- In most places, have a complete or a near-complete monopoly on service
- Offer shit service because of this
- Enforce the wishes of Hollywood to threaten and data mine their customers
- #1 Most hated companies in existence
- Biggest lobbyists for ending net neutrality
Why is this so expensive and why do people pay so much for it?
How would you improve on current laptop design?
What's there to improve?
Parts are already standarized, you can switch the cpu or gpu on high-end models but you end with a big-ass laptop.
And small laptops need to have the parts soldered, that's why you buy good specs from the beggining if you want the best portable device.
You can do this on most laptops today. Good laptops.
I just bought this beauty and more ram for mine.
What's THE resolution of 2016?
People aren't still using 2560x1440 and lower are they?
Might not be the best place to ask, but I know there are some macfags here and I would like a generally unbiased opinion. I bought a Macbook Pro in 2010 and it's got Snow Leopard 10.6.8 on it. I've temporarily had other Macbooks with Tiger and Leopard, and to me, Snow Leopard is an awesome, awesome OS. Then I downloaded Mavericks because SL was being phased out and it was a steaming pile of shit. So I went back to SL 10.6.8. Anybody here have El Capitan? Is it good?
tldr is El Capitan good or bad
>Whereas GeForce GTX 1080 comes equipped with a full GP104 sporting 20 Steaming Multiprocessors across four Graphics Processing Clusters, 1070 sheds a complete GPC, losing five SMs in the process. That leaves it with 15 SMs, or 1920 CUDA cores (vs. 2560) and 120 texture units (vs. 160).
This is probably a retarded question, but would it be possible to just enable that 4th gpc on a gtx 1070?
How do I graduate from /g/?
By actually installing gentoo and living like a freetard?
Should I upgrade my i5 2500k ?
I'm buying 1070 and I don't know if my processor won't drag the GPU down.
I'm only talking about gaming performance
Obviously upgrading is always better so why not but the thing is I'm broke as fuck
Which way do you prefer?
I did the first style in school because that's how I learned to program. Then I read K&R and the Linux kernel coding style guide and discovered that anything not K&R is wrong because (a) K&R are _right_ and (b) K&R are right.
Well, /g/, thoughts?
>AMD will be bought out by Samsung in your lifetime
Is it true you americans can't buy the GTX1080 for $699, but that 699 is only the net price without tax?
Because in europe everyone is saying the 1080 costing 799€ ($889) here is because 699 is only the dollar price without tax and our price ($889) is with tax included.
The founders edition is $699 in the US. Non-founders is like a $100 cheaper.
Tax depends on the state you are in. Mine in Pennsylvania is 7%, but it isn't charged on all websites. Only those that have a place in my state.
>install windows 7 sp1
>upgrade to windows 10
>free windows 10
is this still the easiest way to get free windows 10
>inb4 why not stay on 7
because I'm upgrading to a skylake system with a 4k monitor. Need that hardware support senpaitachi.
nah. linux is for my laptop and fun. windows is for my desktop that I never want to crash, never want to reinstall, and to keep my files backed up permanently
I keep windows installs for upwards of 5 or more years. I rarely keep a linux install for 6 months. I'm never satisfied with one enough to not try out something else
I made a simple site for posting code. Thought I'd post it here first. It's completely empty, have fun!