From the title, I thought somebody modified macOS to run on the iPad. Nope, they just used the iPad Pro as a monitor for a Mac mini. Should of figured that out, because it says they used a Mac mini to get macOS on the iPad.
I already knew you could do that, I read an article about that, probably a month or longer ago. Took em that long to find out you can do that.
You could play games on the new Mac mini, with a eGPU. Would be far cheaper to use a PC, like I do.
I paid 300 atomic money to buy a dress, to see if my guy could wear it. I got the 300 for free, by playing the game. The first appeal I bought, had no bra on my guy. They should give you the option to have a bra or not.
I didn’t go anywhere with their dress on yet. I never managed to get attacked for wearing rags. What about a dress?
I’d just backup my backup drive to it, the more backups the merrier.
The PCIe slot should work on the RockPro64. The post I’m reading doesn’t say anything about modifying it. I’ll look at the other topics in the category, after I finish reading more of this. But how would a GPU work on it? It doesn’t provide enough power, you’d need a dedicated PSU. Also, NVIDIA is the worst you could use, the open source driver causes freezing. It’s not official, probably the reason it sucks.
The RockPro64 might be a hazard, as in sparks flying out of it.
But the NAS case is metal, I think. So if it lights up, it might burn nothing down. Just itself.
I got an old AMD video card, but it requires to much power.
Can I sue them for false advertising? Pretty sure my computer is higher then the minimum system requirements, yet the game runs like shit. If I remember correctly, it stutters with a resolution of 1080p too.
Did they actually play the game before selling it for $60? Probably not. Maybe on one overpowered computer.