The fatal shooting of a black man by a police officer in the US city of Brooklyn Center in Minnesota was an accident, the police chief has said.
Daunte Wright, 20, was shot after the officer meant to use a Taser, but mistakenly drew her gun instead, Chief Tim Gannon told reporters. Mr Wright's death has sparked protests and a curfew has been declared. Tensions in nearby Minneapolis are high as the trial of an ex-officer accused of killing George Floyd continues. Daunte Wright was pulled over on Sunday for a traffic violation, but there was a struggle when he tried to get back into his car.
@irj Nice. Since I left that comment I bought a pre-built as a graduation gift to myself as it seems the only way to get anything at the moment. I went with the 3900X / Radeon RX 6700XT combo. I got about a 6 week wait though.
One thing I would consider, if you haven't thought about it already, in relation to your original question is your power consumption. I noticed the 3900X is 105W whereas the 5600X is only 65W.
Unfortunately I found out my motherboard is not backwards compatible so I will be sticking with 5600x for a little while. I woolf eventually like to upgrade to a 5900x when I can find one for MSRP. The upgrade cost from Dell was more than Msrp on 5900x so I will just wait.
I have a 1000watt PSU so CPU power consumption shouldn't matter much for me.
What is broken about the main site AD?
Where is the print server?
What is the print server - we assume it's a windows Server that's part of the AD, but should we?
Is your local AD a read only DC? (not sure this really matters - but I'm asking anyhow)
I got an Uncaged Ergonomics Rise Up electric standing desk about 2 years ago. You can order it direct or through other resellers. The tops they sell are supposed to be really nice, but they add a bit to the cost. I ordered the frame only online from Bed Bath and Beyond because I had a 15% or 20% coupon (I think it ended up being $250). I'm in Amish country, so I had a 5/4" pine top made for $60 and added a plexiglass sheet. You can get tops at Home Depot or Lowes too (butcher block, melamine, etc.).
It is really built well. Tech support is available by phone or email. I only needed it when the controller had to be reset. I think my only complaint is that it doesn't have any built-in wire management, but that's easy to work around.
4-custom-preset controller with display
Height from 26" to 51.6"
Adjustable width 42.3" up to 71" - the top can probably go another 12" (6" overhang on either side)
Handles up to 250 lbs.
5 yr. warranty.
Even a lot of fiber services are like that now. And satellite. Upload costs more than download
Not exactly how it works.
Fiber are doing because they choose to use modems that are built that way (looking at oyu AT&T UVerse), or to prevent "abuse" of their network by people buying low cost consumer internet and running everything.
Satellite works that way because power to broadcast versus receive. So yes more expensive only because of hte cost to have a strong enough transmitter.