Asus ZenFone 2
Bought last year this time
Sum cards both suddenly stopped working, never dropped or exposed to heat
Ask Asus for repairs, no available in my country....
Ask 3rd party repairs.. $130 for repairs... meh paid like $250 for it
Everything else works fine
What is the equivalent of ZenFone 2 for 2016?
I don't want Asus anymore since they have bad customer service.. I looked online and most people had the same issue with sin card & Asus ignored the problem
So proud of him. And to think, he didn't even have to stay in school.
What kind of chair do you use at your desk? My chair is a shitty fake leather piece of trash that started flaking after a year. Doesn't look like there's any decent ones on amazon either.
stressless consul m
got a height ring which I moddified with wheals on.
chair itself is fucking comfy especially with the leg rest thingy under the table.
Bump, I am also in the market for a nice chair. Are gaming chairs worth it?
WHERE WERE YOU WHEN ANDROID WON???
Using my comfy Note 5 I switched to weeks before that shitstorm. Fuck iShit, Apple is officially dead. Anyone wanna buy a 16GB black iPhone 6? Perfect condition with a lightly used white lifeproof case :^)
Subject states it. I'm currently running a pointless CrossFire setup with an HIS HD 7870, and an XFX 7870 because my friend had one (a 7870 that is) laying around so I wanted to see what this CrossFire shit was all about, and it seems pretty meh. From doing a bit of research, it seems as if CrossFire only really helps if the game/whatever you're doing is correctly optimized for it? I've actually had to disable it for a few different games (or switch to borderless fullscreen) because I get a strobelight lightning effect in-game. Anyways- so I'm looking...
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what if your government were to launch a propietary app that you could use as a regular id. Valid for the authorities.
Would you use it?
Would the normies and niggers fall for it?
Like something to pull out as a driver license, passport and personal id? Seems possible m8, but not gonna happen soon and if it happens lots of technologiCal illiterate people is going to be out
Projects you're currently working on, projects you've finished that you'd like to share. Postem
>chinks already invented a PC monitor made of e-ink
IT'S OVER ASUS IS FINISHED AHSGEGWBAJVZBAJSBFAAVVVGAIABS
I've always preferred gigabyte. My i7 870 has been overclocked to 4.17ghz for years now and my board hasn't given me any trouble.
My windforce gtx 680 4gb is water damaged and corroded and it's still working fantastic.
I have a Piii board at home that's Gigabyte and it still works.
so what is the most minimalist theme you've ever found for android? preferably for marshmallow. must not be dependent on launcher.
PIC RELATED Hello guys today i wanted to play mgs on my android phone but i didnt wanted to play with the screen its lame so i searched for a solution & i found one but i didnt wanted to wait 2/3 days for playing mgs so i tried something. I took my usb controller i cut out the male usb cable and cut a male otg cable. I assembled the two cables and tried it. It doesent work can somebody help me ? (Ps: im french)
Is this case any good? or just shit tier gayming case?
>check filename for sauce
It's a meme tier gaming case, but you buy what you like and feel good about owning, so don't let others tell you what to spend your money on.
If you like this case and like the looks, then go for it.
Hey, my coworker came into work today with a laptop with no top half.
I asked him what happened and he said he removed it himself so he could replace it.
Can you do this, or is he making it up?
Sorry if that's not enough info. Feel free to ask questions.
absolutely you can but he needs clip ons, kinda like the ones for plastic box lids
It might depend on model, but when you remove the cover plastics, usually you can remove the display assembly after unscrewing screws and disconnecting the cable. On some chassis, it can take a lot of work before you get access to those parts though. The hinges go with it.
Of course, you can't just tear or saw it off like some internet retard.
Hi /g/, my mouse recently died and I am looking for a new one. I was previously using a razer deathadder, and I was pretty happy with how it felt but It didn't take very long for it to have problems with buttons and eventually just stop working all together. I want something for gaming but I don't care about the mlg 20 button bullshit, I want something that's simple and feels nice to use.
So what are some /g/ approved mice?
Right now i'm using a Microsoft Comfort 4500 after my Intellimouse died. I like it a lot and it was pretty cheap too. Good driver software for customization, including on an app-by-app basis. Only thing is that it has a weird scroll wheel that isn't 'clicky' and might not be compatible with some games.
>Recent Intel x86 processors implement a secret, powerful control mechanism that runs on a separate chip that no one is allowed to audit or examine. When these are eventually compromised, they'll expose all affected systems to nearly unkillable, undetectable rootkit attacks.
>The Intel Management Engine (ME) is a subsystem composed of a special 32-bit ARC microprocessor that's physically located inside the chipset. It is an extra general purpose computer running a firmware blob that is sold as a management system for big enterprise deployments.
>When you purchase your system with a mainboard and Intel x86 CPU, you are also buying this hardware add-on: an extra computer that controls the main CPU. This extra computer runs completely out-of-band with the main x86 CPU meaning that it can function totally independently even when your main CPU is in a low power state like S3 (suspend).
>On some chipsets, the firmware running on the ME implements a system called Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT). This is entirely transparent to the operating system, which means that this extra computer can do its job regardless of which operating system is installed and running on the main CPU.
>The purpose of AMT is to provide a way to manage computers remotely (this is similar to an older system called "Intelligent Platform Management Interface" or IPMI, but more powerful). To achieve this task, the ME is capable of accessing any memory region without the main x86 CPU knowing about the existence of these accesses. It also runs a TCP/IP server on your network interface and packets entering and leaving your machine on certain ports bypass any firewall running on your system.
>If attackers can modify the SMM code and trigger the mode, they can get arbitrary execution of code on a CPU.
>On systems newer than the Core2 series, the ME cannot be disabled.
Enjoy your 'freedom' freetards.