Computers

80486

A computer processor developed by Intel as an upgrade to the 386 processor series and commonly referred to as the 486 or i486. The 80486 has 8k of memory cache built into the processor with 32-bit databus architecture and was available in clock rates ranging from 20MHz to 33MHz. The 486 was available as either a DX or SX, the DX features a built-in coprocessor. the SX does not. In addition to the 486SX, a 486SX2 was also available and was capable of doubling the speed. The picture is an example of the Intel i486 SX processor with the OverDrive socket.

4 functions of a computer

Mathematical humor collected by Andrej and Elena Cherkaev The suggested collection of mathematical folklore might be enjoyable for mathematicians and for students because every joke contains a portion of truth or lie about our profession. The selected jokes and sayings contain something essential about mathematics, the mathematical way of thinking, or mathematical pop-culture. We have slightly edited and systematized selected jokes, and added a few new ones. We are concerned that publication of sacral lecture jokes may endanger the respect to math.

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Initial cleanup and lubrication These are happy hours for me, as I get to discover the various parts and features of my new typewriter and I start to uncover the beauty hidden under the filth. The paint on your typewriter may appear cracked and dull, but chances are that you are looking at decades' worth of tightly compacted dirt, grease, ink, sweat, and cigarette smoke. If you can manage to remove that layer of crud, you may find that the underlying paint job is still smooth and can be made to gleam. If you're unlucky, the crud will turn out to be a layer of varnish applied at the factory, which has grown wrinkly and brown with age; that can be hard to remove.

Building a Computer for 3D Rendering

Update: Personally, I believe building a super fast computer for rendering is outdated. Today’s computing power is more than enough to render a really good rendering. Think about it, if 3D artists are able to create awesome realistic 3D rendering 10 years ago, what about today’s computing powers at your disposable? I prefer buying a ready made gaming station, here are 5 gaming desktop: Not all desktops are made to perform the same, obviously the more RAM and processing speed the faster it is. Here are a few technical items you will have to look out: Dual or Quad Graphic Cards, avoid Single Graphic Card.

IBM to invest $3B in building Internet of Things business

IBM is getting serious about the so-called Internet of Things, the idea of connecting more devices and objects to the Web. Sean Gallup/Getty Images IBM on Tuesday said that it will create a new Internet of Things unit and invest $3 billion over four years to build it out. The move formalizes IBM's existing Internet of Things efforts. IBM's smarter-planet and smarter-cities businesses are connected to the Internet of Things trend. The rough idea behind the Internet of Things is that sensors will be embedded in everything and networked to create data.

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Search comic titles and transcripts: RSS Feed - Atom Feed Comics I enjoy: Warning: this comic occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors). BTC 1FhCLQK2ZXtCUQDtG98p6fVH7S6mxAsEey We did not invent the algorithm. The algorithm consistently finds Jesus. The algorithm killed Jeeves. The algorithm is banned in China. The algorithm is from Jersey. The algorithm constantly finds Jesus.

The Best $200 In-Ear Headphones

*At the time of publishing, the price was $150. Wait…$90 headphones beat out $200-plus headphones. Stop the damn presses. It was the kind of game-changing find that tips the scales and makes me love my job so much. The only complaint we have is that they lack a mic or remote of any kind, which you can find in our runner-up pick. While we think that the XBA-H1 is a great pick for most people, it was not an easy pick because so much good stuff has come out over the past year. That said, the quibbles we have with the runner-up (or even our fourth-place pick) will only be noticeable if you have listened to as many headphones as we have or listen to all of them back-to-back, as we did.

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