Does this look autistic to you /g/?
Year 1 Modules:
CS1106 Introduction to Relational Databases (5 credits);
CS1110 & CS1111 Systems Organisation I & II (5 credits each);
CS1112 & CS1113 Foundations of Computer Science I & II (5 credits each);
CS1115 Web Development I & II (5 credits each);
CS1117 Introduction to Programming (10 credits)
Module descriptions here:
What if your nose is stuffy and you can't breath through it? Will you suffocate?
Does anybody care about google glass anymore
So why is everyone saying this card is bad? I looked up some benchmarks and reviews and it looks fantastic for the price.
Same price as the GTX 970 but
>8GB of RAM
Are all these anti-amd threads paid shills or something, because the card looks fine.
Costs more than aftermarket 970 for reference 480, they trade blows in performance, can't overclock as well as the 970, shit reference cooler and non reference cards will cost even more.
I need a durable portable PC with 10~12 inch screen.
Tablets with detachable keyboard are memes, I don't need them.
Money IS issue, $200 is the limit.
$200? well that doesn't get you much if you want power. But if you want something that's sort of okay, i'd go for a chromebook (an INTEL one). You can put ubuntu on them by literally typing one thing into it's terminal and entering, and it has enough processing power to run cs:source, so it's not exactly shit for the price. They look flimsy but are pretty fucking durable, I dropped it a few times and never had an issue.
are drones just another fad that will die with time? you know just like segways
So I've finally decided to start dual booting my windows 7 with something Linux based. My only experiencing with Linux so far is from one of my classes in which we used Ubuntu server and Ubuntu OS to make web servers and stuff. So far I like how the terminal is on Ubuntu but if there are other alternatives that would be better I would be more than happy to use it instead.
>Made Louis Channel Backup
>Everyone did the same
What am i supposed to do with it?
Say senpai, how you want that motherboard?
Every fucking card out there can draw more from the PCIe slot than the specs implies.
The Nvidia GTX 950 2GB (No Power connector) draws an average of 74w at load. With spikes probably reaching much higher.
If you overclock that card then you are most definitely drawing more power than the PCIe spec of 75w. Proof?
>I see that in the bios they reduced all the voltages maybe nvidia found that 950 needs lower voltages to run stable.
Because a i have a gtx msi 950 oc one fun and i run a medium overclock at 1404 max clock at 1.1875 voltage = 108 watts. (max power limit for my board)
>(MAX POWER LIMIT FOR MY BOARD)
Watch this vid for an explanation. Yes he shills for AMD but he still talks sense about this issue.
Basically it's a fucking non-issue that Nvidia trolls hooked onto. If it was an issue we would have heard about this LONG before on other cards that only draw their power from the PCIe slot and I bet there are plenty of people who OC'd those cards without issue.
Basically it's just a few tards with really shitty motherboards that were going to die anyhow having issues and Nvidiots looking for a way to troll the 480 at launch.
Every overclocked card draws more, which is the important fact shills are conveniently ignoring.
This board isn't for intelligent people, its for shitposting children.
Like this faggot here:
>I have nothing to hide! I don't do anything illegal!
>has at least one copyrighted mp3 on a computer that his parents bought him
Anyone else looking forward to more budget cards like the 460x or 470?
Have they fixed the driver overhead? I'm still using an i3 2120 so I'm not sure if I should go with ATI 460x or maybe a gtx1050.
I'm waiting for aftermarket 480s personally. As for which lower end card to go for I wouldn't be too concerned over it right now because we know somewhere between jack and shit about them.
AMD seems to be dropping the (x) suffix though, so there will likely only be a 460 and a 470 with aftermarket cards filling the price gaps.
How interchangeable are the skills required for Web Dev and "regular" programming for other purposes? I ask because I'm learning Python atm (for computational linguistics) but could see myself going down the Web Dev path too. I'm not looking for resources or anything, just curious as to how much overlap there is.
What a cutie.
Looks like a poor done chink rip-off the R9 Nano to be honest.
Linus Torvalds, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerburg , Ben Zhao
All my idols seem to use them. I always thought macbooks were overpriced and overrated by lib arts people , but after seeing everyone using them , II'm considering buying one.
Looks or performance /g/ ?