let's say you had 900 tabs open in firefox. mostly of 4chan threads that you kept open in the background, but never got around to reading them
would you go back and read them? or just start fresh with zero tabs, since you never visit those tabs anyways?
Is this a meme distro? Does it offer any advantage at all over a good distro like Arch or Ubuntu?
I think it's more for people who use something like Red Hat at work, and want something they're familiar with at home as well. Never used it personally though, so I could be wrong.
Should I buy this laptop? My budget is $130 and I need something decent just for web browsing, watching videos in 1080p and the fact it has an SSD and 8GB of RAM is kind of convincing...
>getting cucked by Red Hat
>no real development
>removing features all the time
>gtk themes breaks every releases
It seems like they are done. Nothing notable.
I have a pc with dual 8 core xeons that I built for gaming but is idle almost the whole day (and even when gaming cpu is at like 5%)
I'm NOT looking at a vps scenario, just if there's something I can run in the background? (ex slicify before they died)
>I have a pc with dual 8 core xeons that I built for gaming
>dual 8 core xeon
>built for gaming
Are the rumours true anon?
Have AMD cucked Nvidia with the RX 480?
I've been out of the game literally since the release of the glorious 7970.
any new "leaks"
as for op, probably yes, they effectively made anything below a 980ti irrelevant, if not at stock, at mild overclock, and nvidia has no answer, as they will either cannibalize 1070 sales or put a sku out for retards to buy and let it die.
they effectively made anything below a 1070 on nvidias side useless.
once vega hits, amd may make the entirety of the nvidia lineup pointless and they will get by till volta comes where they either have async or they die as a brand.
post sexy vintage hardware
>tfw you work at apple
>tfw one of our owners went to an apple store and told their business department to call us.
Would you ever pay $4,375 for a domain name?
What are the advantages/disadvantages of adding more threads to your cpu?
Would an i3 with 2 cores 8 threads, or an i7 with 3 cores 16 threads, perform better than the current lineup in multithreading?
Why does Intel only use 2 threads per core with hyperthreading?
What about GPUs? They're heavily focused on more cores. Why don't they add more threads through SMT?
Would an i3 6100 dual core with 8 threads multi task almost as well as an i5 6600 quad core?
A thread died for this shit so /sqt/
but I would imagine there would be resource issues on the die
such as cache issues and resource sharing, but I am not assuming to be a EE or some shit
I would also assume if you don't have to make hardware to support possible multi-way
accesses you could make assumptions about how each thread is allowed to use available resources
but again, I am basically just talking out my ass here.
There's a meme going around /g/ that a 480 can beat a 1070.
Amd Fucbois, Please provide proof of an OCed 480 beating a 1070
The card isn't even out yet you retard
Why aren't you using Debian jessie, /g/?
I couldn't find any iso with installer on gentoo's website, it just starts with this thing and says "boot: "
uhh what the fuck, did i get a faulty ISO? why does /g/ praise this piece of trash Linux
Share tips on ricing.
Ricing GNU/Linux is not only made by choosing themes and color but what software goes into your computer. "Display Managers" are the login screens, "Window Managers" are the part drawing the borders, colors, etc, and "File Managers" are what handles how you browse your machine. More info:
>Window Manager Reviews. To decide the main look and feel.
>GNU/Linux Software Big List. For options on many more stuff.
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