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    I keep adding displays to my list of stuff that...

    I keep adding displays to my list of stuff that doesn't like to play nice with the REDRAY. It's very frustrating.

    Even though I've managed to get my REDRAY to play to my Sony 4K projector...
  2. Operationally a partition is no different than...

    Operationally a partition is no different than organizing into multiple folders, it's just the system sees the partitions as separate drive volumes.
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    The Sony VPL-VW600ES (or VW500ES in markets...

    The Sony VPL-VW600ES (or VW500ES in markets outside the USA is identical) has a list price of $15K, but a street price around $9500. JVC has a pretend-4K projector that lists around $10K. It uses...
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    Played with one (base config) at the Apple Store...

    Played with one (base config) at the Apple Store last night. The screen is stunning. And resolution aside, the color and other viewing characteristics are excellent.

    I'll buy one when the...
  5. ATTO 10GE ethernet adapters are rock solid on...

    ATTO 10GE ethernet adapters are rock solid on Windows and OS X as well. Their multi-channel host controllers outperform the Intel ones and are priced accordingly, so they're not a budget option. ...
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    Oh, so the RAID wakes up while the system and...

    Oh, so the RAID wakes up while the system and everything else is asleep? Then after a minute or so it goes back to sleep? If that's the case, I've seen that too, but not since 10.9 thru 10.9.2 as...
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    I think I'm starting to see some other glitches...

    I think I'm starting to see some other glitches on 10.10 and everything seems to come back to power management and states with the storage subsystem layer in OSX. I've pretty well ironed out the...
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    Are there any significant differences between a...

    Are there any significant differences between a Carbon Dragon and a Space Dragon? Assuming you can disclose such things...
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    Touch interfaces are a great thing. ...

    Touch interfaces are a great thing. Unfortunately, they suck in terms of usability and ergonomics as far as upright desktop displays are concerned. For brief use, interactive kiosks and certain...
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    You have to uncheck that box whenever you're...

    You have to uncheck that box whenever you're running any external RAID. Period. Does not solve the current issue of the un-mounting, though. It doesn't shut down the RAID or anything like that,...
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    My brain had a premature posting... Not...

    My brain had a premature posting... Not Mavericks. I meant to say on Yosemite. OS X 10.10. Premature, uh, ejection. First I thought I had a bad TB cable, but the issue started with installing...
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    Be careful if yours is a Pegasus2, they...

    Be careful if yours is a Pegasus2, they intermittently unmount (eject) themselves on Mavericks.
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    Promise is on it. Not sure how long it will take...

    Promise is on it. Not sure how long it will take to fix. Also not sure why we're in this situation to begin with because this has been an issue with Yosemite since the earlier betas. But many...
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    Titan Z is a monster, but for applications that...

    Titan Z is a monster, but for applications that can only use one GPU it's no help as the systems still see it as dual Titans, they're just on a single card. Price wise, until yesterday, it made far...
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    Nearly every "RED vs. xxxxxx" comparison online...

    Nearly every "RED vs. xxxxxx" comparison online is a perfect example of how NOT to shoot with RED. <ducks for cover>
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    The 1.8" REDMAGs are based on 3Gbps SATA as an...

    The 1.8" REDMAGs are based on 3Gbps SATA as an interface, the mini-mags are 6Gbps SATA. I have not cracked open a mini-mag yet to see what is inside. But the interface of the media to the camera...
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    Price correction, bringing it in line with what...

    Price correction, bringing it in line with what it probably should be. At $3K no one was buying. I didn't expect them to cut the price in half though. We should see the Quadro K6000Z (dual Quadro...
  18. Ummm.... Right at the top of the stickies in...

    Ummm.... Right at the top of the stickies in this very forum section:
    http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?92999-Red-Dragon-Info-and-Data-Sheets

    Dragon sensor is 6144x3160 and pixels are...
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    Correct, the Panel is an LG.

    Correct, the Panel is an LG.
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    Well, there's not much they can get sorted out as...

    Well, there's not much they can get sorted out as there's only so much data that can be passed through a Thunderbolt port and cable. That said, a DisplayPort 1.2 port, or Thunderbolt 2 port in this...
  21. I guess I'm a bit late to the party, but I've...

    I guess I'm a bit late to the party, but I've been meaning to order one since this Mark opened up orders... Finally ordered one just before the 10/20 deadline.

    Thanks for the discount for us...
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    Funny thing is that TB was originally pitched...

    Funny thing is that TB was originally pitched with the ability to stack and bond connections into higher aggregate bandwidth. They did it again with TB2, but have never enabled production software/...
  23. Too bad they didn't put SDI inputs on this...

    Too bad they didn't put SDI inputs on this thing...
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    Running a single 5K display is the same as...

    Running a single 5K display is the same as running FOUR 2560x1440 displays. That is going to need 40Gbps of bandwidth -- that is TWO Thunderbolt 2 ports, or TWO DisplayPort v1.2 ports as the case...
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    Haswell-E is continued evolution of the Haswell...

    Haswell-E is continued evolution of the Haswell platform and probably would have launched regardless of Broadwell status. As for Broadwell, Intel has never promised any dates, nor made any roadmap...
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