>/g/ Cringe Thread
This pentium 4 was glued to the heatsink, tried to remove it, and popped the IHS & the die.
What OS do you use, /g/?
>Max Strzelecki was born with no arms. He develops video games by coding with his feet.
And here you are, sitting on your ass, waiting for someone to teach you how to code.
>And here you are, sitting on your ass, waiting for someone to teach you how to code.
Some of us already know how to program, Anon. That said, interesting to see how people adapt to learn how to program. I've also heard interesting stories of blind people programming.
Sup /g/ my galaxy S5 battery is not holding a charge like it used to, is there a better than OEM battery i can get that will last longer? If not where is best place to get replacement
Is Google Cardboard good? I just bought a viewer
Why do my torrents and scripts running stop when I lock my screen on Gnu/Linux?
This is not the case with Window(tm)
is signal processing comfy?
it looks pretty comfy
Anyone else going up upgrade to broadwell-e when it's out and then never buy a new cpu again or is it just me?
Guys this really pisses me off.
How can a craft like this have functioning rotor-blades when the wings literally split at the axle where the blades are attached to? How can you splitting wings and still have a functioning jet-engine? I fucking hate it when films push too fucking hard for the coolness effect to the point that even an idiot could tell something is unrealistic.
I'm on a fresh install and I was on IE to download drivers when I heard a song I liked on the radio. Naturally I googled the first line I could hear clearly but since I was using Internet Exploder it defaulted to Bing and it returned fucking useless garbage. Went to google to test it out and wow a full page of exactly what I wanted.
What the fuck is wrong with Microsoft? Why can't they get it together?
Now that you mention it I have heard this, maybe I'll give it a try, but I tried Yahoo of all things and it came up with the song too. It's like Bing specifically doesn't want to give you the right results
What are your thoughts on competitive overclocking?
Are desktop monitors obsolete?
Hey /g/ how should I call my home wireless network?
We're approaching the physical and economic limits of consumer-affordable native graphics.
If games were rendered remotely on supercomputers with 2,000+ Pascal GPUs and Xeon CPU's, would it be possible to achieve reatime CGI fidelity in games? It's true, real-time will always fall behind slow render farms used by Hollywood, but I think it'll possible to create Avatar level fidelity in realtime, by the next decade.
Latency will always be an issue to be worked out, as will vendor control of cloud infrastructure, but I think it could be a revolution...
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>implying we won't all die when Moores's Law ends and the divergence occurs
No for a number of reasons.
You're assuming normies have unlimited bandwidth (they don't)
You're going to lose image quality in the encode -> deliver -> display stack so you're going to waste a good amount of computer power for naught
Engineers do cutting edge robotics research with Ubuntu as their OS of choice.
Autists still can't get X working on their archleenox.