Why are there people on /g/ who get so upset at the sight of threads about the OS that 90% of the world uses to the point where they take screenshots and repost them in order to prove some paranoid conspiracy.
How do I not get cucked by someone while still being able to use a smartphone in this day in age?
Why can't someone make a noncucked simple smartphone that has a few apps, can browse the web, and other things that isn't botnet infested bullshit?
Why do we still have the CapsLk key? Surely we can bind this to the shift key in the form of a douple press. That space could be used for something else.
Something else like what?
We already have some useless button and I don't think the caps lock stay in that side. Plus, it's faster to just tap one time the caps lock instead of a double tap on the shift
Hey /g/, whadda ya think, is ps4 ever going to get jailbreak? I honestly think that they are close to getting it but idk
no one is really pushing for a full on jailbreak because of the PS3 and PSP.
The Vita community is actively fighting against piracy, which is why a lot of devs refuse to release code.
What's connection between ps3 and ps4, speaking in terms of jailbreak? I mean ps3 got jailbreak kinda quick.
Tbqh i do want it to come out bcuz no enogh money for games(fucking too expensive) but tfw no online gaming
did you ever keep up with the PSP?
The extreme hacking and proliferation of piracy absolutely destroyed the PSP, games were pretty amazing till everyone could just jump on a forum and download them, quality slowly went to shit, certain games like GTA got pulled from shelves because they could be used to hack the vita.
Literally removing a game from the community because a select few abused it.
It got to the point people stopped making games long before it was an offically dead console.
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I'm about to start a new website. Should I learn Node.js or Ruby on Rails?
Why is the Samsung 840 EVO 87€ in my country if the Toshiba is 56€ and outperforms it?
This is mSATA I'm talking about.
lets bring the sexy back into /g/
Of course with the permisson of rms, he is the sexiest entity possible here anyway
What are Raspberry pi clusters used for?
Seems like companies randomly make up words, never define them and then use them over and over again in conferences. No one seems to know what the fuck they are talking about.
Every year there is another buzzword and the entire company eventually adopts it. In these conferences the presenters say nothing but bullshit with buzzwords. So by the end of it you have no idea what the company is doing but it SOUNDS GOOD!
Using buzzwords makes a product seem more special to those who know the words meaning or pretend to know it. The. When they buy the product they have words to use to justify their purchase in addition to their sense of superiority
I absolutely hate this.
Tell me in concrete terms what the product/service is about and stop trying to fill my ears with the word groundbreaking, top of the line and other words that have no substinence
Post your autistic homescreen xD
I currently have the 8350 clocked at 4.6ghz and while its a great cheap cpu I cant get past the bottleneck it has to the GPU in games like GTA5. Also I have a 780
*Note: Opinionated rant follows.
Desktop PC use is currently defined by two categories: workstations and gaming. The ubiquitous household browsing PC of the Nineties and Oughts has been replaced by phones and tablets. While this trend has been gloomed over ad nauseam by tech media, it affects AMD the least as they were never able to make inroads with the then-mainstream market anyways. AMD's current product categories, GPUs and CPUs, are still as relevant to the gamer (and at least in GPU, the workstation) today as they ever were.
Zen will never compete with i7. However, this is not necessarily a bad thing. Gaming doesn't need an i7. Therefore, all Zen has to meet in performance is the point where the GPU is no longer bound by the CPU. If AMD can meet this goal with Zen with a price that is compelling, then this is all the PC builder needs in order to begin using an recommending AMD CPUs again.
Further, AMD needs to rush Zen's efficiency gains to product spaces were top performance isn't a bounding requirement, such as HTPCs and home servers. AMD seems reluctant to refresh their Athlon revival early in the Zen product cycle but I would argue that this is exactly where Zen should go immediately as this space is underserved by Intel's offerings. In short, instead of doling out Zen's process gain in miserly dollops as Intel would, instead press it into duty along the front lines in CPUs and APUs as soon as possible.
AMD has long since passed the point where they can bet the house on one good product and then eke every cent of profit from it. Their greatest challenge now lies in winning any product comparison at all with their competitors as at almost every level, Intel or nVidia's offerings are the better value. This has created a hostile atmosphere in the builder space where AMD is expected to fail and thus far, they have not disappointed in that regard. If AMD hoards Zen as a premier flagship offering, it will fail.
What do you think is the ideal phone screen size?
Whatever the fuck big my phone is, everything about it is ideal
GTX 750 end of life & discontinued, no longer listed
RIP IN PEACE
>They really need another capable 75W card soon though
>GTX 950 90 watt TDP.
Any PSU that could run the 750 can run the 950 and the 950 comes with 4 pin molex to PCI express 6 pin for that reason.