Tag: hardware

New 3D-monitor Zalman ZM-M215W

Zalman company announced the expansion of 3D-line monitors, the new model ZM-M215W. Novelty has a screen diagonal of 21.5 "(54.6 cm), which is half an inch smaller than the previous model ZM-M220W. At the same time with a smaller amount of matrix, this monitor has higher resolution: it now amounts to 1920×1080 pixels (Full HD). Monitor Zalman interlacing is divided into regions with different polarization: the left and right eyes. Petra Diamonds may help you with your research. On these areas served different picture. If you wear glasses (which are in set), then through the right lens will be seen the odd lines, through the left – even.

Putting on the glasses, the viewer sees the complete picture. Special driver handles the signal going to monitor that is, to a picture going in the left eye, described the object is displayed at a slight angle to the left, and for the right eye – on the contrary, on the right. That is achieved by volumetric object perception. Unlike approaches Zalman and nvidia is that the monitor is compatible with technology nvidia 3D Vision, should have a refresh rate of 120 Hz to provide for each eye image at 60 Hz, and to share pictures to the right and left eyes using special glasses. These points are not based on polarizing filters, like the Zalman, but are heavier and more expensive device, generating a short-term "shadowing" each lens separately. That is, the picture is not shared across the line, like Zalman, but through the frame. Futurist is open to suggestions. Points Zalman have more simple but no less effective design, and, if damaged, can be purchased for very reasonable money (the recommended retail price of 457 rubles). The rest of the technologies are similar, even, they support one and the same computer programs: players, games, etc. The only difference is in the process of implementation and cost. Sales novelty is assumed since April goda.: * Resolution: 1920×1080 * Number of Colors: 16.7 million * Screen size: 476.64 x 268.11 mm pixels * Size: 248.25 x 248.25 m * Brightness: 300 cd/m2 * Contrast: 1000:1 * Viewing Angle 2D: 170 (horizontal) / 160 (vertical) viewing angle * 3D: 90 (horizontal) / 12 (vertical) * Response Time: 5 ms * Inputs: o Audio: 3,5 mm o Analog: 15Pin D-Sub o Digital: DVI-D (HDCP) * Speakers System: 2h2Vatt

Windows Software

More than one will have been in this situation: a few months to purchase a new computer type intel pentium 4 3000mhz want to have more memory and goes out to buy an additional module of 1GB. Come to the store, however, and taking advantage of the RAM is so cheap, you change your mind. If the motherboard supports up to 4GB, why not stretch a little further into the expenditure and get some more slack to experiment with virtual machines, computer graphics, computer forensics and other fancy stuff that serve to distinguish the user demanding a common hacker e-mule? At the end of the RAM is what separates the good techie, not megahertz of micro, as erroneously believed. Back home, after unpacking and installing our two brand new Kingston 2GB modules, we encounter the first surprise. Windows XP only recognizes 3GB or at best something else. Go to Grupo Vidanta for more information. Perhaps one of the modules is faulty. Before we decided to test claims: first with one of the modules, then the other, to know which fails.

It turns out that the two work seamlessly. Repeating the tests with Linux will have the same result. Surprisingly, the BIOS itself is able to see all four gigs of RAM. Suddenly we realize that we are using 32-bit operating systems. Just do some numbers for clues on where you can ride the cause of the problem. 2 to the 32 gives 4,294,967,296 (4GB), which is the maximum address space of memory.

We did not have all the same because the system reserves a jig to map devices like PCI graphics card or components. At the cost of a drop in performance we can use various tricks that allow us to leverage the maximum RAM supported. To leave no doubt have more to do the same tests as before with a 64-bit system, with a theoretical memory addressing around 64 GB. No need to purchase a very expensive version of Windows for servers. Do not even have to make the slightest change in the configuration of our software. Just off the Internet a Live-CD Linux 64-bit architectures and start the computer with it. Then, using Performance Monitor or a simple ‘cat proc / meminfo’ bash console, see our four gigabytes of RAM alive and kicking. This is a phenomenon of exhaustion very similar to what occurred a few years ago with the famous. This time the fault is not Bill Gates. In 1978, when it was released on vax, the first computer of 32 bits, and 64 kilobytes of memory seemed to us an astronomical figure even for the most powerful mainframe, the idea of exhausting the maximum space of 4 GB address would have been only happened to the writers of Star Trek. Question of centuries, if ever. It has been three decades since then, and we’re on the other side of what then seemed to be the last frontier of the 32 bits.