What should I do with a dead r9 290? (Powercolor)
Blue = Southbridge
Green = Northbridge
Pink = mosfets
My NB is running 70c load what can I do about it?
What are some good portable anti-virus programs that you can put in your usb?
Can anybody tell why in the actual fuck pls?
Yeah I can see quite a few things wrong here.>>51401705
Where did the guy who was making this app go? It's such a fucking god tier app.
I recently switched over to Fedora, and I'm blown away.
It is by the far the best distro right now for getting shit done.
Its 2015 and windows still doesnt support software raid (such as raid10) and other filesystems such as ext
WHY IS THIS ALLOWED
i know man, it grinds me gears down
Last month, a coworker borrowed my flash drive and formatted my 4 GB encrypted partition because windows couldn't recognize it as a valid filesystem and offered to format it to make it usable by windows
I just wish windows supported more filesystems...
I am going to be doing a RAID 0 set up on my computer and wanted a raid controller that is better than ones built into the motherboard but still isn't too expensive.
I found this one for a good price : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816150041
It has a Marvell 88SE9230 chipset but no on board memory. From my other standing it isn't a true hardware raid because of that but I was wondering if it was still good enough?
If not this raid card then do you have any other recommendations?
Don't buy new, raid cards don't die easily. http://www.ebay.com/itm/LSI-Internal-SATA-SAS-PCI-e-RAID-Controller-Card-SAS9211-8i-8-PORT-HBA-/111825536793?hash=item1a09524719:g:YhoAAOSwrklVEHVu
An old but also VASTLY better card than the one you found, 300$ off.
Fuck Marvell. I would personally use an old 3ware or Areca card over Marvell any day.
RAID0 as your O/S is the greatest joy, ever.
So long as you have a RAID1 (or better) as a data array, you're gold.
Is there a linux distro commonly used by computer engineers? I'm trying to figure out which distro I should get used to using.
>mfw Stallman thinks you should be allowed to blast children with semen
>Not posting masterrace optimized PNGs
Debian can be great.
But depending on who you are, where you come from, and who your friends are, Debian can also be hateful and full of deceit.
Before even more of [reality](https://www.debian.org/News/weekly/2006/08/) is spin-doctored into some [distorted view](https://lists.debian.org/debian-live/2015/11/msg00008.html) of it, and before my past work is being discredited, I will take the high road and continue my work on Debian Live images on the outside.
If there is one thing I did learn over the past years of agressions towards me, then that it is this:...
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What does /g/ use for a repair kit?
I've been looking at pic related for something I can keep in my messenger bag at all times, but I'd prefer something that had a basic little soldering iron as well. Any recommendations?
I would agree that most of the screwdriver bits would never get used, but I think I would end up using a lot of this frequently. I mean it's pry tools, tweezers, razor blade, ruler, and the screwdriver set.
The only things other than specific driver bits that I don't think I would ever need are the suction cup and wrist strap. Suction cup is useful if you're in phone repair to pull off screens, but I don't really do that, and I've never used a wrist strap on something I own, so...
Why would you /haskell/ as opposed to /elixir/, ever?
So what happened to that torrent which had a shit ton of /g/ related books?