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The Bridge: Save It or Sink It

11 July 2013 | 3:44 am Will you make the trek across The Bridge on a weekly basis? That is the question after FX’s serial killer drama premiered tonight, introducing viewers to two detectives forced to…

The Bridge Series Premiere Review

11 July 2013 | 3:04 am FX’s new series, ‘The Bridge,’ brings two wildly different detectives together in a bizarre murder mystery that also focuses on political tensions along the U.S.-Mexico border.

'The Bridge' review: FX delivers summer's best new drama

10 July 2013 | 11:13 pm FX adds another bold, gritty and compelling drama to their stable of shows with “The Bridge,” starring Academy Award nominee Demian Bichir (“A Better Life”) and SAG Award nominee Diane Kruger (“Inglourious Basterds”).That unexpectedly brilliant odd couple casting is just the first clue this isn’t your average cop drama, despite the fact that Bichir plays Detective Marco Ruiz from Juarez, Mexico …

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11 July 2013 | 3:02 am Diane Kruger discusses playing Detective Sonya Cross on FX's The Bridge. bridge-diane-kruger-sonya-cross-fx.jpg If you noticed something a little off about Diane Kruger's character Detective Sonya Cross on the new FX

'<b>The Bridge</b>' review: <b>FX</b> delivers summer's best new drama – Zap2it

10 July 2013 | 11:00 pm FX's new drama The Bridge stars Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger as detectives investigating a murder on the border between US and Mexico.

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10 July 2013 | 2:31 pm TV picks for Wednesday, July 10, 2013, include the new crime thriller The Bridge on FX, Camp on NBC and Necessary Roughness on USA. PREV of NEXT. Demin Bichir, left, and Diane Kruger play detectives from


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    • Curator says:

      If you’re referring to a DSLR then, in my opinion, absolutely not. Nikon has the most extensive backwards lens compatibility of all brands although Pentax is a close second. Canon abandoned their legacy FD/FL lens mount in 1988 when they introduced their AF 35mm SLR cameras, the EOS Rebel line, in favor of the EF lens mount. To further complicate matters, Canon has two lens lines – the lenses using the EF-S designation and the pro quality lenses that use the EF designation. Although an EF lens can be used on a Canon crop-sensor DSLR such as the T3, T4i, T5i, SL1, 60D an EF-S lens CANNOT be used on a Canon full-frame DSLR such as the 6D, 5D and 1D. Nikon also has two lens lines – designated “DX” for their crop-sensor DSLR cameras and “FX” for their full-frame DSLR cameras. However, the MAJOR difference is that a Nikon “DX” lens CAN be used on a Nikon full-frame DSLR because the camera will automatically “crop” the full-frame sensor to the size of the crop sensor. Yes, you lose some of the resolution of the full-frame but at least you can use any Nikon lens on either a crop sensor or full-frame sensor DSLR.

      Of course if you’re currently using a Nikon point & shoot or bridge camera all of the above is moot – unless you have access to a bag full of older manual focus Nikon lenses or just find the stupidity of Canon’s EF-S lenses being incompatible with their full-frame DSLR cameras ridiculous.

  • John says:

    Will These Computer Parts Work Together? So I want to build myself a custom PC build, and this would be my first time. I think everything should work fine, but can someone double check to see if it would work?

    Parts list:

    Motherboad: ASUS SABERTOOTH Z77 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel

    CPU: Intel Core i7-3770 Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) LGA 1155 77W Quad-Core

    Video Card: XFX Double D FX-785A-CDFC Radeon HD 7850 2GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 (I will use CrossFireX with two of these.)

    Ram: CORSAIR DOMINATOR 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)

    HDD: Western Digital WD Black WD1002FAEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5″

    Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster Z 70SB150000000 5.1 Channels PCI Express (x1, x4 or x16)

    PSU: SeaSonic SS-750KM3 750W ATX12V V2.3/EPS 12V V2.91 SLI Ready 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Full Modular Active PFC

    Case: NZXT Phantom PHAN-002OR Black Finish w/Orange Trim Steel / Plastic Enthusiast ATX Full Tower Computer Case

    DVD Drive: ASUS DVD Burner Black SATA Model DRW-24B3ST/BLK/G/AS

    So, will this work?

    • Curator says:

      Everything looks good. But wow that will be a fine build. If you have the money you should upgrade the 7850 to a 7950. That will max out every game I can think of. Happy building!

  • Konain says:

    Does These Fit Together? And How Many Fps Would I Get For Crysis 2/3 Battlefield 3? Please help im building a pc these are the specs:
    alpine 500w psu
    xfx fx-777a-znf4 radeon hd 7770 gpu
    msi h61m-p31-g3 motherboard
    corsair 4gb ram ddr3
    cit vantage type-r gaming case
    lg gh24n590.auaa50b 24x sata disk drive
    seagate barracuda 3.6 inch 500gb 7200rpm hdd
    intel pentium g860 3.0ghz sandy bridge

    how many fps?
    how many fps on medium/high setting

  • Todd T says:

    What Would Give Me The Biggest Performance Gain? I was given a broken Dell XPS Studio 435MT. It now works (the RAM was bad) and I have put other parts in it. As of now, it plays games fairly well. The only stock parts are the processor and the motherboard.

    i7 920 clocked @ 2.66 Ghz
    Stock motherboard…CPU socket is LGA 1366 and chipset is X58
    6GB 1600 Crucial Ballistix
    EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SC 2GB
    Corsair CX600 600 Watt PSU
    Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB at 7200 RPM’s

    So my question is, would I be better off getting a new LGA 1366/X58 motherboard and keep the processor I have now and overclock the i7 920 (Dell mobos are locked and you can’t OC) or spend the extra money and grab an i5 and a new motherboard?

    Its mainly just the more CPU intensive games that my frames drop a bit (closer to 30-40 FPS). So I just need to know if its because of the slower clock speed or if its just because it is a first generation Core i7.

    If I would benefit more from getting a new processor and motherboard, I would be getting an i5. I know that they are more than adequate gaming. So then my question would be, how much of a difference would I see between gen 3 and gen 4. If there is a negligible gain for gaming between the two, I’d rather save the money and get the gen 3.

    • Curator says:

      Gaming performance took a big leap from first-generation Corei7 to Sandy Bridge (even a Core i3 2100 beats the i7 920 in many cases)

      Ivy bridge yielded another 10-12 percent boost over that, and Haswell is another 10-15 percent better than Ivy Bridge.

      Abandon socket LGA1366 and grab an Ivy Bridge (or Haswell) mobo and Core i5. I assume you’re already aware of the licensing/OEM issues a new motherboard entails.

      *** Update ****
      Tumbleweed_biff is thinking of days LONG gone – AMD processors generally haven’t offered higher bang/buck since 2006, when a Phenom II X4 965 close to Core i5 750 performance for 60% of the price. Ever since Intel introduced Sandy Bridge, AMD has been lagging behind on raw CPU power and bang/buck, since 2nd gen Core i3 outperforms most AMD processors, especially in games.

      AMD processors do score higher in the passmark rankings from, but that’s misleading. Passmark scores essentially multiply a processor’s base score by the number of cores it has. So quad-cores get Passmark scores about double what a dual-core of the same architecture and clockspeed does. Hexacores get triple, ocotocores get quadruple. But that’s not how games (or any applications outside of video editing) utilize processors.

      The overwhelming majority of games (about 70% of titles) only utilize two cores. This includes newer, fairly CPU-heavy titles like Skyrim and Starcraft 2, which is still one of the most CPU-intensive games on the market. Even Battlefield 3 in single-player campaign mode only uses two cores.,3074.html,3063-13.html,766589/Starcraft-2-CPU-benchmarks-Intel-on-top-quads-without-performance-benefit/Reviews/

      Now some games DO utilize up to four cores, such as BF3 in online multiplayer mode, Far Cry 2 & 3, Dragon Age Origins, Civilization 5 and some MMOs. But that’s pretty much the limit for today’s high-end games. Almost no games (except Crysis 3) benefit from having a 6 or 8 core processor, those additional cores just sit idle.

      So assuming you’ve got a quad-core or higher processor, what REALLY matters on the CPU side is that processor’s per-core performance… and that’s where Intel is much stronger than AMD.

      We should note that AMD’s new Piledriver FX processors (FX-4300, FX-6300, FX-8320 and FX-8350) have greatly improved gaming performance compared to the older Bulldozer FX models, which were quite weak. The FX-4100, FX-6100 and FX-8120 all performed worse than a Phenom II X4 965 in games. but the new FX-4300 outperforms the FX-8150. And the FX-6300 is actually a good bang/buck choice, generally outperforming Intel’s Core i3 3220. It’s still no match for Intel’s 2nd or 3rd gen Core i5 (neither are the 8-core FX models) but at the $140 price point it’s quite good.

      Anyway, biggest CPU performance boost is definitely 3rd or 4th gen Core i5.

  • Why Do People Favor Intel CPUs Over AMD? I noticed people liked Ivy Bridge more than, for example, the AMD FX-8350. It has a higher base clock, and I would consider it more overclockable. THIS ISN’T HATING ON INTEL. I like their CPUs too, I’m just curious.

    • Curator says:

      Well, first things first, higher clock rates doesn’t auto translate to the CPU being better.

      Look up “execution optimization”, it relates to the method of achieving more work from a CPU on a clock-per-clock basis. Intel processors are way more advanced in this instance since they can do more work than AMD processors per clock rate. So don’t assume a processor is automatically better than the other simply because “it has 0.6 ghz more”, that usually doesn’t translate to much because they are of different micro architectures. In short, a 3570k clocked at 3.4 Ghz can do more work than a 8350 clocked at 4.0 Ghz in most applications.

  • Saqer says:

    What Is The Best Gaming PC? What is the best gaming PC ever? I don’t care about the price cause I got about 10,000 dollars in my hands now.

    And how does it compare to PS4/Xbox One/Wii U/PS3/360?

    • Curator says:

      It would have:

      1) ASUS Rampage IV Formula X79 motherboard
      2) 64 GB of G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series DDR3 2133MHz RAM
      3) Twin Samsung 840 Pro 512GB SSDs in RAID 0 (boot)
      4) 4TB Western Digital Black 7200RPM HDD
      5) Corsair AX1200i full digital 1200 watt PSU
      6) Twin GTX 690s in SLI (yes I picked two 690s over two Titans, or 4 680s).
      7) Corsair H100i Hydro Series sealed liquid cooler (I might go with a custom loop set-up instead)
      8) Artic MX-4 TIM paste
      9) Intel i7 3970x CPU
      10) LG 16x 3D playback, Blu-Ray Burner
      11) Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
      12) Cooler Master Cosmos II case
      13) Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD sound card
      14) Creative GigaWorks S750 700 Watt 7.1 speaker system

      Of course I would also need twin 2560 x 1440 27″ monitors (maybe even three). In addition to a Corsair Vengeance K90 mechanical gaming keyboard, and high-end gaming mouse like the Mad Catz Cyborg.

      And yes in a few months you’ll likely be able to trump the i7 3970x when Ivy Bridge-E is released.

      This rig would be total overkill for anything. There is no task (multi-threaded or not) that it could not handle with ease. Even without being overclocked.

      The most demanding bench listed on Anandtech’s site is of course encoding or rendering, and the i7 3960x is #1. The 3970x is simply a i7 3960x with a bump to 3.5GHz, and a raised TDP of 150w.

      Processors have become so overpowered it’s ridiculous. Even the top “mainstream” performance CPU by Intel on the socket LGA 1155 (the i7 3770k) is WAY overpowered for 90% of computer users out there today. Its blazing fast and powerful.

      Everyone dogs AMD for having “weak” processors. But truth be told, they aren’t weak or slow. They are faster than most people need nowadays as well. Its just that Intel’s procs are so much faster and so overpowered, they make the top AMD proc (the FX 8350) look like a toy. The i7 3970x is so far ahead of the FX 8350 it isn’t even funny. They aren’t even in the same universe.

      But this is your answer:

  • Austin says:

    Need Help Deciding On Processor, Intel I5-3570k, Or Any AMD? I currently have the intel i5-3570k ivy bridge selected but i need to drop down the price a little is there any processors equal to that or any recomendations i am going to be using these for gaming

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