Any idea when or if S7 users like myself will be able to root? I know the ones with without the Snapdragon processor can but unfortunately that's the one I have.
>giving up Samsung Pay to fiddle with iconpacks
How many of you actually pay for things with your phone on a regular basis?
Will Windows 11 be the "next 7"?
Took this screencap after I searched for it, was too good to pass up.
How is AMD going to survive the 1060?
Two 480 can't even beat a 1080.
>mrw people of /g/ uses only a single OS and think it's better than using multiple OS for what you need
>you buy i5-2500k+gtx570 or i7-2600k+gtx580 in 2011
>you face today
>my mfw when bought i5 3570k and GTX 770 back in 2013
>mfw i bought a i5 4600 a week before OCing non-k cpus became a thing
Hey /g/, what browsers do you guys use?
>Uses most cancerous browser
I use a brick. It's more effective than that thing
Is this good internet? I always lag playing Xbox but other websites say this is a good speed
What's your process for cleaning up your pc when it runs slow? I've run scans from two different anti viruses (Avira and avast) and tried malware scanning with anti malwarebytes but am still seeing sluggish performance.
Bonus question: what Antivirus are you guys running? avast is starting to get annoying with all its ads for premium service
Why don't you use Fedora /g/?
There's only room for one fedora in my life, and that one sits upon my head.
how good are your anti-anti-anti-adblock filters /g/?
can you pass the test by loading the following video?
>implying there is anyone on /g/ who cannot load the video with adblock on
It loaded fine and I don't even have reek's anti-adblock killer enabled
I just got tricked into clicking on your site, didn't I op
What's the best music visualizer?
With everyone complaining about the GTX 1080 temperature benchmarks being unrealistic because they were done on a test bench it got me thinking, why not just use a test bench for my PC?
All the cool air you want don't have to worry about case airflow
GPU and CPU fans don't have to work as hard so maybe not as loud (see cons)
Easy build on and to change parts
Possibly bad cooling of motherboard heatsinks and ram with no airflow over them
Possibly louder with no case to deaden GPU fan noise
Dust buildup. But much easier...
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If you're going full testbench you can add big fans pointing directly to the mobo and gpu, they can be attatched in any way (since looks are not a concern) and there should actually be no dust problem if you clean it lightly once a week with canned air
itt: tech-related purchases that you've never regretted.
My brother just upgraded to a MSI 980, and needs to get rid of his 750, hes offering to sell it to me for $50. Hes been using it for 5 months, for all of which he had it overclocked. I'm building my /battle-station/ on a $1000 budget. this deal looks like it could significantly reduce the cost of a decent graphics card and let me spring for some better peripherals. A new MSI 750 ti is $120, and a used one can range form $80 to $120. What are your experiences with buying used graphics cards? 750tis? and is this deal worth it on my quest to get a new /battle-station/?
it's 2 gens old and pretty much worthless at this point.
if you don't need to do any GPU intensive tasks you can tell your brother to stop being a jew and just gift it to you.
seriously who the fuck asks for money from their own brother when it's just 50$?
now fuck off.