120gb Kingston V300 - worth it as first ssd ?
So i'm buying a pc. Is there anyway I can download windows for free instead of paying for it?
are sound cards useless ?
my friend landed me his sound blaster Z, and to be honest i really can't tell the difference with my on board codec.
i have fairly decent headphones (Bayerdynamics DT990) so technically i should be able to hear a difference.
sound cards are pretty useless unless you actually know what you're buying
for almost all intents and purposes an external DAC will do you better purely because of isolation from the inside of a case
if you skimped on the mobo and got a shitty onboard sound with interference then internal soundcards are fine as are external ones (usb, firewire, whatever)
if you didn't skimp on your headphones and bought the wrong headphones for the wrong system and have high impedence then an onboard soundcard will be a tad better, as will external ones
the problem is when people buy internal(/external) soundcards when their onboard works fine - internal is going to be fine for driving 99% of headphones/speakers...
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I need a new pc i have 600$ to spend. What pc should i get. Oh and i need to be able to use SolidWorks python c++base programming etc
>5 month old packages in the unstable repos
Am I supposed to take Debian seriously?
what are the best cpu air coolers for around $35?
currently trying to decide between the hyper 212 evo ($25), the ARCTIC COOLING Freezer i32($24), and the CRYORIG H7 ($34)
the evo has a good track record with people. the i32 is a semi passive cooler that turns off during lite use and on during higher loads, and the h7 has good reviews too.
should i just go with the cheapest one? or is the h7 worth the extra couple bucks?
i have an i7 3770 not overclocked.
My Celeron dual-core (pic related) is kind of slow, even with a brand new SSD.
Are there any 11.6" netbooks out there with a Core M or even i3 series for less than $200?
You should try to find a Chromebook with a recent big core Intel processor, i.e. Skylake, Broadwell or Haswell. They are way faster than the Atom based ones, even if both are sold under the Celeron brand.
Now that the dust has settled, what went wrong?
>Linux is so hard to install that even Richard Stallman has to get someone else to install it for him
do you want this 128mb ram bro?
Yeah dude i like dat dope heat spreader itll match my color profile
Hey /g/, I'm wondering what CPU and Motherboard would go best with the Sapphire Radeon R9 FURY 4GB HBM NITRO OC GPU. Need help quick.
Why google is still using this new recaptcha?
DuckDuckGo is donating $225,000 to Open Source this year. Does this make you want to use them more?
It's 2016, why aren't you programming functionally yet?
Hey /g/ What's a decent of Gigs or TB a solid state drive should have?