>I could have been the one to make Pokemon GO
>I could have been millionaire
if only this idea would came to me before
It literally still isn't too late.
You literally could make an AR version of Monster Rancher (obviously not use the same monster but same idea) and it'd probably fucking explode in popularity.
I was reviewing the station service and it seems cheap to do.
Do you think this could be a good stuff?
/g/ my mom bought me this for college. What will it be able to run? Can I run Dark Souls 3 on it?
The server is running Ubuntu 32 bit, i know the location of it and i can walk pass it everyday however its locked in a room. How would i go about getting into it. I have quite a good knowledge of hacking but i cant think on how to do this. SSH is open however they obviously have set up a server key... Is there anyway i could pluck the server out of the sky and take it as i can not go head on with it. Thanks
I have £8 to spend on Google play /g/, any recommendations?
hey /g/ im trying to configure 3 drives into raid 0 with gentoo, but havent found out how to. Ive been looking around inside the bios and cant find a way to raid within it. Where should i go from here?
>not having an already flying pc
Whatever happened to phone design? Shit used to be an art form in and of itself.
is it just impossible to make touchscreen phones vary drastically in appearance when they all have to have a big flat screen on one side?
Do you think qunique phone design will ever grace the mobile phone market again?
The Edge phones and the blackberry priv are the only phones I can think of that have deviated from "big flat rectangle", and even then it they were hardly a deviation at all. There's not really anywhere left to go from there, except maybe transparent screens, which is still not really much of a change
Most of /g/ is too young to remember what a MemePhone really was.
i can buy this for 450 to replace my old dell potato.
MiniTower Case w/ fans
Intel Core i5-6400 w/ Fan from Intel
Corsair 8 GB [4 GB x2] DDR4-2133
AMD Radeon R7 250 - 2GB
MSI H110I Pro Wifi + Bluetooth, 2x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0
350 Watt 80+ psu
Athlon 64 X5000+
2GB DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz
128MB Nvidia 8300GS
is the replacement the "best" thing i can get for that price (prebuilt)?
pretty much going to be an Internet Machine, light gaming, with the...
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I checked the catalogue and didnt see a thread so what does g consider to be the best computer throne? I remember the Ikea Markus being mentioned. That looks nice but I'm 6'2''/340lbs so I'm looking more towards something a little heavier duty. Speaking from pure comfort I had given thought to the high end Pearl drum throne as I've used it for drumming and it was SUPER comfortable but I know it wont give me the support a proper chair would.
Meet The Tech Wizard Behind Baahubali’s Incredible VFX, Mr. Raja Koduri!
We all have one question on our minds: “How did they pull it off?”
Making a visual spectacle like Baahubali is no mean feat. And here we are gonna talk about one of the key members behind its stunning visuals: Mr. Raja Koduri!
Who is he?
He’s the Chief Architect of the AMD Radeon Technologies Group, the semiconductor company which manufactures the processors on your computer.
Oh, awesome! So how is he connected to Baahubali?
He is part of the VFX Company that provided the scintillating visual effects for Rajamouli’s opus. Makuta VFX(Naam toh suna hi hoga!) boasts of this amazing man as its Chief Technical Advisor.
Chief Technical Advisor…seems a little hazy. Can you elaborate?
Okay, we’ve already mentioned that he’s the Chief Architect of one of the biggest semiconductor-manufacturing companies. He’s using that technology to make movies better. He, along with Pete Draper, are working on something called LiquidVR.
LiquidVR is an AMD initiative dedicated to making VR(Virtual Reality) as comfortable and realistic as possible by creating and maintaining what’s known as “presence” — a state of immersive awareness where situations, objects, or characters within the virtual world seem “real.”
Cool? Okay, for more clarity… we’ll let the video do the talking now.
We’re proud that tech geniuses like Mr. Koduri are spearheading a revolution of sorts in movie-making, to make the experience much more entertaining and immersing for all of us! Kudos!!
Are there are any fucking white people left in that sinking shit-ship?
You're the retard if you think I typed that out faggot.
>average /g/entooman obsesses over bezels
>mfw this is my main machinr
What keyboard & mouse does /g/ have? Any recommended (wireless?) keyboard/mouse?
I'm looking at getting a server at home.
Is it worth buying old servers, or building a shitty one, or what?
I'm looking to spend about $300 on the server itself minus the hard drives.
Are there any around that pricerange that accept 3.5" SAS drives? Or am I stuck with 2.5" SAS
Old servers get you a lot of performance for cheap, but if you have it running 24/7, you will pay so much for power that it will be worth it buying a new server.
For servers, I find that white-boxing is not really worth it. Just get a TS140 or something.
In my experience an x3650 will idle at around 60watts which is pretty good.
The biggest problem with the X series - which is by far cheaper than the tower series for IBM servers is that all of the cheap ones are limited to 2.5" HDDs.
I'm not sure if there's a controller limitation on HDD size. 2TB+ 2.5 SAS drives exist and if you're lucky you can get them for $150
Has anyone ever used a remote phone monitoring app? If so what's the best?
Just wanna say I'm a professional cyberpunk hacker and I have years of experience with corporate-level hacking, the most complex yet easiest to use program is the Gentoo distribution of the GNU operating system with the Linux kernel added on top of it.
Thanks but I'm an idiot... Like fucking stupid lol. But I have heard of Gentoo. I'm wanting one of those cheesy, free 14 day trial of spy on your partner things.