So today I found some tvs and they had the tcon board and some other boards wich i am looking to sell but the thing is now I got left is the lcd panel and i am wanting to know what should i do with them i could sell them on kijiji other then that what should I do with the lcd panels. I just don't want to thow them away.oh and they are big panels
>you will never have a stealth black iPhone again
Just your daily reminder to secure your router and WiFi.
>Change the default administrator username and password of your router. Use a strong password consisting of random upper/lower case letters, numbers, special characters and spaces e.g. z1HG b$%FV6% *O9 !n. If you fear you'll never remember such a password, at least create a password consisting of spaces and upper/lower case characters e.g. Cal I Co Red
>Check your routers settings to see if ‘Allow Incoming ICMP Echo...
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Comfortable technology thread
I'm looking for a powerbank with the most "power" so to say, the one which will charge the most things. My budget is anywhere from $0 - $120.
I am not tech savy at all, so this really helps.
If you don't care about price
THANK YOU BASED INTEL
Hi /g/, please help a newbie with your wise advice
Is this a nice build?
GPU: NOT SURE. Maybe Radeon RX 480 8Gb
RAM Corsair Vengeance 3000Mhz 2x8gb
1TB Western Digital Blue
Samsung 850 Evo 250gb
NOT SURE but I guess Evga 600w
Cooler Master Hyper 212x
There is no reason to pick GNU/Linux over BSD
>non-pants-on-head package management
>native software that's not garbage
Also, the linux compatibility layer on freebsd is a piece of shit. Better than nothing, but not by much.
Drivers are just as good as GNU/Linux on ThinkPads and Macs. Shit hardware is shit hardware.
I could spend 8 hours a day just typing in command prompt.
Guys I accidentally the thermal adhesive.
OK /g/ I'm trying to start building my own gaming computer. But everything us getting confusing. I understand GPUs and power units,etc but the problem is that I can't decide which MOBO I need to buy. I know I want an E-ATX Mobo with an LGA 1151 but I want to make the right choice.
My future setup is
1xGTX 1080 or 980 ti
1x Thermaltake Core X9 E-ATX chassis
Water cooling system
1000 watt power supply
But all that's left is the mobo. Recommendations?
I'd rather have advice from someone experienced then to fuck up as I try and build it.
>google thing related to tech
>get a barrage of adware/malware/bullshit when looking for software
>advice is a 10 minute long video for 3 minutes of actual advice "Hey guys remember to like the button now here we are and this is the sponsor and check these angles now you will want to know this unrelated shit you don't want to hear about for this tutorial"
Best music for when your coding?
2017, year of the linux desktop
Looking for a new home television. Want a not-shit one. Target is ~60in with a budget of $1000-$1500. Currently looking at this one:
Apparently 4k is a scam atm but this screen still seems like a good deal. Appreciate anyone with insight. Thanks
How come there's no universal symbol to represent the free software movement?
That's a very good question OP. Probably the closest you can get to some sort of universal representation of free software are the ones who pioneered the movement.
Then again, do we have universal symbols for freedom in general?