Would you use a Linux bistro based around the idea of doge?
Can we talk about small rigs?
We can talk about small rigs.
Since I may have to move around a fair bit in the near future, I'm thinking about going for a mini ITX build. Specifically the CM Elite 130.
What do I need to consider? How was your experience?
>Pros and cons etc.
All discussions and advice regarding small builds welcome!
Yeah, I think I'll get a liquid cooler for the CPU just to be safe.
I'm not going to SLI/Crossfire anwyay so a tiny build that fits in a backpack would be awesome.
And I believe even a full sized 1070 or 1080 will fit in there perfectly, so it would be pretty great.
The gpu should have enough room for breathing due to how its mounted right? So thermal throttling shouldn't become a big issue.
Yeah? Which one...
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Did you guys get yours yet? They did say June.
- to network infrastructure architects: why are you still not using IPv6?
- to consumers: why are you still not using IPv6?
- to server operators: why are you still not using IPv6?
Ok /g/, today a new update for Firefox, it's stable will be Firefox 47.
Opinions, comments, concerns? What do you think of the update /g/?
I'm about to make a qemu/kvm windows 10 install before the free upgrade offer expires for a future meme vga pass-through once I get a new cpu. Give me one reason not to use Arch to do this senpai
What's the best color scheme for code?
My most productive years in terms of learning were with Borland C++ on MS-DOS in the early 1990s
The color scheme can still be found in many text editors, usually called "borland".
What do you kids think of the iPad Pro 12.9?
It's because OP is both gay and a manchild
No Photoshop, so it's completely and utterly useless
Can my PC run fallout 4 60fps with no stuttering? On max settings?
Hey /g/, I recently decided to upgrade my old pc, I want to buy a new graphics card, a new processor, a new motherboard, a new power supplier, and maybe a new case if I'll need more space for the hardware.
2.Intel I7 6700 (for editing videos/photos)
3.Asus B150M-K for the 6th generation processor (maybe a better one)
I wanted to ask you if I'm right about my decisions.
BTW, I'm about to bust my ass for those stuff, so in the next few months I'll get the money for it.
/g/ my parents are using an ancient ASUS K50-IN from 2009, and I badly want to get them something for light work with Docs, video calling and tons, and TONS of torrenting for movies.
Acer's Chromebook 14 (2016) looks pretty comfy so far - metal body, ~9-10hrs battery, meh 1.6 quad-core Celeron and 4 GB RAM.
Second-hand options aside, what would /g/ recommend for great battery life and the aforementioned use cases?
Yeah, luckily they know how to do that, and they're the "download, watch, delete" type of people anyway. Would you recommend anything else than this CB14? Also, postage to Europe would be nice.. :D
Looking for a laptop, though. But thanks for the feedback, anon
What widgets do you use except KWGT?
Who is this guy?
What does /g/ think about artificial intelligence and the possibility and potential of "strong AI"?
>Be last September
>uni offers me free copy of windows 10
>eh, whatever, I'll try it
>Fresh install, this computer is new anyway and nothing's on it
>Install chrome, steam
>Works well except for occasional BSODs
>1 week later
>Go to computer
>It's frozen at an update screen at 87%
>Black screen after BIOS
>No recovery or anything, just a black screen
>Windows has killed itself
>Install Xubuntu 15.04
>Not a single problem with my computer since then
I didn't even do weird shit, just normal use cases. I didn't fuck with the registry or anything. I thought this was a stable, consumer-grade OS?
>worlds easiest os to install known to man
>100% gui oriented
>works out of the box in almost all hardwares
And he still manages to fuck it up, people with Extra chromosomes should be banned near computers