Anyone use this thing?
I tried it out briefly yesterday on Ubuntu and it seems alright. I know it's an early release. I can't find a way to get all the Vim-like keyboard shortcuts I'm used to with Vimium in Chrome, though, so I'm not sold.
Nice core design principle of customization, though.
What is some technology that was so bad it nearly destroyed a company?
The future of technology everyone. This is what Carmack envisioned.
Vrdrones defend this.
this nigga unironically uses scrabble to benchmark his lenovo lmao
>set global max of connections in Qb to 250
>nothing downloading, 1 torrent seeding
>log into router and check connection number
>instantly drops to 1000 and starts to gradually drop for the next minute
>open Qb again
Been using it for a year but now I'm honestly...
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Still going strong. Why is the USB 3.0 version looking so bad in comparison?
I'm still doing fine on my moto g 1st gen. considering an upgrade due to worn down physical appearance.
what's the equivalent these days?
>will last me 3 years of solid performance
>not too big
spaces or tabs for python, faggots?
Should I buy this?
Edward Snowden has published his first essay: On Resistance.
x86 is dead
For a long time
Intel has now accepted it
Need case suggestions.
>2x intel xeon e5-2670
>intel s2600cp2 SSI EEB motherboard
>128gb of ram
>2x Corsair H55 watercooler (120mmx120mm radiator)
Need a case big enough to file the two watercooling units. what should I buy?
>mfw these cpus are like $50 and all the ocau wankers are getting ripped off by everycunt selling their x79
>Now their seeing their pretty shit and power hungry run hot and mobos are like 300-400+ new
>Selling them at a loss
I dunon get a big fullsize silverstone
>paying 500 for a 3ghz quad core on a old socket with pricey motherboards
i hope your going to put it too good use.
useless for gaming apparently and new cheaper i7's will be out next year
>he's not using superior GNU/Linux Red Star OS
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