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First of all, don't worry; 50 degrees is perfectly normal. For future reference, the temperature of the air surrounding your console's main outlet vent is not necessarily reflective of the temperature of the CPU or graphics card(the primary generators of heat in a game console). As far as I know, there are no diagnostic tools to show you more precise ...
AMD Mantle is a new API by AMD that's supposed to make games run faster by giving them even lower level access to hardware than directx or opengl. However its in its early stages, and you may experience some buggyness. Anandtech seems to like it, and its benchmarks indicate its faster - though early tests seemed to be buggy Its worth a try - there's ...
Temperatures in the 70's aren't really high for a GPU under heavy use. Anything under 80 is very unlikely to damage the chip, and most can go into the 90s.
The original PS3 used a cable that looks similar to a PC power cord, like this one: The newer "slim" PS3's use a a different plug-in that looks like this: The two are not interchangeable. If you look at the back of your PS3, it will be obvious which one you need. And yes, the correct power cable is the only piece of hardware you need to power a PS3.
Looks to be an Action Replay. You insert it into your system, and then a game into the Action Replay. Typically allows for cheating in games and copying save files. Gamestop often sells them, whereas I've not seen them sell flash carts.
There are 3 easy steps you need to take to move Minecraft to your SSD. 1. Find your .minecraft folder. Your .minecraft folder should be located in %appdata%\.minecraft on your computer. 2. Move your .minecraft folder. Copy the entire .minecraft folder to your SSD. Lets assume your SSD is D: and you copy the folder to the directory D:\Games\.minecraft ...
As per Wikipedia: Mantle is a low-level rendering API targeted at 3D video games. Mantle was originally developed by AMD in cooperation with DICE starting in 2013. Mantle was designed as an alternative to Direct3D and OpenGL, primarily for use on personal computers, although suitable hardware is fully available in the Wii U, PlayStation 4 and the Xbox ...
You can use mklink to create a directory junction, which will enable you to access Minecraft in the usual way while it is physically stored elsewhere (in your case, on another drive). Move the Minecraft folder where you want it to physically reside, then hit Win-R, enter cmd, hit Enter and input the following command: mklink /j targetfolder originalfolder, ...
The 3DS does have internal storage. The system includes 1 GB of internal flash memory manufactured by Toshiba, but it is mostly used by the operating system and its pre-installed applications. It is also used for storing downloadable games originally made for the DSi: [The Home Menu] is used to launch software stored on Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS ...
To further add to BlueRaja's answer. The cable type required to power PS3's is of the IEC 60320 family, Specifically: C7 and C13 types, with earlier models utilising C13. All of which are IEC standard female couplers. The only difference as Powerlord has stated, would be your region, which would require you to find the correct plug/adapter for your mains ...
Searching around, they should be fine if you get some specific things. Mainly, it means getting aptx codec, preferably a headset with the latest bluetooth version (4.2 right now if I'm not mistaken) or that provide low latency and a adapter/dongle that has low latency (< 32 ms). From to this reddit thread: you need APT-X to get rid of latency over ...
PS3 racing wheels aren't supported by the PS4, it seems developers can write support drivers directly into their games, but it doesn't seem any game has that funtionality right now. DriveClub currently supports two racing wheels. These are new wheels designed specifically with support the PS4 but they support the PS3 as well. These seem to be the only PS4 ...
What devices are susceptible for hardware damage by a sudden loss of power? Computer systems and other electronic devices containing logic circuitry are susceptible to data loss or hardware damage that can be caused by the sudden loss of power. These can include data networking equipment, video projectors, alarm systems as well as computers. The ...
Removing the CD Before you start, be sure that no CD's are still inside. To remove them, there are instructions here. For consistency, here are instructions for removing it on the PS3 FAT Model. Turn off the PS3 system via the MAIN POWER switch while pressing and holding the eject button. Turn the PS3 system on again via the MAIN POWER switch ...
It's not as complicated as it might seem, all you need to do is to tell your computer to treat it as a traditional Xbox 360 Wired controller. If you're on Windows 7, all you need to do is to go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers in the Windows Explorer (WinE then AltD and CtrlV, if you're the lazy type), right click on the Guitar Hero ...
Mine did the same thing. It was a cooling issue. I ended up buying one of those fans they use for laptops. Works great. :)
Get a small piece of marble or granite about an inch thick, set the console on the stone,the marble or granite will always stay cool, no overheating. this has worked for me for ten years. Give it a shot, what harm can it do.
That isn't exactly abnormal. I've seen temperatures exceed 60 ºC at the exhaust ports on my gaming laptop, so I highly doubt the temperatures you're measuring indicate a genuine issue. The Xbox One is designed to be well-ventilated internally and should not overheat that easily. Just make sure none of the airflow ports are blocked.
Looks like an adapter for microSD used for playing pirated or ROM dumped games.
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