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THE FIRST THING U GOTTA DO IS POINT UR BROWSER TO GENTOO DOT OOORRRGHHH
Comcast has been charging me $10/month to rent a modem so I decided to buy a ARRIS SURFboard SB6141. While I'm at it, should I upgrade my wireless router? Currently I'm using a Linksys WRT54G2 that I bought in 2008, and it's worked fine for me. Do I need to upgrade or not?
Will an 8x PCIE 3.0 slot bottleneck my 980ti?
Nvidia shills are already bombarding Amazon reviews without even having the card
I water cooled my last 980ti and now I can't go back to air cooling my GPU. please red pill me on why gaming above 65c with slight fan noise isn't so bad.
It's not ok at all. Why do you think the best GPU of the past generation was exclusively available with water cooling?
I seriously hope Nvidia takes note and makes the change with the 1080Ti.
I am so fucking sick of ISPs in America, /g/.
The internet in my hometown (suburban southern California) has been getting progressively worse, and now my package manager barely crawls along at 500 B/s (I'm not forgetting a letter, it's BYTES). Comcast isn't the only offender; AT&T UVerse, our previous ISP, is also very bad, averaging at 500 kB/s.
I want you guys to share your ways of fighting them, if possible, whether this be contacting lawmakers or supporting local ISPs.
For those of you who don't know, ISPs are just about the most...
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>the Radeon RX 480 is said to cause lots of artifacts with a mere 5% overclock. A 7% overclock will cause the system to freeze entirely. This means that a average overclock of 1350 MHz is possible with the Radeon RX 480 while anything near the 1400 MHz will crash the card. It could be due to thermal instability due to the cheaper cooler design which we had discussed here
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Ordered, if it's shit it's going right back.
Is it possible to anonymize a server's location by using a vpn? Or could traffic analysis based on the VPN's traffic be used to locate the server?
If someone wanted to host a server anonymously, what would be the best way to do so? TOR is compromised afaik, so I have ruled that out.
Forgive me if this is a stupid question, I am a programmer and database architect and I dont know shit abt networking and IP.
I think it goes like this;
Your connection to the VPN server would be encrypted.
The VPNs connection to the site is encrypted. There is no way to know it is you using that site through the VPN. but the sites IP would not be hidden from anyone on the other side of the VPN.
Use tor to buy vps with bitcoins. Then install webserver with tor on it.
Yep your server might be compromised due to traffic analysis. But if you will be careful enough it wont compromise you.
>Is it possible to anonymize a server's location by using a vpn?
No. Vpn is a direct encrypted connection between 2 hosts. You could just sniff its traffic and see huge amount of encrypted data being sent to your ip address.
Thanks. Can you expand on how tor could be used to host anonymously with some immunity to traffic analysis? Do I need to have secure nodes? Couldnt a users nodes still be compromised?
Just picked up a XFX RX 480, they are live on Amazon with prime.
Can't wait to beat a 908 ti for $250
post your results
from the other day
The only reason that OSX devices don't get hacked is because the people hacking wouldn't get anything out of hacking it.
It is not because OSX devices are more secure or anything like that.
No incentive for the hackers = no reason to hack it.
Same semi-applies to iDevices, though the lack of hacks on them is due to the lack of access that a hacker would gain. (I can't construct a sentence)
Do you even computer bro?
It's about stealing useful/personal information, which is stored with any OS.
Also, pro-tip: learn to fucking use google.com
So the PS4 and XB1 are both equipped with what is essentially the same 8-core AMD Jaguar APU. According to reports, the APU cost the Sony & MS $110-120 out of consoles retailing for $400-500. It's working out pretty fine for the cost but even from the beginning several games struggled to output 1080p at 60 FPS.
My question is, would have an Intel CPU + Nividia GPU solution yielded a higher-performing or more future-proof solution for a similar or slightly higher cost? What kind of architectures would be used for a console application?
If you ask me, selling the consoles for a slight profit this generation around was a really safe move and they perform reasonably well. But now, three years after the fact, that move has cost everybody; resulting in games struggling to look any better than last generation and talks of "hardware refreshes" to ease gamers into slightly better machines while maintaining the same profit margins.
I really felt that the console makers should have stuck to a reasonable loss-leader strategy; of making a console that performs in the upper mid-range of gaming PCs while maintaining a small loss (a $100 loss on each console, at most). The console makers would lose money on each console but the sales of games and the value of the console's technology would build a customer base that would be profitable in the months and years to come, especially once economies of scale and shrinking chips make the consoles cheaper to make year by year.
can any of you fa/g/s explain to me why is 0-key on the right side, after 9 instead of before 1?
it literally doesn't make any sense
for those of us who use the botnet that is Chrome, what extensions do you use? which would you recommend?
I just built my first computer and everything turned on fine. I then booted windows 10 and everything worked fine and it downloaded. It loaded up and everything looked normal except no network connection. I don't have a wifi usb so the only connection I can get is ethernet but it's not showing up at all. What do i do? (Yes I googled it, no luck sadly)