I'm looking for an "up the average" laptop gaming. wanna hear your thoughts and recomendations thank u
> laptop gaming
Literally ask the fucking gaymers
So /g/, I've been looking at getting a mechanical keyboard and I've decided on MX Blue keys. What do you guys think of this keyboard?
Blues typically the most beloved of the mechanical keys
You may also like browns
The keyboard is pretty nice for a first timer
Although if you're taking the keyboard to work don't get blues, get browns.
Other than that enjoy and welcome to the club
I have a CCNP but no job experience.
Should I leave my CCNP off my resume until I get more experience?
any one else disappointed with the ipad pro? imagine osx on this thing.
>imagine osx on this thing.
Why does /g/ love AMD CPUs but hates AMD graphics cards?
Anybody else experiencing Wifi issues with El Capitan?
I get this annoying thing where the internet connection will stop until I toggle my laptop's wifi off and back on. Then it will work for about 7-10 minutes and stop working again.
It started happening around the time I changed my ISP so I thought it was my new modem's fault, but neither my tablet or PS4 have connection issues.
Should I go back to Yosemite? Is there a third party application for it that can split two fullscreen windows like El Cap?
>PC is superior hurrrrrr muh graphics fucking macfag u cant play any gaems
Not willing to sacrifice my video editor for Windows and this is the very first time I've had a problem with OS X. Kindly fuck off.
How much cocaine do you think was involved in the process of creating the first Microsoft OS?
The first Microsoft OS was Windows NT which they build using the old VMS developers from DEC and Israelis.
Desktop Windows was an Application until they shifted off the old DOS to Windows 2000.
DOS was not an OS you dumbfucks....
Incase anyone is confused, "SSDs are a meme" IS the meme. SSDs are an extremely worthwhile upgrade.
/g/, Does such thing exist?
A converter to convert a file say "PuTTY.exe" to text? Say to send it over an email or something like that? And with the same software reconstruct it to PuTTY.exe?
Is this even possible?
Tech illiteracy thread. I'll start:
>Cousin says he needs a new gaymen PC on a limited budget
>I tell him to build one
>Says he doesn't know how
>Tell him I will do it for free
>I give him a link with a bunch of wonderful parts
>Says he bought all the parts
>I tell him bring them to me for the Christmas party
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User couldn't login to wifi at work, deleted the old profile, readded it, worked fine.
An hour or so later she ran over to my cubicle complaining that since I fixed her wifi Word won't stop crashing and that I had to undo whatever I did to fix it.
Told her that's not how computers work.
Want to learn to hack
I'm tired of my boring Ubuntu terminal.
How do I spice it up. How do I make my terminal look sexy?
Do you guys have any good collection of programming projects like in pic related?
I torrent programming and mathematics textbooks and print them off at a local print shop but that still costs me quite a bit. So I'm planning on getting a printer that uses little to no ink and just printing them off myself, hole punching them and binding them so that the only real cost is the actual paper.
Why type of printer is best suited to this type of job? The pages are just black and white so I was planning on getting a laser printer but apparently those bitches still take some kind of ink.
That's what I assumed laser printing was; a laser burning the thermal paper. But I can't find any thermal printers for consumers, its either for receipts or large scale industrial ones.
I'm lookin to make a RetroPie for my dad and I want to turn this and other controllers into usb without buying a dedicated adaptor. Have any of you done it?
Part of the nastalgia is dealing with those terrible controllers. I already have mine up and running, using 360 controllers instead. There wouldnt be any splicin' n done tutorials, you would need a adapter board no matter what.
Do you mean without that box you plug the old controllers in to make them usb? If so then take a look at these: http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Retro-N64-Bit-Wired-Controller/dp/B00KBAE52S/
They have them for all of the old systems such as SNES etc. And not a bad price either. Theres also Bluetooth ones if you don't want any wires.
Don't. Use a gamecube controller. The analog stick on the old n64 controllers have really bad lifespans- IE you won't find a n64 controller with a good analog stick for less than like $100