So I am currently having a problem with a computer screen I have. Whenever I turn the computer on and then turn on my screen, the screen just turns white and like blank. I don't know what to do, so I just try to turn off the screen and then turn it on a few minutes later. But that never works! I can't even use the screen. It's always white, no matter what. Does it have to do with the graphics card or something? Can anyone please help me with my problem? Thanks.
Ok, obviously you know nothing about electronics and most likely got scammed. First of all, the board does not melt. At worst, it will get a cold solder joint. The computer guy was right; is does have something to do with the board, but it depends if its a desktop or laptop, if its a laptop it is most likley cracked or it has a broken/dissconnected lvds cable or it has a cold solder joint under the gpu. If its a desktop it probably has bad capacitors.
Hi Gigabit878, how do you fix bad capacitors? Is it likely to be the motherboard or graphics card? As a non-techie but with some tech knowledge, I wouldn't know how to go about this without changing the board/card.
* Wait so rajish I connected my monitor blue cable for display and all I saw was a white screen nothing else but I could hear the windows startup sound but when I disconnected the blue cable for display my monitor just went fully black for my monitor which is Acer blue light means it's on and Yellow means it's off I think when I unplugged the blue cable the light went yellow and my screen went black with no message just full black like I never turned it on does this mean it's a problem with my graphics card or monitor
San Antonio, Texas here, I too encountered these this summer going under my back deck. I do not like them they have bombed my dachshund because he was walking on the deck, we have poured 6 bottles of bleach through the cracks on deck, it deterred them but only to find other entrances. First time I have ever seen them, had to research to even find out what they are. Yikes they scare me so afraid one will get tangled in my hair as I am watering
The environments and and graphics of Mortal Shell were already amazing, but with the addition of both raytracing and DLSS they are going to be on a whole other level, something we have never seem in any other Souls-Like game before.
Hopefully with the new RTX 3000 Ampere graphics cards and the next-gen PS5 & XBox Series X consoles, Warzone will get both Raytracing and DLSS as well, especially seeing as Fortnite is getting it. We will have to wait and see.
With DLSS Disabled, Minecraft delivered around 16fps, while with DLSS Enabled it shot up to 43fps, giving a total performance increase of 27fps (169%). I would like to see better optimization, allowing for a graphics card such as the Nvidia 2070 Super, to be able to hit 4K60p.
The games graphical performance is quite badly optimized though, as I was only able to reach an unplayable 11fps with all the settings cracked up. If you compare that to other games in this list, you will see that most average around 30-40fps, so the developer really has to look into better optimization.
This first person shooter has some incredibly high detailed graphics, especially in its mechanical mechs and tanks, throughout the environments. I often found myself just walking around them, and looking at the intricate details of these mechanical marvels, in areas such as the factory labs and streets.
For this reason, you will unfortunately not be able to hit the magic mark of 4K60p with an RTX 2070 Super, with all settings and RayTracing cranked to the max, and will thus need to tone down a few settings to nab you the extra 10fps you need,or just play it on a better/newer graphics card of course.
My only theory to this is that they are really throwing as much graphical detail as they at your graphics card, to purposefully make it struggle, as this will then truly show to what extent DLSS can help increase performance.
Battlefield V was also not the best received title in the series in terms of gameplay, but it definitely took its graphics, explosions and animations, to a whole other level when compared to the previous titles.
With the majority of the game averaging around a 50-60% increase in performance, you are looking at an extra half a graphics card for no extra cost, as the increase in frames per second, is all coming from the dedicated Tensor Cores, combined with the Deep Learning AI algorithms.
We can see more evidence of how DLSS can actually help a badly optimized game more than a well optimized game, this with 3DMark Port Royal, as it too purposefully creates a massive overhead in the benchmark to see just how far DLSS will help it out, which in this case is a whopping 1100% (11 virtual graphics cards) in performance gains.
The Website: Altered InteriorsMy rating: 1 Â½ out of 5 StarsWhen I do a series of Website reviews, usually I start on a positive note and I never give a Website below one star because at least an attempt was made to have a presence or to sell on the Web. The only positive I could find on the Website of Altered Interiors of Dallas, however, was that owner Cathy Bleecker included relevant content -- for that I increased the rating by just half a star. The information is there but the layout, design, colors, fonts, graphics and navigation are a complete wash that make the content almost unreadable at points and impossible to follow for more than two pages.Every business should have a Website that represents its industry well, but the bar is much higher for any type of design business (Web, interior, photography, art, print, etc.). Your Website reflects your design skills and aesthetic. I am sure Cathy does a wonderful job with interior design, but she needs to show it through the design of her Website.
At a little less than 90 minutes, "42nd Street" is a fast-moving picture that crackles with great dialogue and snappily plays up Busby Berkeley's dance routines and and the bouncy Al Dubin-Harry Warren ditties that include the irrepressably cheerful "Young and Healthy" (featuring the adorable Toby Wing), "Shuffle Off to Buffalo" and the title number. A famous Broadway director (Warner Baxter) takes on a new show despite his ill health, then faces disaster at every turn, including the loss of his leading lady on opening night. The film features Bebe Daniels as the star of the show and Berkeley regulars Guy Kibbee, Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell, and Ruby Keeler, whom Baxter implores, "You're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star!"
Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios, renowned for its CGI (computer generated image) animated films, created a program for digitally animating a human hand in 1972 as a graduate student project, one of the earliest examples of 3D computer animation. The one-minute film displays the hand turning, opening and closing, pointing at the viewer, and flexing its fingers, ending with a shot that seemingly travels up inside the hand. In creating the film, which was incorporated into the 1976 film "Futureworld," Catmull worked out concepts that become the foundation for computer graphics that followed.Expanded essay by Andrew Utterson (PDF, 2525KB)
A combination of musical mayhem and political satire finds the Marx Brothers, under the direction of Leo McCarey, at the center of war between tiny Freedonia and its neighbor Sylvania. The reliably clueless Margaret Dumont is there to bear the brunt of Groucho's wisecracks. Famous for the scene in which Chico and Harpo impersonate an unwitting Groucho in front of a mirror, the film is generally acknowledged as the brothers' masterpiece. Unlike many directors, McCarey, whose credits also include the Registry comedies "Ruggles of Red Gap" and "The Awful Truth," successfully tempered the patented Marx mania without inhibiting it.Expanded essay by William Wolf (PDF, 688KB)
Daniel Taradash earned an Oscar for his adaptation of James Jones unadaptable explicitly gritty best-selling novel set in Hawaii just prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Director Fred Zinnemann translated the Taradash script into a lavish, star-studded blockbuster that won him and the picture Academy Awards. The epic featured Montgomery Clift as a soldier who boxes and bugles with equal skill, Donna Reed as a nightclub hostess (a prostitute in Jones's novel) with whom Clift falls in love, and Frank Sinatra, whose faltering career was rejuvenated with an Oscar for his performance as a wisecracking enlisted man at odds with a bullying sergeant played by Ernest Borgnine. At the center of the ensemble is Burt Lancaster as a sergeant involved in a torrid affair with his commander's wife, Deborah Kerr, their romance culminating in the famous lovemaking scene on the beach.
Most critics were less than impressed and some were downright turned off by this black comedy starring Bud Cort as a young man obsessed with death who meets and eventually falls in love with Ruth Gordon as an eccentric, wisecracking elderly woman. Directed by Hal Ashby and written by Colin Higgins (as his UCLA masters thesis), the film became popular on college campuses in its day and continues to attract a cult following, embracing the warm humor and big heart that lies beneath the darkness. The film's music was composed and performed by Cat Stevens.
This short subject, a mix of live action and animation, was adapted from Winsor McCay's famed 1905 comic strip "Little Nemo in Slumberland." Its fluidity, graphics and story-telling was light years beyond other films made during that time. A seminal figure in both animation and comic art, McCay profoundly influenced many generations of future animators, including Walt Disney.Expanded essay by Daniel Eagan (PDF, 272KB)
In the 1950s and 1960s, besieged by shifts in demographics and having much of its audience syphoned off by television, film studios knew they had to go big in their entertainment in order to lure people back to the theater. This film version of the musical "My Fair Lady" epitomized this approach with use of wide-screen technologies. Based on the sparkling stage musical (inspired by George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion"), "My Fair Lady" came to the big screen via the expert handling of director George Cukor. Cecil Beaton's costume designs provided further panache, along with his, Gene Allen's and George James Hopkins' art and set direction. The film starred Rex Harrison, repeating his career-defining stage role as Professor Henry Higgins, and Audrey Hepburn (whose singing voice was dubbed by frequent "ghoster" Marni Nixon), as the Cockney girl, Eliza Doolittle. Though opulent in the extreme, all these elements blend perfectly to make "My Fair Lady" the enchanting entertainment that it remains today. 2b1af7f3a8