I really enjoy taking things apart, building, repairing and upgrading. I'm sure some of you enjoy doing the same, what other hobby's do you have? I'm looking for something new to do.
Looking forward to the GTX 1070. But will it bottleneck with my 6600k?
Now than DOOM is out and running on ID Tech 6, will ID Tech 5 get open sourced, like it is the tradition?
Or is Bethesda too jew for that?
>literally carries around a chinese botnet with gps, microphone and camera all day
Are there any live servers connected to the Internet that legally allow you to try penetration testing on them?
Also, don't think you're funny by posting your employer's/friend's/government IP addresses and thinking I'm going to attempt to test them.
Apparently the 1080 overclocks to 2.1 ghz
Hey dude, guys, what kind of pens do you like to use and for what reason. Money is of no object.
ADBLOCKING FAGS ON SUICIDE WATCH
I'm trying to boot Ubuntu from a USB but I get this crap and it just stays stuck on the Ubuntu loading menu. I'm using latest Ubuntu and unetbootin.
/g/, should I install a custom ROM?
Is it really anymore risky in terms of my data being on a fast train to India compared to installing any other application you give root access to?
What if the developer is well respected (and not even Indian)? (Wanam)
I'm already rooted with xposed
A custom ROM would allow me to Wifi call (currently a pain in the ass to set up with modifying the CSC and adding other files), would disable the ridiculous maximum SMS limit of 3x140 characters, and also get rid of the bloatware in a safe way, without risking wakelocks going into overdrive because a process is trying to find a file I've deleted
/g/, I fucked up
I was writing a custom status bar for i3 and when I added it to my .bash_profile, it did this
I'm using i3 and it won't let me log out, and it's set to auto log me in on startup
The hdd is encrypted so idk if I can modify it from another computer
>anything affordable over 7 inch never
Novidya SLI doesnt work on any of the linux distros properly.... WHY THE FUCK IS THIS EVEN ALLOWED?
Due to miniscule desktop marketshare for Linux Neither Nvidia nor AMD have the financial incentive to develop properly working drivers for their consumer-oriented hardware.
All graphical computing needs of your average linux desktop user are pretty much covered by your average intel iGPU (especially since the recent ones have exceptional performance for what they are).
And guess what, intel's iGPUs work
But unlike AMD, nvidia actually bothers providing some documentation for it