Honest question: is the "AMD is good" meme just going way over my head, or does the company buy shills to shit talk nVidia?
Driver errors for countless number of users, zero acknowledgement of said issues, TWO released drivers in total in the year 2015. the list goes on.
How is this shit company still in business? I fell for the 390 meme, and now I'm stuck with a $400 paperweight.
Browsing, games, Adobe CS, watching YouTube, watching videos on MPC
RMA'd the card and had same issues on both, tried Windows 8.1, went back and forth with support for weeks, had two of my smarter friends look at it.
The problem is that every forum has hundreds of people asking what's wrong, and no one having any solutions. It's just bad driver support, it's insane.
Best KDE distro? It's been a while since I've last used it (KDE 3), is it still a bloated mess?
Hey /g/, I bought an RPi2 and managed to setup a "cloud" server on it with an external hard drive.
Here is a public share, you can upload and download whatever you want, I've uploaded some fonts and a wallpaper, will upload more stuff tomorrow
You have ~160GB.
This thought is killing me.
Is the universe programmed to shutdown once we discover it's digital?
Vulkan is DOA.
>30% slower than DX11
>not even comparable to DX12
I switched from the Moto X to the iPhone 6S just over a month ago.
Shave off your neckbeards and ask me anything about the switch and the change from Android 5 to iOS 9.3.
What does the release of Vulkan mean for Linux gaming? Could this be the beginning of the revolution?
Let's say someone asked me to provide Wi-Fi across the entirety of a hospital, what would be the cheapest way to do this?
Could I just install a fuckton of routers and bridge them together, as long as the hospitals bandwidth can cover it? Or do I have to cascade them, passing wires everywhere?
>Could I just install a fuckton of routers and bridge them together, as long as the hospitals bandwidth can cover it?
That would be shitty, afaik each bridged/repeated wifi node halfs the speed or something like that
>Or do I have to cascade them, passing wires everywhere?
Yes. And don't use consumer grade access point.
APs should be connected through ethernet to your switches. Switches should be connected through ethernet with your "edge" router, which provides the broadband access.
as many APs as you need, for example Unifi UAP-AC Lite
as many unmanaged switches as you need, for example some Trendnet TEG-S82g
one router, for example Unifi EdgeRouter Lite
So for example I could install 1 switch per floor, and then cascade each router to the switch of its floor? Do I connect them in serial or parallel? Like Switch - Router - Router - Router
Switch - Router
| - - - - - - - - - - - - - Router
| - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Router
How do you manage your passwords, /g/?
What will computer science be like hundred years from now?
>someone will prove that P != NP
>quantum computing will remain academically interesting for decades but will prove too difficult to find more than a few niche commercial applications
>security will still be a bloody disaster
What does /g/ think i should do with all these working 18650 batteries?
Why do normies hate encryption /g/?
Whatever happened to H.265? Is it still too resource heavy to convert entire libraries? Chinese cartoons are usually up to date with this stuff, but not even they are pushing it out.
Good luck /g/