Has anyone tried them or maybe knows a cheaper alternative? I've been experiencing a lot of eye fatigue (tiredness, itchy eyes, etc.) and I was wondering if they actually work? Unfortunately, I'm using prescription glasses and the Gunnar prescription ones costs a ton.
What video editing software do you use /g/?
I need to make one of those lame action cam videos from my vacation, normally I use Sony Vegas for video edits, however it seems that they dont have GPU acceleration for r9 390 as it's "too new".
I used Magix before and it seemed good enough, any other alternatives?
Since you're pirating Vegas just go with premiere, it's not that easy to use but last versions have HW acceleration with openCL, it's not as good as cuda but better than nothing and with a 390 it should fly.
Should I open it try to do it by myself? Even if I don't know anything about it's pieces?
compressed air in a can use that to blow away the dust just make sure its not like really high PSI
And remeber to ground your self with a anti static strap, you don't want a dead mobo.
do it on a wooden table or some thing that is not conductive
there's nothing complicated inside for you to fuck up by just opening it
just make sure you keep track of the screws and where they go in case there's multiple sizes
and ground yourself
Hello /g/ sorry to bother you guys with these kind of stuff cus I'm sure you get asked about this shit a lot.
I have $900 that I can invest in a new PC but idk what type of computer I can buy, or which GPU works with which Motherboard.
I need your help, so can you guys recommend a good gaming combination for $900?
How many times do yousudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
in a typical day?
im a computer science graduate and im embarrased i dont know how to speed up a pc. I dont fuck up my own desktop, i dont click on everything I see. I do however do a clean install of my os. This created the problem that I dont know how to speed up a windows pc. Apart from running malwarebytes, defragging ,updating anti virus and downloading more RAM. What else can I do to speed up a pc? Original windows is installed but no cd available.
Hey basement dwellers, what's the best tool to download Instagram account photos on batches?
But I already installed it
Help me out Guys
AusFag here, Was on TPG getting 2-3Mbps realized I was 300km from the exchange.
Switch to internode, 1.9km from exchange, their graph says i should be getting 18Mbps as that distance but I'm stuck at 3-3.5Mbps.
Any tips on getting some better speeds? don't the usual rebooting router etc.
>realized I was 300km from the exchange
No retard, that's the server. Your local exchange would be no more than 4-5kms away.
Internode sounds like they really were talking about the exchange if they say you are 1.9km. There are many things that can affect DSL line speed including the quality of the line, number of filters on the line between your house and the exchange, quality of the equipment in the local DSLAM and whatever else. Oh, and I hope you're not expecting...
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I used to browse the deep web/silk road type of shit back in '09 and stopped when silk road got busted. That place has just gone to shit and so has IRC. Both are compromised by the F(aggot)BI.
Where do I go from here bros? Are there any other "hidden" web markets? I heard that silk road 2.0 is on a market that takes forever to connect to but that about it.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the use and development of robots for the future?
Total communism and POSSIBLE world peace
The robots will be able to retreive solar energy and effectively uss this costless energy to produce our food, harvest our resources, and craft our luxury goods.
There will be no need for economy or employment other than to repair these machines( however at some point they will reach glitchless perfection and stainless insolubility, so you might as well disregard that anyway )
wtf is going on here?
Cherry reds are objectively the most efficient cherry switch due to the following reasons:
1) They require the least amount of operating force.
2) There is no tactile bump. Thus, there is less opposition upon down stroking the key, as the tactile bump must be overcome by more force than normal, whitch means less fatigue for fingers.
3) Upon typing the intended way (hands hovering over the keyboard and fingers pressing lightly on the keys), they are the quietest as there is no audible tactile actuation point. Also, it is extremely easy not to bottom out.
What was your first big-boy project, /g/? Whichever /g/-related project that made you say "yo, this is pretty legit and I can be mildly proud of its utility"
if( user.getProjects() == SHIT && user.postNumber == TRIPS)
Also the pic is a terminal fuck up I had a while back that resulted in a hella A E S T H E T I C
Private cloud (I hate that term, btw) deployment tool.
8 HP DL560 G8's, EMC VNX5400.
Cable everything according to diagram, boot first node from flash, come back after a long lunch, everything is configured.
Automation is fun...
Starting a job at a small computer repair place this Friday. Part time, $12.50/hour, drive sucks, but it's the best I can do with my shit GPA
What should I expect?
If you haven't already been on site to see how they operate, and actually asked the same fucking question to the people working there, you can fuck off you dumb fucking child.
Holy shit what is wrong with you?
>Keeping your PC running for more than 8 hours straight
How often do you turn your PC off /g/?