From months of research and ask people I know about their opinion on the best graphic card the answers that kept coming up was GeForce GTX 670 which has 192.2GB/s bandwidth and costs around $400.
Graphic cards are really important in computers as that what makes your game not lag when playing with high resolution and power. Most people now are building their own PC which is much cheaper than getting you own.
But if you want to get a graphic card like that then you would need a better power connection.
R3 Fusion, Inc., a clean technology company based in Rensselaer Technology Park, announced that it has executed a contract to demonstrate its patented SPaCeR™ technology on the treatment of flowback water generated in hydraulic fracking operations. Unconventional gas reserves in shale deposits have greatly extended the fossil fuel reserves available to the United States and will be critical in power generation, home heating, and transportation as a substitute for gasoline and diesel. Accessing these reserves has a huge potential benefit to our national security and economy.
R3 Fusion expects to recycle the water used in hydraulic fracturing by using its on-site water recovery and reuse concept. If successful, the treated water can be reused by companies drilling for natural gas, it could be legally discharged into surface water systems, used for agriculture, or discharged to municipal treatment.
The SPaCeR(TM) (short path condensate recovery) system is capable of high volume, energy efficient separation of pure water from a wide range of fluids including briny solutions, industrial waste streams, frac water, completion fluids in oil and gas drilling, and many others. The technology does not require chemicals or membranes to achieve water separation and has already been scaled to a commercial level. Highly contaminated fluids with up to 80,000 parts per million total dissolved solids have been purified using the SPaCeR™ technology.
Due to the range of potential contaminants and the high volumes involved, frac water cannot normally be sent to municipal waste water treatment systems. This water is normally drained into ponds and then trucked to a treatment facility which is expensive and a source of friction with local residents and municipalities whose roads are not suited to such traffic.
Among the ordinary shoppers wanting to get their hands on the latest must-have product were profiteering gangs. They infiltrated queues to buy iPads and re-sell them at inflated prices abroad. People were reported paid to wait in line for the gadget in London and the U.S. before the iPads were shipped to countries with later launch dates
One said: ‘We’re just buying and selling, we’re not doing anything illegal. We bought them and we sold them.’At Covent Garden, men were seen handing over money, collecting receipts and organising scores of people queuing.One agent, who gave his name as Martin, said: ‘I hope to get around 70 iPads today.
I will be sending them on to India.’ The new iPad will not be on sale officially in India for at least another week.Stores were given only a limited supply of the new device and many had sold out by mid-afternoon. Smugglers are believed to be profiting around £13 for each device sold which will be launched in the People’s Republic on Friday.
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Blackberry users were outraged yesterday on the 10th of October at around 11AM when the blackberry network went down and left millions of users frustrated as they were unable to use there E-mailing, instant messaging and internet services. This has happened before on blackberry so users have said but not on such a large scale and not for as long as this as it was reported that users did not get there services back until late hours of the night. It is believed that the RIM’s data centre had encountered sever problems that caused the services to go down.