What does /g/ think about the LG G3? I found one from an ebay seller for $250 AUD. Seems pretty swell for that cost.
With the new Marshmallow update its comfy as fug
def worth it senpai
Its much more stable and noticeably more smooth, plus it has the new UI and other features from the g4.
You could just update via TWRP, its pretty easy and you can keep your data plus root
For reasons I'd rather not elaborate on, I'm a complete idiot when it comes to technology. The day after Christmas was the first time I had ever been online. I like to think I'm a fast learner, and with all the resources the internet provides I think I can catch up pretty quick.
I have a laptop now; a Compaq Presario Notebook. I'm eager to get started training myself on IT, but before I get started I want to know I am safe from having my naivety exploited. I have resolved not to install Tor, because from what I understand merely installing it is grounds...
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>99% of pc use fans
I'm about to start my own lfs system, any words of advice?
/g/ what do you think of this?
I posted this picture in a thread about windows 10 startbars the other day, how they are bloated and not very useful etc, I saw a lot of people asking about it, which one it is and so on.
I thought I'd be a nice guy and inform you that it's startisback and it's the paid version, it's like a $0.99 or some bullshit.
enjoy, stay fresh /g/
You know what pisses me off? When I buy something and it thinks it knows better than me. Fuck you projector. I didn't buy you because I wanted to save the planet.
When and how did Huawei took off so fast in the phone war?
When did it stop being "a chink phone" and started being serious competence like samsung?
Also, why did htc never make it? It is huawei 2
Used to be the brand of the shittiest 3g modems in my country. But since they got in the phone industry they were the first to adopt new technology (Cortex A72 at 16nm for example) and developing their own ultra perf processors they messed up the market
Batteries are chink made as fuck. Cool having a shitty material, unless you get a 600$ Huawei. In that case I go 4 antoher brand, honestly. So still being a chinese brand that makes "good" designs (it seems from a imitation aliexpress common phone) but pretty fucked with materials.
GPU: ASUS GTX 770 2gb
CPU: Intel i7-4790K @ 4Ghz
MOBO: ASUS Z97-A
PSU: Corsair RM650
I air cool the whole system and i feel this might be a problem especially since its summer now and two of the cores were hitting 100c. I'm planning on replacing the thermal paste in the next few days just in case but i think i might need to switch to liquid cooling. Im also interested in upgrading my graphics card. Budget is around 500-600 NZD so i can only really afford to do one of the two in the immediate future. Thoughts?
I found an extremely easy and free way to get unlimited IP's
If you use college wifi you will likely use eduroam. eduroam is an international roaming service for users in research, higher education and further education.
What I discovered is that eduroam gives you a different IP for each device. All you have to do is spoof your MAC and you get a new IP.
Pretty useful 2bh, thought I should share.
Do mac fags not understand they are getting garbage spray painted gold?
there's more to a computer than just a CPU and GPU, and funnily enough, they cost money. For example, the trackpads are god-tier compared with 95% of the garbage trackpads that exist.
A 2560x1600 high dpi IPS screen is not cheap either.
It slowly adds up when you remember all the other bits.
Apple's margins are the highest in the industry. That's why they're so successful as a business. They have an incredibly small market share, but every machine they sell is more money in their pocket than ASUS gets from selling 10 of theirs. Margin over volume is their modus operandi. It's not exactly a secret.
>A 2560x1600 high dpi IPS screen is not cheap either.
It's way cheaper than you'd think. Wholesale pricing on the displays...
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Should I get this for school? I have an 800 dollar budget, and want to do a little gaming.
Specs- Intel i5-6300HQ 2.3 GHz Quad-Core (6M Cache, Turbo up to 3.2 GHz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 4GB GDDR5
8 GB DDR3L / 256 GB Solid-State Drive
15.6-Inch FHD IPS, Wide-Angle, Anti Glare Screen.
>minimum wage: R$ 880,00
>Samsung Galaxy S6+ Edge: R$ 2869,00
>iPhone 6S Plus 64 GB: R$ 4139,00
>Xperia Z5: R$ 3540,00
>EVGA GTX Titan: R$ 5900,00
>Macbook Pro MJLQ2 Intel Core i7 2.2 GHz 16384 MB 256 GB: R$ 11.099,00
>EVGA Geforce GTX 970: R$ 1900,00
Even boys have big bundas in BR, you have nothing to complain.
Why isn't there a single linux DE that works well with higher DPI displays?
Gnome 3 comes closest and literally it supports is 200% scaling and nothing else.
On OS X I can emulate the look of various resolutions (1920x1080, 2560x1440, 3072x1728, 3840x2160, etc.) and the UI will scale to higher resolution assets so the visual quality is identical, but the content is larger. Windows has scaling in 25% increments that works similarly.
Is the blue yeti a serious piece of hardware?