What is your go-to method for transcoding audio?
Is Logitech equipment worth the price?
Why is Firefox so fucking slow, guys?
Uninstall plugins you don't need.
Delete your browser history.
Delete your cache.
Delete your cookies.
Don't have 100 tabs open at once.
This is common sense for every browser.
It has too much unnecessary shit with it. They literally remove good feature like tab groups and XLU addons and add bloat or just provide shit alternatives.
So I have myself a power supplying with two 6-pin PCIe cables. I am considering buying a new GPU but it has two 8-pin power slots.
Are these 6 to 8 pin converters any good? I have never used anything like it and I am worried I might not be giving enough juice to the GPU if I where to use it
[spoiler]I do have a PSU somewhere with the right 8 pin connectors but it would be a real pain in the ass to find it and swap it out for my current PSU[/spoiler]
Power supply and number of pins don't have much to do with one another, dumbo. OP may have an older, yet still high capacity PSU. All he has to do is properly adapt and he's golden.
The extra two pins on an 8-pin connector are ground, so they should be fine. Just make sure you got the juice.
Im about to run a r9 380 on a 400w psu(30a 12v rail)
aint even mad
My roomate just cut this off his power supply unit cords and my.other roomate freaked out at him for it. Did he fuck up?
no...power supplies used to come without them
That's kind of what I figured. But, angry roomate was yelling about how "that mesh is supposed to be shielding, you're going to fuck with the electromagnetic field, could cause a shock, and" various other riff-raff. I was just kind of observing. Wanted to make sure my house wasn't going to burn down.
>"a resistor's function is so that you have less current on the other side of the resistor than you do on the starting side of the resistor"
>"over here you have 3.42 volts on this side, now on the other side of the resistor, there's still gonna be 3.42 volts..."
what do /g/ see in this guy again?
I could see the confusion in the former statement, since "current limiting resistors" are very common, but the latter is pretty embarrassing.
I'm sick of buying compressed air cans.
Are these electronic blowers any good?
Is there an extremely simple image editor that behaves like feh? I want to be able to pipe a filename from scrot into this program that opens a lightweight GUI editor that lets me draw shit on the image and then save it back.
How do you remain minimal while having a tech hobby, /g/?
I feel like I accrue tech and parts I don't need.
I just want to go back to how it was before I started making decent money.
I have considered using my Thinkpad full time, but damn my 34" Ultrawide just can't be beat.
How do you all manage?
ITT: sites for beginners to learn programming
>I'll start with the obvious
I need help /g/. I just bought a power a pro ex ps3 controller for my ps3 and pc. When I plug it in and play dark souls 2 x64 game the key binding are messed up. I tried x360ce and betterDS3.
I need a fucking desk that is flat no hutch that is wood that I can fucking drill shit into and set up and not have to worry about it, any ideas I don't even know where to look. help.
office max/depot, amazon, fucking walmart. you can even got to home depot/ikea buy a kitchen counter top and put two drawers or some other things as legs under it, proper legs are sold for this cases too, hell i remember someone on the battlestation thread did this with a door
Okay /g/ so I've just gotten rid of win7 and installed ubuntu on my chinkpad.
>inb4 install arch
Just bought a surface pro 4 /g/, tell me how bad I screwed up.
How did you guys start to learn programming? I'm trying to learn C and I'm not sure if I'm just retarded or what. It always takes me a couple minutes to fully understand how the program works.
Whenever I do the exercises I literally can't understand what they want me to do or how. After trying to understand it I give up and look it up, afterwards I'm in awe at how fucking simple it was and how I couldn't create it.