Critique my build plz
I was going for something cheap & reasonably portable but powerful. I already have SSD, monitor, fan. Thoughts?
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I bought a new cooler for my i7 processor (noctua nh-u9b). After installing it and putting my z87a motherboard on, none of my motherboard 4pin fan slots are working. I've tried arranging them in different ways but nothing seems to work. Not even the cpu fan pin. The only thing that works is the one connected straight to my psu.
My old cooler had a 4pin head and the noctua has a 3pin like all the other chassis fans if that matters.
A user enters the term "Apple" into an image search.
What is the likelihood of them looking for the company, or the fruit?
Can someone tell me why the fuck I only get artifacts in half of my games and only in Win10 in 1080p. Everything runs perfect in Win7 every time I revert back to it. Doesn't matter how low I turn the settings in 1920x1080, different models keep flickering.
What have you contributed to the Free Software Foundation?
How do I make myself interested in programming?
I want to learn it on my path to stop being so inept with technology but I can't help but be bored by the lessons on code academy
Here is how I use my phone.
I ride a motorcycle full time and I have a bluetooth comset in my helmet. I touch the phone button and speak a command to Siri. I can say "shuffle my music" or "send text message" or "read text message" or "check my email" or "get directions". It all works perfect.
I tried a Samsung a couple years ago, and google wouldn't do anything for me when the phone was locked and in my pocket.
I am now up for an upgrade.
Does Google now have the capability to work as I need it, or should I stick...
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That's the shillest advice ever
I would say that yes, Android should work for you.
This should help.
However, I would expect you to be responsible consumer and inform yourself, even try and test your use scenarios before you buy.
Don't trust anons on internet, make sure shit can be done before you buy.
What is /g/'s opinion on RJ .5 connectors? How do you even crimp these?
Do you think it's worth rewiring miles of cable to double the amount of available rackspace?
On consumers tech, probably. For very small devices, tho wireless is most of the time just easier.
For the rest, I don't know.
Maybe for high end device that are able to handle double the amount of traffic. On the other hand, there's no real need to make devices smaller in those environments that have standardized sizes (racks for example)
>Do you think it's worth rewiring miles of cable to double the amount of available rackspace?
obviously no fucking way. "rackspace" is cheap as fuck, and adequate spacing is required anyway for cooling.
A million dollars isn't cool.
You know what's cool?
OH WOW OH WOW OH WOW
You niggas thought I was dead? No...I was just in space you know helping to give peace in other alien planets. I had sex with a couple of them and denied the child was mine too. But that's not important now. The important thing to worry about is...I'm back (cheering and applaud) and I will make apple great again.
The crowd full of Bernie supporters look in confusion and disgust as the words "make", " great" and "again" bleed through his lips. Everyone chimps the fuck out, grabbing at anything they can and smashing others across the head.
The intense sound of crying and ad hominems is too much for Steve to bear. He hops onto his space ship and flies back to the planet he came from. "Maybe I waited too long, seeing as it's <current year>..."
I mean like, i guess
windows is the best
i cannot wait for Microsoft to revolutionize technology again
So, google is forcing older browsers to display the older, shittier version of google. I wasn't affected by this until very recently. Does anyone know how to get new google to work with an older browser? I'm using Opera 12.
Yeah, I know, but I use their image search a lot since others aren't as good.
Don't want to.
I know /g/ is not tech support, but I can't find anything that helps with this problem, since it seems kind of specific.
So what do you look for when buying an SSD?
I'm looking to buy one but for some reason the same SSD on paper (size/read-write speeds) sometimes costs twice as another.