It assumed you had a stroke halfway through typing and fixed it for you, so you could spend your last moments revelling in the great deeds of the great leader who could do no wrong.
What do you fellas generally do when you get new hardware?
>Uninstall driver from control panel
>Get some driver cleaner software
>Use windows reset thingo
>Format hard drive and reinstall windows
I dont give a fuck what linux users do so dont bother telling me
>What do you fellas generally do when you get new hardware?
"Fuck, do I need to shut down my computer and open up the cabinet again?"
>I dont give a fuck what linux users do so dont bother telling me
Fuck you too, OP.
>reinstalling your OS because you replace your graphics card
That's not even a problem with Windows, that's just you being a massive retard.
Holy shit is /g/ raiding /b/??
I built my PC 2 weeks ago and it has been working fine till today. I turn on my PC today and everything is working fine except my fans are unusually loud so i restart my PC the actual computer powers on as expected( all the lights and fans are on including the lights on the GPU) my whole computer was powered but my monitor says that there is no HDMI signal even though it is connected and was working just a minute ago. I try reconnecting the cable and completely powering off my PC and it still had the same problem. I tried with VGA, DVI AND HDMI on the motherboard and on the...
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>it's an anon thinks /g/ is his personal tech support episode
What does /g/ think of Ubuntu Touch? Are there any better open source mobile OSes?
>linux is more secure than apple and windows
OpenPandora is now 150€ new! But then again, you might as well put some money aside and buy the Pyra in a few months.
Am I considered a selfish asshole based off this screenshot?
I still upload 1.5+MiB/s as long as their is a active download connection going if it amounts to anything.
Does it really matter?
What did ATI mean by this?
You realize the RX 480 is the flagship, ergo the least power efficient of all the Polaris GPUs, right? Not saying I expect any better from the RX 460 and 470; they're probably talking about the mobile Polaris 11 chips here. Captain Loo just threw it in the RX 480 reveal as a way to generate hype.
Which one does /g/ prefer?
Should I get a second hand Asus GTX 780 DirectCUII OC for 150 and go SLI or wait a year or 2 and buy a new videocard? I maybe cant sell the old one then
Does /g/ have experience with these upgradable closed-loop coolers? I came across it looking for a liquid CPU cooler, i found it pretty interesting since it's a closed loop BUT it's upgradable if you ever want to take your GPU into the loop too.
Any thoughts? It's pretty new but I see it on more and more sites.
The cheap ass ones usually are terrible, but some of them are pretty good. I have Swifttech H240X and I like it a lot. However, Swiftech's RMA process takes forever and their Customer service is garbage. I had to RMA it initially because it was leaking from the pump.
hmmm many stories about leakings
kinda makes me wanna stick to air cooling or real closed loop coolings like corsair or nzxt or coolermaster or something
im pretty inexperienced with this shit too so maybe its not best for me to get these expendable closed loops
Apple has been using machine learning in their products for a long time: Siri answers our questions and entertains us, iPhoto recognizes faces in our photos, Mail app detects spam messages. As app developers, we have access to some capabilities exposed by Apple’s APIs such as face detection, and starting with iOS 10, we’ll gain a high-level API for speech recognition and SiriKit.
When will Android join the iFuture?