Any good reason why I should leave Arch for trying /g/entoo?
>inb4 need to make fresh installation, need to install something anyway
>its a vertical rotator episode
I have exhausted all other options. I recently built a new PC. I am running a 4790k on stock cooling.
>Turbo Boost I get 29-31C idle and 75-90C playing CS:GO
>Stock 4.0ghz I get 30-32C idle and 60-70C playing CS:GO
Are these normal expected temps for a stock cooler or do I have a bad chip?
I have re-seated the cooler already.
I plan on buying a Kraken x61 but wanted to make sure my chip isn't fucked before I blow money to OC it and can't fight temps worth shit.
With pricing and availability aside, are there any advantages of using a HDD over a SSD?
Besides /g/ is there a more cancerous tech site than pic related?
It all went downhill when CowboyNeal was no longer in the polls.
>Lawnmower man was made in 1992
And yet we are still doing floating, flying, soaring (teleporting kek) crap for VR with a huge piece of headgear and cable with lousy FoV and shitty res that makes you want to puke.
I will delete all your files if you do not send moneygram $250 by Wednesday.
my good friend
Should I bring my desktop with me to grad school? I'm going to be renting an apartment, and I don't want to rack up a huge electric bill. Would a laptop with docking station use less electricity? Space is also a concern since the room is tiny.
When do you guys think we'll start seeing fully algorithmically-generated movies/VR experiences? Will they be shown in theaters, or be single-viewer experiences?
just installed ESXi on my home "server" (beefy desktop), what distro to manage my media?
thinking maybe windows for active directory stuff. blow me away
functionality, resource management, learning...
most importantly, ease of control.
I put in ESXi flash drive, install, it spits out IP, then I never need to physically touch it again, can unplug monitor.
Are you good at math, /g/?
I'm not that good, I think I fell behind when I was in middle school.
let's see them /g/entoomen
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Just opened this up, cleaned it, & replaced the sticks.
There any way to fix the old/worn-out analogue switches? Or should I just order some new ones & finally claim my soldering station from a relative?
I think this is the beginning of something beautiful.