So is the RX 480 really going to be the ultimate mid-range card? I've heard different comments about its performance, but a month from now you'll be able to get a GTX 970/980 for the same price as it, and months from that it will face competition from the GTX 1060. Is it really going to hold up?
>Bought a VR box headset a few days ago
>Came with little bluetooth controller
>Like a wii nunchuk, only much shittier
Are there any better little bluetooth controllers for android phones out there? I've been looking around, and they all seem to have similarly crap quality
The modern PhoneJoy looks ridiculous, but the old school one was pretty nice
I'm trying to find something in that little keyfob size range, just with better quality.
start to to learn python //codeacademy
don't undersand shit
Does anyone know how to send a fake snap?
So I found a T-Mobile phone someone dropped, no one was nearby so I picked it up. How do I give it back to it's owner? Can't find any contracts etc its completely locked.
If I just drop it off at a local T-Mobile store, does it matter if it's a corporate store or a authorized dealer? I instinctively don't trust the authorized dealer as those are usually run by scumbags as phone repair/resale places.
What an amazing launch!
Thank you Nvidia
how do I properly hack my Epson Stylus Pro 4000, so I can clean it by printing a cartridge filled with solution? Right now it doesn't let me because a single cartridge is low. I imagine there are a few other perks to jailbreaking it as well.
Does it pay off to fix it and work with it, or are newer models more efficient in general?
nice thanks for the tip!
got any more knowledge to drop on me? It's my first own printer, which I'm about to send to a company in LatAm and I want it to be in top condition for some years to come.
For stupid questions
It looks to me like these wires should be going to a serial port, instead they're USB. Is it possible to connect this device to a serial port?
I fucked up, dont laugh
my 14.04 ubuntu was messed up, reinstalled it, but accidentally encrypted or something... long story short my hard disk got formatted and i didnt know, so i upgraded to 16.04 but that was making me go into grub rescue mode so i booted 14.04 from cd and cleared my whole disk again from gparted. Then i took out an old windows 7 cd from 2009 and installed windows 7
anyway, should i upgrade to windows 10 or keep windows 7? i mainly use my computer for gaming. I dont play new games so w7 should run anything i wanna play.
Or should i try...
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Why are old shows such a large file size?
They're a lower resolution, is it a codec thing?
I'm downloading 20 episodes of a show and it's 50gb.
So what were some of the dumbest strategies and products conceived in the history of tech companies?
Does anyone think it would be easy do-able to reposition the SSD brackets from the Corsair Obsidian 450D to these places so you can show off the front of the SSD's through the window? And if so how?
I can't find anything about it on google
I thought maybe if you can remove the brackets I can simply mount them with double-sided tape to the back panel of the PC. But then you pull them off whenever you open your PC which kinda sucks. Maybe I can just unscrew them and screw them to the side like pic related?
Anyone with a 450D that can help me?
>replace arch with gentoo
how long will it take to a have a fully fledged DE and Chrome running?
Probably 3 hours at the very least depending on the DE you go with.
GNOME/GTK based will be much quicker to built than KDE/QT but depending on your flags you may end up building a GTK DE env and still building monster that is QT making the time much more.
8 hours max.
Should have stayed with Arch unless you have extreme mental disorder requiring Gentoo, the time building it all once will never be gotten back in your lifetime assuming you never rebuilt/updated anything ever again so all you do is piss away time and money (in power usage).
Somebody is willing to sell me their MSI 980ti gaming 6G for 350 euro.
The card is half a year old, it comes with the receipt and still 1,5 years of warranty on it.
It will be replacing my 780ti which is falling short at 1440p
Now I'm not sure if I should go for this deal or wait for 1070 prices to settle down and get a decent aftermarket one for 450 euro.
Pro's of the 980ti:
- I can get it now
- Oc'd it will probably be 5-10% faster than an oc'd 1070
Pro's of the 1070:
- Brand new card versus a used...
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I just looked up the prices on the 1070 and it's 520 euro.
I guess that settles it, the 980ti oc'd seems to edge out the 1070 and with this much of a price gap I don't really care about power draw, even it if costs an additional 20 euro a year
Convince me to read this book, /g/
If you need to be convinced to read that book, don't read it. There. I said it. If you really want to read it and become a better programmer, download it and give it a go, don't come to 4chan to get a shitposted thread.
I'd recommend "Learn Java and Android in 24 hours" over it, which is far more down to earth and covers actual applications in the expert domains acknowledged by highly acclaimed componies such as Goggels and Fleecebook.
But I already know Java, and a little bit about Android.
I know how OOP works, but I'm not in the right mindset to properly structure my programs. I'm still thinking in the imperative way.
Is SICP for me?
I cant use my spacebar as its broken Is there away to set the "V" key to work as a spacebar please tell me how I can do this!
ps. Im CTRL+Ving spaces