Good job Adobe, good job.
x86 is an architecture, so it basically says which words the processor should understand and what should it do after it understood them. So, how can different processors be different if they have the same number of cores and same speed? I.e. if I have an i5, quad core, no strange Technologies like HT, and an equally quad core from AMD with the same clock speed, what makes the difference in performance? Smaller transistors may make it consume less power, but it should be equal, right? or is it like with logic gates, that you may have the same result with two different approaches?
Because one instruction does not necessarily take one cycle to execute.
A single SIMD instruction can take anywhere from 2 to 8 cycles to fully execute.
Each subsequent generation of processors generally push down the number of cycles required to execute fat instructions like SIMD.
Didn't know whether to go to >>>/wsr/ or here since I suppose it's tech support but don't know the crossposting rate.
I'm trying to install Windows 7 on an Elitebook, but it won't recognize the live usb upon booting up. It will recognize and boot into my Antergos USB if I use it, and if I put them both in, it will boot to Antergos and then Antergos will have the windows live usb recognized. Anyone know how what's up?
It is. It just won't boot to the Windows one for some reason. It's works for the Antergos.
It was a Basic Data, now that I've checked. I don't know if it's been reformatted since I last used it, since it worked just fine on my desktop.
Find a flaw, I bet you fucking can't
>MSI Z170A Mortar
>EVGA 980 ti ftw
>Samsung 850 pro
>16GB Hyper X ddr4
>$1300 December 2015
Hey /g/ how did I do on my first gaming build?
I went to /v/ first but they must be retarded because they linked me here.
I need a new case that I won't immediately regret purchasing
I've been using an Antec 902 for 5 years and question my life choices
Been using these cases for two years now, no regrets so far.
Corsair Carbide 400Q
Corsair Carbide Air 240
Fractal Design S
Fractal Design Nano S
Phanteks Evolv ITX
These are some cases i'm looking into for a new built. maybe you like them or not. just search for them and you'll probably find some more alternatives to them too.
Which shell is best for programmers?
What's some easy to fix shit that's wrong with your pc that you're too lazy to fix?
Pic related is mine, ever since changing mobos w10 only boots when the ssd is manually selected.
>not asking for tech support, fuck off
So how's your computet /g/?
my pc blue screened after ~8 days of uptime, im worried
My server has a dead CMOS battery. Even though I could hot swap it that would mean having to move it out of the rack, and it never reboots because UPS backed, so fuck it. Last time I had to take it down I just restored BIOS config from a thumbdrive tucked into its gubbins
hey /g/, i've had updates on win 7 disabled since i've got it. which ones should i install?
>being stuck in a career related to CS
id rather be a neet
Have you done CS work? The money is great but most people get tired of the work after a few years. Talk about soul-sucking
Why? can you paint me a picture of the typical day or link to a blog/article that describes why CS stuff is soul-crushing? it seems like it would be comfortable work
Do you think sitting in front of a computer for long hours typing out code is fun?
Do you think it sounds fun?
If you have an access to an electric kettle, nice music, and take intermittent physical activity breaks it could be okay, I guess.
Better than using the internet while earning zero money
I fell for the computer science meme but unlike the 50% of the sperglords who do cs I'm good at it and I found a good job. However I totally agree college is a scam and not worth the cost, especially since you can teach yourself everything using the Internet. You pay for the name and the networking
My friend studied engineering. He got a job that pays well doing diagnostics on predator planes. He can't wait for the day he can quit. STEM jobs definitely have their drawbacks. It can become mind-numbing work
Tell me what do you think of this conbertation /g/
I will want to kill my self if i work coding?
AMD is so shit that Intel once considered giving a bunch of chinks a x86 license just to have competition
Some no name chink company was actually thought of as an alternative to AMD
Really makes you think...
>this angers the Linux autists discussing their fizz buzzes, rices, and sudo wudos
Let's be realistic: AMD's in debt dept, and its been going down a long downward spiral financially. The company is eventually to be bought out.
WHEN that happens, what happens to the industry?
Anti-monopoly laws aren't going to come into effect because both nVidia and Intel still have Intel and any company making ARM processors as competitors, respectively.
I honestly don't see Intel price gouging as actually happening - it's in their best interests to keep prices low so the desktop platform stays alive. They're already having...
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VIA and PowerVR still do exist, and aren't doing that bad for themselves.
Also, little known fact is nvidia has a chip that can run x86 code, quite well infact. It's in the nexus 9.
Hi, I'd like to use a laptop as a digital audio player connected to a Yamaha stereo receiver. It will be connected via a "mini-stereo to RCA" cable.
I will be using Foobar2000 with Wasapi for playback of local library. But I will also use Spotify and internet radio sometimes.
However, a remote control is necessary. Thinking about using an android phone... What apps do I need for controlling Foobar2000 (and selecting music folders from the hard drive)? And for controlling Spotify and internet radio?
>he pronounces GUI as "gooey"
Anyone preordered any of the amazon shit botnet fones, because I did and hoping the shitty ads are removable somehow
Sorry famalam, but that doesn't have the Verizon bands otherwise I would've got it
Ive seen a YouTube vid of a guy bypassing that lockscreen ad so it shouldn't be that hard