is a gtx 1080 Worth having a Pentium g4400? I can always upgrade after that
Arch/Gentoo users, why do you use Arch/Gentoo?
It seems like it's more trouble than it's worth
i just started switching from ubuntu to arch and the main reason why I am doing its because arch forces you to learn the insides of linux itself and forces you to debug your OS and its super costumizable...
>Apple was recently granted permission for a patent that would block iPhones from taking pictures or video during a concert.
>The technology being patented is described as a “camera detecting infrared signal.” Concert venues would be able to turn on a specific signal that would interrupt and block iPhone cameras from being able to record any concert footage.
>As a result, iPhone users located...
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Is it really worth it to start to get into the habit of using this piece of shit or should I just stick with google?
Why they did this mess with the cooler? Couldn't they make an itx like one, it would have looked prettier
sup /g/ just got pic related from goodwill (thinkpad T30), what can I do in terms of upgrades?
>price tag's just paper with cellophane tape
Mad jelly. My local Goodwill uses stickers with super glue-like adhesive and the retards love putting them directly on screens of practically anything possible.
>decide to try out this new distro that /g/ has been shilling
>it's fucking garbage
>emacs isn't installed by default
>default web browser is firefox
>default search is yahoo
>probably sends all my info to the NSA
>for some reason it thinks my laptop has two fucking monitors
Why the fuck did I uninstall Arch for this shit?
the fuck are you overclocking?
and i wanted to ask if its fine to keep my i7-920 oc'd to 3.5ghz (stock voltage & stock temps were kept)
>the fuck are you overclocking
Fx6300 at 4.8ghz on air. Based 212 evo does a solid job, still don't break past 54°C under load.
>stock V+T kept
You mean before any oc right? Hard to say if its good to keep that oc unless you post voltages m80
if youre using a easy built in OC its probably just clocking one or MAYBE two cores higher and not a overclock across all cores. Bumping your voltage up a few notches isnt going to do anything negative to your processor. Might as well do it right.
I want to build an 8-bit computer from scratch. Chose the Z80 since it’s simple and there’s a fuckton of info about it.
I’m trying to design a single-step circuit for troubleshooting. I’ve read Steve Ciarcia’s “Build your own Z80” and it had a circuit for it, but he was using an original Z80 running at 2.5MHz, and I’m using a Z80A running at 4MHz.
Ciarcia’s circuit used a 7474 flip-flop and a 74121 monostable multivibrator with a 7400 (I’ll be using a 74LS74 & 74LS00) to de-bounce the step button.
I’d like to know if this circuit would still work? I’m still a bit of a noob in electrical engineering. I looked up the specs on the ICs, and the pulse width of the 74121 can be adjusted by altering the values of the resistors and caps in the circuit.
Am I worrying over nothing; can this circuit still be able to function at the faster clock speed?
What's your longest up time ?
either PC or phone.
Longest up time in PC has been 32 hours.
Pic related it's my up time on Moto G
/gcg/ graphics card general.
Please direct all graphics card related discussions to this thread to avoid spamming up this board.
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Seriously now, is it a meme?
The last one went quite well, a few /v/eenager trolls aside. Let's have another.
Back in the days, the logos were better.
How do we fix this?
They haven't come out with a good product since the Athlon 64 came out. They keep on spewing shit products year after year yet fanboys eat their shit up but in reality they all use Intel+NVIDIA because it is faster and more efficient in the long run.
You can't. The moment intel get their shit together with core, it was over for high end AMD. I still remember the butthurt and disbelief of amdfags when first core benchmarks were released.
What have you bookmarked, /g/?