>He cares about freedom
>He posts in a closed-source imageboard
Why does it seem to be that everyone is using this fan? What's so special about it?
Whats a good AntiVirus /g/?
Best 1080p 144hz gpu atm?
Look at this shit.
>About the project:
The project is about generating green energy with the force of magnets.
>e=mc2 or matter is energy
If you know this fact you can imagine how magnets are working.
>Risks and challenges
the risk is that the machine isn't working but the money will be spend in the project at least in peace.
Yeeeaaaaah sure.... this is going to end well.
im gonna be away all summer so i need something portable and efficient to learn to program/light gaming is this good
Hello /g/, how do you usually protect a CPU when you have to ship it? I want to sell some of them, but I am afraid of damaging them during the shipping process.
Also, where can I find some of pic related?
>he is not writing his own encryption software
>he is using other people's operating systems
>he rolls his own encryption
What job does /g/ do?
>Do you enjoy it?
Looking to do a computer science degree but not sure what avenue to take after
A+, 3 year IT exp
Help desk for IP security cam company, server builds, light on-site installation
>do you enjoy it?
Sometimes. It can get really slow so I've been learning to program on the side. Getting good with Python, not sure what to try next. Also studying for Net+ and CCENT
Pic related, we only use i7's with shitty Chinese software that only utilizes one core. Because...
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For some reason it takes a million years to transfer sound files for a VN from my PC to my phone
everything else transfers fast and fine, but when I try transferring the sound folder it takes so long that the transfer just fails (with 9 hours remaining)
what the fuck can I do to enjoy my nipcartoongames on my phone...
Because MTP transfers have massive long delays between files, so if you have hundreds of small files it takes forever.
Get a File Manager with an FTP server (like ES or Solid) and use FTP to transfer them over.
>hey anon your computer parts got here and I tried installing your mobo for you~~~
this reminds me, risers without washers, good or bad?
related to the OP post though, i once had ram show up while i was in college and a friend who was there are the time while i was away decided to open up the box, and try to install the ram in his rig, which was using 240 pin and not 204 pin, and the dumbass destroyed the slots trying to get it to fit
ram still worked though
What's an email service, free or nonfree, that respects your privacy?
Anyone have Mackie CR3 or CR4s? Are they a good upgrade from typical 2.1 PC speakers for everyday use, movies, and gaming?
I'm torn between these or the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 or Logitech Z623s
I'm no audiophile but I would like to try out something a cut above standard 2.1 or 2.0 PC speakers. Something $150 or less is the desired price range.
I've also seen people recommend Dayton/Micca bookshelf speakers paired up with a cheap amp (Lepai)
I can always buy a powered sub later if I want more bass.
I've been really close to pulling the trigger on the Klipsch ProMedias but I'm curious of the "super clear and crisp" sound of bookshelf/monitor speakers.
Just over my price range and it seems that's just for one speaker a pop. RIP my budget. Maybe someday
It seems there's a gap. Where if you don't have 300+ to spend it really doesn't matter what you get since the quality will be relatively poor anyway.
is it possible to keep kindle books on a sdcard in an android phone, assuming you're not just moving kindle to the sdcard (which isn't even possible now on android 6+)? i have a lot of books but it doesn't make sense to me that they have to be stored on the cellphone's storage. yet i see no option to keep the books on the sdcard
for some reason google only brings up cancerous results too, with either linking to the amazon android products or people with no idea how to operate a computer talking about their reading habits
My choice right now is the Oneplus 3, but would like to look to other options.