Which driver did you download? I'm seeing the latest driver here as version 7.1. It appears according to this forum post, the issue had appeared as early as November, 2015 and that Windows 10 would not allow the driver to install without some user intervention. Did your driver install without...
DAMN. I knew I forgot something. RAM is best to go before Heatsink, I agree.
The PSU should go first even with larger cases because the maneuvering can be a bitch when you have stuff in the case already. Getting the PSU into the slot can be a huge PITA if space gets restricted.
seph ir oth, the best practice would be to wear one of those anti-static bands, but in the case you don't have one nor plan to get one, just touch a large metallic object. The case should be okay to touch, or any thing that conducts electricity. The best type of surface to use would be something...
Don't worry. I'm just baller.
Also, a little retarded because I didn't realize I never substituted the r in the denominator with r^2, so my intuition ended up guessing at something which ended up being correct.
Problem: r^0+r^2+r^4+r^6+...+r^(2n) = ?
Let r = 3
For n = 5: Sum = 66430
For n = 4: Sum= 7381
For n = 3: Sum = 820
For n = 2: Sum = 91
For n = 1: Sum = 10
E(r^i, i=0, n) = (r^(n+1) - 1) / (r-1)
Substitute r^2 for r -> (r^(2*(n+1)) - 1) / (r-1) -> r^2^(n+1) = r^(2*(n+1)) through...
Engines produce nothing by themselves. They are a framework to build something else.
E.G. Source Engine was the framework for games like Team Fortress 2. By itself, Source Engine does absolutely nothing. There is no "start" or "main" function or method in the Source Engine code. That code is...
I think it would be good to get it all out there. To make amends, but that is, in the end, up to Ace and TH. Whether or not they are both willing to reconcile is up to them. If they/he aren't/isn't then we should respect his wishes, and we should let this topic go. I miss AceHart as much as you...