Anyone familiar with this monitor? Can't find any reviews since it seems to be a best buy exclusive model. Is it any good?
ASRock these niggas are crazy
>you don't need an i7 anon, not many applications use that many cores or hyperthreading
>64 GB of RAM? what the fuck are you going to do with 64 GIGABYTES of RAM????
>A quadro K4000 overkill. Just get a mid range gaymen card. you aren't modelling a skyscraper
>don't waste your money on pci-e flash. Where that really shines is in enterprise environments
>80plus platinum is just autism lol
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recommend me a browser that isn't botnet pls. I'm leaving the botnet behind.
Phase 3 is here, can you solve it?
How often did you have to type commands to fix problems or just get around your operating system this year? I use Windows 10 (upgraded for free from Windows 8.1) and never opened the terminal/command prompt.
hmm been running Xubuntu full time since Februrary, no issues so far. I usually use the CL to update and upgrade, but that's my own preference. I could easily use the software center.
shitty attempt at troll thread.
I think this is the most efficient route I can go with that budget
Is there anything I need consider changing? I'm using a 1080p monitor.
Post your future builds, post advice, insult other people's choices.
Here is the computer I'm currently building:
I've already purchased the blu-ray drive, monitor, keyboard/mouse, PSU, hard drive and CPU cooler. Was wondering if the rest of the build is the best for what I have.
I know the case is pricey but from its ncix video it looks very roomy and easy to work inside of with all that space to expand into.
Hate on anything. My goal is to stay under 2000$ but build something kickass. Looking for tips on a better reference card, if there's a better bang for buck Mobo, and hopefully figure out some fucking way to cool the cpu but I've gone so back and forth on it. Help appreciated am new
Awww yeah, who /notvulnerable/ here
Where were you when Microsoft won?
I have a ThinkPad T410 with an i5 and a nVidia running Fedora. I'm trying to use only the integrated graphics, but I just realized they're not even an option. I tried listing the X providers and got only the nVidia card:$ xrandr --listproviders
Providers: number : 1
Provider 0: id: 0x66 cap: 0x7, Source Output, Sink Output, Source Offload crtcs: 2 outputs: 5 associated providers: 0 name:nouveau
How is this possible? Did Lenovo disable the Intel GPU at the BIOS level or something?
Pic just marginally related.
Why don't you have a Gear VR yet?
so my I got this usb where I stash all the good shit in and today it said I had to format it before I can use it again. but I don`t wanna lose everything on it ;-; . I got so many memories in it I REALLY don`t wanna lose all of it. how can I make it work again without losing all the files on it? can I even save them? (I basicly have everything on it I hold dear)
>restore the data from your backups
it's that easy!
Im not a good self learner and im too broke for college. Where can I learn programming skills to land me a decent job?
throw yourself into programming situations where you're likely to fail.
become comfortable with failure and assume you're going to fail without help.
don't keep rewording your google searches, instead research the functions and types that you are using in the documentation and solve them yourself.
I want a gaming mouse for around 25-30 bucks, what should I get?