower cases. Five 8 mm thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes skewered two equal-sized stacks of 53 aluminum fins each, making indirect contact with the CPU via a mirror-finished nickel-plated copper foundation. The cooler comes with two fans: a smaller 120 mm fan that drives fresh air into the first fin-stack, and a larger 140 mm fan that circulates the air between the two fin-stacks. Mounting clips are included, allowing you to install up to three fans with a diameter of up to 140 mm.
Bitspower has revealed a full-coverage water block for the Galax/KFA2 GeForce RTX 3090 EX Gamer graphics card in the Classic series (model: BP-VG3090GXEXG). This card uses a slightly modified version of the NVIDIA reference-design board for the GA102, and it can be used in a range of Galax, KFA2, and other AIC partners’ custom-design cards. The Bitspower Classic water-block for this card is made of nickel-plated copper and draws heat from the GPU, VRM, and memory chips on the card’s obverse side. Thermal-pads and an aluminum back-plate are used to draw heat away from the memory chips on the reverse side. The top is made of transparent acrylic. This top is adorned with addressable RGB LEDs that are driven by a 3-pin ARGB header. Normal G 1/4″ fittings are provided by the block. It is 264 mm x 138 mm x 28 mm in size (LxHxW). It costs $250 and is currently accessible.
No, I still have the same problem. Yeah, there is data in the fields. However, the information there is recalled from a previous session. Lazarus Form Recovery 2.3.1, NoScript 184.108.40.206 (although I allow all scripts to run on toms), and uBlock Origin 1.9.16 are the plugins I use. No matter what I do, I can’t get the button to work…
On the website, it is by default. They necessitate user intervention, i.e. non-programmatic entry/change of field contents. This isn’t a browser bug, but rather a website design choice (most likely to prevent automated form filling and/or programmatic login abuse).
Tom’s hardware question
Is there someone who knows what’s wrong with Tom’s hardware? I go to the web, click on my name at the top right of the page, go to Forums, and post, but it takes me back to the login screen and does not function from there. Recently, there have been issues accessing the web “this site cannot be accessed” and “DNS address could not be identified.” There are no issues on this site!
It’s a never-ending issue. My name was at the top right of the page a few days ago, I typed in a question, and when I hit the post button, it threw me back to the welcome back / login page, and I haven’t been able to log in since. Some pages, such as this one, have no issues, while others, such as Toms and Dell, have major issues. My name is now at the top right of the page, and yes, the same old issue has kicked me out once again! This is very inconvenient!
Have you tried another browser (such as Chrome, Firefox, or Edge)? Perhaps the problem is caused by an extension or add-on. Since you’re having problems with Dell’s website as well, it’s most likely something on your end.