I got a Nvidia GT 430. If i buy a better video card will this improve my framerate and stuff? It works fine on low but after a while it starts to move in frmes..like...1 frame per 5 seconds. I also have an i3 processor with 3,7 ghz....and 4 gb of ram... my video card has 1 GB so...what should i get in order to improve my pc gaming experience?
How does /g/ feel about Ubuntu becoming the operating system used to run drones and robots?
Why is it restricted to this one design?
Does it have to be so tiny and use a CLC?
Was gonna buy two of them before they were released
CLC seems to be incredible at cooling GPU compared to CPU.
But HBM/4GB is obsolete anyway.
Just wait for HBM2 but Nvidia will probably be the first to release the next generation GPU.
Is there a better search engine than Google?
SHIT, why haven't I found Keepass earlier? If you don't know what it is check it out, you will not regret it
Is there any arch-based disto that doesnt come with all that preinstalled crap?
i just installed xubuntu on my desktop and for soem reason the font rendering is fucked..
what's going on? it doesn't normally do this when i do a clean install
i just dont want to reinstall
yeah, just tried that
haven't restarted yet as i'm downloading an update
i've had it installed on here before with older versions of xubuntu just fine, even uefi (like now) and it was fine.
at first i thought it was uefi but i guess not.
>/g/ says go to RARBG
> found pic related
Can someone tell me the deference between 1.4 GB, 5.6 GB, 17 GB, 23 GB, 40 GB in a screenshot comparison
i don't have any screens, but here's a basic explanation:
40GB: bluray copy, lots of individual files.
23GB: bluray copy but converted to a single movie file with the bullshit removed.
17GB: x264 encoded (not original bluray quality - it's compressed further). different 3D formats. google h-sbs and h-ou.
5.6GB: x264 encoded without 3D. this is probably what you'll want to download.
1.4GB: more compression, looks worse.
Can you seamlessly install any GNU/Linux distribution on a Macbook Pro as your primary operating system, replacing OS X?
Why wouldn't you want to do this?
Because it's a garbage computer. As soon as Skylake came out, the competition skyrocketed past the rMBP in battery life, performance, display quality and weight. The rMBP now feels like a 5 year old computer.
intel and amd on suicide watch
>le tablet meme
kill yourself underage pleb
hey linuxfags, how can i open a large (500MB-1.7GB) .png image on linux? gimp crashes, gnome image viewer crashes. photoshop opens the images just fine in winblows. this is on an x64 ubuntu box with 12GB of memory.
This was nothing but a waste of time for everybody, wasn't it?
Hey /g/, how do we make people forget that this stuff ever existed?
I see a bunch of companies pledge to go paperless. But they still have printers and binders filled with physical copies of utter bullshit.
I think it won't happen till we get a nigh indestructible tablets or something that instantaneously translates your thoughts into words and uploads it to a server.
>I think it won't happen till we get a nigh indestructible tablets or something that instantaneously translates your thoughts into words and uploads it to a server.
You mean like a keyboard?
The reason we don't have this is that paper's easier to, well, simpler to organize than digital files.
You have a big box labeled "2015", and in it goes everything from that year, with small dividers for each category.
When you have 20 staff with 20 different computers it's hard to keep track for historical purposes.
Installing a system that forced proper procedure would fix that, but most people would bitch.
So why're you still using a kernel whose main developer says he doesn't give a shit about security, /g/?
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Other business laptops are also welcome in /tpg/ (e.g. Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).
Don't buy anything OTHER THAN T, X AND W SERIES if you want the Real ThinkPad Experience™
If you're looking for purchase advice, READ THE BUYERS GUIDE FIRST. Then post, stating budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
> X220 for Small/Portable
> T420 for standard size
P50/70 release is imminent.
Why ThinkPad? (also applies to other business laptops)
>They’re really cheap when you buy a used one.
>Keyboards feel excellent while typing (yes, even the newer ones).
>Great durability thanks to the inclusion of rollcages and use of glass fiber reinforced plastic for the chassis. The keyboard is splash proof and spilled liquids will drain out.
>Utilitarian design - e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models.
>Docking solutions that easily turns your laptop into a desktop.
>Easy to repair, upgrade and maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for almost every model. Spare parts are easy and cheap to obtain.
>The best trackpoint (that red thing on the middle of the keyboard). Great for those who type a lot or hate swiping their fingers all over a touchpad.
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support.
Used ThinkPad Buyers Guide:
EPP discount for new ThinkPads (USA only, usually 15%+ off):
ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads and running GNU/Linux on them:
ThinkPad service guides w/ tutorial videos:
Bumping ded thread.
Germanfag here, currently with an x200s WXGA+.
I can buy a T420s with 80gb mSata-SSD, 4GB Ram, new fan and the Full-HD display + adapter (not installed) in very good condition (except for the battery) for 450€, should I do it?
Where can I get the T420s-adapter at the moment? I missed the groupbuy in the german thinkpadforum and it seems I cant get the adapter otherwise :/
Hello friendos, I've been recently getting into the idea of getting an x tablet series, but I'm currently a bit confused.
People are cheering on for the x230T for the valuable specs and battery time, and the x201T for the old keyboard, the great aspect ratio and so on, but I've gotten nothing but regret from people who had invested in the x220T, what's exactly wrong with it compared to the two?