>ctrl+m is the same as return
It's a mute toggle
/g/ is now a good time to get a pebble? Are they truly open source? Are they any good?
Get Pascal now or Polaris later?
Depends on what you want from your GPU, AMD seems to be gunning for the entry/mid-range price + performance segment, while Nvidia is chugging along with max speed for more money.
At least for the near future, Pascal will dominate the charts for enthusiasts who want or use VR, 4K or 120/144hz displays. Once Polaris lands, it'll be a modestly priced chip for the 1080p60 console killer HTPC crowd.
Does ophcrack still work? I have a VM that I don't remember the password or username for
/CSG/ Chink Shit General
>IRC channel #/csg/ on rizon
Chink Shit Wiki:
Anon gets an LED fan >>54710532 >>54711452
Anon buys a Shark /csg/ mouse pad >>54710686
Review of the Terios T3 Gamepad Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Chat with Microsoft's MurphyBot:
>all image viewers are still worthless pieces of shit
>no support for eps and ai or cdr
>just pure fucking shit UX and UI
I have a dilemma /g/. I want to git gud at building computers and have with some help built my current one, but I am not competent enough to trust myself installing all the expensive components I bought for it and so did it under supervision.
Is there a way I can find a bunch of cheap as fuck computer parts so I can try and put together something myself without the fear of breaking a $300 component?
> buying shit for literally no reason
Why don't you just watch some youtube videos of people who know what they're doing like the rest of the planet does numbnuts?
I use i3 4170 and I think it bottlenecks when playing bf4 and such, what should I get instead of i3 4170?
gfx: Asus 270x 4gb
get an i7 processor with 32gb of ram, you dont need a gfx because the processor and ram will be blazing fast. 1000fps confirmed every game.
IT jokes thread? IT jokes thread.
Can we have a tech cringe thread.
I stepped on my old S5 like a tard spiderwebbing the screen.
>pay 100-150 to repair it, or
>wait until July when my contract is up and get a new phone
A new S5 would cost the same as the repair, whereabouts. Any reason to upgrade to the s6 or s7? The lack of battery accessibility bothers me a little.
Do I use a condenser microphone if I want to record a small room with 2-6 people in it so that I can record their idle talk, don't really care about ambient noise, just need to record their voice well enough so I can hear it well. Think of it as a security mic setup.
TL;DR how do I microphone