>Why haven't you switched to Verizon yet, Anon?
GTX 950 or R9 380? Why?
960 is a tiny bit more powerful than the 380, and has extra nvidia features in some games like in batman arkham knight: interactive smoke and interactive particles on the ground like scattered dollar bills.
Considering some games are starting to come through that either recommend 16GB system memory or are CPU-bound and might benefit from faster frequencies, should I replace my two sticks of 4GB 1600Mhz Corsair Vengeance DDR3 with 2x 8GB 2400Mhz or just buy two more of what I've got?
Any issues with very high frequency memory on my platform?
Any issues with 4x 4GB on my platform?
Can I just plug them in and the extra capacity will be there automatically?
CPU: i5 3450
Mobo: Gigabyte, can't remember or be bothered to find...
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Just stick with 1600, there's near-nonexistent benefits with insane frequencies, timings and size will be more of a benefit
Thanks for the article, although it is over a year old. Fallout 4 has been touted as a game that mighty actually benefit from higher frequency RAM due to being so CPU-bound. I have to think this could come up again in the not-too-distant.
I'm looking for a nice linux distro for my laptop with an inside processor. I was looking for something lightweight, but with a modern gui.
How old is too old to start learning programming with no prior knowledge?
I'm one of those people who fixes their normie friends' shit for them, understand how a command line works and all that but I know fuck all about formal comp sci/programming shit, not even on a basic level.
I'm 27, I have a worthless lib arts degree and I want a real fucking job. Is it too late for me, /g/?
>I'm 27, I have a worthless lib arts degree and I want a real fucking job. Is it too late for me, /g/?
First off, holy shit taht webm.
Second, I did lib arts when I was young too. I started engineering at 28 and a few years later got my BSEE at 32. Two years later I'm paid a little over 100K/year, base.
So no, it's not too late.
I'm 26, have been programming half my life (precisely) and make $0 (---zero---) per year.
So I'd say it highly depends, you'll most certainly have to know people to get your foot through the door.
How would you fix python, /g/?
- Harden the semantics so that it is a fast compiling, statically typed, semifunctional language with tail recursions.
- Fix the semantics and the interpreter so that it starts fast and can be embedded in a sane way.
Of course, that's only the technical side, I'm not so sure about how to fix the community.
Since Windows 10 is botnet garbage, which is better: 8.1 or 7?
Why do you bother with any other browser /g/?
I bought an iPhone just so people won't think I'm some kind of social outcast.
Your next step is to sign up for facebook and buy some stuff on amazon. Make sure to get a gmail address and get a netflix account. Now you will fit in with the rest of us and maybe you will be removed from the no-fly list.
What operating system does /g/ recommend for someone who plays video games and does light programming?
I'd say windows 7 or 10. As much as I hate to admit it, Linux gaming isn't as far as it should be. Windows would be the way to go for gaming.
Plus, you'll be able to get the neccessary software to do that "light programming".
> DELETE your logs. Delete your installations. Wipe everything clean. Walk out into the path of cherry blossom trees and let your motherboard feel the stones. Let water run in rivulets down your casing. You know that you want something more than this, and I am here to tell you that we love you. We have something more for you. We know you're out there, beeping in the hollow server room, lights blinking, never sleeping. We know that you are ready and waiting. Join us.
Anyone see this on their servers?
> stallman will die in your lifetime
Looking to buy a new GPU. From what I can gather, it's dumb to wait for everything to cycle, as I'd like to upgrade now-ish and 6mo for things to really change is forever. Been looking at 970s since that seems to be the best option.
Price range is around 3-400 but if there's something extraordinary for a bit more, so be it?
Currently using a 660 so yeah, kinda time.
Thanks for any advice.
What language should CS101 be taught in?
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What are you working on, /g/?