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ASUS Premium Care Commercial Support Contact Us Deal Registration Rebate Centre Security Advisory ASUS Support Videos MyASUS About Us About ASUS . Jul 03,  · My BIOS says its version (released 05/04/) but on the support website, this version doesn’t exist and (presumably an older version) was released on /05/ From my research, although this version doesnt agree with the support website, googling “asus rog strix bf bios ” returns a few CPU-Z validations with other people running this exact version too. PRIME B series motherboards are engineered with industry-leading 5X Protection III, employing the finest components, excellent circuit design, and exacting standards to guarantee the quality and long-term durability of your motherboard.
 
 
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Palm m130 color: 12 bit instead of 16

According to Wired Magazine, an error was found in the specifications of the entry-level Palm m130 pocket PC – it turns out that the color in it is not 16-bit. Palm admitted that it doesn’t actually support 65536 colors, but 58621, which is pretty close to 16-bit color, but isn’t actually supported.

The company apologizes to all of its customers who bought the m130 and is now making changes to all advertisements and changing the packaging of the device. What is the reason for the discrepancy between the resulting 58621 colors and the declared 65536?

The reason is alleged to be due to the use of a 12-bit color screen, which itself is capable of displaying 4096 colors. Using a special system for creating color shades, Palm planned to emulate 16-bit color, but not everything turned out to be so simple (it seems that some color shades were duplicated) and all 65536 colors could not be obtained. Of course, in most applications, the difference is not visible, and the difference between 12-bit and 16-bit color becomes discernible when playing computer games or viewing high-resolution digital photos.

It is not yet clear whether Palm deliberately made such a mistake, but there is already a precedent – when the first Jornada from Hewlett-Packard appeared, the company claimed that its screen supports 16-bit color, although in fact it was 12-bit and without any additional shading systems. Then HP was forced to return some of the money to its customers. How Palm will behave in the future is not known.

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