Kaby Lake OS Question
I see Kaby Lake will not support windows 7 but what about Linux I have been a Linux user for a while '); }
Macbook Pro 13inch Kaby Lake - Battery Improvement?
With the new announcement of the Macbook Pro 13 inch, I am trying to find out whether we can expect a battery life improvement. Looking at the Apple site which I assume has the new specifications, the battery life is still at 10hrs. Is this correct?Given that alot of the new kaby lake Window ...
kaby lake pentiums
Hey everyone, I was wondering do the Kaby Lake Pentium Chips support 4K resolution?ThanksBrad
Updating BIOS for Kaby Lake WITH incompatible CPU installed?
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but in my head I've created a loop:I'm building my PC with a Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming 3 and a new Kaby Lake i7-7700K.Out of the box, the Z170X is NOT compatible with the Kaby Lake processor, but there is a BIOS update that will make it compatible. Of course ...
Kaby Lake in Skylake board
I did something potentially dumb. I bought a Kaby Lake i3 for this board . Although its supported....I find it hard to believe its flashed to the latest BIOS to be compatible. So the question is, will it POST at all without the update? Or so I need to track down a skylake, update and then pop in ...
How do we reformat and reinstall MacOS 2016 TB MBP
considering Apple is releasing a corrected/ updated version of the TB MBP by summer I am definitely picking one up. my question is how do we. Delete the partition reformat and reinstall MacOS fresh from start ?Where do we actually get a copy of the OS to begin with.
Kaby Lake CPU will it post on older mother board without updated EFI?
Hello my question is this If i buy a kaby lake cpu will it POST without the EFI being update (not supported legacy EFI for sky lake only) or would i need a sky lake CPU in it first or use a USB thumb drive to force update the EFI with kaby lake cpu in. Thanks.
Are you waiting for Kaby Lake?
I am curious. Is anybody here passing on the current Skylake chips and waiting for the Kaby Lake (mainstream) chips? If so, why? If not, why not?
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